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ELDRED, NY — Concerns about short-term rentals and the future of the Barryville Farmers’ Market were clear March 9 during a public hearing on a proposed rewrite of the Town of Highland … more
ELDRED, NY — Both district treasurer Caleb Russell and superintendent Dr. John Morgano are pleased that the compressor station tax assessment has been reduced by $24 million. Originally … more
ELDRED, NY — The Highland Town Board meetings held during the past year have often been sparsely attended and mundane affairs. Tuesday, February 9, found the Eldred Town Hall at its COVID-era … more
ELDRED, NY — Millennium Pipeline originally asked for a reduction of $56 million; in the end, it was reduced by $24 million. The outcome of the tax certiorari litigation with Millenium … more
ELDRED, NY — Despite the unprecedented time and the uncertainty of budgets and funding, the Highland Town Board moved through its agenda with due diligence. The October 13 meeting began with a … more
ELDRED, NY — The day was full of brilliant sunshine, reminiscent of that same day 19 years ago. And folks gathered to remember how a day so full of promise quickly turned into one so horrific … more
ELDRED, NY — “We take care of kids,” said superintendent of school Dr. John Morgano as he explained the new child care program at the school this fall. On a one-year trial, … more
ELDRED, NY — Supervisor Jeff Haas began his monthly report with a plea to people to complete their census forms, stating that the response rate is a miserable 31 percent for the county, which … more
The Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River includes parts of five counties: Sullivan, Delaware and Orange in New York, and Pike and Wayne in Pennsylvania, and occupies more than 50,000 acres. … more
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REGION — Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, votes for school district budgets have been pushed back to Tuesday, June 9 this year, but voters can act only through absentee ballots. School … more
ELDRED, NY — For the Highland Town Board, it was business as usual, as “usual” has been redefined to include social distancing and talking into a speakerphone instead of to a … more
ELDRED, NY — The idea was birthed before the coronavirus struck, but it couldn’t be more timely. The leadership of the Eldred Congregational Church was searching for a way to meet … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Like many organizations, the Town of Lumberland has turned to high-tech to be in compliance with state-mandated social distancing edicts.  Meeting via Zoom, the town … more
LIBERTY, NY — It takes a real grappler to know what the sport of wrestling is all about. In other words, when you’re teaching a generation of new matmen in a sport where the rubber … more
ELDRED, NY — Yes, experience does matter. And the girls’ varsity game of hoops on Wednesday, February 19 between the home team Lady Yellowjackets of Eldred (1-14) and the Livingston … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — On Wednesday, February 12, SUNY Sullivan hosted the annual Sullivan County Indoor Track Championship “Down in the Bunker” at Paul Gerry Fieldhouse. The event … more
ELDRED, NY — February 1 has been designated Take Your Child to the Library Day (TYCttLD) and Sunshine Hall Free Library is jumping into the celebration with both feet. The event will be held … more
ELDRED, NY — After Anthony Motta Jr. and his family settled their lawsuit against Eldred Central School District last fall, bullying is still going on, and the district is not taking adequate … more
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