CALLICOON, NY — The Callicoon Business Association has been working with the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway (UDSB) since early 2018 to broker a deal to bring a visitors' center to life in the historic hamlet.
HONESDALE, PA — Efforts to make full use of the former Stourbridge School building, now known as the Stourbridge Project, were advanced on August 2, when the Wayne County Commissioners approved Grimm Construction’s $338,485 low bid to install an elevator serving all three floors.
ALBANY, NY — A study commissioned by the New York State Health Foundation and performed by the RAND Corporation said the proposed single-payer health plan proposed in New York State is feasible, and would save the state healthcare system a bit of money.
River rescue with NPS, DEP
TOWN OF DEERPARK, NY — At about 3 p.m. on August 4, Forest Ranger Richard Franke was on a joint patrol of the Delaware River with National Park Service rangers in a jet boat when a group of rafters notified the patrol that two people were calling for help.
MILFORD, NY — Three Pike County women have been charged in connection with selling heroin that ultimately led to three overdose deaths. According to Pike County Coroner Christopher Brighton all three deaths were the result of heroin mix with Fentanyl.
MONTICELLO, NY — Dave Nicosia of the National Weather Service paid a visit to the Sullivan County Safety Committee on August 2 to certify that the county has been certified as being a member of the Storm Ready Program.
WHITE LAKE, NY — Close to 30 police officers from Sullivan County and surrounding areas participated in active-shooter training last week through a coordinated effort between the county’s Office of Emergency Management and the Sheriff’s Office.
HAWLEY, PA — Wayne Memorial Hospital is one of eight rural Pennsylvania hospitals currently considering whether to join a statewide initiative whose two-fold aim is to improve healthcare access to rural populations in the Commonwealth and help rural hospitals meet the challenges of today’s changing healthcare financing and delivery systems that
NARROWSBURG, NY — After learning last month that no one and no level of government is taking responsibility to remedy reported overflows of landfill leachate tanks, which have been unmaintained for several years, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) initiated several responses at its August 2 meeting.