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Borough gets colored water complaints

Lawrenceville — Borough council met March 4 and heard complaints of colored water. The complaints came from a resident on Mill Street. The customer said they had experienced colored water over a three-day period and had made contact with the Department of Environmental Protection. The customer was t

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Spring cleanup is April 27

Lawrence Township — Supervisors met March 4 and accepted bids from several companies for cinders, dust control, pipes, rip rap and equipment rentals for the upcoming construction season.

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Abadi chosen March Girl of Month

Sophie Abadi, 18, daughter of Kathryn Abadi and Darius Abadi, both of Wellsboro, has been chosen as the Wellsboro Business & Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month for March.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters has new space

The Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Twin Tiers has new office space in Wellsboro. The BBBS moved to a new building but remain on the Tioga County Human Services Department campus in Charleston Township.

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Roseville man enjoys working at local restaurant

MANSFIELD — For 18 years, Brett Harwick has been an employee of Wendy’s restaurant in Richmond Township. He’s a conscientious worker, said general manager Mandy Ridge. Brett, who has an intellectual disability, is an enthusiastic worker does any job he’s asked to do and, when he’s finished with one,

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Arcadia presents 'Hunchback of Notre Dame'

“The Hunchback of Notre Dame” will be coming to Arcadia Theater in Wellsboro on March 22-24. From the musical creators behind “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Wicked” comes this tale of the legendary bell-ringer, the beautiful gypsy and the dark archdeacon. With a mix of the Disney

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Canton officer charged with wiretap, child pornography waives preliminary hearing

Canton Borough Police Officer Joshua Robert Gleco, 27, of Montoursville, waived a preliminary hearing Wednesday and will have a formal arraignment on April 8 in front of the Honorable Evan Williams III.

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Pantry of Angels food pantry needs volunteers, donations in move to new home

LINDLEY, N.Y. (WETM) - The Pantry of Angels food pantry has outgrown its home at the Presho United Methodist Church, and needs help getting its new building ready. The pantry has grown significantly in recent years in both size and the number of people it serves, and is currently in the process of m

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Southern Tioga board debates junior high sports program

BLOSSBURG – The Southern Tioga School District board discussed the new junior high sports program at Monday night’s meeting. When it came time to vote on hiring coaches, board vice president Sean Bartlett questioned the action, contending the board had not voted on including the program for this yea

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Roundtable meetings offer resources to help farms with risk management

Dairy professionals who work with Pennsylvania’s dairy farm families are encouraged to attend one of the Dairy Industry Professional Roundtable Meetings this April and May in State College, Mansfield, Martinsburg, Grove City, Carlisle and Lancaster.

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OV trap team earns victory over Black Forest Falcons

The Black Forest Youth Trap team hosted their first meet of the season on March 6. The team hosted the Oswayo Valley Team. The Black Forest Falcons were unable to take the match, losing by nine birds, but proved to be a worthy opponent. Black Forest received a score of 150 while Oswayo received 159.

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Mansfield's Museum of Us prepares for basketball championship anniversary

MANSFIELD — The History Center will stage its own version of “March Madness” on Saturday and Sunday, March 16 and 17, at the History Center Museum on North Main Street, Mansfield.

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2019-20 calendar discussed at school board meeting

BLOSSBURG — The 2019-20 school calendar may include some changes, following discussion at the board’s meeting Monday. The proposed calendar will be voted on at the April board meeting, said district superintendent Sam Rotella.

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Truck Driver Dead After One-Vehicle Accident in Union Township

Tioga County, P.A. (WENY)-- A 63-year-old man is dead following a one-vehicle accident on Route 414 in Union Township. The crash happened Monday night around 6:45pm. Pennsylvania State Police say the operator of a triple-axle water truck was driving west on Route 414 when he lost control while going

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Boy Scout celebration rescheduled for next Saturday

A centennial anniversary celebration to honor 105 years of Boy Scouts will being held at the Knoxville Community Center, 301 East Main Street, Knoxville, on Saturday, March 23, from 2-4 p.m. The community is cordially invited to attend the celebration, and past and present Scouts are encouraged to p

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Kelsey not running for ninth term

Gary E. Kelsey, Potter County register of wills and recorder of deeds, has announced he will not run for a ninth term of office. Kelsey will be retiring later this year, after more than 32 years of public service.

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Greater Johnstown's Myers, Smith make choices

Greater Johnstown High School student-athletes Shaelynn Myers and Tyler Smith each announced their college choices on Wednesday during a ceremony at the school. A four-year starter on the Trojans girls softball team, Myers signed a letter-of-intent to Seton Hill University, a NCAA Division II progra

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Tom Carman officially resigns as CEO of Western Alliance Ambulance

TROY, Pa. (WETM) - Sources have confirmed that the Ceo of Western Alliance, Tom Carman, has resigned. Carman has resigned in order to focus on his full-time role as Bradford County Coroner.

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Developing a champ: A lot went into Garrett Wesneski's national title

They say it takes a village to raise a child. That may also be true of how you develop a National Champion. Canton’s Garrett Wesneski made history on Saturday when he won the NCAA Division III heavyweight title.

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Well Armed Woman Shooting Chapter to host meeting

The monthly meeting of the Well Armed Woman Shooting Chapter, Tioga County will be at 6 p.m. March 14 at the Lambs Creek Sportsman's Club at 339 Sportsman's Club Road, Mansfield, Pennsylvania.

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