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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
‘Take A Hike!’ on the Damascus Forest Trail DAMASCUS TOWNSHIP, PA — If you like to hike, the Damascus Forest trail offers a two-mile loop trail in Damascus Township. There is a … 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
NARROWSBURG, NY — Horns blared and sirens wailed as a Narrowsburg area tradition kicked off once again. Firetrucks, ambulances, tractors and even classic cars moved down Erie Ave. to the … 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
ALBANY, NY — From now until the end of the swimming season, the Department of Environmental Conservation is asking New York swimming pool owners to periodically check their filters for insects … more
MONTICELLO, NY — At its July 22 meeting, the Monticello school board appointed Sarah Mootz as assistant principal of George L. Cooke Elementary School and Veronica Serrano as assistant … more
SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — For its 2021 Clean Sweep, Sullivan Renaissance teamed up with the Town of Fallsburg to spruce up the area in and around Brian Ingber Park and Main Street in South … more
NEW YORK STATE — The state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is accepting applications for sponsored pheasant hunts. These hunts are free, non-competitive events coordinated by a … more
State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and the New York State Police announced on July 15 the arrest of Debra Gabriel, the former tax collector for the Town of Bethel, for allegedly stealing … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther has accomplished a lot in her most recent term of office, but her safe staffing bill, recently signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, stands out as an accomplishment of which she is especially proud. more
NARROWSBURG, NY — “Can we do something more?” That was the question on everyone’s mind at the July 1 meeting of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC). Much of the talk … more
LIBERTY, NY — Since its founding 30 years ago, WJFF Radio Catskill has operated out of the same two-story house on Lake Jefferson, earning it the title of “the best little radio station … more
ELDRED, NY — A red coffee canister passed from hand to hand. Shouts and interruptions rang from the crowd. Grassroots democracy was in full vigor at the Town of Highland Democratic caucus. more
LIBERTY, NY — The consulting agreement for management of the Care Center at Sunset Lake “is expected to be signed shortly,” said Lowell Feldman, chair of the local development corporation in charge of the facility. “There have been numerous legal and operational issues to be considered and resolved.” more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — “We’re like the [voting] machine,” said a Highland poll worker. “We’re here to help people do what they want.” more
COCHECTON, NY — The Cochecton Democratic Caucus, which occurred on Friday, June 25, was a brief affair. more
HANCOCK, NY — There’s more than one way to get rid of knotweed, and the Friends of the Upper Delaware River (FUDR) want you to know about the various methods. The organization held a presentation on ways to control the spread of knotweed at Fireman’s Field on Saturday, June 19. more
MONTICELLO, NY — “Our police are repeatedly confronting people [whom] they have just brought up to the hospital,” said district attorney Meagan Galligan at the June 3 public safety meeting. “They’ve just brought them up, they’ve told the doctor, ‘This person’s in crisis, he needs help, he needs three days of treatment,’ and they’re immediately released. And that person is back on the street before the police officer is done writing the incident report at the station.” more
DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY — In a brisk 52 minutes, the New York-Pennsylvania Joint Interstate Bridge Commission approved two capital projects and two studies totaling $9,749,088, while also reviewing inspection findings and green-lighting $169,916 for 2021-22 maintenance for its 10 bridges at the May 26 annual (virtual) meeting. more
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