HONESDALE, PA — Emotional outbursts, spontaneous applause, and shouts of “right on” and “you said it, brother” punctuated the October 6 Honesdale Borough Council meeting.
ROCK HILL, NY — State Senator John Bonacic, who is retiring at the end of the year, was the man of the hour at the 24th Annual Dinner of the Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development. The Award “recognizes an individual for business excellence, community commitment, and service to humanity.”
POND EDDY, NY — Local lawmakers have been pushing to have a river access left in place after construction of the new Pond Eddy Bridge is complete to be used to launch river rescue vehicles. Sullivan County Legislative Chair Luis Alvarez and the Executive Director of the Upper Delaware Council wrote to the New York State Department of Transporta
In the race for the State Senate seat being vacated by Republican Senator John Bonacic, Democratic voters chose Rosendale Town Council Member Jen Metzger over alternative energy activist Pramilla Malick. Malick has gained a reputation as a tireless fighter against the Minisink Compressor Station and the Competitive Power Ventures power plant in
HONESDALE, NY — A press release from Wayne County says, "The Wayne County Commissioners are pleased to announce that Senior Judge Raymond Hamill has today issued a Preliminary Injunction to at least temporarily halt the proposed partial demolition of the Hankins Dam, Mount Pleasant Township, Wayne County, PA by the PA Fish & Boat Commission
MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County property owners usually receive their school tax bills by September 1, but this year many of the bills have not been sent yet.
State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I-Mt. Hope) announced today that he has secured a $1 million Transportation, Infrastructure and Economic Development grant for The Center for Discovery to assist with the renovation of the former Frontier Insurance building in Rock Hill. Joining Senator Bonacic at today’s announcement was Patrick H.
A standing-room only crowd of more than 200 turned out to the Western Hotel Wednesday night for a forum on environmental policy, featuring incumbent Republican Congressman John Faso, and Democratic challenger Antonio Degaldo. The forum was sponsored by the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, the Friends of the Upper Delaware
Callicoon, NY— All too often, like toppling dominos, iconic Sullivan County institutions have fallen by the wayside.
But in Callicoon, the opposite is true. The Callicoon Theater, the oldest continuously operated movie theater in the county, is under new ownership.
According to the National Park Service the fuel oil that was dumped into the river because of the train derailment in Hale Eddy on Thursday has been flushed out of the Upper Delaware Wild and Scenic River.