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Relief, reopening and rehab Starting this Monday at noon, restaurants and other food industry businesses throughout the region will be able to begin applying for direct financial relief through … more
Cannbis legalization, bridge rehabilitation, COVID precautions Now that  New York has become the 15th state to legalize recreational-use marijuana, some Sullivan County officials are … more
Transportation and aid news Northeast Pennsylvania’s federal representative Matt Cartwright has announced that the recently passed American Rescue Plan will bring an estimated $270 million … more
Fracking ban passed, potential budget cuts This past Thursday was a day of celebration for environmental advocates throughout the region. The Delaware River Basin Commission, the regulatory body … more
Fracking ban considered, reopenings in NYS The Delaware River Basin Commission is holding a special meeting next Thursday where the commissioners will consider final action on banning fracking in … more
Fracking, budget and COVID tests In a rare 2-1 vote, the Wayne County Commissioners have decided to join a lawsuit challenging the Delaware River Basin Commission’s moratorium on fracking. … more
PA restrictions lifted soon, other COVID news For many business owners in Pennsylvania, this weekend marks the final stretch before state restrictions on them are lifted. In mid-December, Gov. Tom … more
Cuomo expects COVID-19 to spike Amid burgeoning rates of COVID-19 across the country, New York State has maintained one of the lowest infection rates in the U.S. However, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is … more
COVID rising, election questioned Like the rest of the country, COVID-19 is back on the rise in Pennsylvania. The commonwealth saw its largest ever increase in new cases between last Wednesday and … more
Dancing mailboxes and free meals Gov. Tom Wolf is planning some financial relief to the state’s hard-hit restaurants and bars. The governor is working with the PA Liquor Control Board to … more
Polling places changes, trick-or-treating In a rare show of bipartisanship, both Republicans and Democrats in the Pennsylvania House are calling for the Republican state Rep. Aaron Bernstine to … more
Census count extended, new Monticello mayor Local census-takers thought they were days away from being finished with this year’s Census Count, until this past Friday when a federal judge … 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
PA election and COVID-19 news While Joe Biden was accepting the Democratic nomination for president last Thursday, President Donald Trump visited Northeast Pennsylvania. During a speech in … more
Recommendations and relief Gov. Tom Wolf surprised many PA residents during a press conference Thursday, during which he said that he and state health officials are recommending that school sports … 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
COVID-19: 'Good news' and enforcement Roy Den Hollander, the anti-feminist lawyer who was found dead in the Town of Rockland on Monday, has now been linked to two recent murders. Law enforcement … more
Rumors and restrictions A rumor circulated through Facebook this week, saying that the Honesdale Borough Police Department is getting defunded by next year. Honesdale Borough has since released a … more
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