Potter County’s Drug and Alcohol Administrator Colleen Wilber has been recognized for her contributions to the county with a $11,000 salary increase.
Governor Tom Wolf announced July 29 that the U.S. Small Business Administration approved his request to make financial aid available to residents in Bucks, Philadelphia and Tioga counties after severe storms caused devastating flooding and significant damage on July 12. Residents and busines…
The fugitive shot and killed by a U.S. Marshal’s officer in Gaines Township Tuesday, July 27, has been identified as Robert P. Uhler, 56, of Lebanon County.
Lawrenceville Firemen’s Ambulance Association celebrated its new building and a much-missed member who helped secure it before his death last September.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Wellsboro is celebrating vibrant new leadership. The Rev. Edward Erb and his wife Sue arrived in early June from Grace Episcopal Church in Honesdale.
WELLSBORO — Judge Timika Lane of Philadelphia spoke about her passion for helping those being oppressed at the annual picnic of the Tioga County Democratic Party on July 24.
WELLSBORO — The Tioga County Democrats hosted both state and local candidates at the annual picnic, held July 24 at Woodland Park here.
WELLSBORO — Bringing another perspective to Pennsylvania’s highest court in Pennsylvania is one reason why Kevin Brobson, currently serving on the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, is seeking office.
The staff, workers and community volunteers of Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week are celebrating its 42nd anniversary after being canceled the previous year due to the global pandemic.
KNOXVILLE — The borough council here learned during the July meeting that a council member will be leaving the area with a work-related transfer. One resident has shown an interest in filling the vacancy.
It’s been just over a year since three Galeton residents were charged with killing Joshua Ramos, 19, of Galeton. Here’s what’s happened in the case so far, according to police reports and court documents: