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REGION — Growing Older Together (GOT) is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization that provides members, aged 60 and older, both the practical means and the social connections to live … more
HONESDALE, PA — It’s not expected, and it’s not wanted, but it happens. A seriously ill child. An aging parent with multiple health problems. A loved one survives an accident but … more
May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Since 2005, this month is dedicated to raising awareness and combating this horrible disease. As part of my column this month, I wanted to capture another unique … more
To the dismay of the citizens of Bethany, the original county seat, Honesdale became the county seat of Wayne County in 1841. By 1843, a new courthouse had been built in the borough. However, within … more
Monticello HS Chamber Singers win second place MONTICELLO, NY — The Monticello High School Chamber Singers have been awarded with a second place prize in the 2019 Music in the Parks festival … more
UPPER DELAWARE RIVER REGION — Photographers can submit entries until August 31 for the Delaware Highlands Conservancy’s second annual photography contest. This year’s theme, … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — Saturday, May 4, will be a busy day at SUNY Sullivan’s campus. In addition to Discover SUNY Sullivan Day, a day for prospective students to become familiar with the … more
Often on a Saturday I would find myself at home, bored, munching on a celery stick and wishing there was somewhere, anywhere to go for a walk amongst neighbors and like-minded people. I longed to … more
Wild leeks, or ramps, are a forager’s delicacy in Upstate New York, and spring is the prime season for these onion-like bulbs. Ramps are most commonly found in the moist woodlands of the … more
Women’s Bar Association announces membership awards President of WBAOSC Maureen Crush, left, with Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Hon. Elaine Slobod, and Hon. Sandra B. Sciortino … more
April was Stress Awareness Month, sparking plenty of conversations about ways to reduce stress in your life. Reducing stress is important because stress can create a plethora of unpleasant physical … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) Caregiver Resource Center partners with the Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter to offer free … more
Relax: Relaxing is not something that comes easily in our fast-paced, technology-driven world. With a computer in virtually every hand, it is challenging to disconnect, but doing so can mitigate the … more
It’s that time of the year: while some of us blissfully suck in the spring air with open arms, others are sneezing in between gasps for breath. If allergies weigh you down this season, try … more
A friend recently shared some high-tunnel greens with me. Vegetables are a joyous taste of soil and sun. If you’re looking for the best steak in town, I’m* not the columnist to ask, but … more
HAWLEY, PA — The Delaware Highlands Conservancy invites the public to Silver Birches Waterfront to celebrate its 25th anniversary at the 12th annual Foods of the Delaware Highlands Dinner on … more
Seniors receive $7,000 in scholarships HONESDALE, PA — Wayne/Pike Farm Bureau awarded seven graduating seniors with scholarships of $1,000 each. Applicants wrote essays for “Agriculture: … more
I’ve heard some people say they adore lobster, but they’ve never actually eaten one—not really. These people have been served a lobster tail in a restaurant, sometimes alongside a … more
It’s spring—time to throw open those closet doors, Marie Kondo your way through the attic, dust the highs and lows and clear out the nooks and crannies. Maybe it’s also time to … more
The opening of the Catskills Food Hub bodes well for the Sullivan County food system—producers, consumers and suppliers alike.  “When I look around Sullivan County, we are all coming … more
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