An ice jam in Nicholson in January could have resulted in much more damage to the town had not several natural gas companies and their project partners brought heavy equipment to the rescue. Nicholson borough council president Dawn Bell (top, foreground), mayor Charles Litwin (center) and SWN production manager Dave
Submitted Article NTRPDC representatives, including (from left) Cynthia Traore, International Trade Program Manager; Melissa Fleming, Deputy Director; Jody McCarty, Workforce Program Administrator; Nancy Kulick, Administrative Support Specialist; and Ethan Sexton, Community Development Program Manager exhibit winter clothing purchased for Kindness Day. In honor of Kindness Day, Northern Tier Regional Planning
Submitted Article The Colley Pub, located at 15615 Route 87 east of Dushore, recently changed hands to new owners, Anthony Sneidar Jr., and Anthony Sneidar III. The Colley Pub received a loan from the Northern Tier Regional Planning & Development Commission (NTRPDC) for $62,800 towards the purchase of the business.
Sun sprayed across windshields in Wysox Township in Bradford County and throughout the Endless Mountains this afternoon as temperatures surged into the 60s, setting records in many locales. Photo by Cory Wood Once the second wave of rain pushes through this evening, temperatures will plummet to more seasonal levels. Some
Submitted by FWU president Tina Carlin Farm Women United (FWU), a grass-roots association organized by farm women fed up with decades of being ignored and silenced by the powerful, global, corporate politico-industry “special interests” currently controlling this nation’s agricultural policies, announced their denunciation of the 2018 Farm Bill, which passed
Submitted Photo A new plaque featuring an excerpt from Pres. Abraham Lincoln second inaugural address has been installed in the Bradford County Veterans Memorial Park in Towanda. “We found it inspiring and a good fit for the general tone of our project,” said Joe Doherty, founder of the Bradford County
Submitted Article With the onset of winter’s inclement weather, Rep. Jonathan Fritz (Susquehanna/Wayne) announced that he will be suspending his satellite district office hours through January and February 2019. These satellite offices will resume their hours in March 2019. “Winter can be very unforgiving and create unsafe travel conditions.” said