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Every fisherman, experienced or green, has a favorite fishing story. For the young guys, it might be their only fishing story, but if you spend any time at all getting out on the water, it … more
HONESDALE, PA — Main Street is a quaint little town with an abundance of shops. You can find breweries and tattoo parlors, consignment shops and places where you will have no problem finding … more
REGION — The warm days of spring have blossomed for us here in the Northeast. Bulbs rear their heads up through thawed earth and the sun shines down longer each day, ready to nourish the … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — There’s a new community farm springing from the rich soil of the Catskills between the Manor and Youngsville, about hallway as the crow flies—or perhaps, more … more
HONESDALE, PA — Maureen McHale, 63, had a total ankle replacement at Wayne Memorial Hospital. She became the first patient ever to have that procedure performed at the Honesdale-based … more
YOUNGSVILLE, NY — The ads are nostalgic gems: a woman ecstatic over her waffle maker, glamorous ladies smiling as they clean their toilets, men beaming as they wax their cars. Did we actually … more
BARRYVILLE, NY — “I’ve spent 40 years between the East Village in Manhattan and Sullivan County, showing my images,” said artist June Moss. She’s obviously been … more
REGION — “I grew up on Long Island,” said Lisa Weiss of Hankins, NY. “I saw the Fresh Air Fund advertised on TV.” She didn’t take part, but the thought of it … more
HONESDALE, PA — The dining area of the Honesdale Senior Center was all decked out with St. Patrick’s Day decorations on March 17. Joy was added to the fun, because one of their own, … more
EVERYWHERE THERE ARE CHILDREN — Most of us have heard of IQ, which stands for “Intelligence Quotient.” It’s a number that represents someone’s reasoning ability and … more
LIBERTY, NY — When I grew up in Liberty, I learned very little about nutrition and what real food was. Real Food, according to health-education nonprofit A Single Bite, is food that is not … more
NARROWSBURG, NY—When members of the community visit Tusten’s Repair Café, they’ll bring items in need of repair: lamps that need mending, window screens that need patching, … more
WURTSBORO, NY — Back in 2021, Wurtsboro writer and retired Liberty High School English teacher Bill Fleck launched his blog, “Bill Fleck’s Classic Horror Behind the Scenes,” … more
REGION — Prices are still high, and it seems like everyone’s looking for ways to shave a few dollars here and there. But scammers know this. It seems like there’s no end to … more
Our dear friend Louie Weber expired peacefully at home on the early morning of January 10, 2023. He was 101. We celebrated his birthday with him in October 2022 at his house in Brooklyn. Louie … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — The push of the button on the coffee machine, deep in the quiet of the pre-dawn dark, is where author T.J. Knight begins his writing process. It’s usually about 4:30 a.m., … more
HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Homestead School is a Montessori-based school with campuses located in Glen Spey and Hurleyville. It offers “children ages 3 years to 18 years (Pre-K through 12th … more
This article originally appeared in the December 2015 issue of the Wayne County Historical Society newsletter. It has been lightly edited for River Reporter style. Learn more about Wayne County … more
Youth: submit poetry to the second annual Poetry Youth Festival BETHEL, NY — Bethel Woods will host its second annual Poetry Youth Festival in April, and is now accepting submissions to all … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — The present exhibit by the artists of the Bethel Council of the Arts (BCA), titled “Exploring Worlds of Dreams, Fantasies and Symbolic Imagery,” gives regional … more
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