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News Eagle - Hawley, PA
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HONESDALE - Talented craft vendors, antique dealers, artist and artisans are invited to participate in the Greater Honedale Partnership's upcoming "Celebrate May."      A one day event, there will be...

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HONESDALE - Wayne Memorial Auxiliary officers presented a $95,000...

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MILFORD - The Pinchot Institute for Conservation’s Common Waters initiative was awarded a 3-year grant to expand its efforts to support and maintain regional water quality in Pike, Monroe, and Sullivan counties.

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WAYNE COUNTY - Wayne County Builders Association is asking for some volunteers from among their membership roll to please assst during the annual Home & Garden Festival. The festival is held at Camp Ladore & Conference...

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I recently underwent a major surgery that was unexpected. I am relatively healthy and looked fine on the outside, but there were dangerous things silently growing on the inside that I didn't know about. Eventually some symptoms appeared that caused...

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HONESDALE - Local churches are sponsoring Honesdale’s annual CROP-Walk, raising funds to feed the hungry, Sunday afternoon, April 27.  "We walk because they walk" is the slogan which reminds us that throughout the...

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HAWLEY- Nick Troiano, at 24, is taking on the present political system of Washington which he says is in need of fundamental change.

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WALLENPAUPACK - Three seniors were honored by the Wallenpaupack School Board, April 14, for their outstanding academics and use of extracurricular activities. They are Salvester Zarzana, Andrew Avissato and Fred Petsche.

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Although I’m not a huge fan of country music, I’ve always had a soft spot for Martina McBride.Her voice is one of the most powerful to ever come from the genre, yet I always knew it was meant for wider appeal.

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PIKE & WAYNE - A large brush fire reported in Blooming Grove Township Monday morning, April 21, served as a less than desired "Sign of Spring."

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