Flag is part of heritage
About the Confederate flag: It has nothing to do with hate. It's our history and it's part of the heritage, not hate.
What can be done?
I'd like to know what's going on with this drug stuff coming over here from China. Can't so
A pipeline worker died in Tioga County Tuesday after his excavator rolled multiple times, the Tioga County coroner said.
Ricky L. Dettmann, 55, of Falls City, Neb., was in the cab of an excavator that overturned at least five times while working on a pi
A man accused of striking and injuring two workers in a construction zone in Wysox waived his preliminary hearing on Tuesday before Magisterial District Judge Fred Wheaton.
According to papers filed in Wheaton's office, Charles Edward Brack III, 64, of S
A Sayre man accused of being involved in a vehicle accident that resulted in a pedestrian's death waived his preliminary hearing on Friday before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw.
According to information filed in Shaw's office, Dylan Matthew Conn
TROY - It was around 6:30 p.m. July 27 in Canton.
Canton Police Sgt. Trey Kurtz found a white Dodge Neon on Lycoming Street, the rear-end of the vehicle completely smashed in.
Kurtz had been dispatched to a hit and run.
Now, according to court papers f
Bradford County will be losing both its planning director and chief public defender.
Ray Stolinas, who has served as the Bradford County planning director since the early 1990s, said he has accepted a job as director of planning and zoning in Ferguson To
The Valley Youth Hunter Education Challenge (YHEC) is hosting its first car show fundraiser from noon to 4 p.m. on Aug. 8 to help raise money for kids to participate in national competitions as well as support the club.
YHEC is a state wide, non-profit o
Everyone knows that everyone has Internet access, right? Well, except for the fact that not everyone has easy online access. And that's an important policy matter as many Pennsylvania politicians angle to use the Internet to diminish government transpare