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Are we all still here? The nature of publishing necessitates drafting columns, allowing for maximum procrastination, a week early. That puts one in a pre-inauguration state, reflecting in advance on … more
GOSHEN, NY — Sen. Mike Martucci (R, C, I – New Hampton) was sworn into his first term in the New York State Senate during a combined in-person and virtual ceremony that occurred in the … more
NEWBURGH, NY — Edward "Jake" Lang, formerly of Narrowsburg, has been arrested by the FBI for his alleged involvement in storming the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6. The FBI's New York … more
On January 14, the New York State Police announced the arrest of Chasity Cutway, age 37, and David Host, age 32, both of Walden on charges of Murder First Degree and Burglary First Degree. more
I did it! I got the COVID-19 shot.  I was sitting home minding my own business and the phone rang: “Hello Eileen, this is Barbara Donatelli, president of the Grover Hermann … more
Fatal crash in Wayne County DAMASCUS TOWNSHIP, PA — According to Wayne County Coroner Edward Howell, a fatal car accident took place in the early morning hours of January 9. The … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Wearing a sweatshirt and a backward, long-brimmed baseball cap, newly installed Upper Delaware National Park Service (NPS) Superintendent Joe Salvatore was the picture of a … more
While most of the world was anxious to whisper “goodbye” to 2020 and possibly give it a kick in the butt on its way out, Megan Payne and Joe Gorton chose to mark the end of this most … more
HONESDALE, PA — It’s customary in Wayne County for the commissioners to make their last meeting of the year something of a celebration with their fellow county employees and elected … more
And so, one of the most universally reviled years in the history of humankind has ended: 2020—poster child of the pandemic, political division, economic upheaval, riots, debates, the deaths of … more
The new year has arrived, and most people have declared new year’s resolutions for the year ahead. However, it’s not uncommon to hear about these resolutions being abandoned by the second … more
On Christmas night, the river crested. Distracted by the holiday mood, we didn’t spend the day or our energies fretting about flood. But when all was quiet, the dark river rushed closer to its … more
The New York State Office of Mental Health should be ashamed of the treatment frontline nurses are receiving at the Mid-Hudson Psychiatric Forensic Facility in New Hampton, NY. Seventy nurses care … more
PA restrictions lifted soon, other COVID news For many business owners in Pennsylvania, this weekend marks the final stretch before state restrictions on them are lifted. In mid-December, Gov. Tom … more
I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas. I know I did. For Christmas Eve, I was home alone with five eggplants, three pounds of sausage and peppers. I had my brother Teddy and my friend Kathy and … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware region December 31 to January 6 more
COCHECTON, NY — Since 1879, the red brick pump station building has stood proud, tall and seemingly indestructible at the intersection of State Route 97 and County Route 116. That was the year … more
What's going on in your community December 24-30 more
I wish you a Merry Christmas and an extremely healthy and happy new year in 2021.  Yes, it is that time of year: tax season. The town hall will be open to pay your taxes in person as long as … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Personnel changes and legal mandates highlighted an ambitious agenda at the Lumberland Town Board December 9 meeting. Two resignation letters were at the top of the list of … more
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