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BLOOMING GROVE, PA — On October 16, at 1:30 a.m., Trooper Matthew Cruver and Trooper Adam Thomas  of PSP Blooming Grove Patrol conducted a traffic stop on Robert Allen Mandato from  … more
  Rep. Matt Cartwright versus Jim Bognet  By OWEN WALSH EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, PA — In the home stretch to the General Election on November 3, both of the candidates … more
HONESDALE, PA — “Ag is the culture of this region,” said Jenna Mauder of The Cooperage at the start of the local nonprofit’s virtual/in-person Farmer-to-Farmer gathering last … more
REGION — According to some of the highest-profile politicians in the country, and according to a myriad of stories from national news outlets on the subject, there’s plenty cause for … more
Sullivan 180 announces new director FERNDALE, NY — On October 5, Sullivan 180 announced that Amanda Langseder has been named director of the nonprofit devoted to turning around the health … more
HARRISBURG, PA — Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and runup to the General Election, the left and right of Pennsylvania politics have not agreed on much. From business closures to school … more
PENNSYLVANIA — Pennsylvania’s Democratic lawmakers and voters’ rights groups have enjoyed several victories ahead of this year’s 2020 General Election. Most recently, the PA … more
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
Metzger calls on FCC to reject Spectrum petition SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Sen. Jen Metzger (SD-42) has called on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reject a request made by Charter … more
HONESDALE, PA — Early on Labor Day morning, Honesdale business-owner Gina Pritchard was shocked to find out that somebody had broken into her store, Mommy and Me Consignments on Main Street. … more
TRISTATE AREA —  The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) on Thursday, September 10 voted to hold off on either approving or denying  the permit for the proposed Gibbstown Liquefied … more
REGION — The 2020 General Election is already historic. For New Yorkers and Pennsylvanians specifically, it’s going to be carried out in an unprecedented way. More voters than ever before … more
New leads in 1997 arson-homicide case MILANVILLE, PA — It has been 23 years since Patricia Madeline Woll passed away in a structure fire on River Road in Damascus Township. At the time, … more
MILANVILLE, PA  — It has been 23 years since Patricia Madeline Woll passed away in a strucutre fire on River Road in Damascus Township at 1 a.m. on August 28, 1997. At the time, state … more
New COVID-19 cases, reopenings In yet another health advisory, Sullivan County Public Health Services is alerting anyone who visited Paesano’s Pizzeria in Liberty on August 25, 26, or 27 … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Last Monday, Pennsylvania’s moratorium on evictions expired, causing concern throughout Pennsylvania that a spike in homelessness is imminent. Local housing officials … more
REGION — Residents of Honesdale Borough joined neighboring towns, and more than 800 communities throughout the country, on Saturday in a display of support for the U.S. Postal Service. In … more
ALONG THE DELAWARE — We may be still in the throes of a pandemic and an economic crisis, but the bridges will get fixed. That’s the word from the New York State Department of … more
HARRISBURG, PA — Last week, the PA Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) approved an advisory committee's recommendation to allow the fall sports season to start on schedule this year. … more
Wayne Highlands reopening, CARES Act funding Businesses, nonprofits and municipalities can now apply for COVID-19 relief in Wayne and Pike counties. The funding is being used to offset financial … more
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