Community Living

Looking Back

German-born Philip Neff immigrated to the U.S. in 1918. He and wife, Augusta, settled in Fosterdale in 1923 to manage the government-controlled recreation farm known then as the Worker’s Benefit Fund. There is history worthy of sharing about the Fosterdale Recreation Farm, which will follow in weeks to come.

Lopez-Janove appointed to NYCLU

SULLIVAN COUNTY,  NY — The executive director of the Sullivan County Human Rights Commission, Lorraine Lopez-Janove, has been appointed to the board of the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), the Lower Hudson Valley Chapter. The NYCLU works to protect and defend the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, the U.S.


TRR photos by Jude Waterston
Cooking lamb ragu with peppers

Looking good

You have undoubtedly heard the phrase “you eat with your eyes.” To a great extent, this is true. Otherwise, cooks and chefs alike would disband with plating and garnishing food in an appetizing way. On the other hand, some have such an avid following they don’t bother with appearances.

Looking Back

The headquarters of the Wayne County Historical Society has quite a history of its own. The brick building has been standing at 810 Main Street in Honesdale since 1860 when it was built by Rodney Tillou and Charles Ball for use as the office of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company.

Looking Back

Methodist services in Fosterdale, NY started in 1865 as classes in homes, led by a circuit-rider preacher. A church was organized in 1871, with services iheld n the old Fosterdale schoolhouse. The Fosterdale United Methodist Church (FUMC) building was dedicated in the fall of 1881.

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