Valley News Digest
Waverly PD recognizes officers
The Waverly Police Department recently honored officers during its annual recognition ceremony, according to information from the department.
Officer Nate Harvey was recognized as Officer of the Year and
As she cleans the dirt and salt from winter out of the engraved bricks in the Sayre Theatre's front plaza, theater manager Margie Ross often reflects on the people attached to them.
This year, with Memorial Day approaching, Ross was attracted to the bric
Anti-DUI measures scheduled locally for Memorial Day weekend
The Bradford County DUI Task Force will be conducting sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, according to a press release from the Towanda Bo
Vote tallies corrected for Sayre School Board
The correct unofficial results for the Democratic race for Sayre School Board are Richard Jennings 178; Kay S. Husick 158; Donald F. Skerpon 171; James B. Osborn 197; and
TROY - The Troy Area School Board is taking some steps toward more bus safety.
The board recently agreed to start the bidding process for the purchase and installation of security cameras for buses for the 2013-14 school year.
When asked for comment, Su
TROY - Troy councilwoman Krystle Bristol said she was "really pleasantly surprised" by her high vote tally in Tuesday's primary election.
She is seeking re-election to a four-year council seat, and was the highest vote-getter for the Republican nominatio
TROY - The Troy Area School has passed a tentative 2013-14 budget that includes a tax increase.
The spending plan, which has revenues of $21.2 million and expenditures of $22.2 million, will be put on public display. A final budget will be voted on in
TOWANDA - Based on the write-in votes that she received in Tuesday's election, incumbent Mary Ann Harris won both the Democratic and Republican nominations for a four-year term as the Towanda Borough tax collector.
Harris on Tuesday received 63 write-in
SAYRE - Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital is once again expanding to meet the growing demand for health care services in the region. On Tuesday, May 28, from 3:30-5:30 p.m., the public is invited to tour the new 16-bed inpatient unit on 7Main at Guthrie Rob
Charges have been filed against the wife of the man who pulled the trigger in the murder-suicide that took place May 5 at 360 E. Main St., in Canton Borough.
State police at Towanda said that it's alleged that Kimberly Jean Chisman, 46, of Canton, purcha