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June 11th, 2014
The federal Environmental Appeals Board (EAB) has upheld the issuance of a permit to Seneca Resources for a brine-disposal "injection well" in Highland Township.
EAB judges Randolph Hill, Catherine McCabe and Kathie Stein have denied a review of the Jan. 28 decision by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to issue the permit to Seneca.
LAFAYETTE TOWNSHIPâ€”The Bradford Regional Airport Authority is hoping a major real estate company will be able to stir up interest in rentals for its multi-tenant industrial complex.
Acting at a meeting Wednesday at the airport on Route 59 in Lafayette Township, the authority approved a marketing agreement with Recckio Real Estate and Development of Williamsville, N.Y., a suburb of Buffalo.
SMETHPORT â€“ The McKean County Board of Commissioners two weeks ago pledged $300,000 for a second multi-tenant industrial complex at the Bradford Regional Airport.
Weâ€™re Dancinâ€™ is what Nikkyâ€™s Dance Studio dancers will be doing at 7 p.m. this Friday and Saturday, June 13 and June 14 at the Smethport Senior High School.
A snafu has apparently killed a project to repair three tennis courts and the basketball court at Evergreen Park in Kane.
According to a report reviewed Monday at a Kane Borough Council meeting, the apparent low-bidder for the work failed to meet specifications.
HAZEL HURST â€“ The long-awaited Lantz Corners sewage collection project is nearing completion.
"The project is approximately 87 percent complete," Dan Slagle said Monday night in a report to the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors.
Since 1986, Joyce Cochran has operated the Cochran Styling Salon on the ground floor of the New Thomson House at Fraley and Greeves streets in Kane.
The site now is the location of the new Silhouettes Studio hair styling business operated by Sherry Marconi.
Theyâ€™re will be plenty of drama when Mt. Jewett native Lacy Conant appears on a half-hour national television show Wednesday as she and her fiancĂ©e shop for a â€śrow-homeâ€ť in Baltimore.
The previously-filmed â€śHouse Huntersâ€ť episode will air on the HGTV channel during "prime time" at 10 p.m. Wednesday.
Joseph S. Wolfe of Greendale Road in Wetmore Township has a daily ritual.
Every morning-- weather permitting-- the 86-year-old man rides his bicycle several miles to Kane and back.
For his own safety while pedaling, Wolfe wears a backpack that bears a patch of a fluorescent yellow shirt and a helmet.
Sometimes life just isn't fair.
About a year ago, Ashley Deane Asel, 29, of Wetmore Township was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis-- an incurable disease that affects the central nervous system.
Just over a week ago, she lost all her belongings and those of her two young daughters in a fire that gutted her house on South Settlement Road.
"Everything's gone," Asel said Sunday.