Community Living

The Lake Lattimore easements, pictured, include 141 acres, located near Silver Lake Road in Dingmans Ferry, which were protected in 2007 as the first project of the Scenic Rural Character Preservation Program.

Conservation survey

PIKE COUNTY, PA — Pike County residents are invited to visit to complete a brief online survey and to share their opinions about protection of the clean water, healthy lands and scenic views that contribute to the high quality of life a

Looking Back

A postcard from Lillian Krauss’s family collection is captioned, “Post Office, Cochecton, NY,” and it is dated Oct. 8, 1910. The George V. Miller Co., Scranton, PA published the card.

Majek celebrates 10 years

MONTICELLO, NY — Majek Furniture will hold a customer appreciation day featuring a barbeque and furniture giveaway to celebrate its 10-year anniversary on Saturday, May 20, with doors opening at 10 a.m. There will be a drawing at 11:30 a.m. to win a $1,500 Ashley Furniture shopping spree or other prizes including an Ashley recliner.

Lake Huntington News

I was down on Long Island for a memorial service for Jean Kerrigan’s sister (Marie Smith) and nephew (Jeff Smith). Jean’s nephew Jeff was in the military, and they presented the American flag to his son. I’d never seen it done this way before.

Looking Back

The tiny village of Sherman lies at the very northernmost part of Scott Township, Wayne County. Originally called New Baltimore and renamed for General William Tecumseh Sherman, it was once a bustling center of industry, beginning with lumbering.

Lyme disease in dogs

Lyme disease is not a novel topic to all those that live in our region.  This year is showing to be a very aggressive tick-infestation season.  According to the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC), so far this year, one out of three dogs tested for Lyme disease is positive.

Narrowsburg News

Not many towns are able to boast businesses that have been in continuous operation for over 175 years. Narrowsburg is special in that regard. The Narrowsburg Inn was built by Abraham Cuddeback in 1840 and opened its door as the Narrowsburg Hotel.



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