ELDRED, NY — He’s staying. That was the result of the Eldred school board’s vote to rescind the resolution approved at the May 21 board meeting accepting Dr. John Morgano’s resignation as Superintendent effective August 15.
NEW YORK 19TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT — Antonio Delgado has won the Democratic nomination to run for Congress in the New York 19th Congressional District. Delgado, an attorney, received 22% of the vote in a seven-way race.
MONTICELLO, NY — How do you get the head of state of the most second most populous country on the planet to attend your opening? Connect your opening to the practice of Yoga.
HONESDALE, PA — Musicians and music-lovers gathered at The Cooperage on June 13 to honor and celebrate the memory of a recently deceased friend and fellow performer, Anthony McDevitt. The open mic was an opportunity for community members to perform songs in remembrance of McDevitt and to raise money for his family.
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Tusten Town Council heard the impassioned plea of a local resident who expressed concern about issues at Cackletown Pond. The pond serves as a reservoir for Little Lake Erie and is also a Class 2 state-protected wetland.
HONESDALE, PA — Honesdale Borough Council plowed through a forward-looking agenda at its June 18 special meeting, setting in motion legislation, programs and projects with long-range implications for the borough.
Bishop statement on immigration
SCRANTON, PA — In conjunction with the visit to Scranton by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on June 15 and his recent statements about persons seeking asylum in the United States, Bishop Joseph C. Bambera has issued the following statement:
BETHEL, NY — A blaze broke out in the barn at the Michel Farm in the Town of Bethel on June 17. The White Lake Fire Company and the Kauneonga Lake Fire Department responded at about 5:30 p.m.
SMALLWOOD, NY — The public is free to use the public access point at the Toronto Reservoir via access through the Chapin Estate, according to a decision from a Department of Health Administrative Appeals Court. The decision was made back in February, but the people who use the reservoir did not learn of it until recently.
WHITE PLAINS, NY — A third and final defendant has pled guilty to perpetuating fraud on the residents of the Village of Bloomingburg. Volvy “Zev” Smilowitz pled guilty on June 19 in federal court in White Plains to a single count of conspiracy to corrupt the electoral process.