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Wallenpaupack Brewing Company opens

HAWLEY, PA — The Wallenpaupack Brewing Company held a ribbon cutting on Saturday, September 30 at its location, 73 Welwood Ave. Wallenpaupack Brewing Company is a craft brewery and brewpub featuring craft beers on tap; a menu of locally sourced, in-house prepared food; and merchandise. Food and beverages are available through counter service.


Tomatoes laid out before baking

Love apples

I sometimes measure the success of my summer by the number of tomato sandwiches I eat. Few things capture the essence of the season better. (Except perhaps a white peach. Or grilled, buttered corn. Or fresh blackberries with cream.) A really good tomato is like a vivid, voluptuous expression of the sun.


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Looking Back 9/28

The Equinunk Historic District is a national historic district located in Buckingham and Manchester townships, Wayne County, PA. Equinunk’s first settler, between 1776 and 1782, was Josiah Parks, a prominent figure in the early rafting industry on the Delaware River; his family lived in a cave in the rocks.

Narrowsburg News 9/28

What beautiful weather we have been having and just perfect for the Honey Bee Fest last Saturday. Main Street was truly buzzing with children and adults dressed in black and yellow honoring the bees, and many wore a “Save the Bees” T-shirt. There was a lot to learn. It is surprising how many ways we can use honey.


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Black Bear gets foundation grant

MILFORD, PA — The Black Bear Film Festival (BBFF) recently received The Greater Pike Community Foundation (GPCF) for a $4,000 Richard L. Snyder Grant. Pictured are BBFF Executive Director Bob Keiber, left, Greater Pike Community Foundation board members Maryanne Monte, Jim Pedranti and Joann Kalish; and BBFF fundraising chair Will Voelkel.


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Looking Back 9/21

This display ad—pardon the poor quality of the clipping—was one of hundreds on the page on which it was placed featuring Sullivan County hotels and boarding houses. Imagine a week of resort amusements, clean linens and home-cooked meals all for $7 to $10 a week! New York City and Manhattan must have become ghost towns during the summer. A.

Lake Huntington News 9/21

I have to start off by saying I am sorry there was no column last week. I was in Wayne Memorial Hospital from Saturday to Tuesday. I was sitting in Two Guys from Italy eating a nice lunch with my brother’s girlfriend, Debbie, when my ear popped and my throat started to vibrate and my face went numb.

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