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HONESDALE, PA — Sara Hailstone of Hailstone Economic attended the Wayne County Commissioners Thursday, October 1 meeting to discuss the allocation of more than $2 million to small businesses …
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Opinion
    • Watching over the town

      There are many people who watch over the town. It starts on the town level with the town board: the elected officials who do the business of …

    • Everyone counts

      The importance of the Census cannot be overstated. The demographic information that it collects determines who gets how much political power in …

    • Millennium’s stink

      The smell of money was in the air. In December 2015, with great fanfare, Millennium Pipeline announced its Eastern System Upgrade. They …

Sports

Honesdale High honors senior booters

HONESDALE, PA — On Monday, September 21, the Honesdale High School (HHS) boys’ varsity soccer squad kicked off the new season by posting a 3 to 1 victory over the visiting Knights of …

Hornets open soccer season with a win

HONESDALE, PA — It was a game of the second half; all the scoring went into the record books during the final frame of the boys’ varsity soccer match between the home team Hornets of …

Speedway honors first responders and remembers 9/11

KAUNEONGA LAKE, NY — Nineteen years ago, the nation suffered a devasting attack when Al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners, crashing two of them into New York City’s Twin …
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Editor’s note: In the first of a series of stories about New York State Electric and Gas Corporation (NYSEG), writer Somar Hadid takes a look at the history of NYSEG, their substandard service …
HONESDALE, PA — At the time of the Wayne County Commissioners’ last meeting, the 2020 Census Count was only set to go for one more week. But that was before a federal judge ruled that …
WAYNE AND PIKE COUNTIES, PA — State Rep. Michael Peifer has been serving Pennsylvania’s 139th legislative district since 2007. In that time, he said that issues regarding “quality …

Here’s the thing: I’m of a certain age. When I was a kid, there were no cell phones, there was no internet and we only had three channels on the TV—which was “strictly …

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On Tuesday, September 22 State Sen. Jen Metzger’s office formally announced $200,000 in capital improvement grants for the St. John Street Community Hub in Monticello. The Hub, housed in the …

REGION — Martin Colavito, on the porch of the tiny Weigh Station in Callicoon, NY, has five minutes to spare. That’s not a lot of time to explain the problem. He tries …
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