Breaking News from Wellsboro PA

Find the latest Wellsboro PA News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.

Wildlife are special addition to hiking

Our regular weekly hikes are sometimes punctuated with unexpected and memorable events. One I vividly recall happened on the Mid State Trail in the Tussey Mountain area. My buddy and I were on a trail following a wild game food corridor. Approaching the top of a gentle rise I looked over his shoulde


Tax cuts hurt in the long run

T he Year of Jubilee is one of the most interesting concepts in Judeo-Christian culture. According to God, or Moses, or whoever wrote what we call the 25th chapter of Leviticus, every 50th year was to be a "year of jubilee," when all slaves were set free and all land that had been sold in the past h


Authority discusses water issues, solutions

Correspondent The Lawrenceville Borough Municipal Authority met Nov. 6 and learned that Lawrenceville has the highest level of manganese in the raw water, according to operator Caleb Geist who cited the Department of Environmental Protection with the information. Geist was asked by resident, Koleen


WENY News - The Salvation Army Starts It's 'Red Kettle Campaign'

ELMIRA, NY -- Across the country, volunteers with The Salvation Army are gearing up for the organizations annual Red Kettle Campaign. It's a community effort to help fund the many programs offered year round. In Chemung County, The Salvation Army starts it's season on Friday evening. Volunteers will


Lycoming County Housing Authority OKs 2018 budget

The $3.85 million plan includes rental income, operating subsidies and other revenues. The vote was 5-0 in favor of the budget. Voting yes were George Girio, Kenneth Young, Holly Baker, Alfreda Baer and Nicoya Catino. In other action, the board hired Mansfield Contracting to do building improvements

WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Notre Dame students take part in "Mercy Movement Day"

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Members of the sophomore class at Notre Dame High School left their mark of mercy on the local community Oct. 19 when they took part in the school's Mercy Movement Day. Under the guidance of campus minister Marie McCaig and some faculty and parent volunteers, the

STAR-GAZETTE - 2017-11-17 20:00:00

Side by side; a 200-year-old Thomas family tradition

TROY -- Snug on the crest of a curve, a comfortable warmth away from the chill of the mid November breeze, fruit resting on a plate on the counter, work gloves never too far away, three generations of men taking a scarce break in chairs around a wooden table; the stuff of novels...except for at the

DAILY REVIEW & SUNDAY REVIEW - 2017-11-19 11:00:00

Canton Borough brings junior members to the table

CANTON - Canton Borough Council welcomed two junior members to its ranks this week, swearing in high school students Emily Anderson and Katlyn Krise. Both young women attend Canton Junior/Senior High School, portray many levels of achievement in both academic and extra curricular activities, and hav


86 Alabama Baptist pastors sign letter against sex abuse

More than 85 pastors at Southern Baptist-affiliated churches in Alabama have signed a letter this week saying they denounce sexual abuse against women, although the letter does not mention U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. As of today there were at least 86 signees including the current president of

AL.COM - 2017-11-18 18:21:33

Deadline for parade entries extended

STAFF WRITER Kelly Lapczynski Think it's too early to be planning for Christmas? Think again. The Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce Christmas parade, set for Dec. 1, is just 14 days away and Executive Director Hope Sartain wants to be sure the date doesn't "sneak up on" folks who are still riffling


Crews work to restore power in several areas across Madison County

MADISON COUNTY, Ala. - Crews are working to repair power outages affecting multiple areas across Madison County. According to authorities, areas around the Huntsville International Airport, the city of Madison, New Market, and south Huntsville have been impacted. Crews have been dispatched and servi

WHNT-TV - 2017-11-19 00:44:47

Diagnostic scanner taken from truck

A vehicle diagnostic scanner valued at $8,000 and electrical tester worth $800 were stolen Thursday from a truck on South Maple Street, Shelbyville police said Thursday. The owner said a window on the truck was broken to gain entry. A television and police scanner were stolen from a Regent Drive hom

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2017-11-19 06:00:00

City: We can hold secret meetings

On three occasions in October the Shelbyville city council, the city manager and local law enforcement officials met in closed-door sessions without any public notice of their intent to hold a special meeting or what the reason for the meeting was. Whether notice of called non-public government meet

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2017-11-19 06:00:00

Parks & rec honored as best in state

STAFF WRITER Erin McCullough The Tullahoma Parks and Recreation Department has been recognized for its accomplishments throughout the last year by the Tennessee Recreation and Parks Association (TRPA), according to city officials. Director Kurt Glick announced during the Monday, Nov. 13 meeting of t

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2017-11-19 17:00:00

Local agencies benefit from foundation grants

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has announced more than $2 million in grants across its service area, including grants to six Bedford County-based agencies. The local agencies receiving funds from CFMT are Imagination Library; Caregiver Relief Program; Community Clinic of Shelbyville &


Erasing Hate: New tattoo marks new chapter for former white supr - WSMV News 4

"Not just colored people, not just Hispanic people...I hated everybody. I hated the world. I was mad at the world!" When white supremacists converged on Charlottesville, VA, this summer and sparked a deadly crash, and more recently during "White Lives Matter" rallies in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro,


Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade: A child's dream

Thirty-some years ago, I kicked my blue, hand-me-down Sorel boots in rhythm to the local marching bands as they trudged down College Avenue for the annual Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade. The old Jeep didn't start up on the first try, so we arrived to the parade later than we wished. To compensat

POST-CRESCENT - 2017-11-18 15:32:11

'A way of life': Judo athlete works toward Olympic dream in Appleton

APPLETON - Rameen Almozaffar hasn't always enjoyed judo. His older brother, Hamid, helped introduce him to the sport when he was 5 years old. He often had to push him to go to practice. But Rameen continued to go. And now his persistence appears to have paid off. Rameen, 26, qualified for the U.S. t

POST-CRESCENT - 2017-11-19 15:08:49

City looks for something different in Appleton Library's future

APPLETON, Wis. (WBAY) - What the Appleton Public Library might look like years from now is now in the hands -- and minds -- of developers. This week the Appleton city council voted to accept proposals to either redevelop the library's existing site or build on a new site downtown. City leaders are

WBAY GREEN BAY - 2017-11-18 02:02:00

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin seeks answers on Appleton Coated closure

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin sent a letter Thursday to William S. Demchak, PNC Bank chairman, president and CEO, asking about the bank's role in the demise of Appleton Coated in Combined Locks. "While restoring jobs as quickly as possible is the first priority, I am deeply troubled by what I have learned

POST-CRESCENT - 2017-11-17 22:35:02