ELDRED, NY —It is indeed topsy-turvy when being “number one” and achieving the highest score is a bad thing in academia. But in the world of Fiscal Stress Monitoring, that is exactly the case.
MONTICELLO, NY —A company called Benchmark Resorts & Hotels, based in Houston, TX, has signed on to manage the Kartrite Resort and Indoor Waterpark located on the campus of Resorts World Catskills in the Town of Thompson.
MONTICELLO, NY — Ari Mir-Pontier, the executive director of the Sullivan County Human Rights Commission, announced this week that she will resign from her office to take a position in the office of Sen. Jen Metzger.
WILKES-BARRE, PA —State Sen. Lisa Baker is urging a delay in court rules that she says could negatively impact medical liability cases in the state.
Monticello, NY – In anticipation of tomorrow’s winter storm and the bitter cold that will follow it, Sullivan County Manager Josh Potosek announced today that both the Monticello and Liberty warming centers will be operational for much of this week.
TOWN OF BETHEL, NY — Luis Alvarez, chair of the Sullivan County Legislator liberally peppered his remarks with superlatives as he delivered his State of Sullivan County address at the Sullivan County International Airport on January 24.
HARRISBURG, PA — State Sen. Dan Laughlin, who has been appointed as chair of the Senate Game & Fisheries Committee for the 2019-20 legislative session, said that one of his priorities in the position is to try once again to legalize Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania.
POESTENKILL, NY — At his first town hall meeting since taking office, Congressman Antonio Delgado addressed a crowd of hundreds of constituents in Rensselaer County. He commented on the partial federal government shutdown, the longest in U.S. history.
REGION — The snow and rainstorm followed by frigid arctic air left some neighborhoods in the region shimmering with a coating of ice. By the time this issue of the paper hits mailboxes in the area the precipitation should once again be coming down in the form of rain.
ELDRED, NY — Enrollment in Kindergarten through grade 12 in the Eldred Central School District will decrease 14.7% in the next 10 years, according to a demographics study commissioned by the Eldred school board. This compares with a decrease of 27.2% for the 10-year period 2008 to 2018.