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What's going on in arts, leisure and community July 15 to 21 more
PA turnpike raises 2022 toll rates HARRISBURG, PA — On July 6, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) approved a five-percent toll increase for 2022 for both E-ZPass and Toll By Plate … more
New leadership for Honesdale Rotary HONESDALE, PA — Robert and Alycia Schwartz were sworn in together as co-presidents on June 27 in the backyard of their Prompton home. Both long-time … more
Cuomo signs the Gender Recognition Act ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the Gender Recognition Act on June 24, removing longstanding barriers to equality under the law and ensuring … more
HANCOCK, NY — There’s more than one way to get rid of knotweed, and the Friends of the Upper Delaware River (FUDR) want you to know about the various methods. The organization held a presentation on ways to control the spread of knotweed at Fireman’s Field on Saturday, June 19. more
It’s hard to believe that summer is already upon us, especially for those of you who are new to the region and thought that winter would never end. On the flip side, spring was particularly … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community June 24 to 30 more
The American Jobs Plan has the potential to safeguard the reaches of our pristine Upper Delaware region by investing in workforce development and natural infrastructure. This historic proposal will … more
More railroad history coming into view SHOHOLA, PA — Greater Pike Community Foundation Executive Director Jenni Hamill recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Shohola Railroad and … more
LONG EDDY, NY — On Saturday, April 24, a group of Sullivan West students from the high school’s National Honor Society (NHS) and members of the student council turned out in force to help … more
Emergency Management Office and Area Agency on Aging deliver COVID-19 vaccinations to homebound PIKE COUNTY, PA — Pike County’s Office of Emergency Management and Area Agency on Aging … more
LONG EDDY, NY — A funny thing happened on the way to the Sullivan West High School National Honor Society’s litter sweep along Basket Creek near the tiny, yet historically rich riverside … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Tusten’s draft Comprehensive Plan (the plan), in the making for more than a year, is now in the hands of the National Park Service (NPS). Reviewed by the Upper Delaware … more
      ELDRED, NY — In a process that was almost two-and-a-half years in the making, the Town of Highland passed its rewritten zoning law with the approval of the … more
With my camera, that is. Truth be told, it was never my ambition to be a photographer. I began my career in writing long ago but invariably relied on others to provide images for content when … more
CALLICOON, NY — Backed by Sullivan County’s Republican legislative chairman, a Republican state senator and a range of local leaders from both parties, Rep. Antonio Delgado announced the … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — How do you prepare for a disaster of epic proportions? Director of Public Affairs for New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Adam Bosch answered that … more
CALLICOON, NY — A century ago, the Callicoon train station held crowds: people getting on trains, getting off trains, meeting family, stopping by to see if anything interesting was going … more
CALLICOON, NY — The Callicoon Business Association (CBA) has signed a long-term lease with the Central New York Railroad Corporation for the historic 1896 railroad depot building and grounds in the center of the hamlet.  It's soon to become an Upper Delaware visitors center. more
ELDRED, NY — The Highland Town Board meetings held during the past year have often been sparsely attended and mundane affairs. Tuesday, February 9, found the Eldred Town Hall at its COVID-era … more
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