HONESDALE, PA — Human Services Director Andrea Whyte delivered the state’s bad news to the county commissioners on November 9.
GLEN SPEY, NY — Laurie Terry’s November 7 election as town clerk created three job vacancies in Lumberland’s town government. Terry will be replacing incumbent Ginny Horn, who chose not to seek re-election.
FOUNTAIN HILL, PA — Cpl. Seth Kelly, a Honesdale native and a corporal with the Pennsylvania State Police, was upgraded from critical to stable condition on November 13. That was after two surgeries to treat multiple gunshot wounds suffered after Kelly and another officer pulled over a man suspected of driving under the influence.
HAWLEY, PA — The room was full and the news was positive.
NARROWSBURG, NY — As the first year of the Trump Administration labors to a conclusion, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) continues to struggle with this year’s newly intense financial oversight by the National Park Service (NPS).
ELDRED, NY — Acknowledging a crowd of well over 100 community members, board president Carol Bliefernich began her report at the November 2 meeting stating that there are probably “100 different reasons why you are here.” She repeatedly stated that she looks forward to hearing from the public, either personally or in the forum of the public meet
REGION — There has been a rash of comments on social media in recent weeks about birds disappearing from bird feeders. The phenomena is reportedly real but not of concern, according to an email sent from Marc Devokaitis, a public information specialist at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
HAWLEY, PA — Arthur and Gail Frey were the recipients of the 2017 Ben Franklin Community Service Award. The honor was presented to the couple on November 2 by the Wayne County Community Foundation, which comes of a $1,000 grant that goes to the Newfoundland Food Pantry.
MONTOUR FALLS, NY — If it’s the fourth weekend in October, it must be Sullivan County Weekend at the State Fire Academy in Montour Falls.
SMALLWOOD, NY — The New York State Department of Health (DOH) filed a violation against Eagle Creek Renewables in July 2016 because the company, which owns the Toronto Reservoir, was not preventing residents from swimming in the reservoir.