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NARROWSBURG, NY — Upcoming local elections, Gerard’s Café, the Two Queens Coffee & Tea Shop—there are so many new and exciting things happening in Narrowsburg these days … more
A contingent of residents from both sides of the river joined a demonstration on the Narrowsburg Bridge on the afternoon of Sep. 20 to show solidarity with the Global Climate Strike that was held in locations around the world. more
LIBERTY, NY — Dog owners in Sullivan County can now treat their best friends to a fun-filled and active day at the Liberty Pet Ranch owned by Tina and Matt Johnstone. Located at 15 Oak St., in … more
ALBANY, NY — The plan had been that beginning on April 1, 2020, everyone who had New York license plates older than 10 years would have to replace those plates as the registrations came due, … more
Ultimately, the weekend seemed to be groovy. more
TOWN OF DELAWARE, NY — The Town of Delaware board voted Wednesday, August 14, to make an exception to its policy on firearms and allow town justices to carry guns in the courthouse. 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
On Wednesday summer nights since 1934, locals and travelers have visited the Catskills to gather around a pavilion encircled by pine trees in Callicoon Center, NY.As a child, I spent those Wednesday … 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
BETHEL, NY — In August of 1969, Long Islander Bill Galante was 20 years old and working as an artist at a surfboard shop. more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A truck hauling a load of rock tipped over near the intersection of Route 52 and Route 97 just outside of Narrowsburg.  Fire chief David Casey reported that the truck … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — People who use the Ten Mile River Access to get into the river in Narrowsburg have expressed concern with the amount of mud that builds up there. more
For something completely different, the past few days have been chockablock with a wide range of activities, including art shows, awards ceremonies, 5K runs, touch-a-trucks, beer barrel races and even a drag queen or two. more
After several attempts to find a venue and investors, the original Woodstock organizer says his anniversary fest is off. more
New York State — Michael Lang gets the most credit—or blame—for launching the original Woodstock Music and Art Festival in 1969, but the three-day event was brought about by Lang … more
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Didymo (Didymosphenia geminata), or rock snot as it is commonly known, has been found in several New York waters: both branches and the Main Stem of the Delaware River, Esopus Creek, Battenkill … more
If you’ve taken a stroll past the Narrowsburg Post Office recently, you’re sure to have seen something out of the ordinary... more
Last weekend’s highlights included the Town of Bethel Peace Parade, schvitzing my way through another fantastic Riverfest in Narrowsburg, NY and a sneak-peek at the Farm Arts Collective and their fantastical upcoming production, “Shakespeare on the Farm.” more
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