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What's going on in your community from September 12 to September 18 more
There are major staff changes happening at Honesdale’s community hub, The Cooperage Project. more
In the 1800s, ferry boats were one of the ways to cross the Delaware River. Shown here is one such ferry crossing the river at Hankins, NY. The Kellams, first Jacob, and then his son, William, … more
The Wayne County office of Penn State Cooperative Extension recently received an award from The Wayne County Historical Society for attaining 100 years of service. The extension office was … more
September is looking good here in Honesdale. How good, you ask? Have you seen any event calendars? Take Here & Now, for instance. They’ve got something going on every weekend and then some. … more
What's going in your community September 5 to September 11 more
Wally Lake Fest from another perspective more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Five years ago, local economic developers found a conundrum in Wayne County. On one hand, the area was rather entrepreneurial for a rural community: 80% of local businesses … more
What's going on in your community August 29 to September 4 more
One of the most popular items in the Wayne County Historical Society Museum Shop and Research Library is a book entitled “The Nomenclature of Wayne: A History of Wayne County, PA.” … more
Music was playing. The top was down. Perfect summer moment. “Deer!” my friend Kelly shouted from the passenger side—too late. Despite slowing down, it was clear we were going to … more
WALLENPAUPACK, PA — The Bernt Balchen Lodge #3-566, Sons of Norway, wanted to look for students pursuing trade schools and other similar educational programs. It awarded three $500 scholarships … more
The 50th anniversary of Woodstock has come and gone. I got my cancelled stamp envelope from the Bethel Post Office. On Friday night, I went to see Ringo, Edgar Winters and Blood, Sweat and Tears. … more
John and Judy Pavese, one-time owners of the Narrowsburg Inn, donated logs that were assembled into a raft on the morning of August 17, 1976 by several Narrowsburg residents: Jay Laria, Tom Wolfe, … more
What's happening in your community August 22 to August 28 more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Two enthusiastic crowds greeted 16-year-old Maxim Lando, as he performed for the Shandelee Music Festival’s (SMF) Outreach Program on Friday, August 16. Part of the … more
I am a child of the 20th century. I almost feel sorry for kids who didn’t grow up in that simpler time. Pleasures such as walking to school and staying outside until the evening air carried a … more
After a devastating flood swept through Wayne County on May 21 and 22, 1942, the two main bridges leading into Honesdale had been destroyed. As a result, the borough was isolated, reachable only by … more
REGION — Applications are now available for grants from the Make a Difference Fund, which was established by the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan (CFO&S) Board of Directors … more
What's going on in your community August 15 to August 21 more
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