SHESHEQUIN TOWNSHIP - First responders from multiple municipalities arrived on the scene of a water tanker truck which had careened off the side of the road while traveling down Ghent Hill in Sheshequin Township Monday morning.
According to volunteers on
TROY - Judy Warn of the Heritage Garden Club of Troy looked at the Troy Borough Hall, and saw an opportunity.
"We have such a beautiful borough hall, and there are no flowers in front," she said.
So, Warn decided to change that by spearheading a project
Michael Wayne Roman, 49, of Stevensville, faces a preliminary hearing at 1:15 p.m. today before Magisterial District Judge Fred Wheaton of Wysox on DUI, reckless driving and other charges in connection with an incident in which Pennsylvania State Polic
TROY - Budget time may be months away, but local school district officials in western Bradford County already have finances on their minds.
In the Troy Area School District, the school board recently agreed to hold a public meeting on the budget sometime
Fall cleanup in Troy announced
Fall cleanup for Troy Borough residents began Oct. 20 and will continue until Nov. 15, as manpower allows, according to a news release from the borough office.
Bagged leaves and naturally-fallen bundled branches that can b
The Towanda School District students will have a day off from school on Dec. 15, instead of on Dec. 8.
At their meeting on Monday, the Towanda School Board moved an Act 80 day from Dec. 8 to Dec. 15. All students are to have a full day off from school on
TROY - A Canton man has been charged with taking at least five used car batteries sometime between 10:30 p.m. Sept. 5 and 8 a.m. Sept. 6 from the Canton Auto Body Scrap Yard in Canton Township.
Darren Nelson Killian, 20, of Troy Street, Canton, has bee
TOWANDA - The 87th Annual Towanda Halloween Parade, which starts at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, will be bigger than it was in the past, an organizer said.
"Normally, it lasts for about an hour," said Susan Webb, co-chairperson of the parade. "We definit
NICHOLSON - The smell of flavored smoke rose from the grills into the crisp, early autumn air at the Nicholson Fairgrounds on Sept. 12. Hot sizzlings of beef and pork could be heard amongst the talk and laughter of the hundreds of hungry attendees eager
Parking to be banned on Main Street for parade
The Towanda Police Department and the Towanda Fire Department are issuing a ban on parking on Main Street in Towanda on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 5 p.m. until after the Halloween Parade is over, according to t