HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is seeking motorists’ input on traffic safety and driving behaviors through its annual online Highway Safety Survey found at www.PennDOT.gov/Safety.

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Damage assessments from the July 12 flooding have been submitted to Pennsylvania and the Bradford County Department of Public Safety remains hopeful for possible state aid.

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SAYRE – It’s been about eight months since Athens resident Jason Gowin launched his “Dadpocalypse: My Clueless Journey Into Fatherhood” podcast, which morphed into “The Parent’s Lounge” a few months later with Los Angeles-based actor and comedian Jamie Kaler. Now the show is branching out in…

Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth boundaries encompass at least 85,568 miles of streams and 242 major publicly accessible lakes comprising 125,119 surface water acres. Section 303 of the Federal Clean Water Act requires that states, territories, and authorized tribes, collectively referred to in t…

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It has been nearly 10 months since the Valley lost one of its most well-known and beloved leaders — but Leo Bentley’s legacy will certainly live on forever in South Waverly.

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TROY TOWNSHIP — Organizers of the 145th Annual Troy Fair Draft Horse Show were happy about a positive turnout and return to festivities since 2019.

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TROY TOWNSHIP — The week of the Troy Fair displayed the return of 4-H and their animals shows as organizers, participants and spectators were happy that a core part of the fair was continuing.

Nicholas T. Williams was selected as the 2O21 recipient of the Brian R. Shaner Memorial Scholarship. He is the 35th recipient of the scholarship, which is provided annually to a senior at Troy High School in memory of Brian Shaner. The scholarship was presented at the Troy High School awards…

Tom Knight and his puppets welcomed families to Howard Elmer Park in Sayre Tuesday as part of the William S. Pierce Memorial Sayre Summer Concert Series. He is pictured while performing “Alligator Jump.”

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WYSOX TOWNSHIP – Wysox Township Volunteer Fire Company and the three Penelec workers who helped save a woman’s life during a June 25 fire in Asylum Township were recently recognized for their efforts.

As national debate rages about the teaching of critical race theory in public schools, the Pennsylvania Department of Education says schools won’t incorporate the subject into classrooms any time soon, though the department is encouraging “diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts” at all districts.

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TROY TOWNSHIP — The Troy Fair celebrated Monday as STEM Day where participants could go to the Lower Meadow tent and participate in science-related activities.

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TROY TOWNSHIP — Senior Day at the 145th Troy Fair drew in huge crowds on the second day of events and attractions on Tuesday.

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TROY TOWNSHIP — Towanda native Torrah Dughi was crowned the 2021 Troy Fair Queen at the 145th Troy Fair Queen Pageant in an opening ceremony for the Troy Fair on Sunday, which included a ribbon cutting.

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Road work continues next week on Route 199 in Athens and Sayre for drainage improvements, sidewalks and curb improvements, traffic signal upgrades, ADA curb ramp installations, and other construction according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

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ATHENS BOROUGH — There are some who have served their country proudly but now may need some help back home — and the Athens American Legion, Sayre Sportsmen’s Club and the Northern Tier Veterans Group are here to help.

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WAVERLY – Waverly Police Chief Dan Gelatt said his department’s relationship with the community has always been the most important part of their approach to policing.

A $2,234,500 million state investment was allocated to the Towanda Borough Municipal Authority for the Monroe Borough Water Line Replacement Project, state Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23) and state Rep. Tina Pickett (R-110) announced Friday.