Woman Seriously Hurt in a Union County Crash
LEWISBURG – State police have released details on a crash Monday morning in Kelly Township, Union County. 71-year-old Barbara Schreck of Mansfield was seriously injured when she collided with a truck and tractor on Colonel John Kelly road at JPM Road. She was taken to Geisinger Medical Center for treatment. The driver of the truck, 32-year-old Justin Fink of Jersey Shore, was not injured. Schreck was cited for stop sign violations.
Lambs Creek In Mansfield Up For Sale
This turn key restaurant is open for business and for new owners. Walk right in and continue business. Lambs Creek Food & Spirits has indoor and outdoor seating, a banquet/buffet area, and the most gorgeous bar!. The curved mahogany bar form Ireland has a carvings in the front panels, stained...
The 1911 Austin Flood Disaster: A Cautionary Tale of Engineering and Safety
The Austin Flood Disaster of 1911 endures as a somber lesson in the importance of prioritizing safety in engineering projects. When the Bayless Pulp and Paper Company dam failed after heavy rainfall on September 30, it released 400 million gallons of water, decimating Austin, Pennsylvania. The disaster claimed 78 lives and led to a significant shift in regulatory oversight for dam safety.
Local school superintendent announces retirement
LIBERTY TWP., Ohio (WKBN)- The Liberty Schools’ superintendent announced his upcoming retirement. Dr. Andy Tommelleo announced that his last day as superintendent will be January 31, 2024, according to a statement released by the Trumbull County Educational Service Center. The resignation was submitted during Wednesday’s board meeting. Tommelleo...
Preserving the Legacy of America's Logging Towns: The Intersection of Heritage and Modern Conservation
Nestled in the heart of former logging regions, towns with a rich lumber history from the late 1800s serve as custodians of a bygone era. These towns are living museums, with their layout and remaining structures narrating the stories of a once-thriving timber industry. These historical buildings embody the cultural identities and economic prosperity of the past, as the heritage of the lumberjacks and their communities is meticulously preserved through local museums and sites, ensuring that the legacy of this rugged era endures.
Trailer home destroyed after late-night fire in Tioga County
WESTFIELD, Pa. (WETM) — Two people are displaced after a fire destroyed their home in Westfield sometime late Tuesday, a local fire chief confirms. According to Chief Bill Goltz of the Cray Hose Company, a call for a structure fire came out around 7:22 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Crews responded to a trailer home […]
Today the gas price is close to $3.75 in Tioga as of 2023-12-01. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Friday is $3.248, a week ago the price is $3.265 , according to AAA.
Navigating the AI Revolution: Balancing Technological Advancements with Ethical Considerations
As artificial intelligence (AI) ushers in a new era of technological advancement, its influence permeates every aspect of modern life. The emergence of AI-driven personal assistants, capable of adapting to our individual preferences and needs, marks a significant shift in our daily routines. These smart devices streamline our schedules and influence a broad spectrum of choices, from shopping to entertainment, reflecting the profound impact of AI on personal convenience.
DNA testing needed to confirm skeletal remains are those of a missing elderly Pa. woman
MANSFIELD — Familial DNA testing is planned to confirm the skeletal remains found on Oct. 28 are those of an 85-year-old Tioga County woman missing since July. The remains, believed to be those of Phyliss Potter, were found after a passerby reported seeing a vehicle in a field several hundred yards off North Road near the Potter County line, said Cpl. Matthew J. Sweet, state police criminal supervisor at Mansfield.
Man arrested for pounding on doors of homes
Elkland, Pa. — Police charged a man with disorderly conduct for pounding on the doors of random homes in Elkland in the early morning hours. Michael Hayton, 27, of Elkland, faces misdemeanors of disorderly conduct, possession of small amount of marijuana, summary public drunkenness, and related charges for the alleged incident that occurred just before 2 a.m. Nov. 20. State police at Mansfield say they were dispatched to a home at Elphis Street after receiving a call about a man banging on doors. Trooper Alexander Rivers found Hayton sitting on the front porch of a home that was not his. Hayton awaits a preliminary hearing date at the office of District Judge James R. Edgcomb. Docket Sheet
Junior High Hornets Defeat Cowanesque
The Wellsboro Junior High Basketball teams both scored road wins over Cowanesque Valley on Thursday, November 30. The boys won 30-14 to improve to 7-1 while the girls won 37-13 to improve to 6-2. Lauren Gehman and Teagan Novinger lead the girls with 8 points each. Gehman and Novinger were...
Liberty Local Schools Superintendent to retire at end of January
Liberty Local Schools Superintendent Andrew Tommelleo has announced that he will be stepping down from his position at the end of January. Tommelleo tells 21 News that the the school board has not issued an extended contract past this year, so his retirement will give the board the opportunity to find a new, qualified candidate and give him the opportunity to "see what [opportunities are] out there."
Experience the Suburban Bliss of Osceola Township, Camden County
Welcome to Osceola Township, a charming neighborhood located in Camden County, Missouri. With a population of 2,921, Osceola Township offers residents a dense suburban feel and a close-knit community. In this essay, we will explore various aspects of the neighborhood, including its population, median home value, public and private schools, neighborhood rankings, resident diversity, median household income, similar places, and current resident reviews. Let's dive in and discover what makes Osceola Township such a special place to live.
Craig G. Barr
Craig G. Barr, 71, of Mainesburg, passed away on Monday, Nov. 27, 2023. The family will be holding a benefit on Dec. 16, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Mainesburg Community Center, 103 Williams Rd. and will have Craig’s memorial service at that time.
BOYS BASKETBALL: Hornell, Livonia, Cal-Mum earn wins on opening night
CANISTEO — Trailing by one at the half, Hornell pulled away from Canisteo-Greenwood en route to a 58-41 road win on Wednesday night. The Chargers held a 26-25 advantage at the break, but the Raiders outscored their host 33-15 in the second half to take the victory and begin the 2023-24 campaign at 1-0.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in tioga, PA
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around tioga.
Watch the tree lighting inside the Christmas wonderland at Crossroads Village
GENESEE TWP, MI -- Over a million lights are on display at Crossroads Village and Huckleberry Railroad for the winter season. On Nov. 24, the Village and hundreds from the Genesee community enjoyed the 30th annual tree lighting. Visitors took the opportunity to enjoy caroling and a firework finale. In...
Car and school bus collide in Liberty
State Troopers are investigating a traffic crash involving a car and a school bus in Liberty Township. It happened just before 7:30 a.m. Wednesday at Logan Way and Route 304 when the bus carrying 5 students and an aid rear-ended a Chevy Cruze. The bus, belonging to Community Bus Services,...
A Feast for the Senses: Culinary Delights and Artisanal Craftsmanship at Cowanesque Valley Fair 2023
From August 5th to 12th, the Cowanesque Valley Fair returns, promising a week of non-stop excitement and community engagement. The celebration begins with a nostalgic touch as antique tractors roar to life, while the crowning of the Fair Queen sets a regal tone. Livestock exhibits and agricultural displays highlight the fair’s commitment to rural traditions, while daily magic acts and escape artistry dazzle spectators. Music resonates throughout the fairgrounds, with performances from diverse acts like Whey Jennings and the Bluegrass Express, ensuring every day ends on a high note.