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We are now entering the time of year when we will experience an increase in the number of infectious diseases in our families, work places and communities. These conditions don’t only occur in … more
People watching in the country is frightfully more diverting than its city counterpart. For in the Catskills, whilst we are exposed to new faces all the time, the old faces—the … more
ALBANY, NY — The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) has initiated legal action against New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG), Orange and Rockland Utilities (O&R) … more
Spring is almost here, but, for a few more weeks, our windows are locked tight, maybe insulated, and our dusty electric heaters, wood or coal stoves are working at full force. Have you considered the … more
WHITE LAKE, NY — “We have beautiful conditions, plenty of ice, an incredible sunny day and lots of kids, what more could we ask for?” Those words, spoken by Sullivan County … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Winter Dance Party at the Narrowsburg Union over the weekend was a huge success thanks to the collaboration of everyone in the community, said its hosts Tom and Cecilia … more
In the heart of winter, the landscape can seem especially dreary, brightened mainly by birds and the occasional white-tailed deer. But a glance around your backyard can clue you in to the antics of … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Cecilia and Tom Coacci are bringing the funk this Saturday at The Narrowsburg Union. All proceed from the Winter Dance Party at the union this Saturday, February 16 from 6 to … more
REGION — The snow and rainstorm followed by frigid arctic air left some neighborhoods in the region shimmering with a coating of ice.  By the time this issue of the paper hits mailboxes in … more
Why not get right to the point? I don’t like winter. It’s an annual refrain anyone who knows me has heard. The beauty of newly fallen snow aside, there are myriad reasons for my ill … more
Over the recent holiday weekend, Sullivan County saw heavy snow, brought on by winter storm Harper. After accumulating nine inches of snow on Saturday and Sunday, Monday morning’s temperature … more
Cold weather is just as challenging to your skin as warm weather seasons. This time of the year, you may notice dryness and flaking, and in some cases, cracking of the skin in exposed areas such as … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The Catskill Nordic Ski Club announced its 42nd season of informal, guided cross-country skiing. All trips are scheduled on Saturdays at 1:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted. … more
With New Years behind us, a lot of people are looking forward to getting involved in seasonal outdoor activities, including skiing and snowshoeing. By January, the ice fishing season has usually … more
REGION — The solstice on December 21 marked the official beginning of winter, with temperatures in the region warmer than usual and with heavy precipitation. How will the rest of the season … more
Have you ever seen a shrew? Chances are good that the answer is no, given their secretive nature and relatively brief life spans of approximately 18 to 20 months.  Although they resemble very … more
LIBERTY, NY — The Town of Liberty Parks and Recreation Department has started two programs to help residents and non-residents stay active during the winter season. Adult pickle ball is … more
The first snows have dusted the Upper Delaware River Region. Other than giving everyone something to crow about on social media, some areas saw just enough accumulation to provide early opportunities … more
There is no experience quite like opening the door to your beautiful, well-kept second home in the country—and finding piles of mouse poop, half-eaten food in the cupboard and footprints in the … more
DAMASCUS, PA — As the region braced for its fourth nor’easter in three weeks, emergency management coordinator Ed Lagarenne announced at the March 19 Damascus Township Board of … more
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