WELLSBORO – The Tioga County Development Corporation wants to change how it interacts with local business.
COUDERSPORT – Former Gaines Township police sergeant Kane Jordan Shope, 33, of 297 Germania St. Ext., Galeton, was sentenced to three to 23 and a half months imprisonment by Judge Stephen P.B. Minor on Wednesday, Jan. 3, in a Potter County Court of Common Pleas.
Congressman Scott Perry, who represents Adams, York, and part of Cumberland County, has come under fire from his own party for comments made on Fox News regarding the Las Vegas shooting.
According to a report released by the DEA last year, between 2015 and 2016, the number of overdose deaths in the state of Pennsylvania rose by of 37 percent.
District Attorney Craig Stedman, District Judge Jayne Duncan and Senior Deputy Attorney General William Stoycos are among 10 candidates being vetted by two state senators to fill an impending vacancy on the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas.
Confusion about a tenant registry rule in Boswell Borough has the plan stymied until officials can provide clearer direction and documentation.
Thursday, Jan. 4
GALETON – Despite an early lead, Galeton dropped their Monday, Jan. 8 game to visiting Oswayo Valley. OV’s Jacob Karr had a double-double to lead the visiting Green Wave to a 52-44 win over t…
COUDERSPORT – The Coudy grapplers had a mixed bag of results with three consecutive home games this week.
Tuesday, Jan. 2
Cheers to a new year. Make a commitment to yourself in 2018 and take time to invest in your health and well-being. Allow time to be active, eat well and de-stress. Remember, you can’t pour from an empty cup.
The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) WorkWell Massachusetts Awards Program recognizes Massachusetts employers for their exemplary work in worksite health promotion. The program showcases employers of all sizes – large and small – on their employee wellness program’s performance. Award winners are categorized into Gold, Silver and Bronze categories and they are recognized at the WWCMA Annual Conference in September during the Awards Ceremony.
The 2017 WWCMA Annual Conference Committee works hard all year to put together an amazing event for their members and the wellness community. The team kicks off their planning in January — working on the conference theme, managing venue logistics and lining up speakers that align with the theme. From there, they meet every week to discuss, plan, promote and execute all of their assigned tasks.
Millions of Americans are affected by mental health issues, with anxiety, mood disorders and depression being among the most common.
What is a culture of health? David Martin, executive director of Massachusetts Health Council, sets out to answer that question during his presentation of the same name.
Protesters gathered in Paris Sunday near the Eiffel Tower to rally against sexual misconduct and discrimination against women, in solidarity with marchers in the U.S. and elsewhere marking one year of protest against Donald Trump's presidency. (Jan. 21)
Ice fishing in the east is quite a short season. For those who don’t care for frozen water and enjoy fishing from a boat, the winter can still be way too long. But for us diehard year-round fisherman, the season is nowhere long enough.
It doesn’t get much better than this: our Susquehannock Trail Club and Trail System just made the front page of the Keystone Trails Association January newsletter. If you would like to read all about it, you can access by going to the KTA website www.kta-hike.org and click on “News.”
Baby! And mom and dad and the neighbors and my great-aunt Matilda! It’s cold outside. There isn’t anything at all to say about it that hasn’t been said on TV , on social media and in the privacy of our own homes. I don’t know about you, but I’m more than ready for some warm.