.33 Acre lot in Buck Hill Falls. $30,000 Call Jane for more information! 570-595-9000

This roomy freestanding town home has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and an open floor plan. French doors open onto screened porch and deck with a stone patio on ground level. Master bedroom on main floor along with study/office, powder room and kitchen which has custom cabinets with granite counters. Hardwood and ceramic tile throughout. Partial finished lower level with rough plumbing for additional bath/laundry. All this in historic Buck Hill Falls which boasts a 27 hole golf course, Olympic sized pool, 8 tennis courts, and fishing and hiking throughout 4000 acres. $295,000 Call Jane 570-595-9000

Love nature? Seclusion and privacy on 17 acres, trout stream, waterfall, gardens, surround this Adirondack-style home with 3 stone fireplaces, vaulted great room with exposed beams, hardwood floors. Sun room and Master bedroom has view of Delaware Water Gap. 6 car detached garage with office on 2nd floor. Kitchen recently remodeled. Fenced in gardens. Lower level family room allows another space for relaxing. Lots of storage. $2,000/MO. Call Jane 570-595-9000

Dear friends of Earth Day;

Earth Day will be celebrated at High Acres Park in Canadensis on Sun. May 4th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Join us; no fee is necessary- just let us know if you need a table. This year Dale Price and Sharon Rose are being joined by new volunteers. Help us continue a great event! If you can participate, please RSVP to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by April 16

Pete Taney
570-807-3022

P.S. For those interested in helping with a local road clean up, or who have already joined a group, there is a thank you breakfast for road cleaning volunteers at the park on Sat. May 3rd. Call John Miller at 570-595-7129 for details.

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On February 15, 2014 tragedy struck in our small town, it hurt the hearts of everybody in our community, but most of all, it hurt the family who poured their blood sweat and tears into this business.  Owner Chuck Knipe and his wife Justine rebuilt Mountainhome Candle after fire destroyed the business in 2005.  They are now are faced with tragedy again, this time with no insurance to help in covering the damage.  While the exact cause of the fire is still being discovered, it is believed that the roof to their factory/warehouse collapsed  under the weight of snow from the storm.  The collapse hit a propane tank causing an explosion and the building is a total loss.  Chuck and Justine have lost thousands of dollars in products, and equipment, making it no longer possible to produce their candles and fulfill orders for customers.

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