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LOCK SHELDRAKE, NY — While we are all focusing on the expanding COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on our community, I wanted to take an opportunity to let you know of some of the … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Gov. Tom Wolf has expanded his stay-at-home order to include nine more counties, including Wayne and Pike counties. According to Wolf's press release, individuals in one … more
HARRISBURG, PA – On Thursday, March 26, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced that the Department of Homeland Security has postponed the enforcement date for REAL ID from October 1, … more
HONESDALE, PA — On the morning of Thursday, March 26, the Wayne County Board of Commissioners held its usual meeting inside the unusually quiet courthouse. more
Since its founding in 1881, the American Red Cross has been dedicated to serving people in need, consistently fulfilling its mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of … more
The Red Cross volunteer recruitment notice in the Middletown Times-Herald Record didn’t promise adventure or a place in American history. But Maria Frangipane and husband Al of Bethel found no … more
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne Memorial Hospital has issued an urgent public health message asking "anyone coming from an area significantly affected by COVID-19, such as New York City, … more
HONESDALE, PA — Starting Tuesday, March 24, Wayne Memorial Hospital began pre-screening all patients and visitors prior to entering the main part of the hospital. Pre-screenings are done at the … more
Monticello, NY – Sullivan County Legislature Chairman Robert Doherty announces that Legislature Vice Chair Mike Brooks, Sheriff Michael Schiff, County Manager Josh Potosek and Public Health … more
Each year at this time, right around the end of March, anglers eagerly await the start of another trout season. In some angling circles, that is all the talk is about. I know I’ve been hearing … more
If you have walked past a small pond within the last few days, chances are you have heard the first wood frogs quacking away as they strive to attract a mate and breed. Soon after, spring peepers … more
As the sun set on day seven of my quarantine, I took stock of not only my pantry but also the state of the world-at-large. So much has changed in so little time; while much of it is scary, … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Senate an the White House  on March 25 agreed to a $2 trillion stimulus deal that will include direct payments to individuals  in order to blunt the economic impact … more
We’re oneBut we’re not the sameWe hurt each otherThen we do it … more
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Faced with a situation modern society has never encountered before, it’s not surprising that there will be different opinions about what are the best steps to take in dealing with it. No one on … more
I was trying to put together an hor d’oeuvres menu for a couple my sister, Janet, and I had invited over, when I received an email that one of the two was lactose intolerant and could eat not a … more
One of the favorite questions in our household is “Do you have any thoughts for dinner?” Generally, the answer lies in what might be leftover in the fridge that can be reconstructed, as … more
Around the first of the month, I saw eight robins hanging out in my backyard—always a welcome sign for me that spring isn’t far away. Yes, I admit that I feed birds year-round, having … more
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