The following people either have appeared or will appear before District Judge James Edgcomb to face various charges.
An 85-year-old woman from Charleston Township lost nearly $300,000 in bank certificates of deposit, cash, jewelry and a safe during a burglary at her residence sometime between Aug. 17 and Aug. 19.
Three people were charged with criminal mischief following the defacing of rocks at Hessell Gessell, a rock formation in the Tioga State Forest, Shippen Township.
Clint Martin Walker Jr., 20, of 12393 Route 6, Wellsboro, faces charges of manufacture, delivery and possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance and possession and use of drug paraphernalia Aug. 2, 12393 Route 6, Charleston Township.
Tracy Marie Sharp, 50, of Noblesville, Ind., faces charges of acquisition and possession of a controlled substance, failure to furnish required acquisition forms in acquiring a controlled substance and theft at UPMC Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital while she was employed there as a regis…
Democratic state Sens. Daylin Leach and Sharif Street have introduced legislation to legalize recreational marijuana in Pennsylvania for users over the age of 21.
HARRISBURG — Municipal leaders must answer to constituents for the state of local law enforcement, roads, parks and clean drinking water — not to mention the property tax rates people pay.
The American Civil Liberties Union and the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania have filed a lawsuit opposing a proposed constitutional amendment addressing victim’s rights less than one month before Pennsylvanians vote.
In response to news reports last weekend that at least one additional administration whistleblower has come forward to say what he or she knows about President Trump’s Ukrainian schemes, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham tweeted, “I’ve seen this movie before — with Brett Kavanaugh. More and more doesn’t mean better or reliable.”
The North Penn-Mansfield Panthers are catching fire late in the season, winning their third straight game to put them over the .500 mark for the first time this season. The Panthers claimed a …
After coming up with a big win against the Sayre Redskins last week, the North Penn-Mansfield Lady Panthers soccer team fell short in their two home contests this week. The Panthers lost an ex…
After having a dominant season and claiming back-to-back NTL titles for the first time in nine years, the Hornets fell just short of the Cowanesque Valley Indians golf team to secure a second …
The Wellsboro Hornet football team entered Friday with a 2-1 record on the road and have won four straight after losing their only game of the season to the Troy Trojans as they headed into th…
Amber Weightman, was recently recognized at Bradford-Tioga Head Start, Inc.’s All Staff Meeting as part of the program’s Employee Recognition Program.
The Community Blood Bank is hosting a blood drive Monday, Oct. 7 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital 3236 Central Ave., Wellsboro.
The Masonic Lodge #317 will host a Red Cross blood drive from 1-6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at the lodge at 8 Kelsey St., Wellsboro.
Dr. Ryan Kio, chiropractor, has joined Dr. Bruce Fink at the Multi-Care Clinic on South Main Street in Coudersport.
Commonly known as ALS, the condition is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, and it is always fatal. The affected motor neurons deteriorate and the brain and spinal cord lose their ability to send signals to muscles, which begin to atrophy. As muscles lose nourishment, those affected lose their ability to speak, move, eat and breathe. The average life expectancy of those afflicted with ALS is two to five years, and there is no cure.
Project Fit America is a charity that works alongside educators to create opportunities for kids to stay active and healthy. It offers fitness grants and programs to help fund resources such as equipment, teacher training and curriculum. The goal is not only to get students involved physically, but also nurture an environment in which children enjoy living a healthy lifestyle. For the past five years at Homer-Center Elementary, in Homer City, Pennsylvania, that opportunity to stay active has been the Lub Dub Run Club.