Following this morning’s virtual signing ceremony led by the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau, more than 150 businesses and counting have pledged to sign and support…View More More than 150 Businesses Sign & Adopt the ‘Pocono Promise’ —Protecting residents, employees & customers when it is time to reopen
A moving and uplifting ending to a long hard journey for Charles Cocker, 79, of Old Forge. Cocker’s wife Mary embraced him as he was…View More Old Forge Couple Reunites After COVID-19
Lenore Weisse, Lackawaxen, is one of the first patients to take advantage of newly re-initiated physical therapy services at Wayne Memorial’s Route 6 Mall site…View More WMH Re-opens PT at Route 6
Wayne Memorial Hospital is opening a COVID-19 testing site at the Pike County Training Center off Route 739, starting Monday, May 18th. Wayne Memorial Laboratory…View More Wayne Memorial Hospital to Open COVID Testing Site in Pike County
Today, May 6th, is National Nurses Day. To celebrate and thank all our nurses at Wayne Memorial, nursing administration handed out lifesaver candies with a…View More Nurses Day-You’re A Lifesaver!
Wayne Memorial Hospital officials say the availability of more COVID-19 testing materials means more people can get tested at their mobile site at the Wayne…View More Wayne Memorial Offers More COVID Tests at Fairgrounds
Providing food for those in need has become an arduous and frustrating task—and today, often an impossible one. The Covid-19 pandemic has placed an unforeseen…View More Area Food Pantries Get Help from Greater Pike Covid Relief Fund
Wayne County volunteers are now staffing a local help line to connect those without internet to food assistance, county social services, unemployment and business resources…View More County Creates COVID-19 Resource Line For Those Without Internet
Beginning Monday, April 20 the Pike County Transportation Department will require all passengers to wear masks. This is in-line with recent recommendations issued by the…View More Pike County Transportation Department requires all passengers to wear masks.
Lemuel Bridenstein, Honesdale, delivered this Thank You sign to the hospital, because “I’ve been a patient there so many times I wanted to let everyone…View More A BIG Sign of Thanks – and Treats!