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TripAdvisor names Woodloch best for families

HAWLEY, PA — Woodloch Pines, a family resort located in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, has been selected by TripAdvisor as the number one best large hotel for families in the United States and the sixth best in the world for its annual Travelers’ Choice Awards.

TripAdvisor represents the world’s largest online travel community. The best resorts for families were awarded based upon those that were most highly rated by people traveling with their families.  Read more

Pike chamber sets annual meeting

MILFORD, PA — The Pike County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual installation dinner and general membership meeting on January 28 at 5:30 p.m. At the meeting, new directors will be inducted, and the new slate of officers for 2015 will be installed. The ceremony and dinner will be at The Waterwheel Café. The fee is $31 for Pike Chamber members and $41 for non-members. If you are interested in attending, call to make a reservation at 570/296-8700.  Read more

CES merges with A1 Heating

DINGMANS FERRY, PA — Combined Energy Services (CES) owner Mike Taylor and A1 Heating Service owner Joe Williams announced today that their companies have merged and will operate out of the Combined Energy Services office in Dingmans Ferry. The merger with A1 Heating Service will provide new and existing customers with enhanced fuel oil services, as well as cater to a wider delivery area and offer customers the option to pay bills online and explore capped-price budget-payment plans.  Read more

Inner Light Healing opens

MILFORD, PA — The Pike County Chamber recently celebrated the grand opening of Inner Light Healing with owner Judy Chant. The business will operate out of the Wells Fargo Bank office suites upstairs at 224 Broad St., Suite 206. Inner Light Healing is wellness nurturing through energy therapy. Chant graduated in 2004 from the four-year Barbara Brennan School of Healing, which awards degrees in Brennan Healing Science, an energetic system that combines hands-on healing with the living dynamics of our human energy-consciousness system.  Read more

MBA holds first meeting of 2015

MONTICELLO, NY — The Monticello Business Association (MBA) will hold its first meeting of the year at Mr. Willy’s Restaurant on Route 42 South on January 15 from 6 to 7 p.m. This is not a membership drive and there is no cost to be a member of MBA. The only requirement is that you own or work for a business in the greater Monticello area.  Read more

Rolling V becomes NOAA ambassador

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY. — Rolling V Bus Corp., a leading passenger transportation company based in the Catskills Region, is the first bus corporation accepted as a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather-Ready Nation (WRN) Ambassador.  Read more

Small business assistance meeting rescheduled

MONTICELLO, NY — An informational meeting on Sullivan County’s new Microenterprise Assistance Program (MAP), designed to assist owners of small businesses in Sullivan County and people looking to start a business here, has been moved from December 9 to Thursday, December 18 at 6 p.m. at the government center.  Read more

Honey Hill cuts ribbon

CALLICOON, NY — Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce representative Carl Santos, far right, and Sullivan County Legislator Cindy Geiger, far left, joined New York State Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther and guests as Ellany Gable cut the ribbon celebrating the grand re-opening of Callicoon’s Honey Hill Pottery. Gable has now joined forces with potter Franco Lo Pinto (fourth from left) who is “thrilled to be in the Upper Delaware River region,” where he “looks forward to becoming an active member of the arts community.” For hours of operation visit www.facebook.com/Honey-Hill-Pottery.

Carlucci new manager of The Sullivan

ROCK HILL, NY — The Sullivan Hotel recently welcomed Tony Carlucci, a Monticello native, as the hotel’s general manager. Carlucci will be responsible for continuing to foster and cultivate the vision of the hotel created by the Resnick Group.  Read more

Divine Finds offers antiques, clothing, consignments

HONESDALE, PA — Consignments, clothing, collectibles, jewelry and antiques are just some of the things you’ll find at a new store in Honesdale: Divine Finds. Located next to the Trackside Grill in Honesdale, 742 Main St., the new store opened its doors on Black Friday.

Divine Finds has something for everybody on your gift list, from old-fashioned wooden lures for your favorite fisherman, tools to help Dad with his “Honey Do List,” furniture and antiques that remind you of Gram’s.  Read more

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