Jeffrey Michael Blair, 30, of Lawrenceville, was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with DUI — high rate of alcohol, DUI — general impairment, careless driving and disregarding traffic lanes. On Sept. 28, Blair allegedly hit a telephone pole while driving on N. Williamson Road, Covington T…

The following individuals are scheduled to appear before District Judge Robert Repard in Wellsboro.

Wellsboro Borough Police Chief Jim Bodine alerts businesses and residents that counterfeit $20 dollar bills are being circulated heavily around the area again.

Todd Wesley Crawford, 51, of Mansfield, was charged by Mansfield Borough Police with unsworn falsification to authorities. On March 20, Crawford allegedly falsified information on an application for a firearm at Cooper’s Sporting Goods, Mansfield. A preliminary hearing is set for Jan. 6.

The following individual is scheduled to appear before District Judge Robert Repard in Wellsboro:

The following individuals will face court action in Wellsboro District Court, Judge Robert Repard presiding.

Paul Joseph Isadore, 34, of Wellsboro, was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with possession of a small amount of marijuana, scattering rubbish and damaging property with a motor vehicle. On Oct. 17, Isadore allegedly drove on private property on West Branch Road, West Branch Township, ca…

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


State police in Mansfield are enlisting the public’s help to find the suspect(s) who burglarized two businesses in Elkland. Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers is offering a possible cash reward for information helping to solve the cases.

TIOGA -- The Cowanesque Valley Indians (1-3) were able to capture their first win of the season when they took down Williamson (0-4) by a score of 56-52 on Saturday, Jan. 16 in a close, thrilling contest. 

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TIOGA — The Williamson Lady Warriors (1-5) fell just short of taking down the Troy Lady Trojans (2-1) on Saturday, Jan. 16 as they lost their third game of the season by a score of 27-22.

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C&N (Citizens & Northern Corporation, NASDAQ: CZNC), the leading financial services company in the region, announced that Doris Merrick has been named to the C&N Wealth Management team as vice president and senior trust tax officer based in Wellsboro.

Randall E. Black, CEO and president of Citizens Financial Services, Inc. and First Citizens Community Bank, was recently named to the Penn State University board of trustees as a result of his ability to lead a successful financial services organization, along with his dedication to the agri…

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Truck-Lite Co., LLC, a worldwide leader in LED lighting and visibility systems, has completed expansion efforts at its Coudersport and McElhattan, facilities. The completion of each 15,000+ square-foot addition comes amid the recent acquisition of ECCO Safety Group by Clarience Technologies,…

To date in December, there have been 795 new positive cases of COVID-19. From Dec. 16-22, these zip codes have seen new confirmed positive cases:

The Annual Medicare Open Enrollment has ended, and the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period will begin Jan. 1, 2021. Medicare beneficiaries can switch from one Medicare Advantage Plan (excluding Medical Savings Accounts, cost plans and PACE) to another Medicare Advantage Plan, or to Ori…

“The pandemic has worsened stress, as boundaries between home and work have been blurred,” says Dr. Alex Dimitriu, founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine in Menlo Park, California. “Kids, pets, home life and other distractions now interfere with people’s attempts to work. The lack of social contacts or vacations to punctuate our lives have also added stress during COVID. Working remotely, through video visits and little in-person interaction has also significantly limited the multimodal ways we used to work — when we worked in person. For many, COVID had become Groundhog Day, with each day melting into the next, and this is hard.”