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Like everyone, I’m anxious for the world to return to normalcy. I want to go to Pete’s and see the cashier’s friendly faces without a mask. I long to go to the Tusten Cup or 2 … more
Relief, reopening and rehab Starting this Monday at noon, restaurants and other food industry businesses throughout the region will be able to begin applying for direct financial relief through … more
Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well. The tax books for the Town of Cochecton are closed. If you were not able to make a payment, you can call the Sullivan County Treasurer for your new … more
Cannbis legalization, bridge rehabilitation, COVID precautions Now that  New York has become the 15th state to legalize recreational-use marijuana, some Sullivan County officials are … more
I hope you all had a very nice Passover and Easter. I hosted Easter Sunday dinner. It was really easy; everyone brought something. We had a great time. I spoke to all my siblings. I miss them so … more
New York State Sen. Todd Kaminsky and a host of colleagues have introduced legislation that shifts the responsibility and costs of recycling from municipalities to the producers of packaging and … more
Exciting changes lie ahead for the Laundrette, located at 20 5th St. in Narrowsburg. They’re undergoing an evolution with the opening of a floating stage on the Delaware River, taking the … more
What great weather we had on Sunday. I was working the St. Patrick’s Day Lunch for the Knights of Columbus. Not many people dined in to eat—most were takeouts. It was so nice to be doing … more
Transportation and aid news Northeast Pennsylvania’s federal representative Matt Cartwright has announced that the recently passed American Rescue Plan will bring an estimated $270 million … more
The snow this winter has been brutal. No sooner do we come inside after shoveling and salting our way to freedom that a new snowstorm is forecasted. Frustration abounds, yet we need not worry that … more
Fracking ban passed, potential budget cuts This past Thursday was a day of celebration for environmental advocates throughout the region. The Delaware River Basin Commission, the regulatory body … more
Hello, I hope you all are doing well. There are only a few more weeks until spring.  I remember, as a kid, it snowing on Easter. I was on Facebook and saw that Kristina Snedeker put up … more
Fracking ban considered, reopenings in NYS The Delaware River Basin Commission is holding a special meeting next Thursday where the commissioners will consider final action on banning fracking in … more
Hope you all had a great Valentine’s Day. Let me update you on my COVID-19 vaccine: My arm was sore for a week. It’s still itchy. Still, it was nothing like the first shot. I have to say, … more
Our little town, no doubt, inspires passion. Opinions are shared in what is usually a functional manner. Not without disagreement, but in many ways, our local concerns are infinitely more … more
Fracking, budget and COVID tests In a rare 2-1 vote, the Wayne County Commissioners have decided to join a lawsuit challenging the Delaware River Basin Commission’s moratorium on fracking. … more
I cannot tell a lie: I was sick as a dog after I got my Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. I got the shot on Friday, January 8. Saturday morning, I woke up and could not swallow because my throat hurt so bad. … more
Are we all still here? The nature of publishing necessitates drafting columns, allowing for maximum procrastination, a week early. That puts one in a pre-inauguration state, reflecting in advance on … more
I did it! I got the COVID-19 shot.  I was sitting home minding my own business and the phone rang: “Hello Eileen, this is Barbara Donatelli, president of the Grover Hermann … more
And so, one of the most universally reviled years in the history of humankind has ended: 2020—poster child of the pandemic, political division, economic upheaval, riots, debates, the deaths of … more
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