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SOUTH CANAAN TOWNSHIP, PA — A woman from Lackawanna County was killed by a falling tree on Thursday, April 30, while driving in Wayne County. The Wayne County Coroner's Office was dispatched … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — On Wednesday, February 12, SUNY Sullivan hosted the annual Sullivan County Indoor Track Championship “Down in the Bunker” at Paul Gerry Fieldhouse. The event … more
Temporary NPS superintendent named to the statement. “The Damascus Ambulance Corps, Lake Huntington Fire Company, Lava Fire Department and National Park Service (NPS) are examples of first … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Dayna Halprin does not want to hear young people in Sullivan County calling themselves “apolitical.” “You know, that’s a luxury: to be … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — At the monthly meeting of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) on December 5, executive director Laurie Ramie said she had attended a meeting with Wayne County Commissioner Chair … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — On Wednesday, November 13, Sullivan West Central School held its 2019-2020 junior varsity and varsity fall athletic awards presentation to recognize the accomplishments of … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Craig Rickard, director of the Department of Planning, told the commissioners at their business meeting that the Skinner’s Falls bridge, which was closed to traffic on … more
MILANVILLE, NY — Skinner’s Falls Bridge, which was to reopen on October 16, after inspections, has now been closed until further notice. A press released from PennDot says, the … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY – Driving across the Delaware River between Skinners Falls, NY and Milanville, PA requires the ability to keep all four tires firmly planted on a series of parallel … more
Hawley HAWLEY, PA — On Saturday, October 5, Hawley’s longest running seasonal festival, the Hawley Harvest Hoedown, is back, and it starts at 10 a.m. The event includes cider tastings, … more
Following my last column about fall webworms and eastern tent caterpillars, I decided to share something more pleasing to the eye, and to the spirit, therefore this paean to the restorative nature of … more
 In his 1949 book, “The Marvelous Adventures of Johnny Caesar Cicero Darling,” M. Jagendorf includes this tale of one of Johnny’s rafting adventures. ‘Hoops on the … more
I hate to break it to you all, but the leaves are turning colors. And falling. Yes, it’s beginning to look like autumn, and if that wasn’t proof enough, the apples are starting to ripen. … more
Labor Day has come and gone. I haven’t accomplished as much as I planned to this summer, but it gives me hope and ambition for next summer’s agenda. Days of grilling outside, listening to … more
Don’t let the end of summer get you down. As we transition into fall, make the most of the changing of the seasons with these festival-packed weekends. more
September is looking good here in Honesdale. How good, you ask? Have you seen any event calendars? Take Here & Now, for instance. They’ve got something going on every weekend and then some. … more
What's going on in your community August 29 to September 4 more
Dated April 1919, this picture of Peggy Runway Falls in Narrowsburg, NY is an example of the runways used during the old days of logging, to shoot logs down to the river in order to raft them on the … more
Previous writings indicate that Cochecton was either the first or the second permanent settlement in Sullivan County. Today, it is the smallest town in the county, but filled with love from its … more
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