CATSKILLS AND HUDSON VALLEY, NY — The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has announced the release of its 2019 Watershed Recreation Newsletter.
LATHAM, NY — Many observers of the New York State political scene are convinced that the legislature will adopt a measure this year making the use of recreational marijuana legal, and that Gov. Andrew Cuomo will sign it.
NEW YORK CITY, NY — Two children who living in Woodridge, who were kidnapped and spirited away to Mexico, have been found in a town in Mexico. Yante Teller, 14 and her brother Chaim, 12, were taken from outside their home on Dec. 8.
HONESDALE, PA — A handful of Wayne and Pike County township officials and media representatives boarded the Stourbridge Line’s vintage rail cars for an October 23 roundtrip excursion between Honesdale and Lackawaxen.
New York 19th Congressional District, NY — A poll from Sienna Research published on October 22 has Republican incumbent congressman John Faso out ahead of Democratic challenger Antonio Delgado by 44% to 43%, in a race that many analysts say is too close to call. Faso is leaning hard on the fact that he has been rated as the 18th most bipartisan
NEW YORK CITY, NY — The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has announced four public hearings to solicit input on proposed changes to its watershed regulations. The regulations seek to protect public health by preventing contamination and degradation of New York City’s water supply.
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GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — The Time and The Valleys Museum will open the 1930s Lost Catskill Farm behind the museum on Route 55 on Wednesday, September 12 with a program and reception at 4 p.m. Including a two-story house, outhouse, milk house, barn and electric plant; the farm is interactive, informative and fun for both children and adults.
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — The Catskill Art Society will present “Overview (1993 – 2018),” a major exhibition of works by Joan Giordano, a Roscoe- and New York City-based artist, on view at the CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St., from September 1 through October 27.