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NEW YORK — In a scene right out of the cult classic “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” the Section IX Athletic Council of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association … more
TRISTATE AREA —  The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) on Thursday, September 10 voted to hold off on either approving or denying  the permit for the proposed Gibbstown Liquefied … more
REGION — The 2020 General Election is already historic. For New Yorkers and Pennsylvanians specifically, it’s going to be carried out in an unprecedented way. More voters than ever before … more
New COVID-19 cases, reopenings In yet another health advisory, Sullivan County Public Health Services is alerting anyone who visited Paesano’s Pizzeria in Liberty on August 25, 26, or 27 … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — “My family has been here for four generations. We can’t keep the town as it once was, but we can keep it the way most people want it to be.” Planning … more
REGION — Residents of Honesdale Borough joined neighboring towns, and more than 800 communities throughout the country, on Saturday in a display of support for the U.S. Postal Service. In … more
ALBANY, NY — In New York State, three pieces of election legislation were signed into law recently. All are aimed at making mail-in voting more accessible to more New Yorkers. One of the … more
What happens in a nursing home when someone is ill with COVID-19? What should you do at home? The Northeast isn’t seeing the sharp rise in cases that the South and Southwest U.S. are, but … more
REGION — School’s in session after all in New York State, but what it looks like will vary depending on the individual district.  New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a localized … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Experts have been calling it a bloodbath. Commercial real estate in cities has been savaged by COVID-19 with tenants unable to pay rent and moving out, other tenants unable … more
ALONG THE DELAWARE — We may be still in the throes of a pandemic and an economic crisis, but the bridges will get fixed. That’s the word from the New York State Department of … more
ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation on Tuesday, August 11 prohibiting housing providers from discriminating against people with service animals. The new law requires housing … more
Dimeco, inc. announces earnings  HONESDALE, PA — On July 27, Dimeco, Inc., parent company of The Dime Bank, reported total assets were $848 million at June 30, an increase of 19.5 … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Queso fresco. Cotija. Oaxaca.  Hispanic cheeses like these could be a saving grace for struggling dairy farmers in Wayne County, according a recent study by Shepstone … more
Wayne Highlands reopening, CARES Act funding Businesses, nonprofits and municipalities can now apply for COVID-19 relief in Wayne and Pike counties. The funding is being used to offset financial … more
COVID-19: 'Good news' and enforcement Roy Den Hollander, the anti-feminist lawyer who was found dead in the Town of Rockland on Monday, has now been linked to two recent murders. Law enforcement … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Temperature checks. COVID-19 screening questions. Social distancing. Masks when that’s not possible. Plenty of PPE for everyone. Disinfected buses. If a school … more
Rumors and restrictions A rumor circulated through Facebook this week, saying that the Honesdale Borough Police Department is getting defunded by next year. Honesdale Borough has since released a … more
If you’ve spent a lot of summers here, you remember the bats. They skimmed through the night, swooping by people out for a walk and gobbling up mosquitoes. Or they lived in our houses and … more
NEW YORK STATE — The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) released its first white paper on the Clean Energy Standard to Implement New York’s Climate Leadership and Community … more
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