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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
A few years ago, a certain couple I know got divorced. This isn’t big news, of course. Divorce is still fairly common in America, though the rate has been dropping in recent years (about 40 … more
New York expands loan fund ALBANY, NY — Empire State Development (ESD) has announced that Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) recipients are now eligible to receive low-interest loans from the … more
HONESDALE, PA — More than 7,000 Wayne County residents can expect to receive mail-in ballots for this year’s General Election by Wednesday, September 30, according to Bureau of Elections … more
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HARRISBURG, PA — The PA Supreme Court came down on the side of Gov. Tom Wolf with its Thursday, September 17 decision that the deadline for counties to accept mail-in ballots will be extended … more
HARRISBURG, PA — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that the commonwealth's General Assembly cannot unilaterally end Gov. Tom Wolf's emergency declaration. PA Republicans passed … more
Court case against local fire companies dismissed KINGSTON, NY — A Third Judicial District Supreme Court Justice has dismissed a case against four fire companies—Liberty Fire District, … more
HONESDALE, PA — Borough councilors unanimously passed a motion to execute a settlement agreement between police chief Richard Southerton and the Borough of Honesdale this week. The civil … more
HONESDALE, PA — A recent Supreme Court case bears some relation to Honesdale’s own cross controversy. The property atop Irving Cliff—known as the Gibbons Memorial Park, in honor … more
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled on June 27 that there’s nothing the court can do about extreme gerrymandering in the states. Sure, the majority said, the court has stepped … more
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