SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Bold Gold Media Group has completed its purchase of Sullivan County radio stations 98.3 WSUL, 95.9 WVOS-FM and WVOS AM 1240. Bold Gold closed on the Watermark Communications’ assets on November 30 and assumed immediate control of all station operations.
HONESDALE, PA — The warming shelter that has been located at the Grace Episcopal Church for the past five years, will not be opening this year according to Sue Erb, the shelter volunteer coordinator.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Local kids from Brownie Troop #448 gathered at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church to create town holiday decorations.
HONESDALE, PA — In the past three years, at least 43 persons have died as a result of drug overdoses in Wayne County, according to Wayne County Drug and Alcohol Executive Director Jeff Zerechak as he reported to the county commissioners on December 1.
NORTHEAST PA — The Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society is asking for volunteers to join the 117th Annual International Christmas Bird Count (CBC) on Saturday, December 17. Volunteer birders will travel the area beginning at dawn and ending when the last volunteer is finished.
MONTICELLO, NY — Every year, Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther, center, along with her staff, volunteer at the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless to help prepare Thanksgiving dinner. This year they were joined by interns from the Pine Bush Central School District’s Excelsior Program.
Alfred, NY — Narrowsburg native Richard Lander has been named to the Academic All American Second Team. The announcement came on November 18 from the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSID.)
HARRISBURG, PA — Gov. Tom Wolf signed legislation on November 21 that includes a provision that will allow the use of semi-automatic rifles for limited hunting in the Keystone State.
PENNSYLVANIA — Since the Hunter Sharing the Harvest (HSH) program began 25 years ago, the organization has donated over one million pounds of venison, which has been distributed to food banks and other charitable organizations.
LIBERTY, NY — In Sullivan County there is a long tradition of New York State Environmental Conservation Police (ECP) Officers teaming up with state troopers for the opening weekend of big game hunting in an action called Green and Grey Patrol, reflecting the color of the two uniforms.