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The mystery of Joseph Skinner, and other Upper Delaware horrors NARROWSBURG, NY — Cushetunk resident Joseph Skinner is believed to be the first European murdered in the Upper Delaware River … more
The roar of motorcycles approaching marked the arrival of over a dozen energetic volunteers at Hope Farm, located on the grounds of SUNY Sullivan.  more
NARROWSBURG, NY — From police reform to “Sesame Street” to chats with filmmakers, in long films and short, there’s something for everyone at the Big Eddy Film Festival. The … more
60th reunion at Narrowsburg High  NARROWSBURG, NY — Narrowsburg High School’s Class of 1961, with their spouses, joined over 100 other graduates at the All School Reunion on … more
Fixing the plastics pandemic Picture a credit card. That’s how much plastic each of us ingests every week. Plastic doesn’t break down, but it does break. Tiny particles linger in … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware region September 16 to 22 more
Musing on organized religion By ANDREW MURPHY I know this will be an unpopular position and comment, but it needs to be said. It needs to be remembered that one of the major driving forces … more
Autumn greetings from all the animals at Breezy Acres Farm! We are currently preparing for all things fall, loading up on hay bales, mucking pens, and trimming hooves. Soon it will be time to treat … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community, September 2 to 8 more
HONESDALE, PA — With orientation now under their belt, 15 new teachers are ready for a new school year at the Wayne Highlands School District. The orientation is a vital part of the teacher … more
Cut flower, design workshop at Farm Arts DAMASCUS, PA — Learn about popular flower varieties, new trends, seed sourcing and more at Willow Wisp Organic Farm on Saturday, August 21 from 9 … more
Rep. Delgado introduces small business legislation RHINEBECK, NY — U.S. Representatives Antonio Delgado (NY-19) and Beth Van Duyne (TX-24) introduced bipartisan legislation to make it easier … more
What's going on in your community August 12 to 18 more
The Milford Aquifer concern is a 55-year-old generational problem.  We know where the aquifer is. We know the geological and hydrological function of an “unconfined” aquifer. We … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community July 15 to 21 more
Cuomo signs the Gender Recognition Act ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the Gender Recognition Act on June 24, removing longstanding barriers to equality under the law and ensuring … more
This past year has been a challenge for many of us. Having to stay home, social distance and, in some cases, isolate, it’s no wonder we turn to our homes for comfort. One of the ways to create a comfortable home is to get organized and get rid of clutter. Organizing means different things to different people. With some, it’s paring down; others need more storage; and for most of us, it is a little of both. more
What's going on in health, wellness and community May 6 to 12 more
REGION — So far, New York has offered no guidance for summer camps in 2021, according to the American Camp Association’s map (www.bit.ly/nycamps16). That goes for both day camps and … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community April 15 to 21 more
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