TROY - When the time came to give blood, they were there.
And now four Troy High School seniors have been honored for their dedication.
The "Volunteering Saves Lives" scholarship award, made possible through the American Red Cross Leadership Scholarship
Long time Wysox businessman Dale Fulmer, owner of Fulmer's Sporting Goods on Route 6, said a total of 48 handguns were stolen from his shop Sunday night or early Monday morning.
Fulmer said one person smashed a bathroom window from the outside of the sho
ATHENS - Athens Township supervisors met Wednesday where they approved bids for anti skid and work for the Round Top expansion project.
Supervisors approved the low bid from M.R. Dirt of Towanda for work on phase one of the Round Top expansion project.
Donation presented in Troy
Bill Brasington, a member of the Troy Historical Society and the project manager for the Troy Sale Barn renovation, recently presented a $500 donation from the historical society to the Troy Area School District track and cro
CANTON - Canton Area School District Superintendent Matt Gordon talked about PSSA testing, student achievement, and a technology matter in his report at the last school board meeting.
"Our respective buildings have finished their PSSA assessments," he sa
Shawn Henfling, who received a Democratic nomination to run for Bradford County Commissioner last week, will not be on the ballot for the general election in November after he officially submitted an affidavit, Wednesday, to the Bradford County Elections
State police have released the name of the female motorcyclist who was injured on April 20 on U.S. Route 6 in Wysox Township, and have charged her with driving while under the influence of alcohol.
Alexanderia L. Nez of Wysox was driving a 2009 Buddy 150
Anthony Ryan Rockwell, 25, of Athens, was charged with two felony counts of aggravated indecent assault of a child by Athens Borough Police following a May 24 incident at His Majesty church in Athens, according to Athens police.
Police said they were cal
HARRISBURG, Pa. - Red Cross volunteers Bill Roach, Robin Butler, Howard Jackson and Travis Woodyard are on their way to Texas to assist with the Red Cross Disaster Relief effort for those displaced by the floods. These dedicated volunteers will be depl
ARMENIA TWP. - The start date of some planned work on Mountain Avenue in Armenia Township isn't yet known, but some movement is occurring on the project.
According to the minutes of the last township meeting, the township has received a contract from the
We recently attended the National Honor Society program held at the Northeast Bradford High School. The young students there sang the National Anthem, and it was beautiful. Job well done.
I saw on TV where a week after a build