LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — With the first blast of winter howling at the town hall door, the Cochecton Town Board did at its November 8 meeting what it does every year at this time: presented a fiscal year budget for voter comment.
HONESDALE, PA — The U.S. Senate’s version of tax reform was unveiled on November 7, and it would eliminate all state and local tax (SALT) tax deductions from federal income tax bills. The House version would have allowed $10,000 in property-tax deductions. The reaction from politicians came quickly.
HONESDALE, PA — According to documents obtained by The River Reporter, Bob Jennings, who was re-elected to the Honesdale Borough Council on November 7, has four times in the past year asked the council to pay for legal representation to determine whether Mayor Melody Robinson has the legal authority to halt a police investigation into a complain
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).
GLEN SPEY, NY — As sure as blooming flowers are an indication of spring, around the towns of Lumberland and Highland, signs advertising the community Thanksgiving dinner usher in this special time of the year.
ELDRED, NY — Ninety-nine years after the armistice was signed to end World War I, Highland residents gathered to honor their own on November 11 at 11 a.m. The commemoration was hosted by the Tusten-Highland-Lumberland VFW Post 6427 and the Sylvan Liebla American Legion Post 1363. Commander Peter D. Carmeci Sr.
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.