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July 4, 2012

Hosted by Braman United Methodist Church at Pine Mill Community Hall, noon-3pm, free-will offering. 845/224-4665.

Cowboy church

June 3, 2012

Pine Mill Grove Pavilion, 1pm, donation: coffee & donuts before church. Luncheon follows, adults $4, ages 6-10 $2.50, under 6 free.

Pasta dinner benefit

May 26, 2012

Pine Mill Community Hall, 3-7pm, adults $8, 2/$15, ages 6-12 $4, under age 6 free. Benefits Steve Macey & family. 570/224-4184.

Memorial weekend program

May 26, 2012

Theme: "To Civil War" portraying the history of this area's involvement in the Civil War at Equinunk Historical Society. Honoring veterans ceremony followed by ice cream social. 570/224-6722.

First Friday program

May 4, 2012

Calder Café, 6pm. Live music 7:15pm. All welcome: audience & performers (RSVP: 570-224-0223, acoustic only). 570/224-6722.

Library reopens

April 7, 2012

Manchester Community Library hours: Mon. 10am-2pm (Mah Johgg 1-4pm, free); Wed. 4-7pm; Sat. 9am-noon. 570/224-8500.

Breakfast planning meeting

March 7, 2012

Plan for a new season of monthly community breakfasts at Pine Mill Community hall, 7pm. 570/224-8500.

New York man charged with rape of Equinunk teen

On Monday, February 13, 2012 the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Frank R. Neglia of New Hyde Park, New York. NEGLIA was arraigned before Magisterial District Justice Ronald Edwards for charges including Rape and Furnishing Alcohol to Minors and bail was set at $300,000.00. The charges filed against NEGLIA stem from an incident on July 23, 2011 into July 24, 2011 at the Reflection Lakes Development in Equinunk, Wayne County.  Read more

Car show

June 23, 2012

More than 100 show cars on display, 50/50, door prizes, craft & flea market vendors, book sale, bake sale & more on Pine Mill Rd., 10am-3pm, free admission, no registration fee for entrants. 570/224-6722.

A road to a bluestone mine; without local zoning, what does compliance look like?

A bluestone mine being operated by Johnston and Rhodes is located in Manchester Township along a remote stretch of the Upper Delaware River.  Read more

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