Pedestrian struck by vehicle
SAYRE - A teenager was struck by a car early Tuesday morning in Sayre, according to officials.
Sayre Fire Department Second Assistant Fire Chief Tracy Stroup said at about 9:30 a.m., a "young individual" was hit by a car on West Lockhart Street between H
County commissioner incumbent Daryl Miller discusses his views
TOWANDA - The natural gas industry has been "a phenomenal economic shot in the arm for Bradford County," and it has played a big role in making Bradford County "the envy of the state of Pennsylvania," said Republican Daryl Miller, who is running for his
Athens School District Board candidates share views
EDITOR'S NOTE: On May 19, voters will choose between John W. Cheresnowsky and Karen G. Brennan for one four-year seat in Region 2 on the Athens Area School District Board of Education. Both candidates have cross-filed, which means they will appear on bo
'Young Lungs at Play' signs arrive in Wells Twp.
WELLS TWP. - Wells Township supervisors on Tuesday unveiled some new signs that will be put up for a tobacco-free zone at the township park on Coryland Road.
Last month, supervisors passed the "Young Lungs at Play" resolution.
According to a brochure, th
Public invited to Paint the Town Purple event
TOWANDA - The Main Link will "Paint the Town Purple" for the fifth year from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Friday, May 8, in Towanda.
The event, held in front of the Bradford County Courthouse, includes booths by mental health care providers, cultural exhibit
Ridgebury Twp. supervisors meet
GILLETT - Ridgebury's supervisors met Tuesday where they approved a new road member and discussed bids for 5,000 tons of gravel.
Supervisors approved Steve Padgett to replace former road crew member Robert Leonard.
Supervisor Kevin Yaggie said Padgett st
Bishop Brothers seeks approval to surface mine on Wyalusing Borough land
WYALUSING BOROUGH - During a Monday night meeting, the Wyalusing Borough Council unanimously approved the signing of a Contractual Consent of Landowner form to begin the process of potentially leasing land to Bishop Brothers Construction Company for the
Jury in Calvin Harris murder trial deadlocks on Tuesday
On Tuesday, and into the fourth day of deliberations in the Calvin Harris murder trial, the 12-member jury sent a note to the judge at approximately 12:15 p.m. that they were deadlocked, or couldn't reach a unanimous decision regarding the verdict.
Two charged in piglet theft
TROY - Call it the case of the purloined piglets.
A Columbia Cross Roads man and a woman who is currently an inmate of the Bradford County Correctional Facility have been charged with theft by unlawful taking or disposition and receiving stolen property
Wyalusing Township supervisors meet to discuss business
WYALUSING TOWNSHIP - Wyalusing Township supervisors met Tuesday night to discuss the approval of an insurance package from Wyalusing-based insurance company The Kilmer Group and to address other various items of business.
Wyalusing Borough will catch outdoor cats starting in June
WYALUSING BOROUGH - During the Wyalusing Borough Council meeting on Monday, councilmembers unanimously approved the hiring of Doug Thompson, a local pest control specialist, to begin catching stray and outdoor cats beginning in June. The vote occurred af
Sound Off 5/6/2015
Linemen are deserving
I'm calling concerning the Sound Off about having Tina Pickett have a Linemen's Day established. The person or persons who made a comment regarding how other occupations and people work all hours and this and that is fine, however,