UPDATE: The westbound lane of Main Street is open as of 5:45 p.m. but the eastbound lane is still closed as crews remain on scene. Scanner reports said the fire was out as of 5:30 p.m.
WHITNEYVILLE — It’s been 10 years since the Tioga County Homeless Initiative opened, and Abby Thorborg, director of operations, plans to continue the mission.
WELLSBORO — Committees are continuing to work toward planning the 79th annual Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival, although the coronavirus may affect what it looks like.
With cows sometimes moving faster than the internet, parts of rural Pennsylvania have been left behind in the digital age. Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative, along with federal, state and local partners, is trying to change that.
After a rough year amidst a global pandemic, some jobs are returning to Tioga County. Last week, Victaulic announced it purchased the former Waupaca foundry in Lawrenceville and expects to add 90 jobs.
Emergency teams are responding to several crashes on Route 15 today, Feb. 22. Scanner report times are approximate and more information will be added as it is received.
Care to take your young son/daughter or grandchild on a backpacking trip? Perhaps you may think they’re a bit too young to shoulder the rigors of climbing mountains and hiking 20-mile days. Well, meet Christian “Buddy Backpacker” Thomas.
Rep. Clint Owlett (R-Tioga/Bradford/Potter) issued the following statement in response to Wednesday’s announcement that Victaulic had purchased the former Waupaca foundry in Lawrenceville.
MIDDLEBURY CENTER — The official start time is 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, but vehicles have already formed three lines in front of Sister Jenny’s Outreach Center to receive food from the supplemental drive-thru food pantry.
Chilly yet sunny weather greeted 44 teams for the CV Anglers Club’s third annual ice fishing tournament at Beechwood Lake last Saturday.
MANSFIELD — While PennDOT’s proposed Main Street project could enhance and improve the Mansfield borough, losing 19 street parking spaces isn’t ideal and could be detrimental to Main Street businesses, the borough council agreed during Wednesday’s meeting.
COUDERSPORT — Potter County Commissioners are taking steps to start a county demolition funds program by enacting a $15 fee onto every deed and mortgage recorded, which will then be used for the demolition of blighted properties within Potter County.