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TOWN OF THOMPSON, NY — Environmental conservation officers responded to illegal burns in several counties before and after a statewide ban on residential brush burning took effect. … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — If the Social Security Administration (SSA) overpays a monthly benefit, it will not be able to recover more than 10 percent—or $10, whichever is greater—of the … more
ALBANY, NY — Six villages in New York State have been designated as being in fiscal stress. The Village of Saugerties in Ulster County was classified as being in “significant fiscal … more
ALBANY, NY — New York’s mental health crisis has escalated, according to a report released on March 27 by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. More than 3.2 million adults in New … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Legislature’s Public Works Committee has asked the NYS Department of Transportation (DOT) to improve the safety of a dangerous Wurtsboro intersection. … more
SCRANTON, PA — U.S. Attorney Gerard M. Karam recently hosted meetings with Jewish leaders in Scranton and in Harrisburg to discuss their concerns about the recent increase in antisemitic speech … more
HARRISBURG, PA — Two bills passed by the Pennsylvania senate would allow athletic trainers to offer a broader range of health care services than is now permitted. Senator Lisa Baker … more
MONTICELLO, NY —  New York State's burn ban went into effect last week and continues until May 14. Sullivan County Fire Coordinator John Hauschild says open burning isn’t just … more
ALBANY, NY — New York’s Move Over Law has expanded to include all vehicles. Starting on March 27, drivers must slow down and move over when passing any vehicle stopped on the shoulder. … more
Bushkill firefighters extinguish three-alarm blaze BUSHKILL, PA — The Bushkill Volunteer Fire Company battled a fierce house fire on Mallard Lane in Lehman Township on Sunday. The … more
TOWN OF TUSTEN, NY — A Queens man was found dead in the woods near the Tusten Mountain Trail, according to the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. The 57-year-old from Maspeth, … more
ALBANY, NY —  Pharmacists in New York State may now provide three types of hormonal contraception medications without requiring a prescription. Participating pharmacists could be … more
ALBANY, NY — The American Red Cross is calling on donors to make and keep blood and platelet donation appointments before busy spring break and Easter holiday plans ramp up. Those who give … more
HARRISBURG, PA — In recognition of Women’s History Month in March, the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs reminds drivers that purchasing an “Honoring Our Women … more
HARRISBURG, PA — With the spring thaw comes more potholes on roads and bridges. Extreme fluctuations in temperatures can contribute to more potholes on local roads. To help combat potholes … more
Pennsylvania Homeowner Assistance Fund reopens HARRISBURG, PA — The Pennsylvania Homeowner Assistance Fund has reopened for homeowners struggling as a result of pandemic-related financial … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — After an Alabama Supreme Court ruling put in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in jeopardy, U.S. Rep. Marc Molinaro (R-NY-19) cosponsored the Access to Family Building Act. It … more
Liberty gets $1 million for commercial corridor LIBERTY, NY — Sullivan County has secured a $1 million federal infrastructure grant for improving water access on the Old Route 17 … more
MILANVILLE, PA — Milanville Montessori will be accepting toddlers from 18 months to three years old when it opens later this year. The school’s target launch date is September 3. The … more
MONTICELLO, NY — “It has come to our attention that some legislators are not in favor of maintaining the Adult Care Center under county management,” says the Senior Legislative … more
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