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What's going on in your community December 5 to December 11 more
HONESDALE, PA — SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support) recently celebrated its most successful free book swap in the event’s eight-year history. More than 22,000 … more
I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving with family and friends. My mother would always say that when Santa comes at the end of the Thanksgiving Day parade, it’s officially Christmas … more
The Wayne County Historical Society has long treasured this photo of the members of Wayne County’s Last Man’s Club. After World War I, it was very common practice for a group of surviving … more
One day last week I had the pleasure of meeting Yisroel Kreitman. He said, “I read your column”, I said “do you like it?” he said “oh yes,” we hugged, he has such … more
What's happening in your community November 28 to December 4 more
Born and raised in Honesdale, PA, Josh Murphy has always been tied to the Upper Delaware River region. After graduating from Oneonta State, he found himself moving to New York City, working on a … more
The population of Narrowsburg, NY, according to the 2010 census, is 431 people. That’s 94 people fewer than my high school graduating class.  That’s 431 people who run the grocery … more
Small Business Saturday invites the community to shop small more
As I write my column this week I am thinking about my drive to work tomorrow with the threat of freezing rain and icy roads. I have to call Lake Huntington Service for my snow tires, Brett has a … more
This map of Honesdale from 1851 is valuable not only for its basic information on street names and homeowners but also for its drawings of important buildings, most of which disappeared many years … more
Extra, extra, read all about it: Heinle’s General Store has been sold to a very nice guy named Raj. I stopped in there one day and met with Raj and Nick, the old owner. I was told that the … more
What's going on in your community November 14 to November 20 more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Almost a decade ago, Fran Kirwin read an article in the Sunday Scranton Times about an overseas coupon program. Through www.ocpnet.org, Kirwin is able to collect coupons for … more
HONESDALE, PA — Did you know that there are 51,000 people within a 23-mile radio of Honesdale and that they spend $7 billion a year? So said Julie Fitzpatrick, executive director of the … more
November 7 to 13 more
One of the attractions that is making White Mills a tourist destination, the Dorflinger Glassworker’s House on Charles Street, was restored in 2001 by Dr. Walter Barbe and is open on several … more
SULLIVAN, ORANGE AND ULSTER COUNTIES — Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan and Ulster is opening its annual Adopt-a-Family program, now in its 12th year. Each year, the not-for-profit human … more
Community electronic collection event, November 9 more
What's gong on in your community November 7 to November 13 more
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