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There will no 7 p.m. Mass celebrated at St. Catherine’s, Westfield this Saturday, Dec. 14. All parishioners are encouraged to attend the 11:30 a.m. Mass at St. Thomas in Elkland.

The Millerton United Methodist Church will host a Community Blood Drive on Friday, Dec. 20, from 1-6 p.m. at the church on 5443 Main St., Millerton.

We had a nice Hanging of the Greens service Sunday. Readers were Pastor Ed, Nettie Treat, Val Rodarmel, Megan Schutes, Donna Burdick. Jackie Mills, Veryl Simmons and Donna Nudd. The various items were carried in by Megan Schutes, Kindle Catherman and Veryl Simmons as the readings were read a…

The Knoxville Public Library and other community businesses will have their annual Open House on Friday, Dec. 13, 3-6 p.m. Visit Santa at the bank, and enjoy holiday treats at the post office and the library.

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission recently approved 29 Historical & Archival Records Care grants totaling nearly $185,000 to help care for Pennsylvania’s significant historical records.

After ringing in the New Year, festivities will continue at the 2020 PA Farm Show, Jan. 4-11 in Harrisburg, featuring the state’s number-one cash crop, Pennsylvania mushrooms.

AT&T customers and FirstNet subscribers in Port Allegany got a big boost in wireless connectivity. AT&T has added a new cell tower to enhance the area’s 4G LTE coverage and help give residents and first responders faster, more reliable wireless service. The investment will help custo…

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission is now accepting applications from qualified museums and official county historical societies for nearly $2 million in Cultural and Historical Support Grants.


The following people were sentenced in the Tioga County Court of Common Pleas Nov. 25.

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Marsden “Mars” and Hilton Champaign act like ordinary older gentlemen. They both use canes to walk, are happy to talk about their lovely wives, and they both love a good coffee and donut breakfast. Their eyebrows are gray and their hands are soft. Their eyes have that twinkle that comes with…