A log truck rolled over on Route 97 on January 19. The accident occurred just north of Narrowsburg on a sharp curve and resulted in the closing of the road for a few hours. The driver was said to be ok and but he was taken from the scene and reportedly held in a hospital for observation.
ELDRED, NY — A couple who live slightly more than half a mile from the site of the proposed Millennium Pipeline Compressor Station is threatening legal action against the company and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
MILFORD, PA — The Pike County Commissioners are hoping that a new service will prevent older, unused or forgotten prescription drugs from being misused or polluting the environment and provide a more hospitable setting to draw greater public usage.
HONESDALE, PA — Following 2014-15 statistics that placed Wayne County third in the number of drug overdose deaths per 100,000 persons among counties in the eastern two-thirds of the commonwealth, officials last week were hopeful that the drug epidemic may be subsiding.
HONESDALE, PA — January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and Honesdale-based Victims Intervention Program (VIP) will host a community screening on the subject on January 26, at The Cooperage. The film will begin at 5:30 p.m.
HONESDALE, PA — Paradox and illusion abound, as Honesdale Borough Council discovered at its January 16 meeting, while exploring full-time borough police officer increases and LED streetlight replacements.
MONTICELLO, NY — Ed McAndrew, the commissioner of the Sullivan County Division of Public Works, gave a presentation to the county legislature on January 12 that contained a lot of information about the county-owned road system.
GLEN SPEY, NY — Lumberland town clerk Virginia “Ginny” Horn isn’t a public speaker and usually limits her monthly meeting verbal report to a few words about hunting and fishing licenses or tax collections. That changed last week.
SCRANTON, PA — Police have arrested a 26-year-old Lake Ariel man for attempting to meet what he believed was a 13-year-old girl for the purposes of having sex.
Officials received a tip that Derek Criscuola had been having inappropriate online communications with under-aged girls on the Internet and asking them for nude photos.
KINGSTON, NY — More than 100 protestors gathered outside the Kingston office of Republican Congressman John Faso to urge him not to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA.) The demonstration was held on January 15 on Broadway.