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Hughesville hires part-time officer

May 15, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Borough council on April 28 hired Ryan Travelpiece as a part-time police officer. He is a Hughesville native and knows the area. more »»

Tioga commissioners OK several contracts

May 14, 2014 WELLSBORO — Tioga County commissioners conducted several items of business contracts during their meeting here Tuesday. more »»

Accused killer held for court

May 14, 2014 WELLSBORO — Debra Lockett, 57, of 1489 Nauvoo Road, Morris, accused in the shooting death of Oliver Litzelman last September, was held for arraignment in Tioga County Court by District Judge Rob... more »»

Southern Tioga OKs proposed budget, tax hike

May 13, 2014 BLOSSBURG — The Southern Tioga School Board voted to approve its $29 million 2014-15 budget Monday, but it wasn’t unanimous. more »»

Jersey Shore’s board mulls new furniture

May 13, 2014 JERSEY SHORE — The Jersey Shore Area School Board is considering new furniture for the Jersey Shore Elementary School. more »»

Real horsepower

May 11, 2014 PROCTOR — It all begins with a horse. Today’s modes of transportation are touted for their horsepower, but early vehicles really were all about the horse power. more »»

Fry Brothers Turkey Ranch celebrates 75 years today

May 11, 2014 STEAM VALLEY — As his great-grandfather always said, restaurant Manager Nathan Fry still believes in “giving people a good meal at a decent price. more »»

Chain saw carvers to teach public workshop

May 11, 2014 PORT ALLEGANY — The sound of a chain saw doing its work is music to the ears of those whose motto is “if it’s wood, it’s good. more »»

Vehicle show to raise funds for education group in Hughesville

May 11, 2014 HUGHESVILLE — Chrome will shine on Saturday and engines will rumble through the borough as a vehicle show brings motorcycles, trucks, antique tractors and cars to the campus of the local high schoo. more »»

Master Gardeners offer composting workshops

May 11, 2014 The Lycoming County Master Gardeners will hold two composting workshops this spring. Both are free, but advance registration is required. In the first session — 9 to 11 a.m. more »»

Auction announces realized prices

May 11, 2014 DEWART LIVESTOCK MARKET Report for May 5 All animals sold per 100 pounds unless otherwise stated. CATTLE (190 head) •?STEERS: High Choice/Prime 3-4, 1,400-1,550 pounds, $146. more »»

Crash reconstruction on Routes 220, 199 set

May 11, 2014 State and local police have notified the state Department of Transportation in Bradford County of their intention to conduct a crash reconstruction at the intersection of Routes 220 and 199 in Athen... more »»

Region Events

May 11, 2014 Annual orchid show coming to Centre County STATE COLLEGE — The Central Pennsylvania Orchid Society will hold its 49th annual Orchid Show on Saturday and next Sunday at the Snider Agricultural Arena... more »»

Traffic lanes may change on I-180

May 11, 2014 Starting Friday, crossovers on Interstate 180 in Northumberland and Lycoming counties will become live. more »»

Charleston Township fire leaves family homeless

May 8, 2014 WELLSBORO — A double-wide mobile home at 5322 Orebed Road in Charleston Township went up in flames just before noon Tuesda. more »»

Canoe Camp Village sewer module touted

May 7, 2014 MANSFIELD — A sewer module for the Canoe Camp Creek Village housing development was presented to the Richmond Township supervisors during their monthly meeting Tuesday. more »»

‘Love of learning’

May 4, 2014 MANSFIELD — Nick Horner, co-director of Mansfield University’s Gifted Camp, says the camp has made some exciting changes this year and is looking forward to providing new opportunities for its... more »»

Candidates discuss Right to Know Law

May 4, 2014 Incumbent state Rep. Matt Baker, R-Wellsboro, is a native of Westfield. more »»

Adaptable strawberries can flourish in gardens or containers

May 4, 2014 Homegrown strawberries are a billion times better tasting than the hard, rarely ripe, flavorless selection in the supermarket. more »»

EPA moves toward allowing sale of new weed killer

May 4, 2014 MILWAUKEE (AP) — A new herbicide that environmentalists fear will contribute to the development of so-called superweeds is moving closer to federal approval. The U.S. more »»



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