INSTAGRAM OVER COLLEGE: A recent study, conducted by, a public relations firm, found that one in 10 Pennsylvanians prefer to have a verified Instagram account over a college degree.

The region has seen 19 new cases of COVID-19 in three counties in our coverage area. Meanwhile, Cameron County’s case count remains steady.

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SMETHPORT — An Erie man accused of firearm possession after he shot an alleged home intruder was sentenced to jail time Thursday in McKean County Court.

WELLSBORO — C&N recently announced strategic organizational changes to align with its value-based, relationship model and pursue continued growth in a fast-changing marketplace. At that time, Thomas Rudy Jr. was named EVP/Region President for the company’s North and Northcentral regions,…

WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. — Tops Friendly Markets, a leading full-service grocery retailer in New York, northern Pennsylvania, and Vermont, announced the promotion of John Cramer to store manager of its Sheffield, Pa., location.

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It’s plain that the federal gas tax is past its sell-by date. Originally introduced as a fair way for automobile drivers to pay for the upkeep of the roads they use, it has become less fair as rich people buy hybrid and electric vehicles. Instead of bailouts, the gas tax needs replacing.


Pennsylvania plans to greatly expand its network of COVID-19 vaccine providers as demand for the lifesaving shots begins to slow and existing vaccinators order fewer doses, the state’s top hea…


A longtime champion in the fight to legalize marijuana handed out joints in a New York City park Tuesday on what has become the unofficial holiday for cannabis. All you needed to do was show a COVID-19 vaccination card. (April 21)