SAYRE - You could find a "thing" or two Saturday at the Sayre Public Library.
"Thing One" and "Thing Two," the famous Dr. Seuss characters, were on hand for The Valley Kiwanis' annual Dr. Seuss Day "Seusstacular" celebration.
Dressed in costume and wear
Spring may be just around the corner, but winter isn't giving in just yet.
According to the National Weather Service in Binghamton, N.Y., the area can expect around 4 inches of snow today and tonight.
In addition, the weather service noted that a winte
On Feb. 24, Chris Powell of Sayre was charged with three counts of abandonment, three counts of failure to provide, and two counts of unlicensed unidentified dogs. The dogs were abandoned at 23 Spring St. in the Village of Waverly, N.Y.
Seized from the p
Marino unable to attend 'Coffee with Marino' Saturday
Due to a scheduling issue, Congressman Tom Marino was unable to attend a 'Coffee with Marino' event scheduled from 3-5 p.m. Saturday at Fairfield Inn and Suites at 1248 Golden Mile Road, Towanda, acco
The new poll topic for The Daily & Sunday Review website this week is: Do you think NBC's suspension of Brian Williams was warranted, yes or no?
Last week's question was: Which of these two winter weather scenarios would you prefer?
As of the end of t
TROY - Bob Garrison, a well-known Troy area resident and businessman, is recovering from injuries he suffered in a crash Tuesday morning on Porter Road in Troy Township, according to his daughter, Jennifer Malehorn of Troy.
Malehorn said her father was r
TOWANDA — If you walk into the Bradford-Sullivan American Red Cross office in Towanda, chances are that you’ll meet Dave Douglas of North Towanda Township, who is the organization’s 91-year-old receptionist and office worker.
A while ago, I attended a Cub Scout Pack meeting, in which the group was holding a Pinewood Derby.
For those of you who were never in the Cub Scouts, a Pinewood Derby is a small wooden model race car.
However, it is not a toy car that you purchase ready-