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LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — The opioid crisis in Sullivan County has continued unabated for years. Many people trying to reverse that trend turned out to the 2019 Opioid Prevention Conference at New … more
MONTOUR FALLS, NY — About 100 firefighters representing departments from Bloomingburg, Callicoon, Grahamsville, Highland Lake, Hortonville, Jeffersonville, Kauneonga Lake, Lava, Liberty, … more
HONESDALE, PA — Last Monday, borough council unanimously moved to tentatively adopt a 2020 budget which will raise residents’ taxes by about 13 percent. The tentative budget does not … more
HARRISBURG, PA — Last week, Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law the most significant update to the commonwealth’s election code since it was first enacted in 1937. With the 2020 presidential … more
By SUSAN WADEGLEN SPEY, NY — The more than 200 attendees at the fourth annual Can’t Hurt Steel gala agreed that in keeping with the theme of the event, “It’s a Wonderful … more
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HAWLEY, PA— Two 16-year-olds were arrested on October 29 and have been charged with two felonies in the first degree: criminal conspiracy to commit aggravated assault as well as aggravated … more
WHITE LAKE, NY — The River Reporter asked Debra Gabriel, the long-time tax collector for the Town of Bethel, whether or not she plans to serve if she is reelected. On October 28, she responded … more
HONESDALE, PA — Borough officials anticipated a packed house at the special budget meeting last Monday night; extra chairs were set out beforehand, and borough police assigned members of the … more
WASHINGTON, DC — A bill introduced by Rep. Antonio Delgado on October 24 would provide $50 billion dollars in block grants targeted at rural communities that sometimes have trouble negotiating … more
ALBANY, NY — On October 25, the New York State Appellate Court upheld the conviction and sentence of Vincent Ryan, of Bloomingburg. Ryan was convicted of attempted murder and related charges … more
HAWLEY, PA — A company serving the Wilkes-Barre and Scranton markets, Lewith & Freeman Real Estate is scheduled to open an office in the Hawley Silk Mill, with a ribbon-cutting on November … more
NEW PALTZ, NY — On Monday, October 28, SUNY New Paltz hosted hearings for the Senate Standing Committee on Higher Education and regional legislators to examine the accessibility and … more
HARRISBURG, PA — On October 28, the PA Senate unanimously passed Senate Bill 320, authored by Sen. Tom Killion, to allow Pennsylvanians to dispose of digital assets in the same manner as … more
HONESDALE, PA — Honesdale voters have their choice of four candidates vying for three seats on the borough council in the upcoming election on November 5: two incumbents, Michael Augello (R) … more
BEACH LAKE, PA — Just after WWI, the Pennsylvania Department of Highways, today called PennDOT, developed a system of roadside signage that became known as Keystone Markers. Every town, borough … more
What a great season we had in Bethel this year. I was so fortunate to organize the Town of Bethel Woodstock 50th Anniversary Peace Parade, the outdoor movie and the postal cancellation event, and to … more
Let us cut to the chase. Why elect me, Vincent Alukonis, as the next Town of Delaware Supervisor this November 5? One reason is my grants administration experience. Fifty percent of the funding … more
 It’s 100 years after women got the right to vote, 50 years after the second wave of feminism and two years after nearly 5,000,000 people marched nationwide demanding women have an equal … more
 I am a lifelong resident of District 5 and a graduate of Delaware Valley Central School. I have made my living here as a self employed carpenter. For the last 32 years, I have served the … more
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