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MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Legislature had a busy morning of committee meetings on January 20. Here are some of the highlights.  Management and budget … more
On December 28, 2021, officers from the Village of Liberty Police Department were dispatched to a gas station on North Main Street for a reported stolen Taxi cab.  more
The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) announced on January 20 that it will hold an additional public hearing on February 3. more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community January 20 to 26 more
Global climate leadership: Starting at home New York State is poised to become a global model for climate leadership. With the release of the New York State Climate Action Council’s Draft … more
What's going on in your community January 20 to 26 more
REGION — It’s possible that, by the time this sees print, there will be ice on the regional bodies of water. One never knows. Should there be ice, and should one wish to go ice fishing … more
MONTICELLO, NY — It’s a new year, and a lot of people are embracing new health goals. It’s particularly critical for schools, where staff and students have been badly impacted by … more
Joshua David Glantz Joshua David Glantz, 51, of Eldred, NY, passed away January 13, 2022 at home. Joshua was born March 17, 1970. A celebration of Joshua’s life is planned in the … more
I both love and dread January each year. I love the start to a new year, the excitement it brings and the hope that this year will be better than the last. I also dread it because it means that time … more
Anyone that knew anything about Readington Farms was shocked when they heard the news that they were closing their plant and releasing their dairy farmers. No one was more shocked than I was. I had … more
Our democratic political system is under profound threat. Democracy requires a political culture based on the shared agreement that everyone has equal rights, that no one’s rights have more … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Legislature marked the first committee meetings of 2022 with a snap emergency meeting. The meeting notice was released at 10:09 a.m. on January 13; the … more
TUSTEN, NY — The Monday, January 10 meeting of the Town of Tusten Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) brought a heated public hearing for a proposal to create a collaborative art shop studio … more
HONESDALE, PA — According to a statement on the county website, the Wayne County Commissioners have chosen not to pursue merging its Wayne County Correctional Facility with the prison in Pike … more
BARRYVILLE, NY — Despite the bitter cold on Saturday, January 15, it was warm and bubbly as Keith Nicholson cut the ribbon on his new hair salon. A New York City-based hair stylist, Nicholson … more
TUSTEN, NY — An ethics complaint filed against Nico Juarez, former chair of Tusten’s zoning board of appeals (ZBA), was dismissed at a  December 29, 2021 meeting of the Tusten Town … more
GRAHAMSVILLE ― The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of a scam associated with the Town of Neversink Winterfest scheduled for Saturday, February 12,  at the … more
MONTICELLO, NY — That the Monticello district office for the state Department of Health (DOH) could be moved to Middletown is known. But the reasons behind it are in large part still a mystery. more
COVID-19 test kits available in Thompson TOWN OF THOMPSON — The Town of Thompson has received 450 COVID-19 test kits from Sullivan County government, according to town supervisor Bill … more
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