Wyoming County Housing & Redevelopment Authorities grants administrator Lisa Hahn (top, left) distributes an agenda to county commissioners (from right) Tom Henry and Judy Mead and solicitor Paul Litwin concerning 2017 CBDG applications. Wyoming County chief clerk Bill Gaylord (above) displays a plaque presented by the County Commissioners Association of
Bradford County Commissioner Doug McLinko announced that he is running for Congress to represent the citizens of the 10th Congressional District. “We need public servants to step forward and help lead our country out of this mess, and the President needs conservatives he can count on to stand with him
Submitted Article Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) reminded residents the deadline for the Property Tax/Rent Rebate program is Dec. 31, and that her staff can assist applicants during special office hours through December, as well as at her full-time locations in Sayre and Towanda. “The Property Tax/Rent Rebate deadline falls on
Photos and mural below by Karen Black For the second time in three years, a waterway in the Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) has been nominated for Pennsylvania’s “River of the Year.” In 2016, EMHR and the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership (SGP) successfully petitioned area residents to cast enough online votes
Submitted Article Rep. Karen Boback (Lackawanna/Luzerne/Wyoming) announced her outreach hours for December. Representatives from several different organizations will offer assistance at her district offices throughout the month. Please note: Offices will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25, for Christmas. The Mobile Vet Center will be in the Ace Hardware-Brady and
Displaying a prototype of a Susquehanna County Heritage Attractions sign that will be installed in Montrose in the spring are (top, from left) Susquehanna County Free Library director Susan Stone, Susquehanna County Historical Society Museum curator Betty Smith, Montrose Borough Council member Craig Reimel, Montrose Restoration Committee representative Brian Leone,
Submitted Article The hugely successful “Journey to Bethlehem” will be presented again for Christmas 2017. Sponsored by the Tunkhannock United Methodist Church as a free gift to the community, the event will take place on both Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9, between 6 and 9 pm both nights.