GLEN SPEY, NY — “Some broken hearts never mend,” according to the song—and some positions never change.
GLEN SPEY, NY — A standing-room only crowd of at least 350 proud parents, grandparents and loved ones were on hand to hear third through sixth graders fill the George Ross Mackenzie Elementary School gymnasium with festive sounds of the holiday season December 20.
GLENN SPEY, NY — Santa isn’t the only one who is busy checking lists this time of year. Students at the George Ross Mackenzie Elementary School in Glen Spey were also making sure that their family and loved ones would have gifts under the Christmas tree.
GLEN SPEY, NY — The Kadampa Meditation Center will host a meditation workshop December 8 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to offer practical tools to deal with difficult people in our lives, with kindness and respect.
GLEN SPEY, NY — It might be the first hint of change, or it might be a new negotiating point for the town, but it appears there is a new kid in the Lumberland telecommunications market.
GLEN SPEY, NY — The mood was festive and joyous among the more than 200 who gathered on November 2 at Mountain View Manor in Glen Spey to celebrate those whose lives have impacted their community and to raise funds for the Can’t Hurt Steel Community Foundation.
GLEN SPEY, NY — It was only a 10th of a percent, but it was a reduction.
Lumberland Supervisor Jenny Mellan presented the appropriations numbers for the preliminary 2019 town budget at the town board’s October 10 meeting and they showed a spending decrease.
Homeless federation dinner
GLEN SPEY, NY – There was an extra competitor out there on the soccer field.
On Tuesday, October 16, the home team Lady Yellowjackets of Eldred hosted the Sullivan West Lady Bulldogs in a non-league girl’s varsity soccer match.
But wait a second, that’s only a couple of teams.
GLEN SPEY, NY — Following a September 12 public hearing the Lumberland Town Board adopted a six-month moratorium on permitting or construction of solar array farms.