Participants in a reception for western Susquehanna County firefighters, hosted by Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation on April 25 included (from left) Bill desRosiers, Brody Webster, and Steve Watson of Cabot; Commissioner Betsy Arnold; Silver Lake Fire Company officers Rodney Stephens, Joe Tims, Carolyn Finch, and Gary Henry; Rep. JonathanContinue Reading

Susquehanna County Sheriff Lance Benedict (top, back, left) welcomed local Cub Scouts to the courthouse recently to work with his department and that of the district attorney to learn about forensics for a merit badge. On April 14, Benedict will be honored by the Baden-Powell Council of the Boy ScoutsContinue Reading

1981 Susquehanna Dairy Princess and County Commissioner Betsy Arnold (above, center) was more than happy to join her modern counterparts, Susquehanna County Dairy Ambassadore Alivia Hughes (left) and Alternate Princess Victoria Clark during Ag Day on March 2. Participation in the Sizzlin’ Steak 4-H Club from Kingsley is largely a familyContinue Reading

  Submitted Article Forest City Borough will receive $273,000 from PennDOT’s Multimodal Transportation Fund, Rep. Jonathan Fritz (Susquehanna/Wayne) announced today. The funds will facilitate a streetscape project along the east side of the 400, 500 and 600 blocks of Main Street in Forest City, including replacement of concrete sidewalks andContinue Reading

Dana Rockwell (above, center) addressed a variety of community and heritage organization leaders on Monday evening about his ideas of developing a heritage corridor in the area of Susquehanna Depot, Lanesboro and Oakland by combining historical and natural assets. The presentation preceded a meeting of the Susquehanna Community Development Associations,Continue Reading

Dave Inman (top, center) manned the auger on Monday morning at Fitch’s Pond near Springville, joined by his wife, Gail (right), and neighbor Clinton Severcool of Lake Carey. Making the drive from the Wyoming Valley to Susquehanna County for a day of ice fishing on Monday were (above, from left)Continue Reading

Displaying a prototype of a Susquehanna County Heritage Attractions sign that will be installed in Montrose in the spring are (top, from left) Susquehanna County Free Library director Susan Stone, Susquehanna County Historical Society Museum curator Betty Smith, Montrose Borough Council member Craig Reimel, Montrose Restoration Committee representative Brian Leone,Continue Reading

Submitted Article Old Mill Village in New Milford will once again host its annual Victorian Christmas Tea on Saturday, Dec. 9. The Christmas tradition will take place at the Old Mill Village Church on the Green, 49 Park Place, in New Milford from 11 am to 4 pm. This isContinue Reading