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Capra Collina holds grand re-opening

HONESDALE, PA — A grand re-opening ribbon cutting was held on Tuesday, April 7, for Capra Collina Winery, celebrating its move to a new location, 1029 Main St., near The Gentle Arts.  Read more

Combined Energy Services contributes to local church

MONTICELLO, NY — Combined Energy Services (CES), a local, family-owned regional energy supplier, recently provided a $1,000 heating fuel credit to Bethlehem Temple Church.

“Bethlehem Temple Church has been a CES fuel customer for more than 40 years,” said Mike Taylor, co-owner at Combined Energy Services. “We felt it was extremely important to help the church during this record cold winter, as they are not only a loyal customer, but also a staple in our community that enhances the quality of life by providing spiritual connections for so many.”  Read more

In search of the best sandwich maker

MONTICELLO, NY — Marshall and Sterling Insurance will celebrate the grand re-opening of its offices, now located at Route 42 and High Street, on Saturday, June 6. During the day, an “Iron Chef”-style sandwich-making contest will be held. Locals are encouraged to participate.  Read more

Jeffrey Gerson named to Barron’s Top 1,200

New York, NY — Jeffrey Gerson, who maintains a residence in Barryville, has been named to Barron’s list of America’s Top 1,200 Advisors: 2015 State-by-State. Gerson is executive director, sports and entertainment group director, senior portfolio management director and financial advisor at Morgan Stanley’s Penn Plaza Wealth Management office.  Read more

Decker promoted at Jeff Bank

JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Jeff Bank has announced the appointment of Rhonda Decker to the role of senior vice president and branch administrator. In this role, Decker is responsible for oversight of Jeff Bank’s 12 banking locations including sales, customer service, operations, security and staffing.  Read more

Rolling V promotes Reebe

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — Rolling V Bus Corp., a Sullivan County-based passenger transportation company, announced the promotion of Chris Reebe to the position of maintenance director.

A Rolling V employee for more than 12 years, Reebe will now oversee the day-to-day safety and maintenance operations for all Rolling V operations, headquartered in South Fallsburg.

“The oversight of the department is now in Chris’ hands, and we are confident that he is the right person for the job,” said Rolling V Bus Corp. President Phil Vallone.  Read more

Shawnee Inn goes green

UPPER DELAWARE REGION — The Delaware Highlands Conservancy welcomes the Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort to the Green Lodging Partnership, an initiative that allows visitors to our region to invest in land conservation through a voluntary $2-per-stay donation at participating lodgings.  Read more

Forty-two Rolling V drivers honored for driver safety

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — Rolling V Bus Corp. has announced that 42 drivers have been awarded distinguished GreenRoad Fleet Elite memberships for excellence in driver safety.

The highest GreenRoad honor, induction into Fleet Elite, is reserved for school bus drivers with at least 500 hours behind the wheel who achieve a safety score of five or less for the entire year. A score of 20 or below is considered safe or “Green” driving. Scores between 21 and 50 are considered moderately risky, while anyone exceeding 50 is considered a risky driver.

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

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