Story by Rick Hiduk (exclusive to EndlessMtnLifestyles readers) Despite the number of people involved in the recovery of a body from a pond along SR4002 in Windham Township and rampant speculation that it might be that of missing Wyoming County resident Aaron Pote, there has been no official report ofContinue Reading

Sun and showers battled for control in Forksville, Sullivan County, at dinner time on Wednesday. Photos by Rick Hiduk The humidity that returned to the area on Tuesday will remain through the weekend, and the heat will build as the remnants of Tropical Storm Barry pull away on Thursday. ForContinue Reading

Of great concern to the Noxen Township supervisors is a burned-out house on Beaver Street (top) and several mobile homes deemed unfit for habitation in which people are residing. Board members are also unhappy with plans by PennDOT to replace the old open-grate, open-sided bridge on Main Street (above) withContinue Reading

Preparing for the annual Senior Expo are (standing, above, from left) Todd Bosscher, principal, Tunkhannock High School; and Kenny Janiszewski, athletic director, Tunkhannock High School; (seated, from left) Doris Magee, Area Agency of Aging; Rep. Karen Boback; and Emily Titus, Area Agency on Aging. Submitted Article Rep. Karen Boback (Lackawanna/Luzerne/Wyoming)Continue Reading

A box culvert is expected to be installed next week to complete flood repairs at the west end of Laceyville (top) and, hopefully, reduce runoff issues in that part of town. Heavy stone placed in a washout area along the eastern end of Main Street (above), however, does not addressContinue Reading

Despite the threat of thunderstorms, which kept the petting zoo and some vendors away, Meshoppen’s Community Day provided entertainment, activities, food and chances to win prizes to residents and visitors alike. A history display curated by Marge Walters (above) included a tribute to veterans, who were also represented by membersContinue Reading

Celebrating the official dedication of a recently installed interpretive panel at Jamison City are (top, from left) EMHR executive director Cain Chamberlin, Sullivan County Historical Society president Melanie Norton, Red Rock Job Corps student Giovanni Viera, and landowners Monte and Emily Kapec with their children, Andrew and Anna. Local residentsContinue Reading