Westfield Borough is reviewing the duties performed by its police force.
The Galeton Borough Authority moved forward with project plans by approving bids and quotes at its Sept. 7 meeting.
Elkland borough council paid a fine of $4,000 to the Department of Environmental Protection for violations in the sewer treatment plant in the borough. The fines were reduced after some misplaced paperwork was located.
Motorists are advised that a retaining wall project continues on Route 414 in Morris Township. The work is at the intersection of Wilson Hill Road and continues north for .58 miles toward Morris.
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Cloudy early with partial sunshine expected late. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 76F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph.
A few clouds from time to time. Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 63F. Winds light and variable.
Intervals of clouds and sunshine. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 77F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.
The North Penn-Mansfield Panthers football team (1-2) were unable to string together consecutive wins as Bald Eagle Area (2-1) proved to be too much as they pounded out a 50-7 win on Friday, Sept. 10.
The Williamson Lady Warriors (2-1) were able to connect on a late goal by Ella Churchill, assisted on by Ruby Sherman, in the 69th minute of play against the North Penn-Mansfield Lady Panthers…
The Wellsboro Lady Hornets were able to pull out a 3-0 win over rival North Penn-Mansfield on Wednesday, Sept. 8 for their first win of the 2021-2022 season.
The Wellsboro cross country teams kicked off their 2021-2022 season with a home meet against South Williamsport on Thursday, Sept. 9 where the boys and girls swept the Mountaineers for their f…
The Williamson Warriors boys soccer team (2-3) were unable to pick up back-to-back wins as they fell to Towanda 4-3 on Tuesday, Sept. 14 after picking up a big 5-0 victory over Northern Potter…
Monday, Sept. 20 is the deadline to register for Game Commission Night on Thursday, Sept. 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the Tioga County Fairgrounds, main building, at 2258 Charleston Road, Wellsboro.
Tioga mourned victims and honored heroes on the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, with its annual 9/11 memorial ceremony at Memorial Park.
Potter County residents can get real-time notifications of emergencies through the county’s free CodeRED system.
Twenty-nine construction students at Pennsylvania College of Technology have earned Certified Installer status from the Vinyl Siding Institute, the first to receive the value-added credential …
Auditor General Timothy L. DeFoor announced the release of audit reports for volunteer firefighters’ relief associations in Cambria, Chester, Clinton, Huntingdon, Montgomery, Potter, Tioga and…
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(The Center Square) – The Pennsylvania Senate Transportation Committee will consider a proposal next week that shields medical cannabis users from the state’s “zero tolerance” impaired driving penalties.
Police have identified the body found over an embankment along Route 6, Ulysses Township, in April, and the person allegedly involved in his murder.
The following individuals are or were scheduled to appear before District Judge Robert Repard in Wellsboro.
State police are investigating after a four-year-old boy from Camp Hill reportedly ingested “adulterated” gummy bears in Morris.
Cheyenne, an 11-year-old Australian shepherd, stands patiently during her bath. When it’s time to be brushed, she hops up on the lowered grooming table on command. It’s obvious she’s done this before.
Seneca Resources Company, LLC, the exploration and production segment of National Fuel Gas Company, announced that it has executed an agreement with Project Canary to seek an independent responsibly sourced gas certification for approximately 300 million cubic feet per day of the company’s A…
Jacobo Rendon hopes to inspire others to help preserve local bird populations in his native Colombia, by illustrating a guide he plans to donate to his local municipality. (Sept. 17)
Over the past two decades, Congress has repeatedly softened the blow of the federal estate tax by increasing the exemption amount – from $600,000 in 2000 to just under $12 million now.
Here’s another interesting COVID-enabled trend to ponder: More Americans are leaving big cities and the suburbs to live in rural communities, according to NextAvenue.com.
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At one point in his running, four-year war with the news media, former President Donald Trump referred to it as “the enemy of the people,” a remark which rightfully drew a cascade of denunciations from news organizations, academics, members of Congress and the punditocracy which inhabits cab…