Come on Tina Pickett. Lineman day? There's a lot of other people who have done a great job all winter long. How about snow plowers, or farmers? A lot of people work outside and do cold winter jobs.
Regarding athletics and alc
WAVERLY, N.Y. -
The Sayre Salvation Army held its yearly volunteer banquet Wednesday evening at The Rail House banquet hall, where an evening of music, chorus and awards highlighted the event in honor of its many volunteers. Served was a chicken parmesa
MONROE TOWNSHIP - Monroe Township might be missing $114,000.
Or maybe no money is missing at all, but instead the township's financial records are somehow out of whack, the chairman of the township supervisors said.
Based on township records, Monroe T
The jury in the second-degree murder trial for Calvin Harris was adjourned at approximately 3 p.m. on Thursday as the defense in this case neared a completion of witness presentation. But the day was not without arguments as defense attorneys pushed for
SAYRE - Bradford County Judge candidate Alan Shaw hosted a meet and greet Thursday at the Candlewood Suites in Sayre where he spoke with voters about why they should put faith in him.
Shaw touted his lengthy legal career, which spans over 30 years, and t
The Pennsylvania Game Commission arrested and charged a man and woman, both from Ulster, in the illegal killing of a black bear that took place April 11.
According to the commission, George Albert Raymond Jr., 33, and Desiree Caroline Bailey, 30, both of
A high rate of speed was ruled the cause of the single-car accident that occurred on U.S. Route 220 in Monroe Township on April 12, police said.
According to Towanda state police, Matthew R. Bartholomew, 18, of Monroeton, was traveling south on Route 220
Many lawmakers in Harrisburg moved vigorously this week against the interests of working people.
The Senate on Tuesday passed a bill prohibiting municipalities from requiring businesses to provide any leave, paid or unpaid, beyond state or federal law.