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Town of Thompson presents check to Monti seniors MONTICELLO, NY — The Town of Thompson presented a check for $5,000 to the Monticello Seniors at their meeting on October 28. “This … more
HAWLEY, PA — Ask Seagraves what she loves about the Hawley Senior Center. She’ll tell you about the people. There’s one lady, 102 years old, who ran a senior center for 50 years. … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Alex Lander, the son of Rick and Lisa Lander of Narrowsburg, was accepted to the University of Rochester School of Medicine. Alex received his “white coat” at the … more
Bipartisan bill supports agriculture education opportunities in local schools RHINEBECK, NY — On October 7, U.S. Reps. Antonio Delgado (NY-19) and Glenn “G.T.” Thompson (PA-15), … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Health and family services committee chair Nadia Rajsz opened her September 9 meeting with a moment of silence for the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks. John … more
Nebzydoski-White Memorial scholarships awarded HONESDALE, PA — Thirteen 2021 graduates have been awarded scholarships from the Nebzydoski-White Memorial scholarship program. Winners are … more
Having a family doctor is crucial, especially with COVID-19 still a potent danger. Family practitioners are experts in a wide range of areas, and they stay up to date on the latest medical … more
Of the many various outcomes of child neglect and abuse, my niece is one. S is 46 and lives in a group home in Seattle. She survives through SSI disability payments. She has never been married, never … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Whoever said “start small” wasn’t trying to raise a county’s health ranking. The problems driving it are complex. But Sullivan County’s health and family services department—and many, many community organizations—have a plan and are getting to work. more
REGION — Tenants, remember this: No matter how badly the pandemic has hurt you, the rent is still due. You may not be evicted just yet for non-payment. The CDC extended the eviction … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Cat Scott wants to visit her mother. Lou Setren wants to visit his mother, too.  Bert Kohn, the administrator at the Care Center at Sunset Lake, says his hands are tied … more
A recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll showed that half of Black Americans will not take a COVID-19 vaccine. Even some Black doctors and health care workers have refused the vaccine, citing safety … more
Monticello Aldi partial building collapse MONTICELLO, NY — Over the past weekend, the Aldi grocery store in Monticello closed due to a partial building collapse. A roof leak in the rear of … more
Callicoon Farmers’ Market continues through winter season CALLICOON, NY — The Callicoon Farmers’ Market takes place every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Callicoon Creek Park, … more
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MONTICELLO, NY – Sullivan County Public Health Services has confirmed that a diner at Colosseo Family Restaurant & Pizzeria tested positive for COVID-19. There is currently no indication … more
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