The Endless Mountains Heritage Alliance was in full attendance at a meeting held recently in Sullivan County. Among those reviewing the new year’s itinerary and grants cycle were (top, standing, from left) Wyoming County Commissioner Judy Mead, Susquehanna County Commissioner Betsy Arnold, Bradford County Commissioner Ed Bustin, and Sullivan CountyContinue Reading

Today, HeritagePA, the state’s collective body of the 12 state-designated Heritage Areas, issued the following statement from Association President Jane Sheffield (above) in response to Governor Tom Wolf’s proposed budget: “HeritagePA applauds Governor Wolf for including critical funding for the Heritage Areas Program within the Department of Conservation and NaturalContinue Reading

  Tunkhannock Area High School business students (above, front, from left) Caitlin Nicodemus, Kira DeRemer, Alexis Mock, Jane Kircher, Angela Colbenson, (back) Christian Corker, Chris Jaskulski, Keegan Cook, Ethan Hoefert, and Tony Mastroianni and TAHS school-to-career coordinator John Shaffer were special guests at the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce EducationalContinue Reading

Photos by Rick Hiduk Downtown Wyalusing in Bradford County seemed as dreary as any town in the Endless Mountains on Tuesday, despite the ongoing renovation of Main Street (above) and the brightening of many storefronts and classic building facades. Temperatures will hold steady early today as winds shift from theContinue Reading

On Saturday, April 8, The South Creek Lions Club, located on Route 14 in Gillett, will serve a roast beef and ham dinner. On Saturday, May 13, the meats will be roast beef and turkey. Dinners include real mashed potatoes, vegetables, baked beans and home-baked bread, plus dessert. Cost isContinue Reading

Deputy Warden Gordon Traveny (above, left) and President Judge Russell Shurtleff confer during the monthly meeting of the Wyoming County Prison Board on Feb. 7. Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Deputy Warden Gordon Traveny was pleased to announce this morning that there are currently only 69 inmates in theContinue Reading

To help local fire and ambulance companies continue providing life-saving services to communities and residents throughout the 110th District, State Rep. Tina Pickett (above) recently announced that 32 fire and ambulance companies serving communities in the 110th Legislative District will share more than $437,000 in state grants. “Fire and ambulance companies face soContinue Reading