Several departments responded to a structure fire in the 500 block of Catlin Hollow Road, Charleston Township, just after 2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22.
This Saturday, Oct. 23, is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, an event sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to help raise awareness and give citizens across the Commonwealth the opportunity to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs.
Once-brilliant colors are beginning to fade to brown and trees will eventually be bare, but there may still be a little time to soak in the autumn color in Tioga and Potter counties.
The Homecoming King and Queen for both North Penn-Liberty and North Penn-Mansfield high schools were crowned at the football game Friday night, Oct. 15.
WELLSBORO — A photograph helped a Wellsboro family identify a rare disease in their toddler, and get him the treatment he needed. Now they are working to raise awareness to prevent childhood blindness.
BLOSSBURG — Residents here don’t like living near properties that are in disrepair or untidy, and spoke to council about the issue at the Oct. 13 meeting.
Many questions about firearm laws and safety were answered during a seminar hosted by Reps. Clint Owlett and Martin Causer on Monday, Oct. 18 at the Tri-Town Fire Hall in Ulysses.
Nelson Township supervisors heard from Emergency Management Coordinator Tom Shaw, who reported that the county’s Hazard Mitigation Plan is in the draft form with adoption expected in November.
An updated press release from PennDOT clarifies that all major work on a bridge on Route 287, Tioga Township, is complete as of Monday, Oct. 18.
Motorists are advised that a portion of Route 3009 (Roundtop Road) will be closed next week in Charleston Township, Tioga County, for a pipe replacement project.
After a hiatus last year due to COVID-19, the Potter County Senior Citizens Expo hosted by Rep. Martin Causer returned to the Roulette Fire Hall last Friday, Oct. 8.