GLEN SPEY, NY — Solar energy proponents want Lumberland officials to consider a new energy provider alternative that New York State has made available, which could provide cheaper, renewable energy.
PORT JERVIS, NY — After Cornerstone Family Healthcare held a meeting about the proposed methadone clinic with Port Jervis residents in the Salvation Army premises, city council member Kirsty Trovei read a statement in the council’s Monday February 26 meeting.
NEWFOUNDLAND, PA — In a story that has appeared in newspapers around the country, the students at a nearby elementary school will be moved to a different building on a day set aside for couples to bring guns to a church.
WURTSBORO, NY — Five of six candidates hoping to pick up the Democratic nomination to run against Republican John Faso in November gathered at the Mamakating Town Hall on February 24 for a forum. The five men voiced similar views on a number of topics. First up was the question of gun control.
WESTFALL, PA — Following on the Valentine’s Day school massacre in Florida, Dr. John Bell emphasized campus security at Delaware Valley district schools at the school board’s February 15 meeting.
HORTONVILLE, NY — The Delaware Town Board is currently in the process of taking over the town’s water system. The current system, which serves the hamlet of Callicoon, is privately owned. The town wants to take ownership and make improvements to the water system.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Supreme Court on February 26 declined to overturn a lower court ruling that said the administration of President Donald Trump must keep the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA) program operational, at least for now.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Tusten Supervisor Carol Wingert announced on February 26 that she is withrdawing a request that the town pay for health insurance for her.
HONESDALE, PA — Commissioners Chair Brian Smith shuffled a handful of project plans as he entered the room for the commissioners’ February 22 meeting. Those plans, he explained, were for a Waymart proposal to add a baseball field and restrooms at the borough park. That plan wasn’t on the agenda, but several others were.
It’s March. It’s a weeknight. And you’re looking to go out for dinner or drinks in Narrowsburg. In years past, your options would have been pizza (Carini’s, 112 Kirks Rd.), or Chinese food (China King, 225 Bridge St. or Chinatown Kitchen, 116 Kirks Rd.).