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NEW YORK CITY, NY — A man identified by law enforcement officials as a drug kingpin, who had been operating out of the Dominican Republic, and whose alleged dealings were responsible for an … more
BETHANY, PA— “I feel like I’ve come home,” said a woman from Australia as she walked the grounds of the Himalayan Institute on Saturday, August 17. The institute was hosting … more
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — These days, when people talk about horse power, they think about how many ponies are under the hood.But for the folks who make up the New York State Horse Pulling Association … more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Saturday, August 10, as part of its slate of ongoing events, the group Jeffersonville Enhances More of Sullivan (JEMS) sponsored “A Touch of Germany,” with a … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Call it “The Event.”Something happened. Maybe you fell and, suddenly, you need a wheelchair, but your house is full of stairs. Maybe you’ve been ill and … more
No rate hike for NYSEG I can well understand why NYSEG avoided having any Public Hearings in Sullivan County for their proposed outrageous 20%+ rate hike. There might have been a riot. Sullivan … more
The New York State Electric and Gas Company (NYSEG) would like the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) to allow the company to raise the amount it charges customers in Sullivan County and … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The Hamlet of Callicoon is a National Register Historic District and so is the Village of Liberty. Now, Monticello boosters are hoping for the same designation for Sullivan … more
One particularly exhausting day, having viewed half a dozen unsuitable places and feeling low, I bumped into a guy I knew and whined about my frustration. more
What's going on in arts and culture Aug. 1 to 8. more
The Delaware & Hudson (D&H) Canal Company’s Canal and Gravity Railroad closed forever in 1898 after 90 years of hauling people, coal and other goods between Carbondale, PA and Kingston, … more
What's going in your community August 1 to August 7 more
ALBANY, NY — The New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG)—a company hammered by local politicians because of the way it handled two power-killing windstorms in 2018—is … more
In the news July 18 to July 24 more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Efforts are underway to help the Hahn family recoup their losses after a fire destroyed a barn at their farm last week. Four hundred chickens and 300 round bales of hay … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Cass Collins recently received a $4,500 ($4,000 for her home) check from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) program to help homeowners … more
HONESDALE, PA — Borough councilors unanimously passed a motion to execute a settlement agreement between police chief Richard Southerton and the Borough of Honesdale this week. The civil … more
“So Many Roads” was a whole Fourth of July weekend of music in Parksville, NY dedicated to one band, the Grateful Dead, in the same county that hosted the legendary Woodstock Music … more
Press release from Wayne County Coroner: On Thursday, July 4, 2019 at 10:09 PM, Wayne County 911 received a call regarding a motorcycle collision into a tree, in the park across from 403 Wayne … more
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