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'Mile a Minute' Weed Threatens Parts of Poconos

HAWLEY — Crews were out in Wayne County Tuesday trying to kill a fast-growing weed that, if left alone, can kill other vegetation.

The weed is called “Mile a Minute” weed because it can grow up to six inches a day. 319 more words

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Before the Fall by Noah Hawley Epub

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Before the Fall by Noah Hawley

From the Emmy, PEN, Peabody, Critics’ Choice, and Golden Globe Award-winning creator of the TV show Fargo comes the thriller of the year.

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All The Fun Of The Fayre

On Saturday 9th July hundreds flocked to the Blackwater & Hawley Fayre once again, under a cloudy but otherwise near perfect summer sky.

Both members of the Trust and Rangers from the Partnership manned the stall throughout the day so we could answer as many questions as possible about the valley.  91 more words

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PA - State police seek missing Hawley teen | The Times-Tribune

HAWLEY — State police are looking for a borough teen who hasn’t been seen since 5 p.m. Wednesday, troopers at the Honesdale barracks said Saturday. 32 more words

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Farmers' Market Hawley, Pennsylvania

Yesterday, my pretty girl Jessie had an appointment in Hawley, the next town over, for a shampoo and grooming.

While waiting for the deed to be done, I noticed there was a small farmers’ market in the park across the street and thought “why not”, with little enthusiasm and low expectations. 64 more words

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New Charge Filed in Drug Overdose Death

HAWLEY — A new charge has been filed against a man in connection with a heroin overdose death in Wayne County.

Edmond O’Connor of Hawley is now charged with drug delivery resulting in death. 34 more words

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In Poconos, Swastika 'End of Days' Message in Housing Community

PALMYRA TOWNSHIP — People living in one community in the Poconos are searching for a vandal who spray-painted a swastika and a message overnight.

The swastika and words “The End Is Near” were left on the ground near a covered bridge in Woodledge Village, a housing community near Hawley. 246 more words

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