submitted article Do you have a history of addictions recovery and want to help others? The 54-hour Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) is a Peer Support position formally recognized by the Pennsylvania Certification Board. Participants will receive education in Recovery Management, Education & Advocacy, Professional Ethics & Responsibility, Confidentiality, and Addictions.Continue Reading

The panorama of Forkston and Mehoopany townships (top) and a “Tangerine Sunset” over Meshoppen (above) are just some of the aspects of everyday life that catch new contributor, Kristen Marshall’s, photographic eye. Photos by Kristen Marshall Kristen is a 29-year-old Meshoppen resident whose family has lived in the area forContinue Reading

submitted article BeST Transit (serving Bradford, Sullivan and Tioga counties) is looking for feedback from area residents and riders on possible route expansions within its coverage area. The local transit agency has already posted two surveys on its website geared towards information it wants to gather for route expansions withinContinue Reading

Submitting photos of sweeping vistas like French Azilum in Bradford County (top), the Starrucca Viaduct at Lanesboro in Susquehanna County (above), Dushore in Sullivan County (below), Tunkhannock in Wyoming County (bottom) and other scenes showing weather conditions for EndlessMtnLifestyles.com’s “Weather Window” is one small way to represent your neck of theContinue Reading

Approximately 70 people gathered in Mildred on April 18 to hear the details about a potential medical marijuana facility in the former Mattern Building (top) from a panel made up of (above, from right) Sullivan County Commissioners Brian Hoffman, Donna Iannone, and Wylie Norton, and business representatives, Cornelius Merlini, BrianContinue Reading

The U.S. Navy Bluegrass Band, featuring Danny Stewart Jr. of Sugar Run on upright bass (top, far right), will be among the headliners on the roster of the 10th annual NEPA Bluegrass Festival at Tunkhannock this year. Another key act will be the Gibson Brothers (above). Fans of bluegrass musicContinue Reading