TRR photo by David Hulse

Supervisor Sarah Nahman, seated center, is pictured with staff of the adoption office of Wayne Children & Youth Services on November 2, after the county commissioners, standing Wendell Kay, left, Brian Smith and Joseph Adams, proclaimed November as Adoption Awareness Month. Nahman’s office finds permanent homes for children of parents who are unable or unwilling to raise them, who have been fostered by the court system. Seven children in Wayne are currently awaiting permanent adoption.

PA shared housing program begins in Wayne

HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County has joined with Pike and Monroe counties to offer a program to assist both senior homeowners and lower-income singles seeking affordable housing.

Santa’s coming to Honesdale

HONESDALE, PA — In barely 35 minutes at its November 6 meeting, the Honesdale Borough Council named a fair-housing officer, drafted its newest members to review and revamp the borough’s current zoning ordinance and cleared the way for the man in red’s annual visit to Honesdale.

Illustration by Franz Jüttner, 1905

‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’

HONESDALE, PA — Celebrate the 80th anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at The Cooperage on Saturday, November 4 at 3 p.m. This movie screening is for kids of all ages and fun for the whole family, with some activities for the kids to participate in before and after the film. Doors open at 2:30 p.m.

Wallenpaupack Players from Wallenpaupack High School Advanced Theatre I and II classes take questions from Wayne Highlands seventh graders at Wayne Highlands Middle School about changing the outcome of a drama about suicide. Facing front, left to right are Jessica Vitz, Alexa Wildenberg and Rose LoDolce (holding up notebook).

Students learn about health challenges

HONESDALE, PA — Opioids, bullying, suicide, healthy relationships, yoga, career and personal readiness—all these topics were addressed head-on in this year’s Together for Health School Program for seventh- and ninth-graders graders in three area school districts.

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Some of WMH’s trauma team, left to right, are Karen Novobilski, RN; Patrick Pugliese, MD; CEO David Hoff; team leader Virginia Fries, MS, RN; Michele Churney, RN; James Pettinato, BSN, MHSA, CCRN-K RN; Jane Domaracki, MSN, RN.

WMH receives Level IV trauma accreditation

HONESDALE, PA — As of November 1, Wayne Memorial Hospital (WMH) is a fully accredited Level IV trauma center. Accreditation from the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation was approved last month after an intense on-site survey in August.



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