September 23, 2017 RSS feed / News

Fall festival in Galeton September 30

Galeton will once again be celebrating the changing of the seasons with its annual Fall Festival at Collins Park.  Vendors will be set up from 10 am to 4 am on Saturday, Sept. More...

Star program Sat. at Cherry Springs

Cherry Springs State Park in central Potter County is ground zero for astronomers from across North America this weekend during the annual Black Forest Star Party, which includes an opportunity for the public to participate on Saturday night from 8 t More...

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Certified health coach Christine Fink (right) shared details on healthy living and self-improvement with Coudersport Rotary members. Club president Ruth Sallade introduced Fink, who provides workshops on personal and professional growth. More...

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Retired Susquehannock State Forest District Manager Robert P. Lewis returned to the heart of the Pennsylvania Wilds and was a welcome guest at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum. More...

Rape case bound to court

An Emporium man accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl will face close to two dozen felony and misdemeanor counts in Cameron County Court stemming from an incident on East Fourth Street last spring.  Following a preliminary hearing la More...

Sizerville Fall Fest Oct. 7

Sizerville State Park is making plans and seeking volunteers for its popular Fall Festival, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 7, from 11 am to 3 pm.  More...

Realty transfers in Potter County

Following are the transactions recently filed with the Potter County Recorder of Deeds:  More...

Warrants, arraignments in CC Court

Several cases were cleared from the docket this week by Judge Richard Masson in Cameron County Court  Vince Smith, 48, of Emporium, had a bench warrant issued for his arrest after he failed to appear on contempt charges. More...

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A little early evening rain couldn’t keep the families in Emporium away from the annual “Reading Under the Lights” event. Approximately 75 people gathered on the high school football field for a night of reading and family fun. More...

County employees launch benefit

Cameron County Courthouse employees are kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month by raffling off “Baskets of Hope” containing handmade art work, wine, treats, sports-related gifts and other items donated by county offices. More...

Mitchell Park flood project continues

Work continues along Mill Creek at Coudersport’s Mitchell Park, as the borough continues its multi-year mission to meet federal flood protection directives. More...

Redevelopment Auth. buys another

A five-member panel appointed to support economic development in Potter County has added another Coudersport property to its growing real estate portfolio. More...

Photography class Friday

A landscape photography field trip to Lyman Run State Park is planned for 2-5 pm Friday, Sept. 29. It will be led by professional photographer Curt Weinhold and depart from the Galeton Shop ‘n Save. Details are available at 274-4877. More...

Charged in dog attack on child

A Coudersport woman was arraigned Monday on allegations of assault after her dog bit her young child in the face.  Erika Benson, 24, is charged with aggravated assault with extreme indifference to human life, endangering the welfare of children, More...

Heroin bust case now in court

A drug overdose in July that triggered a multi-site criminal investigation in the Coudersport area now moves into the local court system. More...

Welfare cheat must pay back $97,000

An Emporium man who admitted to bilking the state out of welfare benefits was sentenced in Cameron County Court.  Judge Richard Masson accepted the guilty plea to three counts of welfare fraud from Scott Haynes. More...

Artisan Center workshop

Potter County Artisan Center has scheduled a Paint ‘n Party workshop led by Theresa Welsh from 7-9 on Tuesday, Sept. 26. Details are available at 274-8165.   More...

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Ulysses Old Home Day, an event that celebrates a community’s heritage along with the rural lifestyle, went off without a hitch on Saturday. More...

Emporium may upgrade street lights

Emporium Borough and Sylvan Heritage Council leaders met recently to discuss a program offered by West Penn Power/First Energy to upgrade the town’s street lights. More...

Fundraiser to help local family

A chicken dinner is being held from 11 am to 2 pm Saturday, Sept. More...