Members of the United Fire Company in Montrose (above) in their dress blues just prior to the recent Memorial Day parade. United Fire Company’s station on Monument Ave (below) was added onto the former Jessup Mansion, which was purchased in 1955 and has become home to an extensive collection of firefighting
Owners and managers of businesses in downtown Montrose feel that they have weathered the pandemic well and are ready to move forward by providing more products and services to consumers in the area. Story and photos by Rick Hiduk (Originally published in the Susquehanna County Independent) The pace of downtown
By Sue Palackas (Also published in the Kitson Arts Alliance North Branch News) The holidays have arrived in Montrose. The streets are adorned with greens and white lights, and Slanted Art is overflowing with holiday spirit. Our windows on the corner of Church Street and Route 29 have come alive
Endless Mountains Health Systems food bank volunteers (above, from left) Paula Anderson, Sandra Howell, Judy Cannon, and Valarie Brewer got a visit from Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation external affairs manager Bill desRosiers (right) during their May 22 food distribution. A recent cash donation by Cabot allowed them to purchase
Slanted Art Coop members (top, from left) Penny Eldred, Kathy Taylor and Susan Zellner invite art lovers to check out the wide array of items at the recently opened shop at the corner of Church Street and Public Avenue in Montrose. A grand re-opening celebration is slated for Saturday, Feb.