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SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Meagan Galligan believes in community. A lifelong county resident, Galligan is part of four generations of family in public service, and now, “I want to continue … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — For the first time in months, the Lumberland Town Board conducted its normal monthly business in the new normal manner, donning face masks and maintaining social … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — The Lake Huntington Lake Association (LHLA) has arranged for June 18 treatment of the lake’s algae overgrowth, using the product SeClear. SeClear’s … more
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HONESDALE, PA — For the second consecutive week, demonstrators in Honesdale gathered in Central Park and lined up and down Church Street, holding signs in support of the Black Lives Matter … more
NEW YORK STATE — Video of the murder of George Floyd and footage of officers attacking mostly peaceful protesters in cities has rocketed around the world, sparking more protests and … more
HONESDALE, PA — In the history of Honesdale High School (HHS) graduation ceremonies, the Class of 2020’s was likely the most unorthodox. As the COVID-19 pandemic prematurely ended the … more
NARROWSBURG, NY – They come from miles around to enjoy views of the Delaware River’s Big Eddy and the iconic bridge that spans it. That, combined with ready parking, picturesque houses … more
HONESDALE - The Wayne County Commissioners in conjunction with the Office of Military and Veteran’s Affairs will celebrate our nation’s most enduring symbol – the American Flag, on … more
HONESDALE, PA — A slate of Wayne County residents attended the Wayne County Commissioner’s meeting on Thursday, June 11 to voice their concerns about the community’s susceptibility … more
Pike County District Attorney Raymond J. Tonkin announced the following criminal sentences were issued the week of June 1, 2020 by Pike County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Gregory … more
The Sullivan County Board of Elections at the Government Center Lobby in Monticello will be the polling place for In-Person Primary Early Voting from Saturday, June 13 through Sunday, June 21 more
LIBERTY, NY – Sullivan County Public Health Services is pleased to announce that the County improved its overall level in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s County Health Rankings and … more
HARRISBURG, PA — Both chambers of Pennsylvania's General Assembly have now passed a resolution to end Gov. Tom Wolf's COVID-19 emergency declaration. Republicans have touted this as a victory … more
REGION — Small town America often exempts itself from events that roil streets elsewhere. Not this time. The response to the May 25 killing of Minneapolis resident George Floyd by police … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A sudden bout of rain made the eight minutes and 46 seconds demonstrators spent kneeling on the gravely Narrowsburg Bridge all the more poignant Saturday afternoon, June … more
HONESDALE, PA — Despite a falsehood spread on social media beforehand and threats of violence during, the peaceful protest in Honesdale’s Central Park Thursday, drew hundreds determined … more
CALLICOON, NY — Janus Adams is now an Emmy-award winning journalist, author, entrepreneur and radio host. But she was once a nervous little girl standing in front of the most prolific American … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Hundreds of demonstrators congregated at the Livingston Manor Free Library Saturday, June 5 at about 11 a.m. The crowd spanned generations, from toddlers holding signs … more
TEXAS TOWNSHIP, PA — In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Honesdale Borough Council voted last month to cancel all July 4 celebration events within the borough, including the traditional … more
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