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(NAPSI)—Most people would probably agree that having a dog charge at them and bite is a frightening experience. The Postal Service reports that that is exactly what happened to over 5,800 letter … more
(NAPSI)—Autonomous robots are becoming a familiar sight for grocery shoppers as they roam store aisles scanning shelves for missing, mispriced or misplaced products. Along the way, they collect and … more
I hope everyone is OK and staying healthy. It’s nice to be able to go out and do some fun things. I already booked a vacation to Aruba in the fall. My family is getting bigger, bigger and … more
Pike County District Attorney Raymond J. Tonkin announced the following criminal sentences were issued by Pike County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Gregory Chelak: more
MONTICELLO, NY — “People living next to these properties have real issues,” said legislator Joe Perrello toward the end of the June 3 Public Safety meeting. The usual reports had … more
REGION — We have seen the future, and it is full of traffic jams and confused drivers. more
Regarding Resnick’s May 27 ‘My View’ I am writing in response to Randy Resnick’s myopic op-ed that argues against the proposed NYS carbon tax. I will be brief. Climate … more
DAMASCUS, PA — On May 17, when the Damascus Board of Supervisors meeting opened the floor to public comments, Vincent Grande addressed the board. Grande was determined to get results for property owner and 25-year, part-time Damascus resident Claudia Newton. more
(NAPS)—Sunshine and warm weather have many people thinking about new workout options. If you’re ready to kickstart your fitness routine—but want to do so safely—consider these three simple … more
HAWLEY, PA — Tony Herzog is back in the saddle. He’s available to help solve problems, answer questions and respond to concerns about state issues. He’s staffing PA Sen. Lisa Baker (R-20) Hawley’s office as a part-time field representative. more
DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY — In a brisk 52 minutes, the New York-Pennsylvania Joint Interstate Bridge Commission approved two capital projects and two studies totaling $9,749,088, while also reviewing inspection findings and green-lighting $169,916 for 2021-22 maintenance for its 10 bridges at the May 26 annual (virtual) meeting. more
WOODRIDGE, NY — On May 12, Environmental Conservation Officer Mary Grose received a report about baby wood ducks found in Woodridge. more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community June 3 to 9 more
Wow, what beautiful weather we had this weekend: a little warm, but a nice breeze. As you drive through some of the local towns, you will see pictures of the class of 2021 hanging from light poles. … more
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The above title refers to an old nursery rhyme, which reads like this: “Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? With silver bells and cockleshells and pretty maids … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — “Artists are aware of how their work impacts the world,” said Faith Santoro. Santoro, an artist herself, just launched RecycleYourGear, a site and service that … more
(NAPSI)—Weather today is challenging and the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) reminds home and business owners that it’s important to make sure you have the right outdoor power equipment … more
TUSTEN, NY— The State Police Bureau of Investigation (BCI) Liberty are looking into the details surrounding a homicide that occurred in the Town of Tusten on May 22. more
When we think of reptiles and amphibians, usually the first critters that come to mind are frogs and toads. Most of us have probably seen (and heard) more frogs and toads than any other reptile or … more
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