By Linda Smith Hancharick
WARWICK, N.Y. — August Harlacher of Shohola, Pa., the tractor-trailer driver involved in the horrific crash that took the lives of three Goshen High School driver’s education students, was ordered to pay fines, and will lose his driver’s license for a year, as a...
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- Wednesday Jun 20, 2018 01:45 pm
Richard (“Dick”) Hillmann, a 40-year Warwick resident, died on June 15, 2018 at the Schervier Pavilion. He was 77.
- Jun 20, 2018 12:46 pm
By Mark Scolforo
Pennsylvania's governor wants to stop mandating professional licenses for 13 types of jobs, calling current...
- Jun 20, 2018 11:16 am
MILFORD — After 25 years of business in a small tourist town, one thing's for sure:...
- Jun 20, 2018 10:34 am
BUSHKILL — After a 70-year absence, peregrine falcons have successfully nested this year...
- Jun 19, 2018 01:46 pm
Veterinarians are cautioning pet owners of dangers associated with rising temperatures during the summer months.
- Jun 18, 2018 02:42 pm
STROUDSBURG — Pocono Heritage Land Trust has honored Edward Cramer with the “This...
- Jun 17, 2018 12:00 pm
A new study is redefining treatment decisions decisions for many women with early-stage breast cancer.
- Jun 17, 2018 10:17 am
MATAMORAS — Fourth grade students at the Delaware Valley Elementary School recently...
- Jun 15, 2018 12:12 pm
- Fourth graders learn about Earth’s rotation through their shadows
- Lords Valley Country Club recognized for environmental excellence
- Beer garden at music and arts festival will offer craft beer, domestic and wine
- DVHS honors May Students of the Month
- Help sought for $2.6 million in park damage
- Local Realtor records Pike County’s largest commercial property sale for 2018
- Local students complete Misericordia Honors Program
- Food pantry in Dingmans Ferry is expanding
- 'Odyssey' readings launch new literary fest
- Community garden plots available
- Getting up to speed
- Pennsylvania to require gas drillers to reduce air pollution
- CJ Luckey is in the House!
- DVMS Students of the Month for May
- Domestic violence’s overlooked damage: Concussion and brain injury
- Glass museum opens doors for seniors in Shohola
- Body of canoeist who disappeared May 25 found
- Report on Pennsylvania priest abuse to be most extensive yet
- Fifth-graders D.A.R.E. to be brave at graduation
- Greater Pike and The Dime Bank join forces to provide local pre-K scholarships
- Realty Executives celebrates grand opening in Milford
- School community learns about their military connections
- Farming and fermenting at Orange County’s smallest nanobrewery
- Pennsylvania WoodMobile teaches the importance of forests
- State and medical community are behind the times on tick-borne disease, local experts say
- Milford doctor found guilty of overprescribing opioids
- Body found might be missing boater
- Beer 101: Class is in Session June 9th at Black Dirt Malt
- Hospital offers grief support group
- Gates Foundation director to lead Pennsylvania universities
- Parent alerted to signs of risk in mock teenage bedroom
- Former Water Gap superintendent lends expertise to Appalachian Trail Conservancy
- Students walk for autism
- Glenmere Brewing Company hops to 2-year anniversary Taste what's on tap during Dirt’s Brew...
- New law targets homeowner association disputes
- Resident camp offered for girls
- Carlos M. Quinones of Milford, Pa., dies at age 78
- DanceFest mesmerizes Milford
- A day to remember
- $100,000 available to make Pike a better place
- FDA warns teething medicines unsafe, wants them off shelves
- Treasury Department seeks rightful owners of military medals
- Pike County Elder Justice Day is set for June 13
- Search continues for missing Delaware River boater
- What motivates most when it comes to workouts?
- Milford has a new noise ordinance
- Frein's trooper-slaying appeal focuses on how suspect was questioned
- Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area prepares for summer visitors
- Student produces Arboretum guide for East Stroudsburg U.
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