I just want to say that the wildlife photos provided by Barb Singley are out of this world. They are fantastic. Keep them coming.
A beautiful sight
At 5:20 p.m. Tuesday evening while I was walking around the Canton High School track and fo
SAYRE - A tree in Sayre fell Friday morning, landing on top of a tree service truck and damaged a portion of the truck.
The tree, located on the corner of Lincoln Street and South Wilbur Avenue in Sayre, fell on a Mattison's Bucket Services truck that wa
TROY - The Troy Area School Board said it is "saddened" and "deeply disturbed" following an announcement from the Troy Area Education Association (TAEA) that the Troy teachers would strike Oct. 9, if a new contract cannot be reached.
When asked for comme
TROY - Leafy produce spills over the side of a cardboard box.
In another container, cucumbers lay in a pile while a yellow squash peeks out of a plastic bag.
These items and many more were ready to be picked up Thursday at the new location of the Troy Ar
TROY - People could satisfy their sweet tooth and their desire to help out the community at the same time Friday in Troy.
The Citizens & Northern Bank branch in Troy held an ice cream social/food drive to benefit the Troy Area Food Pantry.
During the eve
TROY TWP. - What would it look like to have smiling farm animals serve you food?
Imagine two grinning Holstein cows offering you a milkshake and a pie.
Or how about a chicken holding a basket of brown and white eggs before you?
Try to picture two pigs -
TROY - To park or not to park - that was the question concerning a part of West Main Street in Troy at the borough council meeting this week.
At issue was whether to not allow parking on the westbound side of West Main Street, from Vickery's Funeral Ho
A Delaware County judge has struck down the key provision of the Wolf administration-backed bailout plan for the failing Chester Upland School District - a decision that reverberates in all of Pennsylvania's 500 public school districts.
A financial exper