BETHEL, NY — Drivers motoring along State Route 17B through the Hamlet of Bethel in recent weeks have likely noticed a large, gun-toting metal sculpture aiming at the road from a truck.
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HONESDALE, PA — Starting this Sunday, June 16, an ambulance will be servicing Honesdale full time.
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Martin Medved, a dairy farmer in Preston Township, PA, has a knack for remembering history through weather. Pick any year between the 1980s and today, and he’ll instantly tell you if it was a dry season, wet season, or just right. Pick any year out of the last 10 and his answer will probably be that it was wet.
LIBERTY, NY — Sen. Jen Metzger held an open house on June 10 to commemorate her newly-opened office in Liberty, NY. The event drew a healthy crowd of constituents and officials from both sides of the aisle.
WATKINS GLEN, NY — The Woodstock 50 event scheduled for Watkins Glen on August 16 was thrown into serious doubt after the Watkins Glen International speedway announced on June 10 it will no longer host the three-day fest in August. The speedway said it cancelled the event “pursuant to provisions of the contract.”
ROCK HILL, NY — Retired Fallsburg Judge Isaac Kantrowitz, who police say struck and killed two pedestrian teenagers on June 2, had three previous motor vehicle accidents in recent years.
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Commissioners and the Veteran’s Affairs Office will celebrate the nation’s most enduring symbol, the American Flag, on Friday, June 14. The Flag Day event will again be held on the steps of the Wayne Courthouse in Honesdale and begins at 11 a.m.
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County honored the people who care for some of its most vulnerable residents on June 6, with the commissioners’ proclamation of the first week in June as Child Welfare Professionals Appreciation Week.
LIBERTY, NY — The Sullivan County Public Health Department is notifying the public of possible exposures to individuals who recently tested positive for measles. Sullivan County has confirmed five cases since March and two additional suspect cases.