MILFORD, PA — Sherie Schoch, second-generation family member at Yetter Insurance, along with her husband and business partner, Jeff Schoch, will host a 45th anniversary celebration at their office at 109 Route 6 on Friday, September 29 at 10 a.m.
This display ad—pardon the poor quality of the clipping—was one of hundreds on the page on which it was placed featuring Sullivan County hotels and boarding houses. Imagine a week of resort amusements, clean linens and home-cooked meals all for $7 to $10 a week! New York City and Manhattan must have become ghost towns during the summer. A.
I have to start off by saying I am sorry there was no column last week. I was in Wayne Memorial Hospital from Saturday to Tuesday. I was sitting in Two Guys from Italy eating a nice lunch with my brother’s girlfriend, Debbie, when my ear popped and my throat started to vibrate and my face went numb.
REGION — This October marks the 100th anniversary of the date when people in all five New York City boroughs celebrated receiving some of the cleanest unfiltered water in the world from the Catskill Mountains through a complex network of aqueducts, reservoirs and tunnels.
WAYMART, PA — Billy’s New Hope Barn will hold a country music hoedown on Sunday, September 17 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Camp Ladore, 287 Owego Tpk. Recording artist Nikki Briar will provide music for listening as well as getting your feet tapping and joining your friends for line dancing.
A serious, unexpected and often dangerous situation requiring immediate attention defines what an emergency is. When a pet becomes ill, it is often something that pet owners rarely prepare for but certainly something that we need to think about before there is a time of need.
Eugene Dorflinger, a first cousin of Christian Dorflinger, was a worker at the Dorflinger factory in White Mills, PA. His son, John C.
An upbeat spirit and “happy-to-see-you-again” attitude was palpable at the Narrowsburg High School reunion on Saturday, September 8. Graduating classes from 1947-1961 were represented by the 166 attendees coming from near and far. Celebrating their 60th anniversary, a record number of the Class of 1957 was present.
HONESDALE, PA — The historic 168 year old Congregation Beth Israel, located at 615 Court St., will soon celebrate the Jewish New Year, and all are welcome to join. Founded in 1849, the congregation met in homes until the synagogue was built in 1856 on land donated by the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company.