Welcome to the first community column on Honesdale. We’ve added the borough to our repertoire of roundups and have enlisted some pretty involved folks to contribute—but for now, you get me.
HONESDALE, PA — In a the-buck-stops-here spirit, Honesdale Borough Council openly addressed complaints from the public, borough officials and religious institutions at its February 11 meeting. Solutions, advice and information were doled out along with admissions of past council inefficiencies.
HONESDALE, PA — Pennsylvania State Police have charged Cole Dufton, 25, with the homicide of 51-year-old Suzette Bullis. She was shot to death with a single bullet through her head, on December 19, 2018, according to court papers.
HONESDALE, PA — Winter may hide agriculture’s home under snow, but not its planning.
Meeting on a frozen January 31, the Wayne County Commissioners continued several planning efforts to reinforce the county’s traditional but faltering agricultural industry.
HONESDALE, PA — This Valentine’s Day, take time to learn how to live well with your diabetes. More than 30.3 million Americans have diabetes, including 7.2 million who have yet to be officially diagnosed.
HONESDALE, PA — The popular art installation Paper Caves at Basin and Main at Lot 21 will close on Sunday, February 17, with a final chance to see the caves and an opportunity to bid on pieces of the wall.
HONESDALE, PA — Caitlin Burkhead and her sister Meg Farr make their way to Farr’s car on a soggy, cold January night.
HONESDALE, PA — Local writer Skip Mendler, who writes a column for The River Reporter, will be releasing the first edition of “The Wisdom of Hu Sei Dat,” a book of aphorisms and stories with illustrations by Ray Katz.
HONESDALE, PA—Last September, Honesdale police arrived at an “undisclosed location” and arrested 11 people for their involvement in prostitution. Local advocates from the Victims Intervention Program (VIP) were there too, in case it was a human trafficking situation, District Attorney Patrick Robinson said.
HONESDALE, PA — Scranton resident Nick Ilias said he never intended to train in the martial arts, let alone become a certified instructor with a school nearby and students.