Photos by Rick Hiduk Mostly cloudy skies and cooler than normal temperatures will continue for Terry Township (top) and Asylum Township (above) in Bradford County and the rest of the Endless Mountains region today. Changes may be in store during the coming week as snow showers on Monday give way
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Neil Lewis (top, from left) and Matt Forrest of of Belles Monument Company, Bradford County Veterans Memorial Park Association (BCVMPA) associate Joe Doherty, and Keith Lewis of Belles flank the Veterans poem monument that was installed at the park in Towanda on March 27.
Photos by Rick Hiduk As Pennsylvania is one of the most flood-prone states in the nation, Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) is urging homeowners to consider flood insurance and take preventative measures now to protect their properties. “We need only be reminded of Tropical Storm Lee and Hurricane Irene and how
Rep. Tina Pickett (top, right) and House Education Committee Chairman Stan Saylor (top, left) have congratulated Sayre-based radio stations WATS/WAVR on the 35th anniversary of their award-winning Scholarship Challenge radio competition. The representatives also expressed their best wishes to all the teams that have competed in this year’s milestone contest.
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk On Tuesday, crews began the tedious demolition of the bridge that once connected Eaton Terrace with the rest of Eatonville, which straddles Bowmans Creek in Wyoming County. Eaton Township officials plan to have a new pedestrian and biking bridge constructed at the site. While
The Susquehanna River at Towanda has been on the move since Thursday, when Marguerite Fox Picou snapped these photos from her unique perspective next to Towanda’s Riverside Cemetery, the Association of which she serves as president. As reported at EML yesterday, the river ice at Tunkhannock is holding fast, with
The Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau (EMVB) has released its third annual Calendar of Events booklet. Nearly 30 full-color pages provide details for hundreds of festivals and fairs, workshops and seminars, tournaments and exhibits, as well as for a number of ongoing events scheduled from April 2015 to March 2016. The