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HONESDALE, PA — With high winds and heavy snow forecast for Monday, January 17, the Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers (WMCHC) physician/provider offices will not open until 10 a.m. at the … more
GRAHAMSVILLE ― The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of a scam associated with the Town of Neversink Winterfest scheduled for Saturday, February 12,  at the … more
‘What really matters’ from the Yarnslingers CALLICOON, NY — The Yarnslingers, a group of storytellers, will perform on Sunday, January 23, beginning at 2 p.m. The event will take … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — Setting the thermostat at 92 degrees Fahrenheit this winter might sound a little extreme, but that’s exactly what’s happening inside five honeybee hives in SUNY … more
There is a tradition in our small angling community; I don’t know who started it. I do know it was not me. Originally, it may have been my old friend, Frank, although I don’t recall ever … more
Now that sunshine is at a premium, with shorter daylight hours, longer nights and cold weather, many of us know that the onset of “winter blues” is around the corner. Compounding this … more
REGION — Let me be the guy everyone will hate. Even though December’s been unseasonably warm, winter weather will catch up to us and we will be driving in it. There’s still plenty … more
“Wow, man, is it winter already? Where did the summer go, girl?” I wheezed at the dog. “Much less autumn? I guess the leaves fell off of the trees when I wasn’t looking” … more
If you regularly visit area lakes, you may have noticed a very small duck that wasn’t here during summer or early fall. Black and white and rather small, they would have appeared around … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community December 9 to 15 more
We are now entering the time of year when we will experience an increase in the number of infectious diseases in our families, work colleagues, and the community. It does not mean that these … more
Find some Christmas magic in Narrowsburg on Sunday NARROWSBURG, NY — The Tusten Youth Commission will create Christmas wonder in Narrowsburg, with a celebration featuring a tree-lighting, … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community November 25 to December 1 more
The last pancake breakfast EQUINUNK, PA — Well, not the last one forever. Just the last one for 2021. The Pine Mill Community Hall, on Pine Mill Road in Equinunk, will hold its final … more
The past few decades have seen a resurgence of bald eagles in the region, thanks to the banning of DDT, as well as efforts by state wildlife agencies to re-introduce the species during the 1970s to … more
Unusually high temperatures during the second week of March have ignited spring fever in many of us. Although it’s a welcome relief from the cabin fever fostered by the taxing weather … more
It’s officially T-shirt season in Pennsylvania. With the pallid sun-starved skin of winter, we northern-dwellers emerged this past week with excitement to make the most out of the first … more
I heard a crow this morning. Its boisterous caw resonated across the fields in front of my house when I ran out to get the mail. The wild sound reminded me that spring is alive and rustling beneath … more
We are past the middle of February, and the mild start of winter has now given way to more seasonable conditions. More temperatures in the single digits, as well as snow and ice, have resulted in a … more
There is a place where winter lasts from November through April when days are short on sunshine. Nights too long and cold, weather dark and dreary. No, it is not the Catskills. It is where the … more
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