WELLSBORO — The birds will have to go.
WELLSBORO — The SSMH Auxiliary is an organization that raises funds for the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital here. Through fundraising, they raise money for equipment and services needed for patient care. The “Auxilians” are members of this group who donate their time to find ways to e…
There was an error in the Tioga Borough Council meeting article in last week’s publication. The contractor that is working on the Tioga pool is Keystone Creations. It was noted that the people from Keystone Creations are doing a wonderful job.
July 2020 could be classified as a beautiful summer month. It was somewhat on the dry side. There were no day-long rain events and, as is the case for most summer months, we received rainfall thanks to brief, hard thunder showers. Even with sunny and warm afternoons we had days that were les…
The Endless Mountains Crew is hosting their first gravel ride named the GT 105 Gravel Ride where bikers will be enduring a grueling 105-mile ride over the gravel of the Pine Creek Rail Trail on Saturday, Aug. 8 starting on The Green in Wellsboro.
In yet another down-to-the-wire matchup for the Wellsboro Lady Hornets softball team, they were unable to pull off a victory against a talented Loyalsock Lady Lancers team and fell by a score …
The American Rally Association, along with organizers for the 2020 Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally regret to announce the cancellation of this year’s event.
The Black Forest Falcons Youth Trap Team recently sent 17 shooters to the 2020 PA Scholastic Clay Target Program championships in Elysburg.
WESTFIELD — Around the league, there was one thing that most players and coaches agreed upon before the 2020 baseball season was cancelled which was that the boys down in Westfield were going …
No one likes to suffer. When given a choice between suffering or maintaining a sense of peace and tranquility, almost all will want to choose the later.
On July 16, 30 members and guests attended the first person-to-person meeting of the new forest year of the Tioga County Woodland Owners Association at the Dale Spitzer residence located on th…
There are a few things I need to get off my chest; Rusty, for one. He is about to drive me crazy, or should I say crazier.
John Muir is our focus this week, mainly because of his relentless efforts to establish America’s national park system and his championing of long-distance hiking. We’re talking way-back-when here.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Trippy Ja's engineering and production style is known to be completely different from other producers in the game. Coming from a background based in jazz and rock 'n roll, Trippy Ja incorporates modulated chord progressions and jazzy guitar licks not usually heard in hip hop production. Drumming for several rock bands before moving into the hip hop/rap scene, Trippy exhibits a unique blend of genres in his new album, grabbing traction worldwide.
BETHLEHEM, Pa., Aug. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, DLP Real Estate Capital is proud to announce that it has made the 2020 Inc. 5000 List of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America, landing as the 4th fastest growing company in the nation out of those who have made the list 8 or more years in a row! Even more impressive, DLP is the #1 fastest growing real estate company in the nation out of those who have made the list 8 straight years or more. Overall, the company ranked 1,202 with a 3-year growth of 376.99%.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Updated COVID-19 projections released today by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) show that while spread of the virus is slowing in some hotspots like Arizona and Florida, it is continuing to take hold in the north and Midwest, overshadowing positive developments that have emerged and creating risk of widespread transmission in places that had previously worked hard to reduce case counts. This is evident in the model's new four-week forecasts across these regions, as the threat of resurgence grows from Milwaukee to Chicago and from Washington, D.C. to Boston.
(The Center Square) – An estimated 2 percent of Pennsylvania residents’ unemployment claims have yet to be processed five months into the COVID-19 pandemic, which was the subject of scrutiny at a Wednesday hearing.
(The Center Square) – A Pennsylvania state lawmaker plans to introduce a set of bills designed to help bars and restaurants staggered by the coronavirus pandemic dig themselves out of a fiscal hole.
Susquehanna Home Care & Hospice, a part of UPMC in the Susquehanna region, has been recognized by Strategic Healthcare Programs as a “Superior Performer” for achieving an overall caregiver and family satisfaction score that ranked in the top 20% of all eligible SHP clients for the 2019 c…
UPMC Health Plan announced a new initiative — Pathways to Work — that aims to increase access to employment through training, education, and dedicated support from UPMC staff. This program is administered through the UPMC Center for Social Impact, and it aggregates UPMC Health Plan’s existin…
UPMC, a health care organization that includes UPMC Health Plan, the largest health insurer in western Pennsylvania, implemented a new technology in partnership with RxRevu to enable its physicians to help patients lower prescription drug costs based upon their insurance coverage.
Representatives from the Apprise program of Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna/Tioga Area Agency on Aging, Inc. remain available by phone to counsel individuals regarding Medicare, Medicaid, Advantage Plans, Medigap/Supplement, prescription plans and the Pennsylvania PACE program.
UPMC welcomes Christopher Enwonwu, MD, interventional radiologist, to the Heart & Vascular Institute in Williamsport.
Whether you wear a mask depends on many factors, such as your level of education, gender, partisanship, or — and I admit, this is a smaller category — whether you play catcher for a Major League Baseball team.
Congress is debating another $1 trillion stimulus package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The first stimulus package granted hundreds of billions of dollars in an attempt to relieve family, business and government funding shortfalls as a result of mandated school and business closures.