Talking about Towanda music
This is in response to the comment in Thursday's Sound Off. I really find it hard to believe that music will influence a child's lifetime more than all sports combined. I think it's probably equal to being similar to someone w
TROY - Splish, splash, they weren't taking a bath.
No, some Special Olympians Thursday were taking part in a Bradford-Sullivan County Special Olympics aquatic competition at "Polly's Pool" at Martha Lloyd Community Services in Troy.
A variety of freestyl
TROY - The Bradford County commissioners on Thursday made a $60,000 donation of Act 13 funds to the Troy Historical Society, which will be used to help pay for the ongoing restoration of the Troy Sale Barn.
"This is a terrific day for western Bradford Co
TROY - Richard and Dolores Hart of Columbia Cross Roads were impressed by what they saw Thursday at the Troy Sale Barn Open House.
"Super fantastic" was the way Dolores described the Sale Barn, which has just gone through Phase One of a major restoration
TROY - Bill Brasington of Troy has a message for people running this Sunday in the new "Maple 5K" road race in Troy.
"Come for the race, and stay for the festival," he said, referring to the 34th Annual Endless Mountains Maple Festival that begins Saturd
At the Bradford County commissioners' meeting on Thursday, four new positions were created and an update was provided on the establishment of the new Bradford County Tourism Promotion Agency.
Henry Farley, president of the tourism promotion agency's boar
SOUTH WAVERLY - After months of bureaucratic rigmarole, the Bradford County STAR Program is nearly ready to open the doors to its new location in South Waverly.
The program planned to relocate to the Athens Wesleyan Church on Wilawana Road in Athens afte
Congressional leaders' agreement to give President Obama authority to strike a free trade deal with 11 other nations around the vast Pacific Ocean simply recognizes reality.
Asia likely will be the focus of global economic growth for some time and common
WAVERLY — Pat Lane has always wanted to be successful in the business world.
After years of hard work and some good luck, the 24-year-old Lane now owns two businesses and is continuing to build clientele and clout in the Valley area.