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REGION — When people are dying, the world is in upheaval and nothing is the same, that’s probably not the time to start a business, right? Wrong. At least that’s how a … more
TUSTEN, NY — The Tusten Town Board decided in its meeting on Tuesday, September 14 to move forward with prohibiting marijuana dispensaries and smoking lounges. That decision wasn’t … more
Okay, so it wasn’t that long ago, 13 days to be precise. And I don’t think I can call 30 miles an intergalactic trip, but my annual trek to the Pine Bush UFO Fair is always out of this … more
COCHECTON, NY — Among the sights along the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway stands the Cochecton Pump House, a seemingly dilapidated brick structure, now home to a restaurant and performance … more
You may have noticed the Sullivan County Legislature doing something past legislatures too often avoided or ignored. We’re having meaningful discussions—in public—about important … more
COCHECTON, NY — Much of the business discussed at the regular meeting of the Cochecton Town Board on Wednesday, September 8 was postponed to a recessed meeting, to take place on Monday, … more
MONTICELLO, NY — People living near the railroad tracks in Callicoon probably agree with legislator George Conklin. He congratulated public works commissioner Ed McAndrew on the repairs to … more
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‘In the Works~In the Woods’ in Forestburgh FORESTBURGH, NY — A new arts festival at the Forestburgh Playhouse opens on September 9. Titled “In the Works~In the … more
MONTICELLO, NY — As the delta variant is infecting new hosts, people are being encouraged—and sometimes required—to mask up again. On August 27, the New York State Department of … more
PA & NY governors issue school mask mandate HARRISBURG, PA & ALBANY, NY— Allison Beam, acting PA health secretary, issued an order on Tuesday, August 31, requiring masks to be worn … more
LIBERTY. NY — Substance use disorders harm everyone they touch. They harm people who use drugs, they harm the families and friends of those people, and they harm the communities that they … more
I’ve said it before and will say it again: I don’t care for change. And yes, I’m aware that it’s inevitable. Doesn’t mean I have to like it though, does it? Ever wonder … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community, September 2 to 8 more
The Chamber of the Northern Poconos is pleased to announce its upcoming Community Awards Banquet on Thursday, October 28, 2021 at The Inn at Woodloch. The committee is currently seeking nominations … more
Steve Kitchen was born in Asbury, NJ, on October 9, to Pat and Don Kitchen. Sadly, Steve passed away on August 23rd. Always to be remembered as one of the “good guys,” he will be … more
Growing food will change your life Growing your own food is a humbling experience. It makes you realize how connected to the earth we are and to the environment generally. How dependent we are on … more
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Commissioners seek a qualified individual or company to join a public-private venture intended to bolster the local dairy industry in its position as a … more
HONESDALE, PA — “The ability to conduct case assessment is an innate talent that can’t be taught,” said Child and Youth Services manager Stephanie Bryant at the Wayne County … more
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