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NARROWSBURG, NY — “We have to take an honest look at what’s been done with this system—and not been done—for the last 20 years,” said Tusten Town Supervisor Ben Johnson. more
YULAN, NY — Izzy likes to hang out with her friends. And now, thanks to the community and the Make a Wish Foundation, she’s got a purple and teal treehouse to do it in. “Izzy has … more
What's going on in your community June 17 to 23. more
(NAPSI)—Autonomous robots are becoming a familiar sight for grocery shoppers as they roam store aisles scanning shelves for missing, mispriced or misplaced products. Along the way, they collect and … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office has concluded a three-month investigation into street-level narcotics sales in the Monticello, Liberty and Jeffersonville … more
With a title like the one atop this column, who could resist the temptation to know more? That’s pretty much how I felt when stumbling upon the beaver-addled, slime-covered stumps depicted … more
It’s been quite a year for all of us. I think it’s fair to say that we’ve learned some things along the way: about our health, about our relationships with others and about … more
FORESTBURGH, NY — My first visit to the Forestburgh Playhouse was in the summer of ’96, when the theatre was celebrating its 50th anniversary. Without checking, I can’t recall the … more
DAMASCUS, PA — On May 17, when the Damascus Board of Supervisors meeting opened the floor to public comments, Vincent Grande addressed the board. Grande was determined to get results for property owner and 25-year, part-time Damascus resident Claudia Newton. more
(NAPSI)—Global warming that caused glacial melting is likely the cause of a shift in the movement of the Earth’s poles in the 1990s, according to a new study in Geophysical Research Letters, … more
(NAPSI)—After over a year of staying close to home, lots of people are ready for summer fun. However, warm days can mean much higher energy bills—but you can do something about that.  … more
WHITE LAKE, NY — At its May 26 town board meeting, the Town of Bethel launched a Community Solar Campaign in partnership with Source Power and BQ Energy. Presentations were made by Alicia Scott … more
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MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County doesn’t have to ask you how to spend the $14.6 million in rescue plan funds that are coming its way. Staff and lawmakers are supposed to figure that … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — “Artists are aware of how their work impacts the world,” said Faith Santoro. Santoro, an artist herself, just launched RecycleYourGear, a site and service that … more
(NAPSI)—Weather today is challenging and the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) reminds home and business owners that it’s important to make sure you have the right outdoor power equipment … more
TUSTEN, NY— The State Police Bureau of Investigation (BCI) Liberty are looking into the details surrounding a homicide that occurred in the Town of Tusten on May 22. more
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Tusten Settlement Association will hold a Memorial Day Service on Sunday, May 30, at the Old Baptist Church located on NYS Route 97 four and one-half miles south of … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A month ago, Tusten resident Star Hesse asked the Tusten Town Board directly, pointedly and repeatedly how it intends to implement the ambitious, wide-ranging draft comprehensive plan developed by the committee, with public input, over the last 18 months. more
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