A home invasion and armed robbery occurred at 3 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 24 at a residence on Charleston Street, Charleston Township in Tioga County, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
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A small anti-Trump protest was held in front of the Potter and Tioga County Courthouses on Monday.
WELLSBORO — A small anti-Trump protest was held in front of the Tioga County Courthouse on Monday morning.
As the air turns chill, many people crave a little something seasonal and substantial with the morning coffee or afternoon tea. The Wellsboro Growers Market vendors are at the ready this fall with apple, pumpkin, and other timely treats.
As you’re winterizing your house and pulling out your sweaters, it’s also time to start getting your pet ready for colder weather.
Nothing says warmth and comfort during colder months like a homemade meal. These fall-inspired dinner, lunch, snack and dessert recipes are perfect for the upcoming season and holidays.
TIOGA — A model of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon created by a 3D printer at Mansfield University is now on view for visitor at the welcome center on Route 15 south.
Two years ago, Lauren and Drew Allen cast off their corporate jobs in downstate Chester County and relocated to Wellsboro in pursuit of making their dream a reality. In November 2019, the couple opened Antiques Around Us, a carefully curated antique store at 31 Waln Street in Wellsboro.
MANSFIELD — A family business started in 1946, Case’s Mansfield Cider Mill, owned by Chris Case, has officially opened for the season.
NELSON — Nelson Township Supervisors will replace the snow plow for the winter after decision was made at the September meeting.
The following individuals faced court action before Judge James Edgcomb.
Tagsylvania returns this fall and will provide haunted houses and Halloween attractions for the community to enjoy. Even with COVID-19 restrictions, the staff at Tagsylvania will open in Big Flats, N.Y., Sept. 26.
Galeton — Local teenagers are finding an outlet to express themselves on Monday nights at the Pine Creek Inn, where Tesha and David Merwine, the owners, provide a safe space for people to talk about tough things that happen in life.