WHITE LAKE, NY — Two people were arrested on December 2 for ingesting heroin before going into the Dunkin Donuts shop in White Lake.
POND EDDY, NY — Work on the new Pond Eddy Bridge is moving into the next phase of constructions. That involves moving the rock causeway away from the New York side of the Upper Delaware River so the river flows on that side of the river. Meanwhile workers will build a temporary rock wall or causeway on the Pennsylvania side of the river to aid
A very large crowd gathered in a decorated Town Hall on Sunday as adults tried their luck to win one of the assorted tricky tray offerings provided by many local businesses and citizens, and children had an opportunity to speak directly to Santa and Mrs. Claus.
What a weekend I had! I went down to Queens for Tommy’s sisters daughters 30th Birthday. On my way down I stopped to visit Fr. Bill. He is doing pretty good. He sends his love to all; if you would like to send him a Christmas card his address is 2 Morris Rd, Ringwood, NJ 07456.
WEST TRENTON, N..J. (Nov.
SAUGERTIES, NY — Former U.S. Rep. Maurice D. Hinchey, left, passed away on November 22, 2017 after a lengthy illness. He was 79. Hinchey, a Democrat, and former Rep. Benjamin Gilman, a Republican, between them served 50 years in Congress.
SAUGERTIES, NY — Maurice Hinchey served as a Congressman representing Sullivan County and other counties in the region for 22 years, and was known for being a champion of the environment and other progressive causes.
NARROWSBURG, NY — The purpose of the November 20 Tusten Town Board special meeting was to discuss the Little Lake Erie Dam. However, the agenda was upended by the presence of two officers from the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department who shared the news that a two-time sex offender had moved to the town.
HONESDALE, PA — Over the course of several decades, Honesdale has grappled with some core challenges that seem to defy a single lasting resolution. Adequate parking space on Main Street is one of them.
The state has said it will provide up to $50,000 for further study of repeated flooding in Livingston Manor. The announcement came from the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) on November 21.