REGION — A national movement to march on Washington, DC is being held the day after the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. Women from all over the country will unite to make their voices heard.
CALLICOON, NY — Delaware Valley Arts Alliance and the Callicoon Theater will present “Moonlight,” winner of the Golden Globe’s Best Drama Award, on Friday, January 13 through Tuesday, January 17, nightly at 7:30 p.m., with matinees at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Narrowsburg Diner opened last week and is serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The space was formerly The Whistlestop Diner but is now under new ownership and being operated by Kenny Emeigh. However, it’s still serving traditional diner fare.
HONESDALE, PA — A new report from Honesdale Safety Committee members Bill Canfied and Bob Jennings recommends doubling the number of full-time police officers on the force from three to six. The report was issued on January 9.
ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed a modernization program that if adopted by the legislature would allow expanded voting access that would include automatic voter registration, same-day registration and early voting.
VILLAGE OF MONTICELLO — A 45-year-old Monticello man was arrested after allegedly breaking into a couple’s home, stealing various items from them and assaulting them.
LORDS VALLEY, PA — A new drug take-back box was unveiled on January 9 at Lords Valley Village Pharmacy.
MONTICELLO, NY — David Sager, the manager of the Village of Monticello, is appealing the dismissal of the whistleblower lawsuit he filed against the Sullivan County Division of Family Services (DFS).
HONESDALE, PA — Ronald Schmalzle, a businessman from Pike County, is the newest member of the Wayne Memorial Hospital & Health System Board of Trustees. Wayne Memorial, headquartered in Wayne County, has offered outpatient services in Pike County for more than three decades.
ALBANY, NY — Sen. John Bonacic released a video on January 6, calling essentially disagreeing with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s college tuition plan. It would grant free tuition to students in CUNY and SUNY colleges, both two-year and four-year facilities, if the student comes from a family that earns less than $125,000 per year.