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Readers rally around Eileen Hennessy I am responding to a recent rather unfortunate letter in last week’s newspaper concerning your long time and very popular columnist Eileen Hennessey. It … more
When printer Ed Kraus dropped off a case of window envelopes yesterday he remarked that he had walked through those same doors when he first started working at Delaware Publications. more
Hats off to Warden Lowe We hear so much these days about deplorable conditions in prisons and inhumane treatment of prisoners. Visiting the Pike County Correctional Facility yesterday with a group … more
September is looking good here in Honesdale. How good, you ask? Have you seen any event calendars? Take Here & Now, for instance. They’ve got something going on every weekend and then some. … more
I had such a busy weekend, but I want to let you know I did go see a physic. She told me there is someone here in a brown bath robe, and I said that’s Father Bill. She said yes, he is smiling … more
Thank goodness for cold coffee drinks. The combined forces of summer heat and full cultural calendars regularly funnel this downtown Honesdale denizen* into a café queue. Currently, two … more
What a busy summer I am having. Last weekend, I went to George Schalk’s memorial down at Lander’s. George’s wife, Maureen, put on a fabulous party; everyone was sharing stories and … more
ELDRED, NY — June’s town board meeting brought the first post-holiday opportunity for Highland Supervisor Jeff Haas to laud the varied volunteer efforts in preparation for Memorial Day, … more
With school finally out of session and the June Solstice in the rearview, it is officially summer here in Honesdale. There are so many things happening in and around our little town to fill these … more
The New York Legislature and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have reached a deal to allow Empire Resorts, the company that owns Resorts World Catskills in Monticello, NY, to open a video lottery terminal in … more
The following is a statement from Steven Vegliante, chair of the Sullivan County Democratic Committee: "It has come to my attention that in an advertising mailer, Nadia Rajsz has made the … more
HORTONVILLE, NY — Town justice Charles Nystrom got the ball rolling at the Delaware Town Board meeting on June 12 with a letter addressing various security issues in the town. The … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — At its meeting June 6, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) directed what may be a last-ditch effort to avoid National Park Service (NPS) involvement in an ongoing controversy … more
Student scholarship, river cleanup NARROWSBURG, NY — Alec Milucky, a graduating senior at Sullivan West High School (SWHS), was awarded a $1,000 agricultural scholarship by the Upper Delaware … more
ALBANY, NY — The New York State Senate passed the Green Light Bill on June 17, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed it and the assembly had passed it a week earlier.  The legislation will allow the … more
BEACH LAKE, PA — Supervisor Cathy Hunt first congratulated incumbent supervisor Charlie Gries on his May 21 Republican primary win over former supervisor Paul Henry at the June 17 Berlin … more
MONTICELLO, NY — According to the New York State Department of Health (DOH), as of June 14, there were eight confirmed cases of measles in Sullivan County, 588 cases in New York City and 343 … more
GLEN SPEY, NY —  “They don’t really do it justice,” Lumberland Supervisor Jenny Mellan said of the photos of the town’s Woodstock Anniversary Dove, which she showed … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Born of, served by, and now defined by the river that flows through it, Narrowsburg knows well the power of water, for good and ill. In this summer season, nature’s … more
TEXAS TOWNSHIP, PA — Two property owners attended the Texas Township Supervisors meeting on June 16 asking permission to build a shed on their property, which they eventually intend to turn … more
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