Games, food, petting zoo, bouncy house & more at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1-4pm, free.
Anthony Rake, 30 of Honesdale was charged with harassment by the Honesdale Borough Police, following a domestic dispute on Main Street. Read more
Honesdale – A phone was reported stolen from a residence on East Street in the Honesdale Borough. An unknown person/s was reported to have taken the phone from the victim’s East Street residence. The victim reported the theft on 7/16/11, at approximately 7:45 p.m. The phone is a third generation I phone, black in color. Read more
Honesdale Police investigated a two car crash in the 800 block of Main St, Monday, July 18. Read more
Merchandise specials, live music, "Honesdale Honey Bun" contest, pig intelligence shows & more on Main St., 9am-6pm.
On Monday 07/11/2011 Honesdale Borough Police responded to the area of 130 Grandview Avenue for a two car crash. A 2007 Doge Nitro, being operated by 73 year old Robert Dougher of Honesdale, was traveling east on Grandview Avenue. Dougher began to slow down to turn right into a parking lot.
As Dougher began to turn, a 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe, being operated by 20 year old Matthew Hafler of Honesdale, impacted the rear of Dougher’s vehicle. Hafler stated he took his eyes off the road, and when he looked back in front of him, he was unable to avoid Dougher’s vehicle. Read more
Napkin dispensers outside The Gravity Ice Cream store on 6th Street in Honesdale were lit on fire sometime between the night of July 4 and early morning of July 5. The dispensers were hanging on the wall outside the store. The fire extinguished itself within the dispensers, without causing damage to the building. The person who lit the fire is not known at this time. Read more
Support the library & indulge your inner fashionista on the front lawn of Wayne County Public Library during regular hours. 570/253-1220.
Tour sites Brownscombe frequented, 8/5, 4pm, Wayne County Visitors Center, lower parking lot, $10 Historical Society members, $15 non-members. Tour ends at the museum w/ exhibits of Brownscombe's works. RSVP by 7/30: 570/253-3240.
An environmental group active in this area for the last three years is training four high school students to do free energy assessments of homes in Wayne and Pike counties. Read more