Considering the rapid growth of railroads in the 19th century, it’s hard to believe that in the “Birthplace of the American Railroad,” passenger rail service was confined to the Delaware & Hudson Coal Company Gravity Railroad from Honesdale to Carbondale, where travelers made connections to the rest of America.
Happy New Year! We made it through another holiday season and even woke up to a white Christmas in Narrowsburg, with a manageable three inches of snow. I hope you got a cozy sweater and boots under your tree, because baby it’s cold outside!
HAPPY NEW YEAR! All the best in 2018.
The first time I had a Christmas tree, I was somewhere in the ballpark of my early 40s. My sister, Janet, and I were renting a house (we would later own) in the Beechwoods area of Callicoon. We had never had a tree before because we are Jewish.
This photograph of the Pond Eddy Bridge was taken by Tom Kane for our December 18, 2003 paper, and accompanied an article on a familiar topic: controversy over the replacement or reconstruction of the bridge.
I hope and pray that everyone had a very Merry Christmas. On Thursday, December 14 I went to visit Fr. Bill; he is doing well and loves all his Christmas cards. Then I went to Queens to meet up with my sister, and we went to Manhattan to meet my brother in law.
MONTICELLO, NY — Gabriel Espinosa has a special mission. It’s a mission to make Christmas memorable for an organization, an elderly person, a child.
The Bethany Glassworks was the second glass factory in Wayne County, the first being the Rockville Glassworks near Matamoras, now in Pike County. A group of German glassmakers from Philadelphia led by Christopher Faatz was involved in both operations.
Where’s Jane Luchsinger, you may be asking yourself? After eight years of writing this column, she retired her pen earlier this month in order to focus more energy on her role on the Tusten Town Board.
Another fun-filled holiday weekend with family and friends. On Saturday, the Cochecton Youth Commission (CYC) had their Christmas Party at the Lake Huntington Fire Hall. The kids did crafts, coloring and sang along with Brad Rutledge and his kids, Matthew and Annabelle.