The 164th Sullivan County Fair opens today and will continue through Monday, Sept. 7.
The six-day fair, which is held along state Route 154 in Forksville, features carnival rides, demolition derbies, live music, horse and tractor pulls, and much more.
TROY - Visitors to buildings in the Troy Area School District may notice some safety changes this school year.
One of the main changes has been the addition of fire lanes and accompanying signage at the high school; the Commons Building, including Memori
Robert Leone, the 36-year-old Vestal N.Y. man who took numerous Bradford County state policemen to federal court over police brutality claims and lost, is set to make another trip through the Bradford County court system after being charged, Monday, with
WYALUSING - The Wyalusing Area School District welcomed its students back from summer vacation, Tuesday, while both the elementary school and high school principals reported no major problems and smooth operation.
High school principal Gary
This month, The Daily Review will be honoring local veterans and current members of the armed services, both in print, and online.
We will be recognizing local World War II veterans in an upcoming special section, "Above and Beyond," which will be pub
SAYRE - With many local schools beginning the new academic year, the Epiphany School in Sayre is no different and the school's principal said the past week has been exciting for students and faculty.
"We started the year with a welcome back event on (Aug
A South Waverly man is incarcerated in the Bradford County Correctional Facility after Athens Borough Police filed a felony drug charge against the man.
Joseph Andrew Alliger, 38, of South Waverly, has been charged with one count of felony manufacturing,
TOWANDA TOWNSHIP - At the Towanda Township supervisors' meeting on Tuesday, the township solicitor reported that he is continuing to prepare a township ordinance that would set minimum standards for roads in new residential and commercial developments th
TROY - The borough is trying to get the fecal count down at its wastewater treatment plant.
At the last borough council meeting, borough manager Dan Close discussed the matter with council.
"We have high fecal counts at the plant, and the fecal counts se
In open air
I am not a smoker, but who gives a right to these people who determine when they can go or where they can go? For example, Riverfest. We are allowed to do what we want to do, whether you like it or not. We're still in the open air.
Why the c