The former home of Wyoming County Sheriff Robert Truesdale was torn down on Wednesday, after being damaged by fire several months ago. Most recently an apartment house, it was still revered as one of the more stately Victorian-style homes in the borough’s historic district. In fact, members of the 2017Continue Reading

Submitted Article Rep. Jonathan Fritz (Susquehanna/Wayne) invites area residents to a Concealed Carry Seminar, set for Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Hallstead/Great Bend Rod and Gun Club, 3340 Dubois St., Hallstead. The seminar will feature Susquehanna County District Attorney Robert Klein and Sheriff Lance Benedict. They will discuss the basics ofContinue Reading

Submitted Article The South Creek Lions Club will be holding a Turkey & Roast beef dinner on Saturday, Nov. 11 at 4:30 pm at the Lions Hall on Route 14 in Gillett. The meal includes real mashed potatoes, fresh baked squash, vegetables, baked beans, turkey dressing, homemade bread and home baked pies forContinue Reading

While Tunkhannock Middle School students (top) learned about courthouse square from Historic Tunkhannock Walking Tour guide Sandra Vieczorek on Tuesday morning, representatives from the Victims Resource Center, including (above, from left) Janet MacKay, Marrisa Featherman, Clarice Colwell, and Marylou Kurlancheek were inside the courthouse marking Domestic Violence Awareness Month withContinue Reading

Members of the Bradford County Prison Board, including (above, clockwise from left) Sheriff CJ Walters, Commissioner Doug McLinko, Dep. Warden Pete Quattrini, Commissioner Daryl Miller, Warden Don Stewart, and District Attorney Dan Barrett met at the courthouse in Towanda on Oct. 12. Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Just aContinue Reading

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Animal Care Sanctuary on Oct. 12 were (from left) board member Mary O’Malley Trumble, Bradford County commissioner Daryl Miller, board chairman Richard MacIntire, ACS director Joan Smith-Reese, and commissioner Doug McLinko. The commissioners, with chief clerk Michelle Shedden (above, left) held their public meetingContinue Reading