Help honor veterans
It's a tragedy to hear the annual veterans' picnic is being canceled this year. High costs were mentioned as a cause. Also lack of volunteers. The costs to honor our veterans are never too high for the freedom they provide us every da
SAYRE - What's a great way to spend a Friday afternoon?
Members of the Kiwanis Builders Club would say helping out the community, which they did by picking up trash around downtown Sayre Friday afternoon.
Nearly 20 club members, supervisor Heather Jarvis
ORWELL TOWNSHIP - At the recent Northeast Bradford School Board meeting, a Northeast teacher commented on a cell phone incident that has apparently caused much talk in the district.
Deb Philippi read a letter to the board and guests at the Monday meeting
WYSOX TOWNSHIP - Six businesses from Bradford and Sullivan counties have been named as finalists for the 2015 Governor's Impact Awards, according to the Northern Tier Regional Planning & Development Commission.
The six businesses are among the 16 finalis
The state Department of Environmental Protection's Oil and Gas program will continue to "closely monitor" recovery work in Wilmot Township where drilling fluid recently surfaced on the ground along the east bank of Sugar Run Creek, according to a DEP off
SYLVANIA - It sounds like a "bunch" of fun.
From 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, April 27, a painting class will be held in which people can learn to paint grapes on a bottle.
Not only that, participants will be able to snack on a variety of popcorn.
An Athens man faces multiple charges following an early March traffic stop, according to Athens Borough Police.
Police charged Carl Edward Johnston, 46, of Athens, with possession of methamphetamine and marijuana; manufacturing a controlled substance;
The Legislature can't seem to bring itself to legalize use of medicinal marijuana, even though adding weapons to the arsenal to employ appropriately against pain and disease should be a no-brainer.
It will be interesting to see if lawmakers can overcome