St. Joseph Church of Rileyville will hold its annual Penny Social at the Catholic Family Community Center on Cliff St. Doors open at 5pm, calling begins at 6pm. Refreshments will be available. Includes basket raffle, door prizes, baked goods. Donations welcomed. 570/729-7024.
Open registration for Enrichment classes & Youth Afterschool Program. Info for all programs, including Homeschool Cooperative at The Stoneworks Learning Center, 1036 REAR Main St. (directly behind The Cooperage). More info at www.thestoneworks.org.
On September 23, Honesdale Borough Police arrested 22 year old Mark Delade of Dingmans Ferry, and a 17 year old female juvenile from Honesdale. The arrests stem from a three week long investigation of three residential burglaries, and at least five thefts from motor vehicles. Read more
The Wayne County Historical Society will bring history back to life at the historic Old Stone Jail, 6-9pm. Tickets: $10 in advance at historical society, $12 at the door. 570/253-3240.
Historic Honesdale's Harvest and Heritage Days. Vendors on Main Street and many activities throughout the day. 570/253-5492.
More than three decades of county service were honored on September 12, when the Wayne County Supervisors issued formal congratulations to their county solicitor, Lee Krause. Read more
A Honesdale comedian has pleaded guilty in a charge related to accidentally shooting his daughter in the face. Matthew Holmes, 39, pleaded guilty on September 12 to a count of Recklessly Endangering Another Person. Read more
The Greater Honesdale Partnership, in conjunction with the University of Scranton, Small Business Development Center, will host “Creating a Motivating Workplace” at The Honesdale National Bank’s Corporate Center, 6-8pm. Free. Register: 570/253-6864 or 570/253-5492, or email@example.com.
On 09/18/2013 Honesdale Police received a tip that 15 year old runaway Maddelyn Hayes and 28 year old Damian Acosta were staying in a home on Winter Ave, Staten Island New York. Read more
Growing Garlic Workshop at the Penn State Extension office, 6-8pm. Everything one needs to know about preparing, growing, harvesting and storing garlic with Brian Fox of Salem Mountain Farm. Cost: $5; children under 18 are free. 570/253-5970, ext. 4110.