HARRISBURG, PA — Sen. Lisa Baker (R-Pike/Wayne/Luzerne/Susquehanna/Wyoming), along with Reps.
HAWLEY, PA — The Honesdale High School Student Council held its winter semi-formal on January 27 at the Silver Birches Resort on Lake Wallenpaupack. Some 355 students and 12 chaperones attended the event. A student from the high school, Kameron Slish, from Nicky Nick D.J. Service, provided music for the evening.
PORT JERVIS, NY — Port Jervis Mayor Kelly Decker reported at the January 22 council meeting that progress that has been made regarding the proposed Methadone/Suboxone Clinic in Port Jervis. After several residents spoke up at the meeting both for and against the proposed clinic, he said he had had a meeting with Dr.
CALLICOON, NY — Friends and supporters of Cochecton resident Dottie Roycroft are holding a benefit for her at the Delaware Youth Center on March 10, at 1 p.m.
REGION — Wednesday, January 31 will mark an extremely uncommon event—one that happens, literally, less than once in a blue moon. It will indeed be a blue moon, that is, the second full moon of the month, in itself a rarity—hence the "once in a blue moon" saying.
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Professional skaters Valerie Levine (left) and Kate Gauthier entertained a huge crowd of enthusiastic fans at the 59th annual Livingston Manor Rotary Ice Carnival last weekend.
HONESDALE, PA — In a jaw-dropping display of cooperation, compromise and creativity, Honesdale Borough Council did at its January 22 special meeting what only Jim Brennan thought it could do, and what nobody thought it would do.
HONESDALE, PA — With 47 drug overdose deaths between 2014 and the end of 2016 and a related high rate per thousand residents, Wayne was among counties with worst drug problems in the state, but newer statistics may show some light at the end of the tunnel.
ELDRED, NY — Earlier in the school year, nearly every seat was taken at the monthly Eldred School Board meetings as parents and other concerned citizens asked questions that seemed to go unanswered. In January, fewer than 20 seats were occupied in the gallery as the board conducted business.
NARROWSBURG, NY — By some estimates there were some 500 events marking the one-year anniversary of the first Woman’s March, which sprouted in opposition to the election of Donald Trump as president.