The bridge on state Route 187 in Wysox, which goes over the Susquehanna River and had been closed since Monday to facilitate the transportation of two oversize loads, received its final inspection, according to PennDOT.
TROY - The Troy Area School District is gearing up for a new round of PSSA testing in April, but how do district officials feel about last year's PSSA results?
When asked for comment by The Daily Review, district superintendent W. Charles Young responded
The Knights of Columbus, Council 3915 will be hosting their 49th annual St. Patrick's Day Ball on March 21.
The ball will be held at J.F.K. Hall at St. Agnes School, 102 Third St., Towanda, and is the social event of the year in this area.
This is an
A mobile home park in Rome has been struggling with a large water leak, leaving just one of the 34 trailers with fully running hot and cold water.
For some residents, the issue - believed to be caused by a leaking or broken water pipe - has been plaguing
STANDING STONE TOWNSHIP - A 68-year-old man was killed Wednesday in a head-on collision on U.S. Route 6 in Standing Stone Township, police said.
William Gorski of Montrose was driving west on Route 6 when, for unknown reasons, his 2005 Dodge Dakota picku
Blaze started accidentally when
man was trying to thaw frozen pipes
MONROE TOWNSHIP - A mobile home at 73 Wickham Falls Road in Monroe Township was accidentally destroyed by fire on Wednesday, the chief of the Monroe Hose Company said.
Canton man charged with resisting arrest
Charged following incident at lounge
TROY - A 23-year-old Canton man is facing multiple charges, including resisting arrest, following an incident that took place at 1:45 a.m. Dec. 21 at the Warrior Lounge on Tro
ATHENS TOWNSHIP - The Athens Township Supervisors voted Wednesday to change some language items in the fire protection contract with the Athens Township Volunteer Fire Department (ATVFD) at its monthly meeting.
The supervisors agreed to remove some misle
It can happen to anyone, even if you don't think it can happen to you or someone you know.
That was one of the main takeaways from Wednesday's narcotics overdose prevention presentation at Wyalusing Valley Junior-Senior High School, where students learne
HARRISBURG - The Pennsylvania House of Representatives this week approved House Bill 59 authored by Rep. Matt Baker (R-Tioga/Bradford/Potter), chairman of the House Health Committee, that would require physicians to offer hepatitis C screening to patie