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NARROWSBURG, NY — “It’s about putting authors and artists into conversation,” said Aaron Hicklin about the Deep Water Literary Festival, taking place this year from Friday … more
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne Highlands school board on May 21 honored three distinguished high-school seniors for their outstanding achievements.  Jillian Hoey—a varsity field … more
HIGHLAND, NY — Nonna Hall left the planning board meeting in tears. The board pushed her application back to June—its second postponement. In the meantime, Hall can’t begin … more
HONESDALE, PA — Former Honesdale Department of Public Works (DPW) employees say they were unnerved when, soon after quitting, they all got a visit from the borough police about vandalism at the … more
WURTSBURO, NY — Local residents oppose a plan to close Route 17’s exit 114 leading into the Village of Wurtsboro.7 The closure is part of the NYS Route 17 Mobility & Access … more
TUSTEN, NY — Members of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) are touring their towns to re-introduce themselves, explain what the organization does and why it’s important. In May, Tusten … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Brotality, the metal band with deep local roots, is marking this year with a number of milestones: a new EP, a 19-city tour that kicks off on July 9 (not to mention a June 14 … more
PIKE and WAYNE COUNTIES, PA — State grants totaling $929,713 were awarded to projects in Pike and Wayne counties through the Commonwealth Financing Authority. The grants were announced by … more
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County commissioners recognized an outstanding employee and a fundraising powerhouse. First on the agenda: Kudos for Kathy Legg for serving one year as a clerk in … more
TUSTEN, NY — Tusten officials plan to send a letter to Albany opposing the state’s proposed Faith-Based Affordable Housing Act. A resident at a recent town board meeting asked … more
DINGMAN TOWNSHIP, PA — The Pike County Conservation District (PCCD) recently received the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence from the PA Department of Environmental Protection … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Legislature passed its first-ever official Pride proclamation. It recognizes the right of every citizen to equality and freedom “regardless of … more
SKINNERS FALL, NY — I had the pleasure of interviewing Gabriel and Floarea Vladu at the River Reporter office recently. My assignment was to cover their upcoming 62nd wedding anniversary. … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY — As part of tradition, the legislature honored Sullivan County’s valedictorians as they approach their June graduations and the start of a brilliant future. … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Legislature declared May “SUNY Sullivan Month” as the school faces financial challenges and is about to welcome a new president.  … more
HARRISBURG—A Pennsylvania House panel has advanced a bill that would force the state government to pay municipal stormwater fees, something it has so far refused to do, costing local … more
RIVER VALLEY — A nearly $18 million rehabilitation of the 1961 Callicoon, NY-Damascus, PA Bridge will get underway this July, while the study of alternatives for the closed 1902 Skinners Falls, … more
SUNY Sullivan trustees voted unanimously to deactivate five under-enrolled academic programs. This means that no new students will be admitted to the following programs: Media Arts … more
UDC strongly supports traditional bridge rehab NARROWSBURG, NY — The Upper Delaware Council strongly supports traditional rehabilitation for the 1902 Skinners Falls bridge. It’s … more
Greeley, PA is named after famed journalist and U.S. presidential candidate Horace Greeley. As the 1900s dawned, the area prospered thanks to logging and coal mining. Trainloads of visitors from New … more
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