Submitted Article Along with many local businesses and organizations, the Bradford County Regional Arts Council and its historic movie theaters in Canton, Sayre and Towanda, closed up shop and went home on March 18 to wait out the global pandemic. What initially was announced as a two-week closure turned into more
Submitted by the Bradford County Commissioners Office It is with very heavy hearts we share our sadness in the passing of our colleague Ed Bustin at the age of 59. This devoted friend, father, husband and grandfather’s life was suddenly cut short yesterday afternoon. Ed was appointed Bradford County Commissioner
Edited from submitted material The South Creek Lions Club will conduct a Pop-Up Food Pantry for all residents of the Fassett, Gillett, Mosherville & Ridgebury on Monday, April 27, starting at noon until supplies are gone. The distribution will be conducted in the parking lot next to South Creek Fire
Farmer Fred (top photo) guides children in the planting of spring flowers in egg cartons at last year’s Earth Day celebration in Bradford County. Above, youths line up to build bird houses that they can take home. By Rick Hiduk (Also published in Living Bradford County magazine) Since the Bradford
Submitted Article Northern Tier Regional Planning and Development Commission is planning Career Day at Towanda Area High School On Friday, March 20 and looking for businesses in the region to participate as presenters. All schools in Bradford and Sullivan counties are invited to the event. The morning session will be
Photo by Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Daily Review) Bradford County commissioners Ed Bustin (second from left) and Daryl Miller (right) participated in the Legislative Luncheon at the Pennsylvania Farm Show on Wednesday on their way to Washington, D.C., where they and commissioner Doug McLinko (not pictured) will make
Submitted article and photos The Library System of Bradford County, in collaboration with Wyalusing Rotary, hosted a free viewing of the movie “The Public” followed by an informative discussion about hunger and homelessness Nov. 21 as part of the Bradford County Regional Arts Council Community Conversations for Social Repair series.