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MONTICELLO, NY — Everyone is sure that something will benefit Sullivan County in the recently passed New York State budget. The $212 billion state package has money for small businesses, the … more
CALLICOON, NY — Four years ago, the railway could have taken the station apart, or carted away history’s remnants.   But they didn’t, and anyone interested now has a … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Rent out a stay in your covered wagon or second home and you can expect the tax colletor to come calling.  The room tax law has passed. Not only does it outline who … more
by Laurie Cooke, PGDip, RPh, CAE (NAPSI)—The groundswell of energy around gender parity and equity—in healthcare and in the larger world—has been palpable. Attention has reached an even … more
CALLICOON, NY — A century ago, the Callicoon train station held crowds: people getting on trains, getting off trains, meeting family, stopping by to see if anything interesting was going … more
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Regina McKenny-Snead recipient of Fallsburg Alumni Association’s Lawrence Kotin Award FALLSBURG, NY — The Fallsburg Alumni Association presented its first-ever Lawrence Kotin Award. … more
What's going on in senior living February 18 to 24 more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Legislature chair Rob Doherty has his own goal for tourism in the county, and it’s based on our rivers. Our forests. The network of trails that spiderwebs through … more
In accordance with the Sullivan County Hotel and Motel Occupancy Tax Law, the county retains 15 percent of the revenues resulting from the imposition of the “room tax” to defer the … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Roberta Byron-Lockwood inherited the dying Borscht Belt, recalled former county manager Jonathan Drapkin. And then she “set about reshaping the county’s tourism … more
  My precocious three-year-old grandson arrived this week with a new word: “Hullabaloo.” “What does it mean?” I asked him. He didn’t say, so I looked it … more
Medicine’s history with Black people is fraught. In the past, enslaved women were used for OB-GYN experiments without anesthesia. Men were infected with syphilis to see what would happen … more
Note: This is part of a series of stories about how COVID-19 is changing the area, particularly as it relates to population increases around the Upper Delaware.  REGION — Kristina … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — At the December 9 Cochecton Town Board meeting, code enforcement officer (CEO) Greg Semenetz announced his plan to retire on Christmas Day. This last year was unlike any … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Tusten is prepared for a second pandemic lockdown if one is imposed. As a local surge in COVID-19 cases forced all-remote instruction for the Sullivan West elementary school … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — One hundred years ago on November 2, the era of electronic mass communication began with the first recognized commercial radio broadcast in the U.S. Through KDKA, a … more
Help wanted MONTICELLO, NY — Amid all the talk of layoffs, sick days, unfilled vacancies and furloughs, Sullivan County is trying to fill some jobs. But given the financial crisis, they … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Tourism isn’t a Sullivan County third rail when it comes to financial crises, but it can sure feel that way sometimes. Touch it and your career dies. So, when the … more
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