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Slain trooper's mother reacts to news EXETER TWP. - As news of the capture of her son's alleged killer played across her TV screen, Darla Dickson decided not to wake her husband. He slept soundly in the bedroom, unaware that state police had just c (read more)

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Traffic lights have been causing some concerns in our area. Some drivers are frustrated because by the timing of lights, others because some lights are just blinking. But Bradford County is not alone. Across the region, an array of aged traffic signals (read more)

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