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Learn about our beautiful region ONLINE — Catskill Park Day is Tuesday, February 15. To celebrate, Catskill Mountainkeeper is holding two webinars that focus on the beauty and importance … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — A lot can happen in a year. With vaccine rollouts and ongoing pandemic woes, a major environmental milestone, local connections to national headlines, and an impactful … more
Unanswered questions over events at the Town of Liberty’s November 2 Board of Assessment Review (BAR) invite speculation about truthfulness and competency of County Attorney Michael McGuire and … more
Unanswered questions over events at the Town of Liberty’s 11/2/21 Board of Assessment Review (BAR) invite speculation about truthfulness and competency of Sullivan County Attorney Michael … more
PA & NY governors issue school mask mandate HARRISBURG, PA & ALBANY, NY— Allison Beam, acting PA health secretary, issued an order on Tuesday, August 31, requiring masks to be worn … more
Relief, reopening and rehab Starting this Monday at noon, restaurants and other food industry businesses throughout the region will be able to begin applying for direct financial relief through … more
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
The changes in fishing trends are akin to the changes in fishing patterns themselves. One week, you may be bending rods left and right on one style of lure or bait setup. The next week, it’ll … 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
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
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
Fracking, budget and COVID tests In a rare 2-1 vote, the Wayne County Commissioners have decided to join a lawsuit challenging the Delaware River Basin Commission’s moratorium on fracking. … 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
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
Cuomo expects COVID-19 to spike Amid burgeoning rates of COVID-19 across the country, New York State has maintained one of the lowest infection rates in the U.S. However, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is … more
COVID rising, election questioned Like the rest of the country, COVID-19 is back on the rise in Pennsylvania. The commonwealth saw its largest ever increase in new cases between last Wednesday and … more
Dancing mailboxes and free meals Gov. Tom Wolf is planning some financial relief to the state’s hard-hit restaurants and bars. The governor is working with the PA Liquor Control Board to … more
Polling places changes, trick-or-treating In a rare show of bipartisanship, both Republicans and Democrats in the Pennsylvania House are calling for the Republican state Rep. Aaron Bernstine to … more
Census count extended, new Monticello mayor Local census-takers thought they were days away from being finished with this year’s Census Count, until this past Friday when a federal judge … more
New COVID-19 cases, reopenings In yet another health advisory, Sullivan County Public Health Services is alerting anyone who visited Paesano’s Pizzeria in Liberty on August 25, 26, or 27 … more
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