HONESDALE, PA — Four candidates have announced their run to become Wayne County commissioners this year. Incumbent Republicans Joe Adams and Brian Smith jointly announced that they will be running in the primary in May.
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne Commissioners and the Pocono Mountain Vacation Bureau (PMVB) shelled out more than $35,000 for the tourism promotional work done by the area’s non-profits.
HONESDALE, PA — Kathy Martin, currently serving as the Senior Deputy District Attorney in the Wayne County District Attorney’s Office, is challenging Patrick Robinson. Robinson was appointed to the post a year ago after the previous District Attorney, Janine Edwards, won an election to become President Judge.
HONESDALE, PA — Penn State Extension Educator, Chelsea Hill, left, Wayne County’s Stourbridge Center Director Susan Shaffer and Jess Wolk, Wayne-Pike Workforce Alliance coordinator, are pictured on February 7 with Wayne commissioners Wendell Kay and Joe Adams.
The village of Milanville is on the site of one of the oldest settlements in Wayne County—a center of population half a century before the county was established in 1798. Pioneers had arrived in the future Damascus Township as early as 1755. By 1760, there were 30 houses and a block house, with Milanville as the center of the community.
HONESDALE, PA — Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in Wayne County. Nadine Greco, director of Wayne Memorial Hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation program appears before the commissioners each year to remind everyone about the importance of the prevention of, and rehabilitation following, heart issues.
HONESDALE, PA — Pennsylvania State Police have charged Cole Dufton, 25, with the homicide of 51-year-old Suzette Bullis. She was shot to death with a single bullet through her head, on December 19, 2018, according to court papers.
HONESDALE, PA — Winter may hide agriculture’s home under snow, but not its planning.
Meeting on a frozen January 31, the Wayne County Commissioners continued several planning efforts to reinforce the county’s traditional but faltering agricultural industry.
MILFORD, PA — Authorities in Wayne and Pike have arrested seven people in connection with a heroin and fentanyl ring that was connected to at least three overdose deaths.
If you’ve ever spent time in a city, you have an idea of what homelessness typically looks like—a picture that doesn’t match up with the reality of homelessness in our area.