Pike officials last week offered a pre-Christmas package for county taxpayers—no new taxes. Read more
The Ann Street School will host Story Time with Mrs. Claus on 10am-12 noon. Located in the Milford United Methodist Church, 206 East Ann St. Hear a special story from Mrs. Claus, make a holiday craft, eat yummy treats, and even have a chance for your child to to have a picture taken with Mrs. Claus. $5 per child. 570/296-6124.
Celebrate the season with an authentic Christmas Tea at the Church of the Good Shepherd and St. John the Evangelist, located on the corner of W. Catherine Street, 10am-3pm. There will also be a craft sale. Tickets cost $10 per person, $5 for children. 570/296-8123.
Pike County Hands of Hope candlelight vigil national homeless people's memorial at the Milford Courthouse lawn, 6pm. Take a few moments for those who have died from homelessness in our community. email@example.com.
Mary Ann Teeter says the Hawley Public Library serves almost a quarter of Pike’s population but receives only about $2,000 in Pike aid, compared to some $200,000 funding for the Pike County Public Library (PCLP). Read more
Billy the Boy Queen at the Milford Theatre, 2pm. Tickets: $10. Proceeds benefit the Milford Ecumenical Food Pantry. www.milfordtheatre.com.
Christmas craft and bake sale at The Milford United Methodist Church, 12 noon-2:30pm. Clothing, jewelery, holiday decorations, food and more. 570/296-3549.
Christmas craft and bake sale at The Milford United Methodist Church, 9:30am-3pm. Clothing, jewelery, holiday decorations, food and more. 570/296-3549.
Milford Borough does not readily accept changes to its appearance that involve the demolition of any buildings in its historic district. The Rite-Aid Corp. went through several designs and hearings on the demolition of an adjoining office building before its West Harford Street expansion won approval. Read more
As they did earlier this year, Wayne County library officials came before the Pike County Commissioners saying they deserve Pike funding because a large portion of their patrons are Pike residents. Read more