State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I-Mt. Hope) announced today that he has secured a $1 million Transportation, Infrastructure and Economic Development grant for The Center for Discovery to assist with the renovation of the former Frontier Insurance building in Rock Hill. Joining Senator Bonacic at today’s announcement was Patrick H.
I am so mad at E-ZPass: they have another license plate attached to my E-ZPass account, I closed out my tag and got another one with a new number. I got my statement today, and I’m still getting charged for someone else who uses it Monday through Friday. If you have E-ZPass you should check your statement and your credit charge statement.
A standing-room only crowd of more than 200 turned out to the Western Hotel Wednesday night for a forum on environmental policy, featuring incumbent Republican Congressman John Faso, and Democratic challenger Antonio Degaldo. The forum was sponsored by the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, the Friends of the Upper Delaware
NARROWSBURG, NY — Stephen Sautner has been an avid fly fisher for a long time, and in 2003 he and his wife bought a cabin on 14 acres that happened to come with about a quarter mile of mountain stream. It’s not a large waterway.
KIAMESHA LAKE, NY — A union mason worker who had been working at the Kartrite Hotel and Water Park project has been arrested for burglaries committed in Sullivan County and elsewhere after cashing a stolen check.
Monticello man sentenced for police chase
NEW YORK STATE — There is a growing perception that if President Donald Trump issues a pardon for anyone found guilty in the scandals currently being investigated in the Mueller probe, or if he manages to evade prosecution or impeachment, the New York State Attorney General (AG) would be in a position to go after Trump and his associates because
Sullivan West: back to school
COCHECTON, NY — There was a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new restaurant called the Cochecton Fire Station, located in the tiny hamlet’s historical fire station. The building has been renovated by owners Josiah Early and Ezekial Miller.
WESTFALL, PA — A relatively short August 16 business meeting of the Delaware Valley School District (DV) School Board was followed by a lengthy board and audience debate about why four teaching positions were deleted in order to zero out any new taxes in the budget while elementary-school class-size projections show considerably more elementary