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County Manager David Fanslau issued the following statement: "Sullivan County is in the process of cleaning up roads and bridges, and assessing damage. There are at least four bridges with … more
The draft of the amended zoning ordinance on gas drilling in Damascus Township was released last week. A public hearing will be held on Thursday, March 31 at 7:00 p.m. at the township office at 60 … more
The board of the Town of Delaware voted unanimously to adopt amendments to the town’s zoning code at a special meeting on July 31. The most controversial change was that some parcels in … more
Former Sullivan County Legislator Dr. David Sager, who was fired from his position as deputy commissioner of the Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS) on May 16, has issued a statement … more
When she’s not providing care for the three rescued poodles who live with Jennifer Maurizzio and her husband, Joe, one can often track Jennifer down at the Narrowsburg Ecumenical Food Pantry where … more
The National Canoe Safety Patrol performed its first river rescue on Saturday, May 26 at Skinners Falls. Erika Poston rescued Danilo Carvajal, 59, a visiting Queens resident, on her first day of … more
“Yes, indeed Elaine Herzog is a resident,” Robert Bernathy, solicitor for the Borough of Hawley said during the council meeting on January 11. “We are not obligated to fill a vacated … more
Animal blessings were offered at various locations in the Upper Delaware region last weekend in celebration of St. Francis Feast Day, which occurs October 4. The event honors St. Francis, an Italian … more
With new outages being reported each hour through the day Sunday (8/28), PPL Electric Utilities crews worked into the evening to restore electric service to thousands of customers affected by … more
Penn State Public Safety Webinar - March 17 An online seminar titled "Natural Gas Well Development and Emergency Response and Management," will be offered by Penn State Extension at 1 p.m. on … more
ALBANY, NY — State Senator John Bonacic has introduced legislation that would create three casinos in the Catskills and authorize up to seven in the state, if voters in November approve a … more
The Town of Tusten now has an online calendar that shows the dates not only of the main town council and board meetings, but also meetings of committees like the zoning rewrite committee and design … more
Critics of gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing in New York State have long been calling for a study on the possible impacts the process can have on human health. While there is some support for the … more
Wayne Route 06 (US-006) is closed in both directions between the intersection of Private Road in Waymart to the intersection of Brookside Rd in Waymart. Due to flooding and down trees. … more
SCCC has another go at the windmills LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — SUNY Sullivan has introduced a Wind Turbine Technology Program set to begin with the Fall 2011 semester. The two-year … more
Voters who live in the Sullivan West School District will have the opportunity on March 22 to vote to approve or reject a $5 million spending plan for the construction and improvement of numerous … more
The New York State Police at Wurtsboro announce the arrest of James Lethohic age 31, of White Sulphur Springs for Robbery 1st, a felony as well as several other felonies and misdemeanors. … more
The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office is alerting citizens that a rabid fox was captured in the northeast section of the Town of Bethel last week. On July 24, 2013 at approximately 10:30 … more
Former Sheriff Dan Hogue, who served two terms in Sullivan County, passed away on May 22. He was 74 years old. Friends said he had been ill for some time. He remained active after … more
MILFORD, PA — New York State, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the City of New York (NYC) announced last week that they have unanimously agreed to a one-year extension of the current Flexible … more
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