A Warren Center man died after a pickup truck crashed Tuesday on state Route 187 in Wysox Township, the Bradford County coroner said.
James Edward Coolbaugh, 34, was pronounced dead at the scene of the two-vehicle accident by Bradford County Coroner Thom
BRADFORD COUNTY - The National Weather Service (NWS) in Binghamton is warning residents of the Southern Tier and Bradford County of hazardous weather and a winter weather advisory was issued until Wednesday morning.
Temperatures should increase by Wedne
HARRISBURG - Charting a dramatic new course, Gov. Tom Wolf proposes sweeping changes Tuesday in the way the state pays for public education and taxes individuals and businesses during his first state budget address.
The new Democratic governor calls for
People in Canton recently showed their opposition to the reported planned closure of Arnot Health's Sullivan Street facility in Canton by signing petitions.
Attorney Gerald Brann said a petition was circulated at St. Michael's Catholic Church Sunday in C
HARRISBURG - Citing the high amount of spending in Gov. Tom Wolf's first budget proposal to the Pennsylvania General Assembly, Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) questioned the impact of a $33.8 billion plan on the taxpayers and small
LEROY - To recycle or not to recycle - that was the question at the LeRoy Township meeting this week.
During their regular monthly meeting, supervisors discussed the spring cleanup day that is scheduled for April 18, and whether to include recycling in t
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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.
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