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Cannbis legalization, bridge rehabilitation, COVID precautions Now that  New York has become the 15th state to legalize recreational-use marijuana, some Sullivan County officials are … more
I hope you all had a very nice Passover and Easter. I hosted Easter Sunday dinner. It was really easy; everyone brought something. We had a great time. I spoke to all my siblings. I miss them so … more
Exciting changes lie ahead for the Laundrette, located at 20 5th St. in Narrowsburg. They’re undergoing an evolution with the opening of a floating stage on the Delaware River, taking the … more
Dear new neighbors: I’m guessing that winter was rough for many of you, having made the (possibly rash) decision to relocate from fill-in-the-blank to the Upper Delaware River region within the … more
If you have become a mom for the first time, buckle up—it’s quite an emotional rollercoaster. First of all, there are hormones running roughshod over your body, which can cause wild … more
Things I didn’t know when we started thinking about moving here: Your neighbors are your 911, my local nurse practitioner told me. Every real estate agent here’s grandmother used to run a … more
What great weather we had on Sunday. I was working the St. Patrick’s Day Lunch for the Knights of Columbus. Not many people dined in to eat—most were takeouts. It was so nice to be doing … more
This is not about who to contact, who the best contractors are, or how to find great deals. All that information is elsewhere. This is about those secrets to a happy rural life. Here you’ll … more
What's going on in art, leisure and community March 25 to 31 more
(NAPSI)—The COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to stop the spread of the virus have shifted how people think about a lot of things, including their homes. With shelter-in-place orders and shutdowns … more
What's going on in education news March 17 to 23 more
New York State Police arrested Ricardo Appling, 34, of Wurtsboro on March 14, charging him with third degree criminal possession of a weapon, a felony, as well as second degree menacing and endangering the welfare of a child, both misdemeanors. more
Transportation and aid news Northeast Pennsylvania’s federal representative Matt Cartwright has announced that the recently passed American Rescue Plan will bring an estimated $270 million … more
The snow this winter has been brutal. No sooner do we come inside after shoveling and salting our way to freedom that a new snowstorm is forecasted. Frustration abounds, yet we need not worry that … more
Fracking ban passed, potential budget cuts This past Thursday was a day of celebration for environmental advocates throughout the region. The Delaware River Basin Commission, the regulatory body … more
Hello, I hope you all are doing well. There are only a few more weeks until spring.  I remember, as a kid, it snowing on Easter. I was on Facebook and saw that Kristina Snedeker put up … more
Explosion in Liberty LIBERTY, NY — At approximately 11:55 a.m. on February 21, New York State Police responded to a report of an explosion at a residence on Lt. J.G. Brender Highway. An … more
(NAPSI)—Video games have a presence in New York that extends well beyond those who play them. Indeed, the Empire State is one of the largest contributors to economic output and employment for the … more
Fracking ban considered, reopenings in NYS The Delaware River Basin Commission is holding a special meeting next Thursday where the commissioners will consider final action on banning fracking in … more
Hope you all had a great Valentine’s Day. Let me update you on my COVID-19 vaccine: My arm was sore for a week. It’s still itchy. Still, it was nothing like the first shot. I have to say, … more
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