After three days of testimony at a preliminary hearing, Pike County Judge Joseph Kameen ruled that a trial of Donald and Eleanor “Nelia” Wall, husband and wife, should be held to investigate whether they are guilty of the charges brought forth from a two-year grand jury investigation. Read more
While groups of supporters of the Pond Eddy Bridge hassled into the night with each other and with a consultant engineer over the best design of the new bridge, George Ollert, a resident of Pond Eddy, PA, was getting more frustrated by the minute. Read more
Firehouse, 4-7pm, $10. Refreshments, games. RSVP recommended: 570/559-7525. Tickets at Shohola twp. bldg., 8:30am-4:30pm.
The much-awaited grand jury report has finally arrived after nearly two years of bitter rumor and speculation in Shohola Township with two sides lining up in favor or against the Walls. Read more
At their organizational meeting, the Shohola Township supervisors approved the appointment of Patricia Jeffers, a woman owning 300 acres along the river in Shohola, as the township’s Upper Delaware Council (UDC) representative, in place of Scott Rando, who has represented the township on the UDC council for four years. Read more
Caroling, refreshments & gifts at The Caboose, 7pm. Bring non-perishable food items for donation to food pantry.
The Caboose, 1-3pm. Caroling at Twin Cedars follows.
Variety of Italian dishes to choose from at the firehouse, adults $9, children $5, under 5 free. BYOB. email@example.com.
Games, crafts, food, music & costume parade (12noon) at Rohman Park, 11am-2pm. Rain location: Shohola Fire Station. Prizes. Benefits Boy Scout Troop #76. 570/296-6975.
St. Jacobi Lutheran Church, doors open 2pm, calling 3pm. Refreshments. 570/559-7406.