HONESDALE, PA — There will be no increase in property taxes needed to support the 2019 budget released by the Wayne County Commissioners on December 6.
KENOZA LAKE, NY — The message board outside the Kenoza Lake Fire Station reads, “Thank you, Faith, for all your hard work.” Inside, the December 9 open house celebrated the refurbishment of the firehouse interior and exterior, made possible by Ambassador Girl Scout Faith Murns’ Gold Award firehouse renewal project.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration will provide free naloxone—the medication commonly administered to people who have overdosed on opioids—to Honesdale and 80 other locations across the state on Thursday.
The New York State Police in Liberty are looking for the public’s assistance in locating two missing teens from Sullivan County.
Fourteen-year-old Yante Teller and her 12-year old brother Chaim Teller, were last seen by family on December 8, 2018 at their home in the town of Fallsburg.
HARRISBURG, PA — Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, on November 29 established a commission to study the redistricting process, and specifically to come up with suggestions as to how the process can be changed to reduce gerrymandering.
CALLICOON, NY — The sixth annual Murph’s Toy Drive culminated with the centerpiece event at the Clubhouse at the Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon on December 1. The toy drive is held in conjunction with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Northern Orange and Sullivan counties and provides gifts to hundreds of children in need throughout both counties for
REGION — Seven environmental groups have come together to urge the governors of the four states that border the Delaware River to attend a summit in 2019 with all four governors, part of a campaign called 4 the Delaware. The governors are John Carney Jr.
Monticello Democrats endorse trustee candidate
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — First, Jenna Kratz convinced herself that she could do it, then she convinced the naysayers. Now that her ambitious public works project is almost complete, she admits the latter was the most difficult part of the project.
HONESDALE, PA — The generosity and holiday spirit of Wayne County shoppers were on display November 29, as Sheriff’s deputies again filled the commissioners’ meeting room with donated gifts they collected during the fourth annual, holiday “Cram the Cruiser” effort in the parking lots of local stores on Black Friday.