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Voters in New York school districts will be casing their ballots on Tuesday, May 17.  more
REGION — “Art is healing me.” Those are “four of the words I remember most from almost 35 years of teaching in Philadelphia city schools,” Wayne County Arts Alliance … more
What's new in education news, March 17 to 23 more
NATIONWIDE — Teaching has always been stressful. But now as many as 55 percent of teachers are thinking hard about leaving, according to a survey released last month by the National Education … more
MILFORD, PA — To students, watching their parents spar over rarely checked-out books in an age when all information is just a thought away, it may seem typical parental folly along the lines of … more
Calling young poets in Sullivan County SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The first all-county Sullivan Youth Poetry Festival will take place on Saturday, April 2 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts from … more
What's going on in your community March 3 to 9 more
SCRANTON, PA — Second-grade teacher Laura Sosik has been teaching for 15 years. One of the hardest parts of her job, she says, is answering students who want to know why neighboring schools … more
Learn about our beautiful region ONLINE — Catskill Park Day is Tuesday, February 15. To celebrate, Catskill Mountainkeeper is holding two webinars that focus on the beauty and importance … more
HARRISBURG, PA — Tattered textbooks. Dilapidated facilities. Guidance counselors who only come in one day a week. Teachers who must purchase classroom supplies out of their own pocket. … more
Delaware Valley Hospital announces Sally Dean award winner WALTON, NY — The Sally Dean award is United Health Services—Delaware Valley Hospital’s most prestigious award. It … more
Over the Rainbow offers bereavement music therapy MONTICELLO, NY — The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, or any other form of dementia, in a loved one brings with it an immediate onset … more
HAWLEY, PA — A 19-acre solar farm, proposed back in November, is being considered as a potential electricity supplier by the Wallenpaupack Area School District, which could get most of its power from it. more
Dear Gov. Wolf, We write on behalf of the Pennsylvania Schools Work campaign, a coalition of 40 organizations from across Pennsylvania that advocate for adequate and equitable funding to meet the … more
Vet 2 Vet reps attend dinner with Medal of Honor recipient NEWBURGH, NY — On December 8, veteran advocates Ryan Fuller, Kevin Coates and Crystal Brousseau were able to meet a hero. The … more
What's going on in your community December 9 to 15 more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community November 25 to December 1 more
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
What's going on in your community November 18 to 24 more
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. It awakens awareness of all there is to be grateful for in my life. Right now, I’m feeling especially blessed by the enthusiastic response to my exhibit, … more
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