Monthly Archives: June 2020

Pike County Area Agency on Aging has initiated a drive for both donations and volunteers for the Meals on Wheels program. Due to the Corona virus senior center activities are suspended but the demand for home delivered meals has increased significantly. Information on how to volunteer email or call 570-775-5550 […]

PSA: Drive for Donations and Volunteers for Meals on Wheels ...

Wayne Memorial Hospital is being re-opened to visitors— with precautions. The hospital is now permitting “one healthy and designated visitor” in most units. Visiting hours, however, which were 24/7 before the pandemic, are now restricted to 9am to 6pm. The main entrance will still close at 4 pm. Visitors can use […]

PSA: Wayne Memorial Hospital Reopens to Visitors

The Sullivan County Department of Family Services (DFS) will continue to operate on a limited access protocol per State guidelines. Hours are 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday by appointment only. Replacement EBT cards can be requested via phone by calling 845-292-0100. It will take 3 to 5 […]

PSA: Sullivan County Department of Family Services Hours

Pennsylvnia driving skills tests will now be administered under these Covid-19 rules: test-takers and accompanying drivers must wear masks, and remain inside the vehicle. If test-takers display Covid symptoms, the test will not proceed. Examiners will remain outside the vehicle throughout the test, and wear protective equipment. Testing can be […]

PSA: Pennsylvania Issues COVID-19 Rules for Driving Skills Tests

Oh, yeah…there was a primary in NY this week! Owen Walsh of The River Reporter Results joins us to talk about it all: Who did voters pick to be the Republican nominee to face off against incumbent Rep. Antonio Delgado in NY19? Who will be the Republican nominee for Sullivan […]

LISTEN: River Reporter’s Owen Walsh on the Sullivan County primaries

How are colleges preparing for the fall semester? To find out – we ask our local college! Jay Quaintance, President of SUNY Sullivan talks to us for the first time since early on in the pandemic. He tells us in detail on how SUNY Sullivan plans to keep up with […]

LISTEN: Jay Quaintance, President of SUNY Sullivan on the fall ...

Signs of normalcy are returning to post-pandemic Pennsylvania. People are heading back to work, dining in at restaurants, and getting long-awaited haircuts. But what about senior citizens? How are folks in the highest-risk category doing? Mary Urisch, director of the Wayne County Area Agency on Aging, fills us in and […]

Listen: Mary Urisch, director of the Wayne County Area Agency ...

Pike County finally went “Green” on Friday, meaning they’re open for business as long as people follow key guidelines and restrictions. For Matt Osterberg, Chairman, Pike County Commissioner, green means “go” – go support the local businesses that have been hurting for months. Also, continue to wash your hands, wear […]

Listen: Matt Osterberg, Chairman, Pike County Commissioner on going “Green”

As a pre-med student, Michael Sutton didn’t have enough training to serve on the front lines of fighting but he still wanted to help. So he joined a brand-new national organization started by other college students students – Shopping Angels, a volunteer delivery service for at risk individuals during the […]

Listen: Michael Sutton, Coordinator for Shopping Angels PA