Gabriella Grace Bush, 19, of Wellsboro, was charged with disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and public drunkenness following a report of disturbance on a walking path near the dorms of Mansfield University on Aug. 17. Bush was found yelling and unaw…

Theodore Joseph Petrosky, 39, of Valencia, was charged with two counts of driving under the influence, endangerment of welfare of children, unlawful operation on streets and highways, unlawful operation of ATV without helmet and failure to display plate following a traffic stop on Elk Run Ro…

Larry William Atkinson, 57, of Morris Run, was charged with unsworn falsification to authorities following an incident where police found Atkinson to have provided false information at a Walmart in Richmond Township on March 20. Atkinson attempted to purchase a firearm at Walmart and falsifi…

Hervey F. Howell, 62, of Galeton, was charged with possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Route 6 in Gaines Township on Aug. 15. Howell’s vehicle was observed to be in violation with inspection rules and regulations with tinted windows and an external exhaust repair. Marijuana w…

A shooting that occurred in Middlebury Township on Sunday, Sept. 6 left two people dead, including the alleged shooter, according to police.

The following individuals faced court action in the Elkland District Court, District Judge James Edgcomb presiding.

Todd Lee Tomlinson, 50, of Mansfield, was charged with two counts of driving under the influence, driving on roadways laned for traffic, driving past speed limits, careless driving and accidents involving damage to vehicle following a report of a one-vehicle crash on State Road 549 on April …

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The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that on Aug. 27, David Piaquadio, 63, of Galeton, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Christopher C. Conner to 20 years’ imprisonment following his conviction for conspiracy to distribute oxycodone, …

The following individuals faced court action in the Elkland District Court; Judge James Edgcomb presiding.

Christopher Scott Grimes, 55, of Wellsboro was charged with possession of a controlled substance, failure to provide license, driving past maximum speed limits and not following restrictions of alcoholic beverages following a traffic stop on July 11. Police found an open container of beer in…

Tanner Ashton York, 21, of Mansfield was charged with two counts of driving under the influence, careless driving and failure to meet general lighting requirements following a traffic stop at the Welcome Center in Tioga Township on May 30. York exhibited signs of impairment during a standard…

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COUDERSPORT — The preliminary hearing for the three Galeton residents accused of the murder of 19-year-old Joshua Ramos was held on Friday, Aug. 14. Two witnesses testified over the course of 6.5 hours in the Potter County Courthouse, with Galeton Magisterial District Judge Chris Kalacinski …

VALLEY FORGE, Pa., Sept. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Vanguard today announced steps to align its money market lineup with changing market dynamics. Vanguard has a long history of refining its fund offerings in an effort to best meet investors' needs and to adapt to shifting market dynamics. After careful review, Vanguard determined that the limited supply of specific short-term municipal securities available in Pennsylvania (PA) and New Jersey (NJ) makes it no longer possible to meet the investment objectives and maintain the diversification and risk profile of the $1.8 billion Vanguard Pennsylvania Municipal Money Market Fund and the $1.2 billion Vanguard New Jersey Municipal Money Market Fund. Vanguard has closed both funds to new investors and plans to liquidate each of the funds in November. Vanguard will continue to invest in the PA and NJ money market universes as part of its national Municipal Money Market Fund and its PA and NJ long-term tax-exempt funds.

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PITTSBURGH, Sept. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: PNC) today announced the redemption on Oct. 6, 2020, of all of the outstanding Senior Notes due Nov. 5, 2020, issued by PNC Bank, National Association in the amount of $1,500,000,000 (CUSIP 69353REU8). The securities have a distribution rate of 2.450 percent and an original scheduled maturity date of Nov. 5, 2020. The redemption price will be equal to $1,000 per $1,000 in principal amount, plus any accrued and unpaid distributions to the redemption date of Oct. 6, 2020.

I’ll confess: There was a time when I would have considered the question facing Republicans a no-brainer. Of course they should seize this opportunity to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a conservative. Moving the courts — especially the Supreme Court — rightward has been a conservative lodestar for generations. It remains one of the last tenets of pre-Trump conservatism that still largely unites the right.

TIOGA — The Williamon Warriors boys soccer team put together a strong defensive effort against a solid Troy team on Thursday, Sept. 17, but were unable to put any goals on the board falling by…

WELLSBORO — The Wellsboro Lady Hornets volleyball team (3-0) entered their Thursday, Sept. 17 matchup undefeated, and left with their flawless record intact as they swept the Troy Lady Trojans…

A big game from Avaree Kellert helped Coudersport volleyball team beat Northern Potter, 3-1 (25-20, 13-25, 25-17) last Thursday night.

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 in the Susquehanna region will offer free prostate screenings on Wednesday, Sept. 30 at SH Urology, 1705 Warren Ave., Suite 206, Williamsport.

In recognition of October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, UPMC in the Susquehanna region will offer $55 mammograms to women with limited or no insurance coverage and no prior history of breast disease. These screenings will be offered on a first come, first served basis, and appointment…

There is an old joke that asks, How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL), representing more than 14,000 nursing homes and assisted living communities across the country that provide care to approximately five million people each year, has called on Congress to ensure dedicated funding and priority attention is given to long-term care residents and caregivers.