A good week
Last week was a wonderful week for President Obama and for the USA. The Supreme Court seems to have suddenly grown both a brain and a heart. Too bad they then flubbed it on the EPA ruling. Now, if they would just revisit their Citizens United
TROY - Three years ago, Sam Antes had an idea.
He wanted to start a Summer Speaker Series in Troy.
"I had completed a class course at Penn State that was about leadership for life, so after I had done that, I had just wanted to find a way to give back
WYSOX - The Tractor Supply Co. is proposing to construct a 19,100 square-foot retail store at the corner of state Route 187 and Lake Road in Wysox, Wysox Township officials said.
At a June 25 public meeting hosted by the Wysox Township supervisors, Wysox
TOWANDA - The Towanda Borough Council is moving toward adopting an ordinance to help the borough address deteriorated buildings that have been neglected by their owners.
At the most recent meeting of the Towanda Borough Council, Borough Manager Kyle V. L
SAYRE - The Sayre Area School District met Wednesday to discuss replacing long time building and grounds supervisor Mike Barry, who will retire July 8.
The board unanimously approved hiring Raymond Bunker of Bradford, Pa. to take over for Barry after he
TROY - A Gillett woman is accused of picking up her grandmother's pain medication prescription at a pharmacy March 28 in Troy and then using and selling the pills, according to court papers filed at the office of Magisterial District Judge Jonathan Wil
The Tomlinson Playing Card Company has just produced a deck of playing cards based on the history of Bradford County.
The deck features notable people and places throughout the county ranging from early county history to more recent times. Many of the
The Supreme Court of the United States put an exclamation point on its productive and historic session Monday when it killed a key excuse used by lawmakers, including in Pennsylvania, for self-serving, ineffective governance.
In a case from Arizona, the