HAWLEY, PA — Whom do you call in Hawley if you need an ambulance? According to Sue Baldwin, who lives in the Hawley Village Apartments, residents there want Hawley Ambulance to be called first. At the most recent meeting of the Hawley Borough Council, she said that those responders know the tenants and they have access to the complex.
Easter Bunny hops into Yulan
HAWLEY, PA — You can celebrate Earth’s diverse plants and animals at the sixth annual March for Science #WildHawley Parade on Saturday, April 14. Get started on your costume at the Hawley Public Library for a Costume Creation Workshop on Saturday, April 7 presented by NaturED.
HAWLEY, PA — The agenda was varied, but much work was accomplished at the March 14 Borough Council meeting.
HAWLEY, PA — Councilwoman Michele Rojas could hardly contain her pleasure while announcing that the Hawley Borough had received grants totaling nearly $460,000 to be used to address storm-water issues as part of its levee remediation project.
HAWLEY, PA — Mix and mingle with friends in front of a roaring fire while enjoying locally brewed beers at Lacawac’s Fire & Ice Beer Tasting and Food Pairing Event at the Wallenpaupack Brewing Company, 73 Welwood Ave. on Thursday, March 1, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
HAWLEY, PA — It sounds like the plot of a 1950s scifi movie. An invasive insect species slips into the U.S via a stone pallet through the Port of Philadelphia.
HAWLEY, PA — The Honesdale High School Student Council held its winter semi-formal on January 27 at the Silver Birches Resort on Lake Wallenpaupack. Some 355 students and 12 chaperones attended the event. A student from the high school, Kameron Slish, from Nicky Nick D.J. Service, provided music for the evening.
HAWLEY, PA — The Cocoon Coffee House has the caffeine you need to get you going in the morning, but they also offer art exhibits to stimulate your intellect as well. Throughout the winter months, the installation on display is “Absence of Light,” the brainchild of Narrowsburg abstract artist Claudine Luchsinger.
HAWLEY, PA — At the monthly meeting of the Hawley Borough Council held on January 2, council members learned that levee insurance coverage had been procured, at a cost of $30,920, for which no vote had been taken.