The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed as of midnight June 4, that there are 537 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 73,942. All 67 counties in Pennsylvania have cases of COVID-19.
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WELLSBORO — High school students may find themselves taking Keystone exams this fall, depending on which pathway they are choosing for graduation.
MANSFIELD — After receiving the much-anticipated approval from the Army Corps of Engineers, the Mansfield borough council can now begin to develop a walking and biking trail along the Tioga River and eventually connect it with Lambs Creek trail, Route 6 bike trail and the Mansfield High School.
The long-standing Wellsboro Growers Market opened Thursday, May 28 with social distancing and COVID-19 precautions in place for both vendors and visitors. The market has been hosted by First Presbyterian Church since 2008, and has been operating almost continuously in Wellsboro for approxima…
ULYSSES -- Four people face multiple charges following an investigation into the theft of a 2008 Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck and an ATV from two Coudersport men May 22.
BLOSSBURG — After planning to vote on a $34.3 million budget for the 2020-21 school year carrying a 2% tax increase, some members of the Southern Tioga school board had a change of heart during the June 1 board work session.
ELKLAND — Ellie Blackwell is raising money to help make summer a little brighter for kids around Elkland. With the announcement that the Elkland swimming pool will be closed for the summer due to the coronavirus, Ellie decided that she had to do something.
The death of a N.Y. man at Fred’s Woodshed on May 31 and the decision not to hold the annual Tioga Old Home Days were topics of discussion at the June 1 Tioga Borough Council meeting.
ULYSSES — If you’ve taken a drive through downtown Ulysses within the past few weeks, you probably saw a new addition to the town: banners honoring veterans who currently live in the Northern Potter School District, or have in the past, have been put on display.
WESTFIELD — Reopening wasn’t as easy as originally thought for some local businesses, but despite the challenges, restaurants are getting back to some sense of normalcy.