ELDRED, NY — Highland’s zoning update “has to be done by March,” supervisor Jeff Haas said in response to a question at the town board’s November 13 meeting.
Press release: On Monday November 26, 2018 at approximately 5:04 PM the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Patrol responded to a 911 call of a passenger car and a tractor trailer involved in a collision on State Route 17 eastbound just east of exit 107 in the Town of Thompson.
HARRISBURG, PA — Continuing the Wolf Administration’s effort to recognize women who have served their country through the military, the Pennsylvania Commission for Women is seeking statewide nominations for its fourth annual Female Veterans Day Ceremony, part of Women’s History Month in March 2019.
LACKAWANNA COUNTY, PA — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has denied an appeal by former Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane regarding her conviction for leaking information about a grand jury investigation to the press.
Kane made history when she became the first woman in the state elected to the office of attorney general.
I am on my fifth day of eating my mother’s sausage stuffing. I ate it as I was making it on Wednesday, had it again on Thanksgiving, lunch on Friday, lunch on Saturday and in Thanksgiving soup on Sunday and will most likely have it again Monday. I also freeze some.
ELDRED, NY — “We have to do a better job of educating.” That’s a statement you’d expect from the school superintendent when talking about the students for whom he is responsible. But when he made that statement, Dr. John Morgano was referring to the public.
NARROWSBURG, NY — If you’ve been to the Tusten Community Hall recently—for voting, perhaps—you’ve likely seen the box of reusable bags set up on the table by the door, with a sign, “One per household.”
NARROWSBURG, NY — The New York Department of Transportation has granted the Town of Tusten $921,342 to repair the Little Lake Erie culvert.
Operation Safe Holiday in Pennsylvania
HONESDALE, PA — Approximately 50 attendees made their way to the November 14 Honesdale Borough Council meeting at Honesdale High School’s LGI amphitheater, some sporting black T-shirts with “Protect Our History” in white lettering.