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Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:07:06 14:43:38 The deadline for filing an application for a fourth gaming license in New York State ended at 4 p.m. on Monday, July 6, with only one application, from Tioga Downs in Nichols, N.Y. submitted, according to Lee Park, Gaming Facility Location Board (GFLB). (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A TOWANDA - All lanes have been reopened on Main Street in front of the fire-damaged Bailey Block building in downtown Towanda. An architect hired by the building's owners has issued a structural report on the building, which states that "the front of the (read more)
Sheshequin Township Supervisors have successfully driven down costs for a new municipal building after receiving project bids totaling nearly $1.2 million. The total bid cost came in at $1,154,950, but Supervisor Kurt Lafy said the project is now safely (read more)
Following New York's ban on hydraulic fracturing, the technique deemed too risky north of the Pennsylvania border will proceed as usual in the commonwealth. The American oil and gas industry is regulated mostly by state agencies applying a patchwork o (read more)
Nothing but concrete I'm calling about the article on Tractor Supply opening in Wysox. I have nothing against them, I do visit them up in Athens, but come on Wysox, how many duplications of the same businesses are we getting in Wysox? And besides, Wysox, (read more)

Business News
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:06:29 05:06:13 SAYRE - On Fridays in Sayre's Howard Elmer Park, local artisans, farmers, and culinary whizzes offer their products to patrons of the Sayre Farmers Market. Many stands are staples in the park, but one is new this year and the woman behind it isn't stoppi (read more)
The following property transfers were recorded recently in Bradford County: New Enterprise Stone and Lime Company Inc., Eastern Industries Inc., State Aggregates Inc. to JDS Group Holdings of Ulster for property in Wysox Township and Sheshequin Townshi (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:07:02 00:21:52 TOWANDA - Kevin and Debbie West always loved going to the old PJ's Restaurant and Tap Room located on Main Street in Towanda. The Wests purchased the building from previous owners Pat and Barb McGuire on May 27. Though ownership has changed, the Wests ha (read more)

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