Chancey Lee Decoursey, 35, of Wellsboro was charged wit theft, receiving stolen property and unauthorized use of automobiles following police response to a reported stolen vehicle in Charleston Township Dec. 16. While on scene with the victim police reportedly discussed another incident from…

Michael F. Macewan, 56, of Wellsboro was charged with aggravated assault, DUI, reckless endangerment of another person, harassment, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness, and reckless driving, following a one-vehicle accident on State Route 87 Jan. 5. When police made contact with Macewan, …

Colonel Robert Evanchick, commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police, announced today that Public Information Release Reports (PIRRs) issued by stations that comprise the department’s 16 troops will be posted online, on the “For Media” page of www.psp.pa.gov. The change makes PIRRs, which…

Glen Hames Brough, 49, of Wellsboro was charged with retail theft following a reported theft at Tops Market in Wellsboro Oct. 21. The store manager at Tops told police that a male individual has been coming into the store shopping and taking tags off merchandise and putting the tags on other…

Sean Daniel Connors, 29, of Petrolia was charged with delivery with intent to sell, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, restrictions on alcohol, maximum speed limits and careless driving in Gaines Nov. 27. Police were observing tra…

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The following individuals faced court action in the Tioga County Court of Common Please on Dec. 16.

Whitney Kay Sellers, 26, of Lindely, N.Y. was charged with retail theft, criminal conspiracy and receiving stolen property following a report of two suspects fleeing on foot after stealing merchandise from Walmart in Richmond Township, Dec. 7. Amanda Jean Mattison, 31, of Corning, N.Y. and G…

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The following individuals faced court action in the Tioga County Court of Common Please on Dec. 9.

Sarah J. Wisniewski, 34, of Wellsboro was charged with DUI, following a one-vehicle accident on State Route 287 in Delmar Township Sept. 17. Police observed a 2003 Ford Explorer on its side and upon making contact with Wisniewski she told police she had been drinking earlier and smoked some …

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

Ian Floyd Lisowski, 19, of Covington was charged with DUI following a traffic stop on College Avenue in Mansfield, Oct. 26. Lisowski was operating a Ford F150 when he ran a stop sign at the corner of Morris Drive and Academy Street which prompted police to initiate the traffic stop. Upon inv…

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PITTSBURGH, Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- To honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, Gateway Health is joining Highmark Health's Black Organization for Leadership and Development Business Resource Group and the American Diabetes Association to sponsor the MLK 2020 Commemorative Breakfast. The Commemorative Breakfast will be held in Pittsburgh on Monday, January 20, 2020, from 8 - 10:30 a.m.

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PITTSBURGH, Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- PANTHERx(®) Rare Pharmacy announces that it has been selected by Blueprint Medicines Corporation as a very limited distribution partner for breakthrough drug AYVAKIT(TM) (avapritinib). It has been approved for the treatment of adult patients with unresectable or metastatic gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) harboring a PDGFRA exon 18 mutation, including PDGFRA D842V mutations. With nationwide distribution of AYVAKIT, PANTHERx establishes a formidable presence in the precision oncology space.

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COLLEGEVILLE, Pa., Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Ursinus College has received the largest single private gift in its 150-year history, a gift that will fill the financial gaps confronting many students from low- and middle-income families, even those already receiving significant scholarship support for tuition.

WELLSBORO — The Hornets were able to snap a two-game losing streak when they topped Meadowbrook on Monday, Jan. 6, and kept their momentum rolling in the right direction as they were able to d…

LIBERTY — As the bleachers filled in Liberty there was a sense of electricity throughout the gym, with the North Penn-Liberty Mounties hosting their rival sister school the North Penn-Mansfiel…

WELLSBORO — The Lady Hornets (4-6) were able to top the Cowanesque Valley Indians (5-6) in a close game, 40-34 before facing two of the top teams in the NTL as they went on the road to face th…

The North Penn-Mansfield Tigers were able to claim a 2-1 record over the past week, and despite a heartbreaking loss to Liberty, have played extremely well down the stretch coming up with wins…

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Each year, the C&N Wealth Management team honors several local non-profit organizations with holiday donations. In 2019, six organizations were presented with a total of $2,500 to help them continue providing valuable services to our community. The recipients of those donations include:

The American Society for the Positive Care of Children estimates that child abuse reports involve 7.5 million children, and child abuse crosses all socioeconomic and educational levels, religions, ethnic and cultural groups. The National Children’s Alliance has reported that nearly 700,000 children are abused in the U.S annually. Childhelp.org, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse, found that a report of child abuse is made every 10 seconds.

It is healthy for the bodies to take probiotics. They cleanse the body and the gut system. The “good bacteria” helps keep the gut healthy. Instead of buying expensive probiotic products, nature offers some organic choices for you that you can use daily for a better gut health. The name itself is derived from the Latin 'pro-' 'for' and the Greek '-biotic' 'life. The discovery of the probiotics came in the early 20th century and was found in Bulgaria where the bacteria Bacillus Bulgarikus was found in milk.

Overeating during the holidays and New Year’s may now be in the rearview mirror. But that doesn’t necessarily make losing or maintaining weight easier for everyone — even if you resolved to make healthier food choices. It may be a tough work to keep a healthy weight and diet. For some people, it can be especially difficult.

One way to achieve mental health, happiness and clarity is through meditation. What meditation does is uniquely dynamic — allowing your whole being to open up, decluttering your thoughts, feelings and emotions into a positive state of confidence.

Whether you brush your teeth once, twice or thrice per day, this daily ritual can sometimes fall to the wayside during and after the holiday seasons. Sweet treats lurk around every kitchen corner and dining room dessert table. Luckily, we’ve got you covered — but not covered in toothpaste. Check out our top five tips to take care of your teeth this winter.