ELDRED, NY — About $3 billion a year. That’s the estimate of the losses absorbed by older Americans as a result of financial abuse.
YULAN, NY — Community members and congregants of St. Anthony Roman Catholic Church in Yulan kicked off Super Bowl Sunday with a Super Breakfast, the 16th annual such event sponsored by the John Cardinal O’Connor Council 12663 of the Knights of Columbus.
Lake Wallenpaupack ice rescues
NARROWSBURG, NY — Reading the recent article about black vultures brought a knowing smile to my face. No, this one is not a case for global warming [as was suggested in the article in The River Reporter last week], it is a case of opportunism.
WHITE LAKE, NY — The area has been booming since the opening of Bethel Woods in 2006, and now the Kauneonga Lake/White Lake area will see another surge in development. The Dream Hotel Group has announced it is launching a new lodging, the second of its Unscripted brand of hotels, to be called Unscripted Catskills, in White Lake.
MIDDLETOWN, NY — In Orange County, there are 32 practitioners licensed to prescribe patients medical marijuana, and 3,060 patients certified to receive it. In Sullivan County, there are eight practitioners and 837 certified patients. Now, those patients can shop for medical marijuana products at The Botanist at 247 Dunning Rd. in Middletown.
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Congressman Antonio Delgado continued to make good on a campaign pledge February 2, when he held a town hall-style meeting at the high school gymnasium in Livingston Manor.
HONESDALE, PA — Winter may hide agriculture’s home under snow, but not its planning.
Meeting on a frozen January 31, the Wayne County Commissioners continued several planning efforts to reinforce the county’s traditional but faltering agricultural industry.
MILFORD, PA — Authorities in Wayne and Pike have arrested seven people in connection with a heroin and fentanyl ring that was connected to at least three overdose deaths.
From the Monticello School District website: On the morning of Feb. 6, students approached the administrative team at the Robert J. Kaiser Middle School with a video clip of a community member making verbal threats against the school district.