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(NAPSI)—Most people would probably agree that having a dog charge at them and bite is a frightening experience. The Postal Service reports that that is exactly what happened to over 5,800 letter … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community June 10 to 16 more
Regarding Resnick’s May 27 ‘My View’ I am writing in response to Randy Resnick’s myopic op-ed that argues against the proposed NYS carbon tax. I will be brief. Climate … more
While the Biden administration’s support of a patent waiver on COVID-19 vaccines is a noble sentiment, the situation is far more complex and could result in long-term problems with innovation, … more
(NAPSI)—Enabling K-12 schools to reopen for in-person learning is a high priority for parents, communities and governments. In fact, President Biden’s National Strategy for the COVID-19 Response … more
Letters to the editor May 27 to June 2 more
HONESDALE, PA — After taking 2020 off due to the pandemic, the Honesdale Memorial Day Parade is on for this year, though it will look a bit different than it has in the past. more
HONESDALE, PA —For people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, recreational boxing is one of the best ways out there to stay active, Rolland Grote said. more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — It’s hard to be an event venue when all your events have been canceled. For local places like The Cooperage Project in Honesdale and the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildflower … more
(NAPSI)—A new nationwide poll, the GeneSight Mental Health Monitor, has found more than 8 in 10 people diagnosed with depression say life would be easier if others could understand their … more
Hello. I hope you are all doing well. When I was on Facebook, I saw a post from Brian Heinle that said, “On behalf of the membership of the Lake Huntington Fire Company, and one very proud … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Work has continued apace on the ex-campground that is evolving into the Callicoon Creek Park. Carter Strickland, state director for the Trust for Public Land, laid out a … more
There are great ideas floating around this area, and Community ReBuilders—a program offered through Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress—is giving them a solid foundation. Community … more
Chalk up two tiny victories in my personal quest to reduce single-use plastics. First, I finally found a great bar shampoo. My search began years ago with some biodegradable “hair soap” … more
Christian Dorflinger was still a young man of 32 in 1860 when he began to plan his next and most significant project: his huge glass factory in White Mills, PA.  Dorflinger was born in … more
DEC announces Compost Awareness Week NEW YORK — The New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has  announced that Compost Awareness Week is May 2 to 8 to raise awareness … more
It can feel like our lives have been upended. Nothing is the same. Some of our loved ones are gone. Some are far away and we can’t visit. Jobs are gone, jobs are crawling back. How many … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The controversy that is blowing up over the county’s April 23 meeting raises some questions. Why couldn’t legislator Nadia Rajsz vote that day?   While … more
(NAPSI)—Backyarding—the trend to use the backyard for everything from tele-working to working out to relaxing—has a different purpose for each person. Identifying your backyard’s role in your … more
(NAPSI)—Does your college graduate need health insurance? Perhaps this is the last thing you are asking yourself but may be among the most significant. About one in five people in their 20s do not … more
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