NARROWSBURG, NY — When Dickens’ Oliver Twist asked for more, he was confined and the orphans’ workhouse put up a notice offering a reward for anyone who would take the troublemaker off their hands. The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) last month held out its bowl and is now concerned that a slap may be coming.
ROCK HILL, NY — There was a record crowd at the annual meeting of the Sullivan County Partnership on October 5 at the Ramada Rock Hill at Sullivan Center.
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.
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.
HARRISBURG, PA — A resolution introduced by former Wayne County Commissioner, now Rep. Jonathan Fritz (R-Susquehanna/Wayne) urging the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) to cease consideration of a ban on natural gas drilling in the Delaware River Basin passed the House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee on October 3.
ELDRED, NY — A former student of Eldred Junior/Senior High School and his mother allege the student was the target of repeated bullying while attending the school from 2008 to 2013. Christine Horne and her son, Anthony Motta, brought a lawsuit that was initially thrown out of court, but the appellate court had a different view, and now the law
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — One of the favorite events at the Jeffersonville Oktoberfest is the Build Your Own Boat (BYOB) contest, which will be held this year on October 8.
HONESDALE, PA — One man came forward at the October 2 meeting of Honesdale Borough Council to shed light on borough police department history, in hope of lighting a way toward its future.
WHITE LAKE, NY — Members of the Bethel Town Board have been going to meetings of the board of the Monticello Central School District since the district closed the Cornelius Duggan Elementary School back in 2010.
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.