TOWANDA - A fire on Monday destroyed the home of Gary Strope at 310 Pine St., Towanda, the Towanda fire chief said.
Strope, 66, said his wife, Kelly, and their 21-year-old son, Cody, also lived in the two-story house.
No one was at home when the fire br
GRANVILLE TWP. -- A fire Monday on afternoon caused heavy damage - including smoke and heat - to a mobile home on Ferguson Circle in Granville Township.
Alan Painter, an assistant chief with the Troy Volunteer Fire Department, said the rear end of the mo
Don't put your shovels away just yet: another layer of snow is expected to blanket the area again today.
The National Weather Service in Binghamton is predicting up to two inches of accumulation through the afternoon and evening today.
"It looks like a s
ATHENS TOWNSHIP - The board of Supervisors announced at their monthly meeting recently the Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has agreed to allow the township to remove the currently posted "no turn on red" sign which is located at the exit of Lowe's
TOWANDA - The Towanda Borough Council on Monday set the dates for the annual Spring Cleanup, approved the purchase of "conflict panels" for the planned Bradford County Veterans Memorial Park, and heard an update on the fire-damaged Bailey Block buildin
I love the Today's Inspiration. It's so nice to see some positive in our world. There's so much negative.
Don't stand for animal cruelty
If you see animal cruelty, report it to police or a humane society. I believe, personally, that a person w
TOWANDA — If you walk into the Bradford-Sullivan American Red Cross office in Towanda, chances are that you’ll meet Dave Douglas of North Towanda Township, who is the organization’s 91-year-old receptionist and office worker.
In the 1950s, in the face of a growing illiteracy problem among children, William Spaulding, director of book publishing company Houghton Mifflin's education division, challenged an author to write a book that would not only help kids learn to read, but