HONESDALE, PA — The historic Hankins Pond Dam has a very stubborn advocate in Paul Ludick.
PORT JERVIS, NY — The Port Jervis housing market went up by 2.9% last year, Moody’s rating went up to stable, and the city is beginning to see new businesses open in the Front Street/Jersey Avenue district, Mayor Kelly Decker said in a recent town meeting.
GLEN SPEY, NY — Having dissolved its predecessor in August, the Lumberland Town Board adopted a resolution forming a new zoning review commission on September 13.
TRENTON, NJ — A proposed revision of the Flexible Flow Management Program (FFMP), which had regulated New York City reservoir releases into the Delaware River until earlier this year, was presented at the September 28 Regulated Flow Advisory Committee (RFAC) meeting of the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC).
BEACH LAKE, PA — A handmade sign proclaims it “Worst Road in U.S.”
“I think we should make it official by putting up a real sign saying the same thing,” said resident Jim Barth at the September 19 Berlin Township Board of Supervisors meeting.
MILFORD, PA — The Hotel Fauchère Emergency Relief Fund has been established by the management and employees of the Hotel Fauchère, after natural disasters last month decimated communities and resources in Mexico and Puerto Rico.
HONESDALE, PA — In major cities like New York City, healthy lunch options are popping up on every street. “Fast casual” restaurants serving salads and grain bowls have become as ubiquitous as Starbucks. Now, we can have a slice of the pie here in our area. Bà & Mẹ founder Nhi Mundy has opened a new vegetarian cafe in Honesdale.
Monticello, NY – Legislators are hosting two public information meetings this month on the Charter Review Commission’s findings and final report, including the Commission’s recommendation for a County Executive form of government.
WHITE LAKE, NY — Everyone agreed that the music was too loud, went on too long into the night, and the hyper-amplified base was especially offensive. A parade of neighbors testified at a public hearing at the Town of Bethel meeting on September 28.
NARROWSBURG, NY — The streets of Narrowsburg once again filled with oversized bees, and humans donned bee costumes in honor of the Honey Bee Festival. The parade feature kids of all ages marching down Main Street, with lots of bee-related activities and goodies. For more on the event turn to Jonathan Fox’s column in Arts & Leisure.