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Three people were sent to the hospital on Thursday, following a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 220 in Towanda Borough. Towanda police confirmed Thursday night that the accident occurred around 4 p.m. on the section of Route 220 behind the Towanda High S (read more)
ATHENS TOWNSHIP - The Athens Township Supervisors split three to two, voting not to pass the resolution to update the tobacco policy. Concerns were brought up by both supervisors Suzanne Seck and Cheryl Wood-Walter about the effect the new policy would h (read more)

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Some of the usual critics posed it as the end of the world when President Obama announced Wednesday that the United States will begin to normalize relations with Cuba. That decision might well mark the end of an era, but it is long overdue recognition o (read more)

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