Eagles Mere’s 44th annual Summer Antiques Market, also known as Antiques on the Green, drew large crowds to the Sullivan County resort town on July 7. Vendors came from as far away as Maryland, New Jersey, and Delaware and from as nearby as Laporte, Mehoopany, Springville and Wysox. Hailing fromContinue Reading

Submitted Article/Photos by Rick Hiduk Forksville, located along the Loyalsock Creek in Sullivan County, was established as a borough in 1880 and, in the 1900 census, had 152 residents. Today there are around 50 residents. Forksville is also the site of one of the three remaining covered bridges in SullivanContinue Reading

Laced up and ready to go skating are (above, from left) Juliana Price, Matthias Albert, Zane Pedro, Layne Price, and Emmalynn White. The youths said they are looking forward to be old enough to participate in the Polar Bear Plunge. Story and Photos by Rick Hiduk (As published in theContinue Reading

Photos by Karen Black / Story by Rick Hiduk For the second time in three years, a waterway in the Endless Mountains has been named Pennsylvania’s “River of the Year.” The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural resources (DCNR) announced yesterday that the Loyalsock Creek, the headwaters of which beginContinue Reading

Submitted Information and Photos The Dushore Business Association will conduct “Christmas in Dushore” on Saturday, Dec. 9. The family-friendly event encourages all businesses and non-profit organizations in one of Sullivan County’s most iconic towns to festoon to the hilt to put everyone in the holiday spirit. Activities will include BreakfastContinue Reading

Photos by Karen Black The sun rises on a frigid landscape in Cherry Township, Sullivan County this morning, where residents experienced snow showers and an overnight low of 24 degrees. A low of 16 is expected in nearby Dushore this evening. The pendulum has swung in the opposite direction fromContinue Reading

It was standing room only at the Sullivan County Fairgrounds in Forksville on Saturday, as the annual Fall Festival and Lumberjack/Chainsaw Competition got underway. Contests held both days included carving competitions that led to bidding wars for the projects created. Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Nearing four decades asContinue Reading

New Endless Mountains Heritage Region board president Melanie Norton (top) displays two interpretive panels of Sullivan County communities that will be installed as full-size signs in publicly-accessible locations in the near future. EMHR executive director Annette Schultz (above, left) presents the organization’s annual Heritage Development Award to (continuing from left)Continue Reading

The Dushore Area Business Association (DABA) will conduct the third annual Oktoberfest from noon to 6 pm on Saturday, Oct. 7. Family fun will include hay wagon rides, vendors, food and music. Highlights will include a mustache and beard competition, scarecrow decorating contest, a cornhole tournament, and pumpkin decorating. EntryContinue Reading