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LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Peace Officers Memorial Day is May 15. It was designated in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy, and is part of National Police Week . This year, the commemoration … more
HONESDALE, PA — The energy spilling out onto the sidewalk pulls you into the brightly lit gallery. People are talking and it’s all about the exciting art exhibition now on display at the … more
SWAN LAKE, NY — Well, if you’re a student in the 11th or 12th grade, Sullivan BOCES and the Sullivan County Bureau of Fire have the answer for you. They have teamed up to offer a new fire … more
CALLICOON, NY — Dennis Eschenberg is the proprietor of  John H. Eschenberg, Inc. The store and showroom are located on a particularly scenic stretch of the road. The winding creek … more
When I look out my window in early fall, in the few feet between our house and a major traffic thoroughfare, I see a scrim of tropical forest. Foot-long bright-green leaves flop like basset hound … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — “If you have a garden in your library, we will want for nothing.”  That was Cicero, writing to a friend. Gardens in Roman times were used for thinking, … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — The Livingston Manor Volunteer Ambulance Corp (LMVAC) was established in 1962, and since then has come a long way in providing critical emergency medical services to the … more
I was chopping onions for dinner one night when a clump of hair fell into my eye. I tried to brush it away but it wouldn’t go. I ran to the mirror. Nothing looked amiss. I pulled my hair … more
FORESTBURGH, NY — You sit and create. You breathe. The work moves through your fingers and settles on the floor.  You do the work and the hours pass unnoticed. They slide away from … more
REGION — By the time you’re reading this, spring will have sprung.  What follows is a roundup of arts and leisure events happening this weekend (there are a lot!) and—to … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — On the 133rd anniversary of the Livingston Manor Fire Department (LMFD), the dedicated volunteer firefighters are gearing up to host the 95th Sullivan County Volunteer … more
BARRYVILLE, NY — After a three-year hiatus, the Highland business community and business patrons alike were ready to celebrate, and they did it in style at the Greater Barryville Chamber of … more
NATIONWIDE — You can tell it’s February in a leap year because the stories about Leap Day are popping up like… like… things that pop up every four years. U.S. elections? … more
CALLICOON, NY — Wendy Townsend’s morning starts with a little writing before the iguanas wake up.  “Then I’ll look across the room and see Emo,” Townsend said. … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — “Plein air is about chasing the light,” Zane Grey Plein Air (ZGPA) artist and gallery owner Karen Meneghin said. “You look at how the light affects where you … more
CALLICOON, NY — It all started with Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States (1706-1790). In 1730, a fire broke out on a ship and rapidly spread to the wharf, … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Catskill Art Space will host an evening of contemporary performance to celebrate Black History Month beginning at 4 p.m. on Saturday, February 17.  The first … more
NORTH BRANCH, NY — It all started in 1868, when what is now the North Branch Inn opened its door to travelers making their way through the pristine Western Catskill Mountains, just three short … more
THE SWEET-EATING WORLD — Leave aside the more devastating issues that so many have to worry about (war, danger, disease, starvation).  We lucky ones can consider the cost to the … more
 HANKINS, NY — The dedicated emergency medical service providers staffing the rigs of the Upper Delaware Volunteer Ambulance Corps (VAC) recently celebrated their 50th anniversary of … more
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