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A video and statement about the complaint was released by attorney Andrea Shaw on March 14. 

Honesdale student files complaint over locker room encounter

HONESDALE, PA — A student at Honesdale High School filed a complaint with the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights March 14, saying she felt violated by seeing a student of the opposite sex changing with her in the women’s locker room.


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Honesdale News

As ice melts, puddles spread and snow falls yet again, breaks of clear sky highlight oases of color. A few landscape nooks have been brickcanvas-activated recently. Last year, two murals made a fall debut. One can be seen when travelling downstream in Main Street’s traffic flow. The other is tucked away and visible when looking upstream.


Photo contributed by the Wayne County Historical Society

Company M of the 17th Cavalry was made up of Wayne County recruits, mostly from Salem Township.

Honesdale businessman commanded locally-recruited cavalry

Company M, part of the 162nd Pennsylvania Regiment (17th Cavalry), was recruited in Wayne County—mostly in Salem Township—in the summer and autumn of 1862. It was commanded by Captain Coe Durland, who ended the Civil War as a lieutenant colonel and went on to become one of the most successful businessmen in Wayne County history.


Photos contributed by Chip Forelli
Pheasant woman: This 1920 photo of Dora Miller, from Lewistown, PA, was taken for the magazine Game News

because the turkey was so large. Miller is Robert Evans’ cousin’s great-grandmother, and he brought the photo to Forelli

to have it restored. 

Restoring the past

HONESDALE, PA — In the original photograph, Dora Miller looks proud of the large bird she’s holding in her left hand, as she props herself up with a rifle in her right.

#MarriedonMainStreet

HONESDALE, PA — It took some brain storming with Allaina Propst, one of the owners of Here & Now Brewing Company (H&N) in Honesdale, to decide on Main Street. Initially, it was the roof of her building with some raised box gardens. Then there was the option of holding the ceremony in the garage, where all the beer magic happens.

Honesdale news

Nestled in a wooded valley, where the Dyberry Creek forks into the Lackawaxen River, rests the Isle of Downtown Honesdale. Wait. There’s no ocean nearby. Who is this guy* and what’s he talking about?

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