The happy winner of the 2019 Larry’s Big Game contest was Brian Derstine, of Telford.
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BLOSSBURG — An agreement with Verizon Wireless, free meals and a COVID-19 update were all part of Southern Tioga’s school board meeting on Monday, Oct. 12.
WELLSBORO — This year, the county and voters both have an important role to ensure that every ballot is counted in the upcoming election.
The following individuals faced court action with Judge James Edgcomb presiding.
BLOSSBURG — The borough here adopted a proposed budget, which keeps all tax millage the same except for the library.
Solving a mystery is the quest for the main character in author Norman K. Clark’s first novel, “Into the Endless Mountains.”
WELLSBORO — If you drive through Wellsboro on Halloween Night, you may see a group walking through the twilight-darkened streets carrying lanterns.
ELKLAND — Borough council here plans to involve BORAL, a company located in the industrial park, in covering the costs of a recent water main break.
Nelson Township supervisors agreed not to support the annual trick or treating during the Oct. 12 meeting. The board agreed not to sanction the annual event due to concerns with the pandemic. No time or date was set.
Nikki Burger from Corning, N.Y., held a photo shoot to raise awareness about human trafficking. The event, #SaveOurChildren, was for women, men, boys and girls.
MANSFIELD — Local residents came out Saturday afternoon for a Tyler Ruef concert.
KNOXVILLE — Saturday, the borough hosted events during a fall festival for community residents to enjoy. Vendors, food, games and picture set ups were available as well as the Glover House open to show the Rails to History model made of Knoxville.
Colby Thomas Robbins, 19, of Harrison Valley, was charged with invasion of privacy and harassment following an incident in a residential bathroom. Robbins related to police that he photographed a woman as she changed her clothes in his bathroom. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 29.