Despite displays of storms and thunder in the morning, the weather cooperated perfectly as the Honesdale community came out in big numbers on Memorial Day to honor its veterans and residents now serving in the military. Streams of spectators crowded every side of the route from the upper borough to
Central Park where a dedication ceremony was held. Read more
Chamber building, 2:30pm. Donations benefit Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County. 570/224-6206.
Sometime Tuesday May 24 there was a hit and run, which the Honesdale Borough Police Department are currently investigating. A support beam for a stairwell outside Honesdale Fire Department Hose Company #1 was struck by an unknown vehicle. The driver left the scene. The stairwell is in an alley next to Hose #1 and the Limerick.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Honesdale Borough Police at 253-1900.
Dress in your favorite business suit to walk Honesdale's streets & demand that clean water and air. Meet in Central Park, 1pm. 570351-4304.
"Food, Fun and Fiddlin' Around" at Grace Episcopal Church parish hall, 6pm, $50, tables of 8 $350. Food, wine, beer, soda & music by Steve Jacobi & Fiddlin' Around. Benefits Wayne County Historical Society. RSVP: email@example.com or 570/253-3240.
Honesdale Borough Police responded to a reported fight at 1037 Main Street, Apt. 4, nn 05-13-2011 at 2:23 a.m. The fight had spilled out onto the porch at the location, but was finished prior to police arrival. After an investigation, Honesdale Borough Police have filed charges against three persons involved in the fight early that morning. Read more
Remember people who fight wars, people who have died in war & the goal of peace & justice. Wear white & gather at north end of Main St., in small triangle park, 9:30am.
"Social Media & Your Small Business" at The Dime Bank (lower level), 5/26, 7-9pm, free. RSVP by 5/24: 570/253-5492.
Music, food, drinks, good cheer & head shaving to benefit the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute at Mick's Barber Shop, 5-8pm. 570/253-2910.
It is estimated that 80% of those who donate their locks/long hair to others in need of hair are children. That would certainly describe Jordan Patzuk, who at the age of four made the very mature decision to have twelve inches of her trailing locks lopped off. Read more