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I like cooking for people. Presenting folks with food is something I have always done. I give a part of myself, an important one, something that is in my heart. At times I offer food that is a … more
KAUNEONGA LAKE, NY — For a store of its size, Mason Jar Specialty Food is packed with delicious edibles. From locally produced items in the freezer and refrigerator cases to shelved items and … more
REGION — As inflation digs in, more people are struggling in Sullivan County. But a new food distribution warehouse for the Regional Food Bank will help. The hungry, here “One out … more
Living history, music, exhibits at Civil War encampment MILFORD, PA — The Columns Museum will host the 11th annual Civil War encampment from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 21. This year, … more
Being knowledgeable about communicable diseases is essential when traveling to any country or region in the world, including in the U.S. The number of people striking out to more exotic locations … more
Money available to help youth MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Youth Bureau is now accepting grant applications from organizations that serve children and youth within Sullivan County. … more
As we are ready to start planting our gardens for the year, cows are calving, does are kidding, and spring is literally in the air. More customers are coming out to buy local products, and along … more
It is tiring and time-consuming to think about food as much as I do. My obsession is not intentional. Harping on the subject is partly due to my being afflicted with “monkey mind.” … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY AND BEYOND — Imagine you’re a young man with a wife and a couple of kids to support, and your work car broke down. You’re suddenly faced with some hard … more
One of the absolute certainties in life is change. Nothing stays the same for very long, especially in a world that is so digitally connected. But that’s not the only change that I’m … more
Gov. Hochul: New York welcomes Ukrainian refugees KYIV, UKRAINE — Following months of escalating tensions and accumulating Russian forces, Russia launched an invasion of Ukraine on February … more
The way out here, we tend to eat according to what is in season. So having said that, I would like to call attention to the fact that this recipe has fresh tomatoes in it… which are neither in … more
As businesses and individuals struggle through another year of the pandemic and its trickle-down effects, there exists a small army of volunteers operating behind the scenes to help put food on the … more
MONTICELLO, NY — On a recent Friday at the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless (SCFH), cars were stacked up for several blocks, as folks in need of food that would help them get through … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community February 3 to 9 more
Stark was the canvas upon which I stumbled. The snow was a sheer white contrast to the sprawling chaos of feather and bone left scattered at the feet of the one who created the scene. I … more
Government loves a good acronym. Tusten is no different. The TEC, aka the Tusten Energy Committee, began in 2011 as the town board was enacting an anti-fracking law. Under the leadership of … more
MONTICELLO, NY — In this great and seemly bountiful “land of plenty,” a lot of folks go to bed hungry every night, and three squares a day is something to be cherished. In 1987, … 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
Haifa smoked fish recall NEW YORK STATE — Haifa Smoked Fish is expanding its recall of turbot cold-smoked fish in 8-ounce packages, to include 920 pounds of turbot from lots 97, 223, 299, … more
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