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BETHEL, NY — A euthanized fox in the Town of Bethel tested positive for the rabies virus, according to the Sullivan County Department of Public Health. Exposed individuals are receiving … more
DELAWARE, PA — A 53-year-old man was injured while mixing chemicals in his Delaware home, according to the PA State Police (PSP) at Blooming Grove. Emergency responders were dispatched to … more
HARRISBURG, PA — The Pennsylvania governor’s budget proposal for 2024-25 contains a $1.8 billion increase for public schools, including additional dollars for the most underfunded … more
HONESDALE, PA — The May 2 Wayne County Commissioners meeting started off on a positive note, with two employee recognitions. First, Randy Heller was recognized for his 35 years of work at … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Affordable rental apartments that are nowhere to be found. A building boom that leaves locals out in the cold. Here in Sullivan County, the post-pandemic eviction … more
HONESDALE, PA — The entire staff of the Honesdale Department of Public Works (DPW) has quit their jobs. Their director, Joseph Rulis, is gone. Before they left, the six employees who … more
DAMASCUS, PA — An engaged group turned out to hear more about Damascus Township’s proposed zoning amendment regarding alternative energy systems. The April 22 public hearing was not … more
HONESDALE, PA — Honesdale’s beloved Roots & Rhythm festival needs room to grow—or it may have to find another venue. Speaking for the festival at the borough’s tense … more
MILLERSBURG, OH — The Upper Delaware Scenic Byway (UDSB) won the 2024 Byway Partnership Award. The honor consists of eight awards presented annually by the National Scenic Byway Foundation … more
MONTICELLO, NY — State gambling revenue is up, but Sullivan County’s casino revenue is down. The Sullivan County treasurer, Nancy Buck, told the Budget and Management Committee in … more
SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY — The River Reporter won several awards at the New York Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest for 2023. Staff reporter Ruby Rayner-Haselkorn and editor … more
MILFORD, PA — Police are investigating the homicide of Margie S. Finlay, 67, of Milford, PA. Her grandson George F. Sisco, 28, also from Milford, has been charged with her murder. The … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Something will be done about the Skinners Falls-Milanville Bridge, that much is for sure. And that something will fall into one of these categories: A faithful … more
ELDRED, NY — Like every other school district in New York, Eldred Central let out a big sigh of relief when the state funding they’d expected was restored to them by the state … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — SUNY Sullivan has a new president. Dr. David Potash was appointed by the State University of New York Board of Trustees this week for a term to begin on or before July … more
TUSTEN, NY — The Tusten Youth Commission will get more county money than the $10,000 they believed they would be awarded. Of the $150,000 in county funds available, the county legislature … more
PIKE AND WAYNE COUNTIES, PA — Republican Jeff Olsommer won yesterday’s special election for the Pennsylvania General Assembly. He will fill the vacancy in the 139th District left by … more
HONESDALE, PA — A small, welcoming park known as Apple Grove now has a dozen new trees that will help the park live up to its name. The original apple trees had stopped fruiting and … more
HIGHLAND, NY — May 9 is the day two Town of Highland officials will sit down with mediators to work out their differences. Supervisor Johnny Pizzolato and board member Kaitlin Haas have … more
HONESDALE, PA — “Service to others is a hallmark of the American character, and has the unique ability to bring people of all backgrounds together in common cause.” So say the … more
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