MANSFIELD — There won’t be a Fourth of July parade in Mansfield again this year, but the chamber of commerce would like there to be one next year, if they can find volunteers to help organize it.
The following individuals are or were scheduled to appear before District Judge Robert Repard in Wellsboro.
Jacqueline Smith-Coco created and funded the Robert Swinsick Scholarship that was presented to an NP-MHS student at a reception in Mansfield June 2. She, along with Bill and Kathy McCord, contributed $1,000 each. Paul McMillen was incorrectly identified as Jay McMillen in the article on the …
According to the National Weather Service, Hurricane Agnes originated in the Caribbean Sea region in mid-June. It barely reached hurricane intensity for a brief period in the Gulf of Mexico.
The remnants of Hurricane Agnes caused extensive flooding damage and destruction in parts of Tioga County June 23, 1972, 50 years ago today.
With restorations complete, the Lounge inside the Penn Wells Hotel is finally open, re-welcoming locals, visitors and guests alike.
In today's technological world, it's easy to grab an electronic device, load an e-book onto it and start swiping left.
Liberty is planning to celebrate its annual Blockhouse Festival this Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26. The Blockhouse Festival takes place at Liberty Community Park and celebrates the history of the Liberty community with various activities and vendors.
As June, which is National Dairy Month, comes to a close, the Tioga County Dairy Promotion Team reminds everyone that it’s always a good time to consume dairy products and learn about the nutritional benefits of consuming them.
Mansfield University baseball’s all-time strikeout leader Hunter DePrimo ’22 has signed a professional contract to play in the Pioneer Baseball League ‘22 for the Billings Mustangs, on Thursday, June 16.
The Mansfield Destroyer (1-10-1) had a busy week of games that featured three double-headers and eight total games, but they were unable to come away with a single victory during that stretch.
The fishing duo of Colegan Stiner of Wellsboro and Connor Kapp of Benton opened up their PA BASS Nation Central Division Series for the Wellsboro Bassmasters on Saturday, June 18 at Raystown L…
WELLSBORO — The Wellsboro minors’ eight, nine, and 10-year-old All-Star team finished off their pool play this past week with an undefeated 2-0 record and pushed themselves to a top seed in th…
WESTFIELD -- In the final game of pool play for both the Tioga-Lawrenceville and Allegheny Mountain 10u All-Stars, the Allegheny Mountain team was able to score early and often on their way to…
Registration is now closed for all four of the free five-day Digital Animation Camps being held at the Deane Center for the Performing Arts at 104 Main St., Wellsboro.
Dr. Kristine Shaw of the Grand Canyon Veterinary Hospital at 23 Water St., Wellsboro announces the grand opening of the Grand Canyon Veterinary Surgery Center this Saturday, June 25 from 11 a.…
All races, persons of all sexual orientation and gender identity or gender expression, ability or disability, and ethnic heritage are welcome and invited to participate in every aspect of wors…
Renèe Michelle Abbott, daughter of Jeffrey and Valerie Abbott of Westfield, graduated from Cowanesque Valley High School Class of 22.
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Harrisburg, Pa. — A bill that would allow 17-year-olds to complete interior fire training with live burns has passed through the PA House of Representatives in a unanimous vote.
On June 24, the United States Supreme Court voted in Dobbs v. Jackson to overturn Roe v. Wade, the ruling saying the Constitution of the United States generally protects a pregnant woman's liberty to choose to have an abortion. The outcome is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.
(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania’s economy will have modest real economic growth but also a dip in tax revenues in the next fiscal year as one-time boosts fade away, according to the latest revenue estimates from the Independent Fiscal Office.
(The Center Square) – The future of abortion in Pennsylvania is an open question, as current state law protects it but both parties would like to change the law.
A look at reaction from Midstate and state lawmakers and organizations to the Supreme Court’s ruling Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years.
Welliver, provider of comprehensive construction services in New York State and Northern Pennsylvania, is pleased to welcome Richard Hoglund as Project Manager.
C&N team members participated in the American Bankers Association Education Foundation’s annual “Teach Children to Save” initiative.
Citizens Financial Services, Inc., the holding company for First Citizens Community Bank, announced that The Nasdaq Stock Market LLC has approved uplisting the company’s common stock to the Nasdaq Capital Market.
The Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative Board of Directors has promoted two employees to fill the vacant chief executive officer position at the cooperative.
The Board of Directors of Citizens Financial Services, Inc., the bank holding company for First Citizens Community Bank, recently declared a cash dividend for its shareholders.
UPMC Sports Medicine recently recognized and celebrated student athletes from 20 partnering school districts at the 2021-22 Champions Cup and Student Athletic Perseverance Awards.
How you can stop comparing yourself to the woman next to you and feel better about yourself and your body.
Community Blood Bank and the Pine Creek Valley Church are hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, June 22 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Galeton High School Library, located at 25 Bridge Street in Galeton to honor a local community member.
Thanks to generous support from the community, this year’s Friends of UPMC Wellsboro campaign exceeded its goal and raised more than $65,000 toward the purchase of a new van for transporting cancer patients from the northern tier to UPMC Hillman Cancer Center in Williamsport.
Beginner-friendly tips and moves you can use to kick off your yoga regimen.
It was heartening to see the high school graduates pictured in the June 9 Gazette, thinking of all the promise they hold for themselves, and for us, in their futures. It also caused me to reflect on my own graduation from North Penn Jr.-Sr. High School in Blossburg 50 years ago.
Meta Platforms, until October 2021 known as Facebook, is in turmoil. Infamous for its commitment to employing H-1B workers, and simultaneously undermining qualified U.S. tech workers’ careers, the Silicon Valley titan is finally getting its just rewards.
I watched one of my favorite movies the other night, “Quo Vadis.”