Participating in the Nov. 6 meeting of the Meshoppen Borough Council were (top, from left) Mike Lloyd, Herb Bevan, Jack Vaow, Bruce Marshall, John Bunnell, Phyllis Adams, Christine Swilley, Doris Pickett, Mike Voorhees, and Bruce Pristner. Among items discussed was the potential renovation of the former Noldy Lumber Company building
Bradford County Prison Board members (top, clockwise, from left) Sheriff CJ Walters, Commissioner Ed Bustin, Deputy Warden Pete Quattrini, Commissioner Daryl Miller, Warden Don Stewart, DA Dan Barrett, and president judge Maureen Beirne (not pictured) met at the courthouse in Towanda on Sept. 14. Warden Stewart (above) speaks about a
The Bradford County Department of Human Services Building on Main Street (top) in Towanda needs safety upgrades, according to the Bradford County Commissioners (below), who met on May 25 and approved the hiring of Tim Erikson (above) and his wife as attendants at Mt. Pisgah County Park. Photos and Story
Photos by Nancy Verbryck & Mark Peterson/ Editorial by Rick Hiduk EndlessMtnLifestyles.com has helped to chronicle the rise to prominence of a number of local musicians in the past year, including Them Boys (above). As this weekly feature promoting entertainers in Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, and Wyoming Counties celebrates a first
Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Participating in the Jan. 14 meeting of the Wyoming County Commissioners were (from left) Solicitor James Davis, Commissioners Judy Mead, Tom Henry, and Ron Williams, and Chief Clerk Bill Gaylord. The Wyoming County Commissioners agreed on Jan. 14 that they would need to move
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk On Jan. 14, Dietrich Theater program coordinator (front, from left) Margie Young, Dietrich cultural program director Erica Rogler, Tunkhannock Public Library director Kristin Smith-Gary, and Mehoopany Area Library director Ina Hunter share with the Wyoming County Commissioners the details of the annual Wyoming County
By Rick Hiduk When I was still a kid in school, I loved the years when Christmas and New Year’s Day fell on Wednesdays, simply because it usually meant an extended holiday break. Never a big fan of school, I relished the extra time to play with my toys and,
(an edited submission by BCVMPA) The Bradford County Veterans Memorial Park Association (BCVMPA) is happy to announce completion of their second stage of construction – the parking lot at the base of the Veterans Memorial Bridge in Towanda. This is a pivotal event in the development of this landmark facility.