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Narrowsburg adult home to close

NARROWSBURG, NY — The Narrowsburg Home for Adults is in the process of being closed by the New York State Department of Health (DOH) according to two sources familiar with the story.  There are some 66 residents in the facility, some with mental and physical challenges.  They must all be relocated before the building can be shuttered.

Spectrum kicked out of NY?

ALBANY, NY — The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) today announed legal action against Spectrum, and plans to kick the company out of New York. Spectrum serves most of the cable television customers in Sullivan County and many in the region.

Sandra Oxford, chair of the Sullivan County Branch of the NAACP, addresses the board of SUNY Sullivan to register her organization’s opposition to proposed changes at the college library.

NAACP opposes Sullivan college library plan

LOCH SHEDRAKE, NY — About 40 members of the community turned out to a meeting of the SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees on July 19, to speak about the proposed plan for changes at the college library.  Before the visitors spoke, college President Jay Quaintance read from a statement about some of the changes that have occurred with college library

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NARROWSBURG, NY — The 28th annual Riverfest will be presented by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) on Sunday, July 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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The Tusten Council heard comments on energy initiatives, Cackletown Road Pond and other town business at its July 9 meeting. 

Tusten advances toward Climate Smart certification

NARROWSBURG, NY — The Town of Tusten moved a step further on their Climate Smart journey with the council’s unanimous vote to proceed with the conversion of lighting at the Town Hall and Town Barn to LED. NYSEG will cover up to 73% of the cost of conversion.



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