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News Eagle - Hawley, PA
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An explosion tore through an apartment building in Manhattan's East Village earlier today, injuring at least 12 people.

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HAWLEY - Once a month, local musicians gather to present and support others who share a passion at the Hotel Belvidere. While open mic nights are nothing new, and there are a few in the region; the monthly shows at Main Avenue and Church...

Updated at 4:58 PM

HAWLEY - Three blasts of the train horn resounded in Hawley Wednesday, as the Stourbridge Line’s No. 54 BL2 locomotive approached a crossing.

Updated at 4:53 PM

HAWLEY - A new Multi-Media Sales Representative has joined the News Eagle team. Coming from the Red Cross, Ashley Starnes will sell print and digital products for Pike and Wayne Counties with companies in Sussex and Monroe Counties; even...

Updated at 4:41 PM

SHOHOLA - Hoping to spur economic growth in the township, the Shohola Township Board of Supervisors, with input from the Planning Commission, laid forth a plan to make wholesale changes to the township zoning ordinance at the March...

Updated at 4:38 PM

Delaware Valley's varsity softball team is primed for the championship chase

Updated at 4:33 PM

TAFTON - Pennies From Heaven Caleb’s Foundation is holding their sixth annual Tricky Tray fundraiser on Sunday April 26th from 12 to 2:30 p.m. at Ehrhardt’s Waterfront Restaurant in Tafton.  Over 100 themed baskets...

Updated at 4:27 PM

MILFORD - The Pike County Tick Borne Disease Task Force has partnered with the PEEC, the Pocono Environmental Education Center, to raise awareness of the risks and ways of managing ticks that carry Lyme disease and other health...

Updated at 4:23 PM

HONESDALE - On Sunday, March 29th the Upper Delaware Writers Collective (UDWC) will be at The Cooperage, located at 1030 Main Street in Honesdale. Members will be reading their original poetry during a program titled "Hearts in...

Updated at 4:22 PM

BUSHKILL - Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Superintendent John J. Donahue announced March 24 that motorists can expect River Road to be closed for several nights over the next few weeks to protect breeding amphibians.

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