News Stories


This house on Route 55 in the Town of Bethel was just spared a direct hit.

In the wake of the blizzard

REGION — While 1.6 million people were without power in the Northeast at the height of the blizzard on March 2, thousands remained without power in the Upper Delaware Valley Region on March 4 and 5.

Cochecton camps

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — At the February 27 joint Cochecton Town Board/Planning Board meeting with consultant Tom Shepstone and town attorney Karen Mannino, final language for the town’s draft summer camp/private school zoning ordinance was hammered out.


TRR photo by Susan Wade

Second-grader Emma Bisland reported on her success in raising funds for shelter and breastcancer initiatives in response to a learning unit on selflessness.

School safety discussed at Eldred

ELDRED, NY — Citing the number and importance of the issues before them, particularly regarding safety and the upcoming budget, the Eldred School Board agreed to meet twice monthly through June at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month.


Contributed photo

Resorts World Catskills executives held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 6 for the casino resort’s new poker room. Posing are Mathew Grogan, manager of events and promotions, left; Charlie Degliomini, executive vice president; Jack Kennedy, executive director of table games; David Urie, poker manager; and Ron Caverly, executive director of guest services.

Ribbon cutting for poker room

MONTICELLO, NY — Resorts World Catskills on March 5 opened and had a ribbon cutting for a new poker room.

Students make rash of threats

ELDRED, NY — In the wake of the shooting of 17 high school students and staff in Parkland, FL, at least three student threats have been investigated in recent days by the New York State Police.

An Eldred student was charged on February 26 with making a terroristic threat.


The sign marking the Hamlet of Barryville was a victim of the storm.

The second snowstorm

REGION — By the time most readers have this copy of the newspaper in hand, a second snowstorm will likely have made its way through the region dropping an estimated seven to 16 inches of snow on top of the snow already on the ground. The National Weather Service reported on March 6, “another fairly high-impact storm” for March 7.

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