November 16, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

People Helping People Comes to WVHS Nov. 18

The People Helping People program sponsored by the Wyalusing Lions and Lioness Clubs will be held this Saturday, Nov. 18 in the Wyalusing Valley High School cafeteria beginning at 9 a.m.  More...

Canal Street Bridge Reopens in Meshoppen

The Canal Street bridge, which spans Little Meshoppen Creek in Meshoppen Borough, reopened to traffic Monday.  The bridge was replaced as part of PennDOT’s Rapid Bridge Replacement Project.  The new crossing is longer and wider than t More...

Veterans’ Breakfast Held at Triton Hose Co.

Every military service member recalls the dreaded sound of early morning Reveille to start the grueling routine of physical training, but on Veterans’ Day in the civilian world, these praiseworthy souls should only be subjected to wake up early More...

Wyalusing’s Christmas Tree Lighting Set for Nov. 24

Wyalusing’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held on Friday, Nov. More...

Regional Arts Council to Host Gingerbread Workshop

The Bradford County Regional Arts Council (BCRAC) has organized a Gingerbread Build Workshop to take place at Tuscarora Wayne Community Room in the Wyalusing Community Corp. building located on 20 Main Street in Wyalusing on Saturday, Nov. More...

American Legion Post 534 Hosts Veterans’ Day Dinner

Mike Stelacio, Alternative National Executive Committeeman for the Pennsylvania American Legion, said it is a proud few who volunteer to serve their country, and it should be more than just Veterans’ Day when we stop and take time to honor them More...

Wyalusing’s Troop 8 Holds Court of Honor

On Monday evening, Nov. 13, Boy Scouts from Wyalusing’s Troop 8 and their families joined members of the Wyalusing Rainbow Club for dinner in the Tuscarora Wayne Community Room. More...

NEB to Host Variety Show

On Sunday, Dec. 3 at 3 p.m. More...

Jenningsville

This election day will not be forgotten as we remember the snow flurries that were coming down in the early afternoon. Much cooler tempatures for a time caused that to happen. More...

LeRoy Heritage Museum Releases New Website

The LeRoy Heritage Museum is pleased to release a completely redesigned website with the addition of many new features, additional social media presence, and a new online store. More...

Wolf Administration Recognizes Sullivan County PennDOT for Safety Milestone

Governor Tom Wolf recently recognized PennDOTs Sullivan County Maintenance Organization for reaching a significant safety milestone.  As of mid-October, the county has gone more than seven years without a disabling injury. More...

Dimock

Nancy Landis celebrated an important birthday last week with dinner at a restaurant in Bird-in-Hand. Much to her very great surprise her entire family suddenly burst in. They had traveled from all over the country. More...

Nimble

This past Sunday afternoon, Phil and Ginger Howell, and Donna Kasson enjoyed the Le- Raysville Minstrel, “Hillbillies on Ice!” at the Community Hall. The Sunday before, Bob and Alfrieda Lott with other family members also attended.  More...

Toys Collected for CYS

Employees at UTC Railcar Repair Services, LLC in Sayre recently held a toy drive. More...

AG Leads Opioid Crisis Roundtable Discussion

In an ongoing effort to battle the epidemic that claims 13 people per day in Pennsylvania alone and over 58,000 across the United States annually, public officials and community leaders came together on Friday, Nov. More...

Focus Groups Discuss County Comprehensive Plan Update

EMPHASIZED NEED FOR IMPROVED TELECOMMUNICATIONS, BETTER HOUSING

Following a three-day workshop geared toward updating Bradford County’s comprehensive plan, which consisted of nine focus groups discussing an array of topics from agriculture to economic development, it was clear that enhanced telecommunicatio More...

Recycling Contracts Renewed, Opioid Awareness Events Held in Wyoming County

A stack of annual contracts was renewed for the Wyoming County Recycling Program as program director Mike Rogers also discussed plans for new signage to reduce illegal dumping. More...

Susquehanna County Commissioners Adjust Personnel, Talk Tax Referendum

The Susquehanna County board of commissioners opened their November meeting with brief recess to open a Salary Board meeting, with additional members Jason Miller, Prothonotary Chris Jones, and court administrator Cathy Hawley on behalf of President More...

Forkston

The Forkston Grange appreciates all those who attended the Soup ‘n’ Sandwich at the hall on Saturday. I know I had a good lunch and really enjoyed talking with the folks who gathered. More...

Poost, Myers to Perform at ‘A Little Night Music’ Nov. 18

On Saturday, Nov. More...

PA Revenue Department Releases Collections

PA collected $2.2 billion in General Fund revenue in October, says Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell.  Fiscal year-to-date General Fund collections total $9.1 billion.  Sales tax receipts totaled $881.5 million for October. More...

‘Budd Bill’ Approved by State Senate

Legislation to require the installation of protective fencing over Interstate highways was unanimously approved on Tuesday, Oct. 3 by the state Senate, according to Senator Gene Yaw, sponsor of the measure.  More...

Sharing the Harvest

Wyalusing Valley High School sophomore Matthew Brown poses with the doe he downed at his family’s Sterling Hill farm and then donated the carcass to the Hunters Sharing the Harvest program thro More...

Beaver Meadows

Great-grandparents Clyde and Marie Trible getting to meet their new great-grandson, Rowan Trible on Tuesday last week when his parents, Randy and Rachel, brought him over for an afternoon visit.  More...

Peoples LTD Announces Third And Fourth Quarter Results

Anthony J. Gabello, President and Chief Executive Officer of Peoples LTD (OTC:PPLL), holding company for PS Bank, has released third quarter results.  More...

Boback Hosts Opioid Dangers Forum

Recently, Rep. Karen Boback hosted a drug forum, “Opioid Dangers 101,” at Tunkhannock High School. More...

Horton Awarded Elmira College Key

Cali Horton of Athens is among the new students recognized with the 82nd awarding of the Elmira College Key. The Key Award recognizes students for high scholastic achievement, leadership, citizenship, and participation in extracurricular activities. More...

Safe Transitions, a No Contact Custody Exchange, Available to Families

Safe transitions for families is a free, no contact custody exchange program, operating out of the Finding New Hope facility, located next to the Canton High School.  Their hours of operation are Wednesday and Friday evenings, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. More...

Contestants Sought for both ‘Miss’ and ‘Teen’ PA Pageants

Contestants applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Miss Central Pennsylvania Scholarship and Miss Central Pennsylvania’s Outstanding Teen Pageants.  The pageants will be held together on Saturday, Jan. More...

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