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NARROWSBURG, NY — Posters like these—up to 60 in all—by local artists will be auctioned off at Riverfest 2019. Narrowsburg’s 29th annual Riverfest, presented by Delaware … more
HONESDALE, PA —Public Works director Richard Doney and borough councilor James Jennings delivered sobering remarks about Honesdale’s damaged infrastructure at the last borough council … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Sullivan County’s ranking as second most “unhealthy” county in the state has already made the rounds—now data suggests that this also matches up in … more
EDLRED, NY — The Delaware Riverkeeper Network announced on July 19 that it is joining a challenge to the New York State Department of Conservation (DEC) decision to issue a permit allowing the … more
DAMASCUS, PA — At the July 15 Board of Supervisors meeting, a resident of Damascus Township sat patiently waiting for his turn to speak. Chairman Joseph Canfield was well aware of this. … more
HONESDALE, PA — Usually, when governments get a large volume of responses to a request for proposals (RFP), there is a large amount of money involved. On July 11, Wayne County had eight … more
MONTICELLO, NY — David Sager, a name well-known in political circles in Sullivan County, has formally announced that he is running to become the next Sullivan County Clerk on the Democratic … more
ELDRED, NY —A couple of physical details at the new highway barn still needed to be ironed out last week, but Highland Supervisor Jeff Haas said that, “Hopefully, by the end of the month, … more
Narrowsburg has a proud tradition of summer and early fall festivals which, over the years, have celebrated eagles, barbeques, honeybees and the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) Riverfest. Since … more
HONESDALE, PA — Honesdale Rotary members served a classic sandwich-salad combination to nearly 60 campers and staff from Dyberry Day Camp on Tuesday, July 9. Rotarian Michele Gilder prepared … more
Earlier this month, Upper Delaware Council (UDC) officials tasked staff planners to once again review the Town of Highland’s zoning ordinance and to include language … more
Sullivan County Sheriff’s Patrol responded to a report of a drowning of a 2-year-old in the Town of Bethel more
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Press release: The Village of Liberty Police Department arrested Justin Ellis, 33 of Liberty, on Monday 07/22/19. Ellis was found to be in possession of approximately 1,030 bags of heroin in a … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — District Attorney Patrick Robinson announced on Tuesday, July 23 that Alan Boguski, the man severely injured in an explosion this past Thursday, has been charged with … more
SOUTH CANAAN— Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an explosion that took place at a home in Waymart on Thursday, July 18 at around 3 p.m.  Alan Boguski arrived at Wayne Memorial … more
The National Weather Service recently issued an excessive heat watch for this weekend. Mobile Life Support Services, the largest emergency medical provider in the Hudson Valley, offers safety tips … more
This is a release from the Wayne County Coroner’s Office: “This office was dispatched this morning to the shore of Lake Wallenpaupack in Paupack Township. “Wayne County … more
REGION — The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a heat advisory for Central New York and Sullivan County from noon July 19, through 8 pm July 20. Maximum heat index values  will … more
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County Sheriff’s Deputy Ron Kominski sounded like any average dog-owner as he walked Manfred, a 2-year old German Shepard, around Honesdale’s Central Park this … more
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