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SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Two enthusiastic crowds greeted 16-year-old Maxim Lando, as he performed for the Shandelee Music Festival’s (SMF) Outreach Program on Friday, August 16. Part of the … more
TOWN OF DELAWARE, NY — The Town of Delaware board voted Wednesday, August 14, to make an exception to its policy on firearms and allow town justices to carry guns in the courthouse. more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — The ways of the world are too much with Cochecton: hate crimes, cybercrime and nature gone off-kilter were all in evidence at the August 14 town board meeting. A … more
BEACH LAKE, PA –“More and more street signs are disappearing; what, if anything is being done about it?” The question was posed by a woman in the gallery during the public … more
NY State Police investigating possible murder/suicide near Wurtsboro WURTSBORO, NY — At approximately 8:50 a.m. on August 19, New York State Police Wurtsboro and Sullivan County … more
ELDRED, NY — As they enter the elementary school campus, Eldred students are admonished to “strive to excel.” Starting in September, they’ll get a little more help in that … more
MONTICELLO, NY — At the “What Makes a Village” presentation on Broadway Street Wednesday, August 14, Thomas Bosket said the mission of the years-long project is “giving kids … more
MONTICELLO, NY —Sullivan County Clerk Daniel Briggs, who is retiring at the end of the year, said in an interview that he recently met with a group of Rabbis. The meeting, which was held on … more
Jonathan Hyman, who lives in Smallwood,  travelled the Bethel area on a bike over Woodstock anniversary Weekend, and captured these photos. more
HARRISBURG, PA— Gov. Tom Wolf signed an executive order on August 16 to “target the public health crisis of gun violence in Pennsylvania.”  The order implements two new … more
At approximately 8:50 a.m., on August 19, New York State Police State Police Wurtsboro and Sullivan County Sheriff's Office responded to 286 Mount Vernon Road, Summitville, NY, Sullivan County, for a … more
TOWN OF DELAWARE, NY — The Town of Delaware board announced that it will hold a special meeting at 6:40 p.m. September 11 to allow public comment on new zoning regulations for short-term rental units. more
The media room at Bethel Woods in the Event Gallery was packed with people Sunday night for the last night of performances of the Woodstock anniversary weekend was underway.  John Fogerty drew a … more
ROSCOE, NY — The New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (NYLCVEF), along with Delaware River Watershed partners,  on August 13 held a meet & greet with State Senator Jen … more
BETHEL, NY — On August 16, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm the Bethel post office on Route 17-B (next to Woodstock Oasis) holds aone-day-only special commemorative cancellation on stamps marking it … more
BLOOMING GROVE, PA— State police’s investigation of Amystika Spa in Pike County has resulted in 10 people getting charged with prostitution or patronizing prostitution. Police said that … more
On August 16, the first day of the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music and Art Festival, the yearly ritual known as Hippie Thanksgiving was held at Hector’s Inn on Route 17B in the Town of … more
The Honesdale Borough Police Department is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individuals involved in damaging property at the Park Street Complex on … more
TOWN OF BETHEL, NY — The Bethel Heritage Trail, part of the town’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Arts Fair, was launched with a ribbon-cutting … more
HONESDALE, PA — Though a number of Honesdale’s roads are in “bad shape,” according to public works director Rich Doney, so are the borough’s finances. more
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