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August is a month for making memories. School starts back up and parents document the first days with admittedly more glee than their young academicians. The final days of summer are celebrated … more
Throwback Thursday [Photo gallery]
For those of you who don’t spend endless mind-numbing hours online (like me), it’s a thing. So much so that it’s even made it to The Google. “Throwback Thursday is an … more
If this rainy summer ever breaks and the skies clear for more than one day at a time, the sunny weather will also bring those nights—the ones where the temperature goes down from near-100 to … 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
June 21, the summer solstice, is the longest day of this year. It provides about 17 hours of daylight and is the official beginning of summer. This means that anglers can be on the water until at … more
Two of the blooming beauties we are blessed with here in the Upper Delaware River region that have recently launched their showy displays are the northern catalpa tree and the mountain laurel shrub. … more
My mother liked to make rules. She liked to say, “No going barefoot until the date of June 8,” which happened to be her brother Quinten’s birthday. It didn’t mean much, … 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
Public safety commissioner headed for North Carolina MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County Commissioner of Public Safety Rick Sauer will be leaving his position effective Friday, July 9. He has … more
FORESTBURGH, NY — My first visit to the Forestburgh Playhouse was in the summer of ’96, when the theatre was celebrating its 50th anniversary. Without checking, I can’t recall the … more
Now that we are about to experience the warmest parts of the year, it is important that we are prepared with basic knowledge about recognizing the symptoms of dehydration, along with how to prevent … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — It’s hard to be an event venue when all your events have been canceled. For local places like The Cooperage Project in Honesdale and the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildflower … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community April 15 to 21 more
GLEN SPEY, NY — The Lumberland Summer Youth Program will be in action this year. At the Lumberland Town Board March meeting, supervisor Jenny Mellan reported that the day camp will open, free … more
Explosion in Liberty LIBERTY, NY — At approximately 11:55 a.m. on February 21, New York State Police responded to a report of an explosion at a residence on Lt. J.G. Brender Highway. An … more
Logic might dictate that current weather conditions would be reason enough to forget fishing today. The local meteorologists report that this is one of the driest summers on record, with lawns, crops … more
Let’s face it: I’m just a dog. Well, maybe not JUST a dog (HE says I’m “special”), but a dog nonetheless. I mean, sure, I went to school when I was a puppy and learned … more
Fly fishing is a fragile and fickle sport. By that, I don’t mean to imply that rivers are fragile, or that trout are fragile, although, in some instances, both are. What I do mean is, unlike a … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community July 2 to 8 more
REGION — When the New York State Department of Health closed sleep-away camps to slow the spread of coronavirus, that affected dozens of camps in our region alone.  But camps are about … more
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