Dakota Michael Jones, 23, of Wellsville, was charged with trespassing, entering, criminal mischief-tampering with property and criminal mischief- damaging property following a report of trespass in Ulysses Borough on Oct. 7. Jones allegedly arrived at a residence to speak to another individu…

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Despite another strong performance by Oswayo Valley’s Jadyn Brabham, the Lady Green Wave volleyball squad fell just short of a big victory in a tight five-set contest at Elk County Catholic on Oct. 10.

Photographers can win up to $500 in the Pennsylvania Resources Council’s annual Gene Capaldi Lens on Litter Photo Contest. The program is designed to call attention to careless and illegal lit…

Today is Tuesday, Oct. 20, the 294th day of 2020. There are 72 days left in the year.

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ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Several leading national advocacy groups, including the American Diabetes Association (ADA), the nation's leading organization for all people living with diabetes, AARP and AARP Foundation, filed an amicus brief today in the U.S. Supreme Court to help defend the rights of older Alabama voters and those with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes. This follows a historic federal court ruling in Alabama earlier this month prioritizing the health and safety of voters living with chronic conditions. In a move demonstrating disregard for medically vulnerable Alabamians, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and the other defendants appealed the ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11(th) Circuit, prompting the ADA, along with AARP and AARP Foundation, to file this brief with the Supreme Court in response.

Dakota Michael Jones, 23, of Wellsville, was charged with trespassing, entering, criminal mischief-tampering with property and criminal mischief- damaging property following a report of trespa…

Timothy Dee Billings, 30, of Wellsville, N.Y., was charged with three counts of driving under the influence and disorderly conduct following a report of disturbance at the Dollar General Store…

Emily Mae McCall, 30, of Franklin, was charged with use/ possession of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop along Route 6 in Eulalia Township on Nov. 27, 2019. Police noticed a mislabel…

More than 540 UPMC Wellsboro employees recently took part in Operation One Shot, a mass flu vaccination readiness effort that will serve as a preparedness drill for a potential mass vaccination program for COVID-19. It is organized by a multidisciplinary group of experts across UPMC includin…

There’s no question about it: the last several months have been different, to say the least.

As challenging as the pandemic made spring and summer, it promises to make flu season significantly more difficult than usual, some in the medical community are saying.

The Potter County Drug and Alcohol Program reminds residents that if they or a someone they know is in need of drug and alcohol treatment, they can call Potter County Drug and Alcohol Program at 1-800-800-2560.

Whether you’re an athlete or just enjoying the outdoors, it’s important to drink plenty of water to stay properly hydrated. Sounds simple, but dehydration is more than a matter of being hot and thirsty.

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Here's the latest for Tuesday October 20th: DOJ sues Google on antitrust concerns; Turkish troops withdraw from Syria; Pope Francis conducts mass in mask; Israel uncovers militant tunnel in Gaza Strip.