The Wayne County Genealogy Group meeting at the Wayne County Public Library, 4:30pm. This month’s topic is “If You’re Irish, Come into the Parlor.” The group is open to both beginners and experienced family history researchers. Call 570/253-5468 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented by RiverFolk Concerts, 4pm. Raffle to benefit Wayne County Arts Alliance. Food available, BYOB. Tickets: $15 advanced, $18 at the door. Visit www.riverfolkconcerts.vpweb.com or call 845/252-6783.
The Wayne County Arts Alliance sponsor a special Valentine's Day showing of "The African Queen" at Cinema 6, 7pm. Roses and carnations will be given out to the first couple of dozen ticket buyers and door prizes will include a raft trip down the Delaware donated by Lander’s River Trips. Donation: $10. Proceeds support the Arts Alliance. 570/390-4420 or visit www.waynecountyartsalliance.org.
An open event for knitting, crocheting, darning, mending and sewing hosted by Transition Honesdale at the Chamber of Commerce community room, 3-5pm. Visit www.transitionhonesdale.org.
A new detective will join the office of the Wayne County District Attorney beginning immediately and focus mainly on crimes against women. Read more
The Wayne County commissioners allocated $86,958 for the Agriculture Land Preservation program in 2013. The purpose of the program is to keep land for agriculture use, not allowing it to be used for development. Read more
A Wayne County Jury convicted James Mihalis, age 54 of Honesdale, PA of Aggravated Assault With a Deadly Weapon, a Felony of the 2nd Degree, Simple Assault, a Misdemeanor of the 2nd Degree and Recklessly Endangering Another Person, also a Misdemeanor of the 2nd Degree. Read more
Honesdale High School presents the musical Little Shop of Horrors in the high school auditorium, 2pm. Adults $5, students and senior citizens $3, children under 3 free.
Honesdale High School presents the musical Little Shop of Horrors in the high school auditorium, 7pm. Adults $5, students and senior citizens $3, children under 3 free.
In a bid to reverse the agreement with CVS over the traffic patterns at the intersection of Main and Fourth Streets, council member Bob Jennings moved to reject the agreement.
That agreement was dated December 19 and was signed by council president F.J. Monaghan and Michael W. Buckless, vice president of Pennsylvania CVS Pharmacy.
The agreement said that “within 14 days” CVS must submit to the borough revised traffic plans for the intersection. As of January 11, 23 days had passed since the agreement was signed. Read more