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FOLIAGE QUEEN

October 14, 2013 FARWELL — For the second time in three years, Jersey Shore Area High School is home to the Flaming Foliage Festival Queen as Leigh Ann Eisenhower was named the 65th annual Queen Sunday afternoon. more »»

Sweet and tangy

October 13, 2013 NORTH EAST — During “the season,” the smell of ripening grapes clings to the Lake Erie wind, traveling into homes and cars with open windows all around North East, a municipality in Erie County. more »»

State to now use new ‘performance profile’ to assess facilities

October 13, 2013 BLOSSBURG — The way the Southern Tioga School District uses data from Pennsylvania’s School Performance Profile to more comprehensively assess the academic performance of each of its schools has bee... more »»

Eastern State Penitentiary holds terror show

October 13, 2013 It’s probably a fair assumption that most Americans have been to some sort of “haunted house,” whether it be a rinky-dink setup at someone’s house during Halloween, or something as large as... more »»

Clinton County schools miss the mark

October 13, 2013 The state’s Department of Education released performance scores last week for most schools in the state, including schools in Clinton County, and the report cards show local schools missed the mark... more »»

Flaming Foliage Festival ‘65’

October 10, 2013 RENOVO — Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the 65th annual Pennsylvania State Flaming Foliage Festival will be held in the borough with the usual array of fun, food and festivitie. more »»

No increase projected for Mansfield property taxes

October 10, 2013 MANSFIELD — Borough property owners will not have to dig deeper next year to pay their property taxes, if the preliminary proposed budget remains the same as presented at Wednesday’s council meeting... more »»

Commissioners hear concern about gas lease royalty deductions

October 10, 2013 WELLSBORO — Tioga County resident Leon Kocher, of Covington Township, voiced his concern during a Tioga County Commissioner’s meeting Tuesday about the practice of the natural gas drilling industry... more »»

Board learns about teacher effectiveness

October 10, 2013 With the state Department of Education unrolling its new teacher evaluation system, a presentation at Wednesday’s Loyalsock Township School Board tried to explain how educators will be scored. more »»

Potential development would require zoning change

October 10, 2013 PENNSDALE — Ashler Inc. is looking to develop the land near Ashler Manor. Representatives from Ashler presented their ideas to the planning commission at Wednesday’s informational meeting. more »»

Councilman, resident dispute police coverage

October 10, 2013 MONTGOMERY — There was a heated discussion at the borough council meeting Tuesday night as to whether or not the police department is doing its job. more »»

Clear vision

October 6, 2013 TIOGA — Matt West, of Wellsboro, tourism information counselor at the state Department of Transportation Welcome Center, has received an IdeaLink Award for submitting an idea to promote tourism and... more »»

Woolly worm festival provides fun, winter weather prediction

October 6, 2013 LEWISBURG — Move over Punxsutawney Phil. Wintertime prognostication belongs to the woolly worm. more »»

Commissioners forgive more than $12,000 in taxes

September 28, 2013 WESTFIELD — Tioga County commissioners voted Tuesday at their monthly “on the road” meeting to forgive more than $12,000 in outstanding property taxes on the E.H. more »»

Students move into Sycamore Hall after delay

September 28, 2013 MANSFIELD — Mansfield University students who signed up for new housing at the university here were finally able to move in Friday, according to university officials. more »»

New details released in Tioga County homicide case

September 26, 2013 MANSFIELD — State police at Montoursville filed an affidavit of probable cause to obtain a search warrant in their search for the woman suspected in the Sept. more »»

Mansfield University facing staff eliminations

September 26, 2013 MANSFIELD — Facing a $14. more »»

Fabulous 1890s Weekend returns to Mansfield Friday, Saturday

September 25, 2013 MANSFIELD — The 21st celebration of the nation’s first ever night football game will once again take visitors back to a simpler era — the 1890s — this weekend at Smythe Park. more »»

In for the long haul

September 23, 2013 TOWANDA — When disaster strikes — as it did in the spring and fall of 2011 with the first unnamed storm and then Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee — there is a big push of volunteers and... more »»

Time to relax

September 15, 2013 WELLSBORO — Tioga County will lose two judges within months of each other. County Court of Common Pleas Judge Robert E. Dalton Jr. has announced he will retire Ja. more »»

 
 

 

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