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Who counts as essential? For Alvarez, it was clear: nursing home staff and corrections officers, who had no choice about going to work. more
A sea change is taking firm root in the Hudson Valley-Catskills region of New York State, fueled by ex-New York City residents who fled the COVID-19 pandemic-stricken Big Apple and are now infusing … more
(NAPSI)—Over 1.8 million Americans are diagnosed with cancer every year according to the American Cancer Society. If you or someone you care about is diagnosed with cancer you may be relieved to … more
(NAPSI)—One of the many long-lasting effects of the pandemic is a shift in the work-life balance. According to a survey by a world leader in travel deals, after a long year of sheltering at home, … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Horns blared and sirens wailed as a Narrowsburg area tradition kicked off once again. Firetrucks, ambulances, tractors and even classic cars moved down Erie Avenue to the excitement of kids and adults alike. more
PENNSYLVANIA — Pennsylvania’s legislature may have dropped the ball when it comes to providing funds for education.  more
PA turnpike raises 2022 toll rates HARRISBURG, PA — On July 6, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) approved a five-percent toll increase for 2022 for both E-ZPass and Toll By Plate … more
GLOBAL — It’s tough to talk about climate change. It’s global and local at the same time. Plus, when a subject seems insurmountable, the educational messaging is tricky to dole out … more
Wayne County District Attorney A.G. Howell announced that on Monday, July 12, 2021, the first jury seated in Wayne County since the beginning of the pandemic, and presided over by President Judge Janine Edwards, convicted Daniel Candelario, 53, of Browndale PA, for the assault upon his 80-year-old neighbor. The jury convicted Mr. Candelario of the lead charge of Simple Assault. Judge Edwards set the sentencing date for August 19, 2021. more
(NAPSI)—Often, little things can have a big effect on livestock production. Even unseen things such as internal and external parasites can take a heavy toll on beef and dairy cattle, robbing them … more
(NAPSI)—Living may be easier during the warmer weather seasons but that doesn’t mean your wellness goals should be swept under the rug. To help, GOLO, the pioneering wellness solutions company, … more
HONESDALE, PA — After a year's hiatus, Honesdale’s 53rd Annual Summer of Events is back in full swing and sweet sounds filled Central Park once more. The event features free live music each Monday and Thursday throughout the summer. 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
I am writing in response to the June 3 opinion piece put forth by Michael Oates of the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation (HVEDC) with regards to the temporary waiving of the COVID-19 … more
(NAPSI)—While most American adults have already received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, a lot of people still have questions. Everyone deserves to have access to factual information to … more
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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
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