The late Hazelle Brooks did everything in her power to make sure that Mehoopany would always have a school. A new organization seeks to ensure that the wishes of beloved teacher and librarian (above) are honored by repurposing the Mehoopany Elementary School Building (top) after it is closed by the TunkhannockContinue Reading

Photo and Story by DJ Marbaker This week residents received word that Brick’s Market would close. George and Jean Brick originally opened their doors in 1957. The local favorite has been on East Tioga Street in Tunkhannock borough since 1970. Since 1997 the store has been run by George andContinue Reading

Submitted Article The Tunkhannock American Legion donated $3,500 to Wounded Warriors of Pennsylvania at the Tunkhannock office of Rep. Karen Boback on Tuesday, Aug. 15. Participating in the check presentation were (from left) Walter Konopke, chaplain, American Legion Post 457; Brian Schillinger, member, American Legion Post 457; Charlie Stockage, commander,Continue Reading

Wyoming County Democratic Committee members (top, from left) Nadia Villanueva, Vicki Prekel, Peg Ball, Norm Ball, Sharon Neuman, Norm White, David Martin, Sandy Goodwin, and Cynthia Stevens prepare to start their Aug. 15 meeting, at which several new committee members were appointed, including (above, left) Jeffery Zimmerman, Patty Carbone, andContinue Reading

It’s time for the Towanda’s annual Riverfest, which is held along the banks of the Susquehanna River on the Merrill Parkway, running from Thursday to Saturday, Aug. 17 to 19. The Committee has been in full swing since spring planning all the fun activities for the event which will include fabulousContinue Reading