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HONESDALE, PA — Oral histories are artifacts of the human experience. In its collection, the Wayne County Historical Society (WCHS) has roughly 100 cassette tapes of oral histories, taken by … more
What's going on in your community October 10 to October 16 more
Tis’ the season to be… spooky. That’s right. It’s October. This isn’t some flyover month here in Honesdale, and we’re not defined by a mere increase in … more
Did you miss me? I was away on vacation with my sister, brother-in-law and best friend Paula. We went to Seattle, Washington for a few days before taking a cruise to Alaska. I had the best time. I … more
William Howell Foster was the son of Isaac P. Foster, Honesdale pioneer and business partner of Jason Torrey. Foster and Torrey built and opened the first general store and were involved in virtually … more
October 3 to 9 more
If you’re ill, going to a support group can feel like just one more thing to do, easily skipped if it’s been a bad day. Re-think that. A healthcare provider can educate. A counselor … more
Repair café WURTSBORO, NY — On Saturday, October 5 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Mamakating Library is holding a repair café. Local citizens will offer their services to repair a … more
Mr. Wells passed away Friday, September 6 at Saint Thomas Highlands Hospital in Sparta, Tennessee. He was born Friday, December 20, 1929, in Eldred, New York, to the late Earl Irving Wells and Ada … more
There is something magical about this time of year in Honesdale, and it’s not just the foliage. Autumn’s sunny afternoons and cool evenings set the perfect stage for many outdoor … more
At one time, a tannery was located here. The dam was built to provide the vast amounts of water needed both for water power and the large cauldrons used to boil the hemlock bark to make the tannic … more
Register for Run-to-Read HAWLEY, PA — Registration is open for the Run-to-Read 5K slated for Saturday, October 5. Pre-registrations for 5K competitors are being accepted at the Hawley Public … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Charles Wilkin and Martin Higgins, the artisan duo that is 2 Queens, has brought the buzz down the hill and into the plaza. From its humble beginnings in 2008 at … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Members of the Tusten Volunteer Ambulance Service took a break from serving food and talking with visitors to pose for this group shot. The ambulance service hosted an open … more
My heart dropped at the sight of a deep-red leaf blowing across my yard. Squirrels are gathering nuts with a winter-is-coming vigor. Nowhere, however, is the change more evident than in my garden. A … more
Elihu Tallman, a Massachusetts native born in 1780, was a large landholder in Northern Wayne County. Around 1800, he settled at the site of Pleasant Mount. After buying a series of properties, in … more
Thursday, September 19 to Wednesday, September 25 more
If there is one constant throughout history, it’s that volunteer ambulance service personnel provide an essential service. While the techniques and the equipment has changed over the past 50 … more
REGION — Sullivan County in New York, and Wayne and Pike counties in Pennsylvania have been among the hardest hit by the opioid epidemic that has ravaged the country over the past decade. … more
The basic info about a lifesaving medication more
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