Participants in the 9 to 12 year age group (above) dash for eggs at Meshoppen Community Park on April 8. The youngest winner of a big prize was seven-month-old Anastasia Anderson (below) of Wysox, whose parents found a prize-winning slip for a push toy in her grab bag. Photos byContinue Reading

Six- to eight-year old children (top) move into position during last Saturday’s Easter Egg Hunt in Meshoppen. Each of thousands of plastic eggs contained candy or a numbered slip that corresponded to donated prizes. Big winners included Kaylee DeLucy of Meshoppen (above) and Treiah Vaow (below) of Tunkhannock. Photos byContinue Reading

Adults and youths who participated in the flower box plantings include (from left) Cameron Myers, Katlynn Pitcher, Jessica Kmiechik, Doris Pickett, Christian Tripp, Lexi MacGeorge, Emily Longworth, Ben Fink, Dave Jennings, Lanie Sermonds, Eternity Gutknecht, Mimi Jennings and (not pictured) Jennifer Jennings O’Brien. Photos and intro by Gail James/Group DescriptionContinue Reading

Participants in the 13 to adult group (top) make a mad dash for eggs in Meshoppen’s Community Park. In addition to candy and small toys, numbered slips found inside some of the eggs could be redeemed for nice prizes, like a utility cart won by 13-year-old Kalei Timerman (above), aContinue Reading

Photo gallery by Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to A rare daytime public Halloween party was a big hit with Meshoppen area families, who flocked to Community Park to wander through a trail of holiday decorations and bedecked vehicles where they picked up their Halloween treats. The well-attended event was designedContinue Reading

Mike Houser (top, far right) and Rick Stark get the 9 to 12-year-old participants at Friday night’s community Halloween Party ready for judging. Portraying a pair of Ghostbusters and the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man (above) are Jan and Travis Prevost and daughter Charlotte. They won First Place in the group category,Continue Reading

It’s easy to see why some people believe that the structural integrity of the former bank building in Meshoppen that was most recently used as a library could be compromised by the demolition of the old pizza shop when one looks at the buildings’ shared facades and the ornamental railingContinue Reading

Those engaged in a heated but productive discussion on Sept. 19 about the potential demolition of two structures in downtown Meshoppen included (clockwise, from far left) Meshoppen borough secretary Phyllis Adams, council president John Bunnell, and solicitor John Foster; Wyoming County commissioners Judy Mead, Tom Henry and Mike Stabinsky; countyContinue Reading