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Voter reliability honored in Wayne

The best business of the day at the August 22 meeting of the Wayne County Commissioners came after the conclusion of the their regular agenda.  Read more

Honesdale man arrested for growing pot

A Honesdale man has been arrested for growing pot plants both inside and outside of his home at 20 Oregon Turnpike.  Read more


August 30, 2013

Honeyfingers, playing 50's era country jazz, perform at The Cooperage as part of the “Concerts in the Coop” series, 7:30pm. 570/253-2020.

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Campo Doro Vocal Institute

September 2, 2013

Singers from the Campo Doro Vocal Institute perform at The Cooperage, 2:30pm. This ‘Musical Potpourri’ will feature classical songs, Broadway sets and traditional folk songs. Suggested donation $20, but no one turned away. 570/253-2020.

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When some are more equal than others

Wayne County’s 2005 update of its tax assessment rolls provided more realistic values for county property owners than had previously obtained, but may be costing Lehigh Township property owners in school taxes.  Read more

Open mic night

August 28, 2013

Open Mic Night at The Cooperage, 7:30-10pm. Hosted by Mike Jung. Come early to sign-up. BYOB. 570/253-2020.

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Author William Katz

August 25, 2013

The Historical Society will host author William Katz as its speaker for the “Sunday at the Museum” program in the multi-purpose room at the Wayne County Historical Society, 2pm. 570/253-3240.

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Music for Ministry

September 7, 2013

Local bands play to benefit the Honesdale area ministerium in Central Park, 12 noon-7pm. Paul Kellogg and Classic Country, Janet Burgan and The Local Boys. 570/253-2760.

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Contra dance

August 24, 2013

There will be a special, goodbye-summer-hello-fall Contra Dance at The Cooperage,7:30-10pm. Visit or call 570/253-2020.

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Youthful track and field athletes lauded in Wayne

Top Wayne County finishers at the recent finals of the annual Hershey Track and Field competition were recognized by the county commissioners on August 1. Wayne County Parks and Recreation Director Ray Ofner has been coordinating the local program for more than 35 years. Ofner said local first-place competitors were invited to regional competitions in Easton, and first- and second-place finishers there went on to compete at the finals at Penn State in State College.  Read more

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