While Lancaster may be credited as the largest community of Amish families in PA, there are also many who reside in Potter and surrounding counties. It is unclear whether or not this will affect local Amish farmers. NY Times LANCASTER, […]
A Salamanca woman was killed this morning after a dump truck landed on top of her vehicle on Central Avenue. According to Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s deputies, the van the woman was driving went through a stop sign and was broadsided […]
By Tim Hallman The Lower Merion School District in Pennsylvania reportedly activated student webcams and snapped over 56,000 images that included photos of students, pictures inside their homes, online chats and copies of the programs or files running on their […]
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Washington, D.C.—U.S. Representative Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson, R-Howard, today announced his official website has been revamped and improved for better access and readability. “It is my hope that the new site will be easier to navigate and more user friendly, as […]
Sun Gazette WILLIAMSPORT – A man accused of escaping from county prison custody last week and the woman who allegedly helped him hide both were apprehended and charged by city police Wednesday. Timothy Lee Jacobs, 33, whose last known address […]
Potter County Today The second annual Potter County Employees’ Wellness Fair on Wednesday was a success, all the way around. More than 60 county employees turned out to take advantage of exhibits, booths, demonstrations, and other features — all geared […]
News Reporter Claims Threats of Being Shot and Intimidated While Attempting to Cover Cleafield Gas Well Explosion
We linked to this article a couple of days ago on the Marcellus Shale page, but thought it worth publishing the story now as it gains traction in the media. Michael Morrill, a reporter for Daily KOS, alleges that he […]
State to Prepare for New Marketplace in 2014 with National Health Care Reform Harrisburg – Governor Edward G. Rendell today announced that the Insurance Department is investigating Pennsylvania’s nine largest health insurance companies to determine the reasons behind a pattern […]
By Kathryn Ross Daily Reporter A mountain of returnable cans and bottles and over 1/4 ton of food items were collected on a JUMP Day that saw 280 Wellsville Middle School students taking to the streets, trails and nursing homes. “I […]
Daily Reporter MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A crew drilling a natural gas well through an abandoned coal mine in West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle hit a pocket of methane gas that somehow ignited, triggering an explosion that burned seven workers, a state […]
On Wednesday a PA Senate panel approved a measure that would prohibit individuals from having an identification chip implanted under their skin. The panel amended the proposal to allow parents the authority to embed an ID chip in their children. Banning […]
Due to a schedule conflict, the Roulette Township Supervisors are re-scheduling the June meeting from Monday June 14, 2010 at 5:00pm to Tuesday June 15, 2010.
P&G Recalls Specific Canned Cat Foods Due to Low Levels of Thiamine (Vitamin B1) The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) (NYSE:PG) is voluntarily recalling specific lots of its Iams canned cat food in North America as a precautionary measure. Diagnostic […]
Potter County Today The June edition of Marcellus Shale/Natural Gas Monthly Roundup, a newletter produced by the Potter County Natural Gas Task Force, is now available. Copies can be accessed on the county’s website here. Those who would like a […]