Honesdale celebrates National Train Days: May 9 and 10

The Honesdale National Train Days event is sponsored by the Greater Honesdale Partnership, with support from Wayne County Tourism. The Greater Honesdale Partnership and Wayne County Tourism and are pleased to present “National Train Days” and the return of the Stourbridge Line Passenger Rail Excursions. For more information and updates on this event, call 570-253-5492 or check out our website visithonesdalepa.com. (read more)

  • Honesdale celebrates National Train Days: May 9 and 10
  • Energy consultant notes ‘key’ events in PJM grid
  • New stream monitoring method locates elevated groundwater methane in shale-gas development area
  • The French Manor Inn and Spa and The French Manor Restaurant receive AAA’s ‘Four Diamond’ rating



SMALL BUSINESS ARC ELECTRIC AND THE WIRE GUYS Elaine Judd, president/CEO of Arc Electric and The Wire Guys was one of six recipients of the 29th annual YWCA Pearl Award for 2014. The awards dinner was held in March at Genetti’s in Hazle Twp. This award ho


First National Community Bancorp Inc. announces termination of OCC Consent Order

On March 26, First National Community Bancorp Inc. (OTCQX:FNCB) announced that First National Community Bank, the company’s wholly-owned banking subsidiary, has been fully and completely released from the Consent Order (CO) entered into with the Office of


In my opinion: Union-backed group’s budget analysis ignores impact on Pa taxpayers

By Gene Barr In his recent column, Steve Herzenberg made a number of interesting comments about Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget, including a curious analogy to the “Austin Powers” movie series.* However, even more curious is the apparent complete reversal of a pre

Pennsylvania celebrates Local Government Week April 13-17

By David M. Sanko You may read about them in the newspaper or see them along local roads, plowing snow in the winter or patching potholes in the spring. They’re your township supervisors and staff, and while you may not know them personally, these public

March 30: A day to honor our doctors

By Cor Catena The field of health care is constantly undergoing change, brought on by scientific breakthroughs, technological advancements, government regulation and reform. Many of the roles within the profession have changed as well. But there is one co

Business Plan Competition in its 13th year

Economic development strategies come and go. There’s the tried-and-true formula of trying to lure out-of-state companies with tax breaks. That ploy often backfires when the lured firm flees as soon as the tax breaks expire. For awhile “clusters” were in v

Subconscious Visualization Techniques, Part II

Seeing the future and assisting your employees in doing the same. Part 2. By Biagio “Bill” Sciacca So, here you are with a title! I don’t care if your title is C something, vice president, director, manager, supervisor, team leader etc. What it means is t


HIGHER ED EAST STROUDSBURG Anthony L. Drago, Ed.D., chair of the psychology department at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania and a licensed psychologist, recently presented two in-service workshops for students, faculty, and mental health profess

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Sesquicentennial festivities honor Scranton’s rich heritage

By Natalie Gelb The City of Scranton is about to reach a milestone in its history — its Sesquicentennial. To commemorate 150 years of the rich heritage that makes this city so unique, the community will come together through a series of special events beg


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