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Residents march in support of human rights in Monticello on April 2.

Monticello Human Rights March

MONTICELLO, NY — Maria Zeno, an attorney in Monticello, formed a Human Rights March in Monticello with several intentions, one of which was to focus on all human rights and not exclude the rights of any person or group of people.

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Pike County Commissioners Chair Matt Osterberg said the county allocated $10,000 “to continue the important work” of the domestic violence shelter, Safe Haven of Pike County. The commissioners proclaimed April as Domestic Violence Month on April 5. Safe Haven Executive Director Tamara Chant, foreground, is pictured exchanging a Safe Haven T-shirt with Osterberg for that $10,000 check.

Pike invests in the environment

MILFORD, PA — How would you like to take in $186,000 on a one-year investment of $2,412, and your investment principal was largely a debt you didn’t ever expect to recover?

New York burn ban until May 14

ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on April 17 urged New Yorkers to take steps to prevent wildfires, as high temperatures are expected this spring. A statewide ban on open burning is in place through May 14 as brush fires occur frequently this time of year due to dry grass.



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