PORT JERVIS, NY — As part of the Entrepreneurs of the Month Series, The Hub. the public computer center at the Port Jervis Library, will host Samantha Zapata and her essential oils business on Thursday, July 20, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
MONTICELLO, NY — The Kiwanis Club of Monticello recently purchased and donated newborn baby items to the birthing unit at Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC) in Harris. These contributions will be distributed to families in need to help bring their newborns home in brand new baby items.
It appears that warm weather is finally here to stay. This is a great time to be outside in our area, but there are precautions that you and your family members should follow to avoid sunburn and exposure to poison ivy and other plants that cause skin rashes, as well as bug bites (especially ticks).
SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — Rolling V Bus Corp. has announced that one of its new drivers, Corey McAbier, earned the “Rookie of the Year” award from the New York School Bus Contractors Association (NYSBCA).
HONESDALE, PA — Robert J. Mancuso has been promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer of Wayne Bank.
HONESDALE, PA — Access Physical Therapy & Wellness, a physical, occupational and speech therapy group, opened its newest physical therapy clinic on June 5 at 232 Sunrise Ave.
MIDDLETOWN, NY — Physicians and staff of Crystal Run Healthcare came together to fundraise for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. A total of $2,550 funds were raised by employees in a variety of ways including a practice-wide dress-down day as well as numerous raffles and bake sales throughout the last several months.
Just like other animals, we as humans on this earth are exposed to many cycles: the sun on a daily basis, the moon on a monthly basis and the seasons quarterly. Currently it is so clear that we have arrived in the summer cycle, not just because of temperature and long days of daylight, but because of the Upper Delaware’s social calendar.
Hello, everyone, hope all is well. The weather has been so nice this weekend—okay, we did have that rainstorm on Saturday. I have been out and about today—I stopped by Genco's Fire House, Paul and Sharon have so many nice old antiques to sell you.
The Cochecton Train Station freight room is blessed with seven oil paintings by a young 14-year-old lad who once captured the highlights of Cochecton’s landscapes. Raymond A. Ehrle of East Cochecton painted the scenes from 1940 to 1950. Most are of the dairy farm of Otto Ehrle’s, Ray’s father.