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MILFORD, PA — In order to preserve the old, there’s a need for the new. A new fund, that is. Established by the Milford Enhancement Committee (MEC) at Greater Pike Community … more
MONTICELLO, NY — U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) met with state and local leaders in the Village of Monticello to discuss planned investments using funds from the … more
Measure to confirm PEMA director advances in Senate     HARRISBURG, PA — The Pennsylvania Senate has approved legislation requiring Senate confirmation of the … more
With summer on the wane, and fall just a few short weeks, away, the little blue-winged olive mayfly hatches are beginning in earnest on most Catskill rivers. I actually saw the first emergence in … more
HONESDALE, PA — Running for mayor can be challenging and fast-paced. You have to meet the deadline for getting your name on the ballot and campaigning. There are the debates, the public … more
My notes reveal that there had been no fishing since June 30, so it was time to go to the river. Since my friend, Rod, left for Montana on July 6 to chase trout around the “Big Sky,” … more
“I was walkin’ through the woods one day, in the merry merry month of May....” Yes, I’ve slightly adapted the song to suit my purpose here—to wake readers to … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — In Pennsylvania, magisterial district judges are considered “the frontline” of the commonwealth’s judicial system, the type of judge that residents are most … more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — In a village of 336 people, a voter turnout upwards of 127 is impressive.  On March 16, attorney William Chellis was elected mayor of Jeffersonville with 72 votes. … more
What’s new in the Upper Delaware region March 11-17 more
    HONESDALE, PA — The Borough of Honesdale engaged in unfair labor practices with a recent policy change within the local police department, the Honesdale Police Officers … more
Borough amends police hiring policy By OWEN WALSH HONESDALE, PA — The Honesdale Borough Council has made it easier and quicker to hire part-time police officers to help fill in the gaps … more
PA Republicans asked AG Shapiro to recuse self WASHINGTON, D.C. — As President Donald Trump pursues legal challenges to the election results in Pennsylvania, nine Pennsylvanian, Republican … more
House explosion near Hawley PAUPACK TWP, PA — Last Sunday around 6:20 a.m., Lakeville Fire Department and others responded to a house explosion in Paupack Township. One victim was located … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Monticello Mayor Gary Sommers announced the resignation of former Department of Public Works (DPW) acting Superintendent Raymond Jones to a crowd of protestors Thursday.  A … more
NATIONWIDE — Canadian scientists at the University of Lethbridge have produced a study that shows that some strains of cannabis can reduce the amount of the COVID-19 virus that enters a human … more
HARRISBURG, PA — In a press conference on Friday, May 8, Gov. Tom Wolf announced that 13 more counties are scheduled to shift from the commonwealth’s red phase to yellow phase of … more
HARRISBURG, PA — From the moment Gov. Tom Wolf ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses in PA to close, he has received pressure to reopen the state. Last Monday, Wolf made a concession for … more
LACKAWANNA COUNTY, PA — James May, former northeast regional press director for PennDOT, has announced that he is stepping down from his position at PennDOT and running to serve the 114th … more
What's going on in arts & culture January 23 to January 29 more
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