TRR photo by Fritz Mayer 

At the Liberty Senior Center on February 1, elected leaders gathered to speak out about proposed funding cuts for municipalities. In the front row, Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther, left, sat with Sen. Jen Metzger.  In the rear were Town of Liberty Supervisor Brian Rourke, left, Village of Liberty Mayor Ron Staback, Town of Callicoon Supervisor Tom Bose, Town of Thomspon Supervisor Bill Rieber and Sullivan County Legislative Chair Luis Alvarez.

Local politicians speak out against Cuomo budget proposal

LIBERTY, NY — At a press conference at the Liberty Senior Center on February 1, all levels of state and local government were represented except for the governor’s office. The topic was Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget proposal to cut about $59 million from a program called Aid and Incentives for Municipalities (AIM).

TRR Photos by Ted Waddell

Well done coach! Liberty’s varsity wrestling coach John Lennon has been in the game of grapplers for 39 years – and counting.

Wrassling & rassling at the home of the Indians

LIBERTY, NY — On Thursday, January 31, Liberty High School hosted a Section IX varsity tri-wrestling meet that showcased the grappling prowess of matmen from three programs: Onteora versus Rondout Valley, followed by the combined squad of Eldred/Liberty/Sullivan West (ELS) versus Onteora, and to close out the three-pronged attack, Eldred/Liberty

TRR photos by Jonathan Fox
”Of course, our staff are members of the family, too,” New Munson Diner proprietor Christos Kritikos, center, with son John, says of his employees

The New Munson Diner: It’s all in the family

LIBERTY, NY — There’s a vintage-looking diner overlooking Main Street in Liberty, and it’s been there for a while. The diner was relocated from its original location on 11th Avenue and 49th Street in Manhattan to Sullivan County, where it’s been perched on the hill since 2005.

Photo from the Piccolo Paese Ristorante website

Foster Supply Hospitality, already operating several establishments in the area, will assume control of a northern Italian restaurant in Liberty.

Foster Supply Hospitality branches into Liberty

LIBERTY, NY — Foster Supply Hospitality, the team behind The Arnold House, North Branch Inn, Nine River Road, The DeBruce and most recently, The Cabin at Hessinger–Lare, will now also operate Piccolo Paese Ristorante, a northern Italian restaurant.

TRR file photo by Isaac Green Diebboll

Martin Colavito, chair of Sullivan Agencies Leading Together, will offer some tips on making pasta and marinara at CCE.

Make your own pasta

LIBERTY, NY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) is offering a homemade pasta-making workshops for kids on Saturday, January 26 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.



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