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REGION — As food prices rise, families feel the bite. The cost of food rose 0.9 percent in October, the same as in September, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Meat, poultry, fish … more
What's going on in your community November 18 to 24 more
On November 25, 2022, a foie gras ban takes effect in New York City, threatening the financial health of Hudson Valley Foie Gras and La Belle Farms, two of Sullivan County’s largest employers. … more
HONESDALE, PA — The halftime show put on by the Honesdale High marching band paid homage to George Lucas’ legendary otherworldly 1977 space opera “Star Wars.” It took place … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware region November 11 to 17 more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Jeffersonville Bancorp, Inc. (OTCQB - JFBC), the parent company of Jeff Bank, announced on November 3 it will close its branch offices located … more
Not back to work yet REGION — While we’re on that subject: In September, the New York State Department of Labor released its preliminary unemployment rates for August 2021. Statewide, … more
Steve Kitchen was born in Asbury, NJ, on October 9, to Pat and Don Kitchen. Sadly, Steve passed away on August 23rd. Always to be remembered as one of the “good guys,” he will be … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — On May 22, the Town of Highland became the first in the county to honor its veterans with street-side banners. As of June 2, the Town of Lumberland has joined it, hanging banners of its own to honor its own veterans. more
MILFORD, PA — Dime Bank Employees surprised GAIT Therapeutic Riding Center with a check for $286. In her letter accompanying the donation, Valerie O’Hare said that the funds “were collected as part of a dress-down day that our employees participated in to benefit [GAIT].” more
DELHI, NY — A $10,000 contribution from Wayne Bank has kickstarted a campaign by the Friends of Bramley Mountain Fire Tower (FBMFT) to reconstruct the tower. The tower was decommissioned by … more
Car show in Callicoon Center CALLICOON CENTER, NY — The seventh annual Town of Callicoon Car Show will take place on Sunday, August 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the town park, along with the … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community July 15 to 21 more
Honesdale Rotary cleans up pavilion HONESDALE, PA — The Fred Miller Pavilion on Main Street got a super-sprucing up on Saturday, June 12 from Honesdale Rotarians, their families, … more
What's going on this week in arts, leisure and community June 17 to 23 more
More railroad history coming into view SHOHOLA, PA — Greater Pike Community Foundation Executive Director Jenni Hamill recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Shohola Railroad and … more
ELDRED, NY — Memorial Day is about remembering those who served in the nation’s armed forces and perished in doing so. This year, the Town of Highland is honoring its local veterans through its Hometown Heroes … more
MOUNTAINDALE, NY — “Last two years of college, I brought my guitar,” said Allen Frishman. That led to an introduction to a guy who had a jug band, which led to Chicken … more
River Reporter wins eight BNC awards ONLINE — This year, the New York Press Association hosted its spring conference and Better Newspaper Contest (BNC) Awards online on April 8 and … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Purchase of the Wayne Bank building at 93 Main Street is moving forward. The Tusten Town Board completed a requisite State Environmental Quality Review during its March 9 … more
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