Several departments responded to a structure fire in the 500 block of Catlin Hollow Road, Charleston Township, just after 2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22.
This Saturday, Oct. 23, is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, an event sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to help raise awareness and give citizens across the Commonwealth the opportunity to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs.
This year, voters will select five people to fill openings on the Wellsboro Area School District board of education: four four-year and one two-year post.
Once-brilliant colors are beginning to fade to brown and trees will eventually be bare, but there may still be a little time to soak in the autumn color in Tioga and Potter counties.
MANSFIELD – According to figures from the U.S. Census Bureau, the borough saw a “dramatic” decrease in population since the last national census in 2010.
Alison Davey, 17, a senior at North Penn-Mansfield High School, was crowned the 2021 Flaming Foliage queen on Saturday, Oct. 9 at Bucktail Area High School, Renovo.
The Homecoming King and Queen for both North Penn-Liberty and North Penn-Mansfield high schools were crowned at the football game Friday night, Oct. 15.
WELLSBORO — A photograph helped a Wellsboro family identify a rare disease in their toddler, and get him the treatment he needed. Now they are working to raise awareness to prevent childhood blindness.
BLOSSBURG — Residents here don’t like living near properties that are in disrepair or untidy, and spoke to council about the issue at the Oct. 13 meeting.
Nelson Township supervisors heard from Emergency Management Coordinator Tom Shaw, who reported that the county’s Hazard Mitigation Plan is in the draft form with adoption expected in November.
COVID-19 grounded the witches and their brooms in 2020, but the dancing troupe will return for Wellsboro’s Halloween parade in 2021.
The Wellsboro Police Department hosted David Shallcross, director of senior protection for the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General, on Monday, Oct. 18.
(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said this week he’s not convinced the state should join a regional carbon cutting program that’s been a key piece of Gov. Tom Wolf’s climate change strategy.
(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania’s Legislative Reapportionment Commission certified U.S. Census Bureau population data this week as it stares down a Jan. 12 deadline for a draft map.
(The Center Square) – Six months after Gov. Tom Wolf’s veto, the Pennsylvania Senate approved a bill Tuesday that again codifies telemedicine “infrastructure.”
Every year, the last week of October is the national celebration of "Pro Bono" — no-cost legal service — for communities with limited access to legal resources. Local organizations and attorneys are staunch supporters of the effort, often from behind the scenes.
Allentown -- Two nationally-recognized institutions - The Association of Edison Illuminating Companies (AEIC) and Public Utilities Fortnightly - have awarded PPL Electric Utilities with a pair of awards for use of innovative technologies to reduce outages.
The Wellsboro Hornets football team (3-3) were a bit shorthanded coming into their Friday, Oct. 15 matchup against the Wyalusing Rams (2-5) but were still able to use an impressive defensive effort that forced five turnovers in a 24-6 victory and moved back to .500 on the year.
WELLSBORO — The Wellsboro Lady Hornets volleyball team (8-12) looked like a different unit from earlier in the season in their matchup here on Wednesday, Oct. 20 against the Coudersport Lady F…
The North Penn-Liberty volleyball team (12-3-1) continued their rampage through the Northern Tier League as they completed the season sweep over their rival Wellsboro Lady Hornets (7-10) on Tu…
The NP-Mansfield, Cowanesque Valley and Wellsboro boys and girls cross country teams all took the trip to Rome this past weekend as Northeast Bradford played host for the Northern Tier League …
The Williamson Lady Warriors volleyball bounced back from a tough loss to Wyalusing earlier in the week to upset the top Small School Northern Tier League Division-leading and sixth-ranked Cla…
Citizens & Northern Corporation announced its most recent dividend declaration and its unaudited, consolidated financial results for the three-month and nine-month periods ended Sept. 30.
The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that David Wilk, partner in Lepley, Engelman, Yaw & Wilk, LLC has again been selected for inclusion into its Top 100 Area of Practice Trial Lawyers in Pennsylvania, an honor given to only a select group of lawyers for their superior skill…
UPMC is offering $55 mammograms for those with no or limited insurance coverage in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Appointments are limited, and it is necessary to call the phone number of the location that is most convenient to you. Be sure to mention $55 mammograms when sched…
The Laurel Health Centers will host a drive-through clinic to deliver COVID-19 vaccines and flu shots on Oct. 13 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the Troy Laurel Health Center, located at 45 Mud Creek Road in Troy.
A community blood drive will be held at the Millerton United Methodist Church on Main Street, Millerton, from 1-6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15.
Flu season is almost here. UPMC Cole is offering free walk-in clinics for flu vaccinations as well as vaccinations by appointment.
The Annual Medicare Open Enrollment period takes place every year Oct. 15-Dec. 7. The coverage and costs of Medicare Prescription Drug Plans and Medicare health plans, known as Advantage Plans, can change from year to year.