December 6, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Feds Deny Flood Aid Owners Bringing Landmark Store Back to Life

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON AT LACEYVILLE HARDWARE

Bradford County has been notified by the PA Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) that the Commonwealth’s request for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Individual Assistance funds, targeted toward offsetting damage expenses sustained by r More...

Rome Man Charged With Selling Methamphetamine

A Rome man accused of selling methamphetamine has been arrested.  Athens Borough police said that at 5:07 a.m. on Dec. More...

Meshoppen Passes Budget, Accepts Resignation

A total budget of about $525,000 was approved by the Meshoppen Borough Council on Monday night. The general account stands at about $292,000. More...

Dimock

Josh Wood and wife Chelsea are the happy parents of Addison Grayce Wood, born on Nov. 26. Joan Wood, formerly of Dimock, is the proud great-grandmother. Josh is the son of the late Mark Wood and of Louise Hicks. More...

Susquehanna County Gains New Center

Dennis Phelps, Executive Director of Trehab in Susquehanna County, announced that on Nov. 19 the Trehab Community Action Agency conducted a ribbon cutting on the new Community Resource Center at 14 Public Avenue in the borough of Montrose. More...

Hall Seeks Re-election

Alan Hall has announced he is seeking your support for his re-election for the Republican Nomination for Susquehanna County Commissioner. He is a lifelong resident of Susquehanna County, residing in Hallstead. More...

Eastabrook Seeks Re-election

Michelle Estabrook, Susquehanna County’s Recorder of Deeds, Register of Wills and Clerk of the Orphans’ Court, announces her bid for re-election.  More...

Employee Caught Stealing

Jonathon J. Robbins, 24, of Milan is accused of stealing $2,103.93 from AutoZone Auto Parts while working at the business’ Athens Township store, police said. The thefts occurred from Oct. 17 to Nov. More...

Hepatitis A Cases on Rise

Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine alerted Pennsylvanians of a significant increase in the number of Hepatitis A cases being reported across the state, as other outbreaks are occurring across the country.  More...

Beaver Meadows

Happy Birthday to Morris Fassett who turned 90 on Wednesday, Dec. 5th. This milestone certainly didn’t go unnoticed and a surprise birthday party was held in his honor on Saturday at the Beaver Meadows Church. More...

No Tax Increase in Proposed $618K Township Budget

At their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 4, the Wyalusing Township Supervisors heard a presentation on the township’s proposed $618,400 budget for 2019 and discussed the transfer of the Camptown Elementary School property to the township. More...

Wyalusing Man Killed Wednesday in Accident

Details were few at press time yesterday afternoon, and there has been no official report from state police or other officials regarding the tragic death of a Wyalusing Township resident Wednesday morning. More...

Council Diverts Funds from Police Force

In a move that was hinted at last month, Laceyville Borough Council announced on Tuesday evening that the 2019 budget did not leave room for a police force. Kevin Costello was hired as an officer in 2016 and promoted to chief in 2017. More...

Forkston

Pat Vermeulen spent Thanksgiving with her daughter, Ronda Macedonio, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in Texas. While Pat had a good time, Ron complained the entire time she was away. More...

Nimble

Even though the first day of buck was rainy, the Henning family kept in the hunting spirit and several days later, Stephen Henning and son, Daniel were both fortunate enough to get eight-pointers. More...

Area Roadwork Scheduled

Roadwork Projects  Bradford County   More...

Charges Dropped

The Wyoming County District Attorney’s (DA) Office recently withdrew all charges against a Kingston woman. Doreen Barkley, 53, was charged by the PA State Police with Endangering the Welfare of Children, a third-degree felony.  More...

Commissioners Meeting Becomes Heated

A short agenda typically means an uneventful meeting for the Susquehanna County Board of Commissioners, but the Nov. 28 meeting did not play out that way. More...

Miller Seeks Re-election

Susquehanna County Treasurer Jason D. Miller formally announced his candidacy for re-election.  During his first term, Miller worked diligently for the citizens of Susquehanna County. More...

Man Charged With Check Forging

A Hop Bottom man is accused of forging 23 checks, for a total of $2,745.79, at Dandy Mini Marts and others stores in Bradford and Susquehanna counties and the Southern Tier of New York, police said.  Charles Alvin Miller, 23, is accused of steal More...

Wyoming County to Receive Disaster Aid

A much anticipated disaster declaration by the President of the United States was finally announced last week, and municipalities in Wyoming County will begin receiving funds to cover costs attributed to flash flooding in early to mid August.  More...

AG DePasquale Releases Audits of Volunteer Firefighters’ Relief Associations in 13 Counties

Auditor General (AG) Eugene DePasquale announced the release of audit reports for volunteer firefighters’ relief associations (VFRA) in 13 counties, including Bradford.  More...

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