WHITE LAKE, NY — The Santa Express stopped in White Lake this past weekend bringing holiday cheer to the hamlet after making a stop in the Village of Liberty—and it will be out again this coming weekend, stopping in Eldred, Glen Spey, Barryville and Yulan on December 9 and Jeffersonville and Narrowsburg on December 10.
HONESDALE, PA — The 2018 Wayne County budget is calling for a property tax increase for the first time since 2013.
MONTICELLO, NY — Resorts World Catskills, which is scheduled to open on March 1, 2018, has scheduled two job fairs to fill 1,400 positions ranging from housekeeping to slot operations.
WAWAYANDA, NY — The Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) power plant, and more specifically the Valley Lateral Pipeline (VLP), which will carry gas from the Millennium Pipeline to the power plant, have been plagued by setbacks since the beginning.
MILFORD, PA — Terry Muller, 51, and James Muller, 64, of Greentown were convicted of various counts related to child abuse against their adopted daughter on December 1. The charges included unlawful restraint, false imprisonment and endangering the welfare of a minor.
MONTICELLO, NY — Judge Stephan Schick on November 22 dismissed a lawsuit brought by Tusten councilperson Ned Lang, against fellow councilperson Brandi Merolla and town supervisor Carol Wingert.
WASHINGTON, DC — People on both sides of the political aisle believe the Senate tax cut legislation that was passed on December 1 will be good for their party in the election in 2018. Republicans think it will help them maintain control of the Senate, but Democrats believe just the opposite. On the day it passed, Sen.
HONESDALE, PA — At its December 4 meeting, the Honesdale Borough Council approved a request from the Wayne County Historical Society to mark the site of the former Irving Cliff Hotel.
REGION — After some six years of a de facto ban on hydraulic fracturing in the Delaware River Watershed, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) has issued draft regulations that would officially ban the practice in the basin.
ELDRED, NY — Workmen were at the Eldred Preserve on December 5, knocking down the buildings at the facility. One of the workmen said all of the buildings were going to be taken down, but he was not aware of any plans for new buildings in the future.