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MILANVILLE, PA — The dead stay dead, and the buried usually stay buried. The monuments that watch over the dead and buried face a more uncertain fate. A statue of a winged angel until … more
McGraw elected to lead state health association ALBANY, NY — The New York State Association of County Health Officials, which serves as the voice for New York State’s local health … more
KAUNEONGA LAKE, NY — Bethel town supervisor Dan Sturm officiated at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, June 4. The opening of four establishments was celebrated with speeches, balloons, … more
ONLINE — On Wednesday, June 15, the Alzheimer’s Association will host a webinar discussing the crushing impact that Alzheimer’s and other dementias have on the Black … more
NATIONWIDE — When my father was in the early stages of dementia, he forgot he took his daily walk. For years, he hiked down the mountain he lived on and then back up once a day. For years. … more
Jump in the lake and more at Lake Superior BETHEL, NY — Looking for a picnic ground? A place to sail?Lake Superior State Park in Bethel is open for boat rentals, swimming and picnicking, and … more
UPPER DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY — In what was undoubtedly a preview of the frenzy of the 2022 summer season, Shadfest 2022 showcased activities from Port Jervis to Hancock and everywhere in … more
If I were going to incorporate this past week, and had a degree with which to back it up, that would be the name of my firm. To be fair, I’m usually all of those things most of the time, but … more
Sullivan folks: talk about your health SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — How are you doing, health-wise?Sullivan County Public Health is conducting a community health survey from now through May, and … more
SARATOGA SPRING, NY — The strength and quality of the area newspapers was on display at the New York Press Association’s annual spring convention. There 187 journalists from 43 … more
Celebrating ‘That Which Makes Us Stronger’ NARROWSBURG, NY — Special needs. Addiction. Divorce. Righteous grandmas and overwhelmed parents. One kid in the closet and another a … more
Recently, while noticing my feet in the bathtub, I realized it has been decades since I had overheard indirect meant-to-be-overheard comments on my appearance as I walked by. Things like “I … more
‘Sylvan Land’ at Tusten Theatre NARROWSBURG, NY — Sullivan County Poet Laureate Eric Baylin will hold his final event in the role at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 23.In “Sylvan … more
During National Volunteer Week, I would like to acknowledge Megan Gavin for her exceptional service to the Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter. This will be Megan’s second year … more
New funding for Pike County nonprofits MILFORD, PA — Nonprofits headquartered in Pike County and that were impacted by COVID-19 can apply for up to $25,000 in aid. The Pike County … more
With so much federal money in this year’s state budget, why are local taxes still being raided to fund state programs?   In the past three years, the state has taken more than $677 … more
The New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association, Inc. (NYSCOPBA) calls on New York to pause the full implementation of the Humane Alternatives for Long Term (HALT) Solitary … more
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NATIONWIDE — Teaching has always been stressful. But now as many as 55 percent of teachers are thinking hard about leaving, according to a survey released last month by the National Education … more
HIGHLAND, NY — Granted, the water is actually above 32 degrees Fahrenheit, or they’d be jumping onto ice. But that doesn’t mean becoming a Subzero Hero is a piece of cake. On … more
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