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I went to Jamaica last month to attend my nephew’s wedding. It was a wonderful vacation filled with snorkeling, sumptuous food and, of course, the lovely wedding ceremony on a dazzling … 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
My algorithms haven’t learned as much about me as they think. I would have assumed relocating to a very different environment—from major city to major country—would have made … more
Port Jervis lynching to be discussed PORT JERVIS, NY — On June 2, 1892, Robert Lewis, a Black citizen, was lynched on East Main Street in Port Jervis, NY. Fueled by a rumor he had raped a … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community August 12 to 18 more
Our little town, no doubt, inspires passion. Opinions are shared in what is usually a functional manner. Not without disagreement, but in many ways, our local concerns are infinitely more … more
MONTICELLO, NY — When a child goes missing, Amber Alerts kick in. But what about a missing adult, an active shooter, or a flash flood warning?  We rely on police and sheriff’s … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Four Upper Delaware regional history books chronicling the spectacular New York State Route 97 Hawk’s Nest section, the 1779 Revolutionary War Battle of Minisink, the … more
HARRISBURG, PA — Pennsylvania has passed a spending plan through June 2021 that does not raise taxes, avoids major cuts to state programs and uses about $1.3 billion in federal coronavirus … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community October 8 to 14 more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community August 6 to 12 more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — SUNY Sullivan’s college bookstore is now a thing of the past, but the space isn’t going away.  It’s becoming a school-age child care facility, … more
We’ve all heard that expression, and I dare say it often rings true, but perhaps even more so now in these topsy-turvy (you may quote me) times. As businesses both large and small begin to … more
HONESDALE, PA — As the past several weeks of Wayne County Commissioners meetings have shown, Honesdale Borough is still reeling from the effects of a social media rumor from early June. But … more
By OWEN WALSH HONESDALE, PA — The Honesdale Borough Council began its June 15 meeting by accepting the resignation of Bill Canfield, the council’s vice president who served on the … more
Callicoon Riverside Park receives L.L.Bean Community Fund Award CALLICOON, NY — Outdoor clothing company L.L.Bean, in partnership with The Trust for Public Land (TPL), has announced that the … more
HONESDALE, PA — Councilor Robert Jennings has made repeated attempts to change the grievance policy in the borough’s employee handbook. His third try proved to be the charm at the June 1 … more
Whats going on in arts, leisure and community June 4 to 10 more
HONESDALE, PA — For the second consecutive meeting, the fate of a local school district’s graduation ceremony fell into the hands of the Honesdale Borough Council members. A request for … more
HONESDALE, PA — All events on Honesdale Borough park property have been cancelled “until further notice,” after a 6-1 vote during Honesdale Borough Council’s first meeting of … more
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