Connie Tarlliger, 77, and daughter Belinda Cole, 59, both died during a fire in Gaines on May 29. The home was completely destroyed. At press time, the cause of the fire is still unknown. A resident who lives nearby reportedly heard an explosion and saw flames coming out of the east side of …

Daneil L. Bulow, 28, of Coudersport, was charged with three counts driving under the influence and careless driving following a traffic stop in Coudersport on April 16. When police made contact with Bulow they noticed her eyes appeared bloodshot and glassy. Bulow was asked to take sobriety t…

Margaret A. Cobb, 86, of Lawrenceville, passed away on Monday, June 1, 2020 at her home.

Plans are in place for the June 2 General Primary Election in Potter County. Director of Elections Sandy Lewis reports that the many uncertainties that surrounded the election following the declaration of emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have now been resolved.

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EXTON, Pa., June 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The latest quarterly report included in Spherix's RealTime Dynamix: Rheumatoid Arthritis (US) service captures the responses of 105 rheumatologists surveyed in May 2020 and highlights the shifting dynamics of the rheumatoid arthritis (RA) treatment landscape, driven largely by the recent approval of AbbVie's JAK inhibitor, Rinvoq, as well as the present impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on rheumatology practices. According to the survey results that are trended back to 2016, the RA treatment landscape continues to shift away from the legacy TNF inhibitors (i.e., AbbVie's Humira and Amgen's Enbrel) which have long been the gold standard, while alternate mechanism of action (MOA) agents have remained relatively stable in both user base and brand share - with the exception of the newest market entrant, Rinvoq.

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CHESTER, Pa., June 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- TeamChildren and the Andrew Hicks Foundation have been partnering since the Coronavirus to provide free laptops to families in the City of Chester PA. Now over 400 laptops are empowering the educational future of literally hundreds of kids. By Special request from the Chester Upland School district 25 college bound graduates will be surprised when they are handed a great refurbished laptop loaded with amazing learning programs and links.

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(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said Thursday the state must help restore trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve as protests against police brutality and systemic racism stretch into day six across the country.

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NEW YORK, June 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- In late May, the "Power 5" conferences in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) requested, in a letter to Congressional leaders, that Congress enact legislation granting them and other NCAA members an antitrust exemption in connection with their continued desire to restrict the ability of college athletes to market their own name, image and likeness rights ("NIL rights"), as well as federal rules, which would override the laws adopted by individual states explicitly authorizing these athletes to earn compensation from their own intellectual property rights.

Daneil L. Bulow, 28, of Coudersport, was charged with three counts driving under the influence and careless driving following a traffic stop in Coudersport on April 16. When police made contac…

Margaret A. Cobb, 86, of Lawrenceville, passed away on Monday, June 1, 2020 at her home.

Entrepreneurs representing 10 different businesses from across the Pennsylvania Wilds have completed the inaugural PA Wilds PACE Program, a 10-week professional development course to help scale rural businesses.

Century 21 Gold Star Real Estate welcomes new agent, Wendy Little. She is a Pennsylvania native and has worked in property management for 17 years, which led her to a career in real estate. She lives in Coudersport and will help Century 21 expand its market in the Potter County area.

Michigan voters in November 2018 passed a ballot measure that legalized cannabis for recreational use, making the Great Lakes State the first in the Midwest to do so. The state’s retail cannabis market opened in late 2019 and within the first two weeks yielded $3.1 million in sales. By Jan. 2, 2020, that had reached $6.5 million.

Sorting through all the latest health fads, trends and research-based health information can be as stressful and overwhelming as shopping for a new car. You want to avoid getting swindled into something that isn’t right for you, and you want to ensure that what you’re investing in actually works and provides the biggest bang for your buck.

Every team needs a coach — a point person with experience,

The Community Blood Bank is urging donors to continue to make blood donation appointments as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. All donors in May will be automatically entered to win a kayak package, complete with two kayaks, paddles and a $100 Dick’s Sporting Goods gift card.

Sustaining a twisted ankle, waking up with body aches and a fever or enduring a respiratory infection that makes it difficult to breath may all cause someone to question if they should get checked out by a doctor; and, if so, where should they go?

Occasionally we’re called to respond to what matters in the moment. Today is such a day and what matters now is having a conversation about policing. That’s why I won’t be addressing Wanda’s thoughts about the national debt and the crooked economic policies of New York and California.

I stopped long ago reading comments under news articles and opinion pieces. Not because I don’t believe readers should have the opportunity to comment, but mostly because nothing about what is posted is helpful or constructive. In fact, much of it is nasty and vile.