Cortney Tabb, new Director of the Children’s Advocacy Center for Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties Edited from Submitted Materials The Family Service Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania (FSA) has named Cortney Tabb as the new Director for the nonprofit’s Children’s Advocacy Center for Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties (CAC). “We are excited toContinue Reading

Seasoned musicians performing as String Swing at the Reimel Centre in Montrose On Wednesday evening include Eric Aceto, Wayne Gottlieb, and Chris White. By Rick Hiduk (Originally published in the Susquehanna County Independent) The Reimel Centre in the Church Street Marketplace will take its turn tonight as host venue forContinue Reading

Celebrating the unveiling of the first Semiquincentennial Liberty Bell to be presented in Pennsylvania are (from left) George Stark of Coterra Energy, Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust board member Darryl Gore, America250PA chairman Patrick Burns, America250PA executive director Cassandra Coleman, DFCLT president Denise Dennis, DFCLT board member Lonnie Moore III,Continue Reading

The view of the Susquehanna River bridge at Tunkhannock in Wyoming County was all but occluded by Canadian wildfire smoke again on Thursday, as seen from the public boat launch in Riverside Park. The haze is expected to clear over the next 24 hours as warm, humid air rushes inContinue Reading

Representatives of The Dennis Farm and Keystone College gather at a planning session for the upcoming June 28 event celebrating a special semi-quincentennial Bell Presentation ceremony honoring The Dennis Farm as one of the nation’s most revered historical landmarks in anticipation of the nation’s 250th anniversary in 2026. From theContinue Reading

CHOP CEO and founder Dani Ruhf (center) meets with Pivot Physical Therapy employees Shane Chapman (left) and Bill Frye on Monday morning at the Pivot facility in Tunkhannock. Within minutes, Frye stepped off on a 23.7-mile walk to Wyalusing – the first leg of his annual five-day Walk For HungerContinue Reading