Community Living


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Stan and Michelle Rembish

A lucky break leads to two successful years at Stan’s

HONESDALE, PA — Stan and Michelle Rembish, of Stan’s Café at the corner of Routes 6 and 652 in Honesdale, are celebrating their two-year anniversary at the café. The local couple had no prior restaurant experience and took a leap of faith in October 2015 to fulfill Stan’s dream of owning a café.


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Looking Back 10/19

The year is 1908 and the photograph shows one form of transportation used by tourists. Gus Merkenschlager’s Liver” was a taxi service for train passengers arriving at the Erie Depot in Cochecton, NY. A notation on the back of photo reads, “Second passenger is Agnes Moulthrie of Kenoza Lake.” This contributed photo is from Raymond Ehrle.

Lake Huntington News 10/19

I just had a great weekend down in Queens with my sister and her family. We are not going to be together for Thanksgiving. So we had a fake Thanksgiving on Saturday. It was great; got to meet my niece’s new boyfriend and my nephew’s new girlfriend. Then on Sunday, I had brunch with one of my cousins and my youngest brother was there.


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Montague is one of the lucky young felines to benefit from the work of local cat rescue organizations.
 

Community Cat Day

CUDDEBACKVILLE, NY — There will be a feline fundraiser extravaganza on October 14 at D&H Canal Park, 58 Hoag Rd.

Looking Back 10/12

In 1865, Christian Dorflinger moved his family from New York City to White Mills, PA, where he built a glass factory. To operate the factory, he needed experienced workers and recruited seven highly skilled workers from Saint Louis-les Bitche, France, who arrived in the United States in 1866.

Narrowsburg News 10/12

With temperatures in the 70s and fall colors surrounding us, no one should be dissatisfied with the weather. The pleasant weather must have been a factor to bring the “leaf peepers” up for a busy weekend. Main Street seemed packed and so much going on.

Lake Huntington News 10/12

I had my follow up CATscan on Friday and it was one of the hardest tests I’ve ever had to take. They made me lay on my stomach and had my chin fixed in a certain way that I could not breathe. I was told to breathe in from my nose and let out. I just keep on breathing and saying my prayers.

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