You should be proud of your president. The Iran deal went to the United Nations Security Council before Congress could vote on it. I hope every congressman takes offense at this action and vetoes this deal just to show they won't be intimida
TOWANDA - Roads were washed out and several people were without electricity on Sunday, due to flash flooding that occurred in the Towanda and Monroeton areas, following a summer storm.
According to Towanda Fire Chief Bill Roof, units from Towanda, Monroe
TROY - 18-year-old Tricia Hojnowski, of Troy, was named 2015 Troy Fair Queen, Sunday, during the 22nd annual Troy Fair Queen Pageant.
Hojnowski is a recent graduate of Troy Area High School and is planning to attend Penn State Altoona in the fall for Ani
WINDHAM TWP. - The 11th annual Bedrock Cruise-In, a car show hosted by the Windham Township Volunteer Fire Company, fought back thunderstorms for most of the day in an event that organizers considered a success.
Over 150 cars were on display, Sunday, as
The health care industry is in a state of constant transition. Pressure has mounted to control costs while the Affordable Care Act promises greater access to care even as the industry struggles to produce and retain more physicians.
Part of the cost-cont