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REGION — Applications are now available for grants from the Make a Difference Fund, which was established by the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan (CFO&S) Board of Directors … more
What's going on in your community August 15 to August 21 more
I cannot believe it—August already! This summer went real fast, although it did feel like we had no spring, with all the rain. I have been keeping busy; there’s so much to do in Sullivan … 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 early 1980s, I was in an odd phase of my work life and found myself secretary to the head of the art department at New York University. Sometimes we were busy, but when we weren’t, I … more
I have to admit that before Wednesday morning, I did not know what a heat index was. “It’s like the wind chill factor,” husband Stephen explained. “Only for heat.” It … more
Previous writings indicate that Cochecton was either the first or the second permanent settlement in Sullivan County. Today, it is the smallest town in the county, but filled with love from its … more
HORTONVILLE, NY — More back and forth on PorchFest headlined the Town of Delaware meeting Wednesday, July 10 in Callicoon. Irene Nickolai, Joanne Brinkerhoff and Patti Moorhead, representing … 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
What's going on in Sustainability July 18-24 more
What a busy summer I am having. Last weekend, I went to George Schalk’s memorial down at Lander’s. George’s wife, Maureen, put on a fabulous party; everyone was sharing stories and … more
Dr. Zsa’s Powdered Zydeco Band HANCOCK, NY — Summer Nights LIVE! continues at the Hancock Town Square this Friday, July 5 at 7:30 p.m., with Dr. Zsa’s Powdered Zydeco Band. The … more
PA officials warn of new scam HONESDALE, PA — State officials warned of a new fraud scheme on June 24 that targets senior citizens and people with disabilities who receive property tax and … more
The New York State Legislature wrapped up its work for the year on June 21, bringing an end to a session that is being called historic. When Democrats took firm control of the senate in January, the … more
Monticello Kiwanis awards scholarships MONTICELLO, NY — Fourteen Monticello High School seniors and their parents/guardians were guests of honor at the Monticello Kiwanis Scholarship Dinner … more
I want to focus on, and draw some connections between, a few recent and upcoming dates. Sunday, June 16, was of course Father’s Day. I hope you were able to celebrate it in a fulfilling way. … more
Brabenec seeks investigation of Green Light Bill FLORIDA, NY — Rep. Karl A. Brabenec sent a letter on Friday, June 28 to President Donald Trump and U.S. Attorney General William Barr … more
NEWBURGH, NY — Many people have difficulty understanding and communicating their emotions when faced with a death of someone close. Especially for a child, the loss of a loved one can be … more
NEW YORK — David Miller’s stepdaughter Mattisyn watches a white holographic tiger move on the table in front of her as she shifts, giggling, from one foot to the other. A pink … more
The River Reporter received an email from Bill Davis, a man from Georgia who made an interesting discovery while cleaning out the basement of his wife’s house: a small box containing several … more
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