By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to readers) The Bradford County commissioners approved a new agency partnership and a realignment of management to help ease staffing stress at the Bradford County Manor and for Children & Youth Services. They also provided information for upcoming COVID vaccination clinics for veterans and personsContinue Reading

Slanted Art Co-op members and supporters who are excited about their upcoming move to the former Lee’s Furniture Store on Church Street include (from left) Deb Reimel, Susan Zellner, Jesse Jackson, Rip Howard, Greg Flanagan, Sue Palackas, Rita Eddy and Chris Lathrop. By Rick Hiduk (Also published in the SusquehannaContinue Reading

Participants in the 13 to adult group (top) make a mad dash for eggs in Meshoppen’s Community Park. In addition to candy and small toys, numbered slips found inside some of the eggs could be redeemed for nice prizes, like a utility cart won by 13-year-old Kalei Timerman (above), aContinue Reading

Submitted Article / Photo by Rick Hiduk Grab your phone or your camera and hit us with your best shot in the 10th Annual Susquehanna Greenway Photo Contest: Treasured Towns and Landscapes of the Susquehanna. This free-to-enter photo contest offers individuals of all ages and ability levels the opportunity toContinue Reading

Story by Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to readers) After seven years as a board member of Mental Health & Intellectual Disabilities Services of Luzerne and Wyoming Counties, Wyoming County commissioner Tom Henry was sworn in this morning as its new chairman. “I have so many other passions as my jobContinue Reading

Main Street in Canton (top) as it appeared around 1900, and (above) the Lewis Block, which contained an opera house, a bank and Canton’s post office. Story by Rick Hiduk / Photos courtesy Bradford County Historical Society and the LeRoy Heritage Museum (Also published in Living Bradford County Magazine) IfContinue Reading

Submitted Article Following a long awaited announcement, Pennsylvania summer camps will be permitted to reopen for the summer 2021 season. Senator Lisa Baker (20th district) called this decision a victory not just for children and families across Pennsylvania, but also for northeastern Pennsylvania’s economy. “Last year, Governor Wolf’s decision toContinue Reading

By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to readers) The Eaton Township supervisors met with the Wyoming County commissioners on Tuesday to finalize a deal between the two entities for the reopening Roadside Rest Park. The once popular family destination was closed two years ago due to an influx of people usingContinue Reading