MONTICELLO, NY — Funded by a grant from the New York State Climate Smart Communities Program, a specialist in food scrap recycling visited the Sullivan County Legislature to talk about food scraps in the county’s waste stream last Thursday.
MONTICELLO, NY — The seats of all nine Sullivan County Legislators will be determined in the election this November. Had the legislature adopted staggered terms for the election in 2023, four of the legislators would have served only two years rather than four, and staggered elections would have taken place thereafter.
MONTICELLO, NY — The Knights of Columbus Council #14560 donated $1,500 to the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless (SCFH). The money will go toward repairing the federation’s parking lot.
Summer internships for Wayne Pike college students
KENOZA LAKE, NY — I’d say I’m a pretty typical 26-year-old in most respects, so it’s amusing to see how surprised people are when they find out I’m an egg farmer.
Pike job fair
MONTICELLO, NY — The board of the Sullivan County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) on April 8 voted to approve tax incentives for a solar project planned for the Town of Tusten. The 1.968 megawatt project will provide electricity to the existing customers in the area near the array through New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG).
WALLKILL, NY — Crystal Run Healthcare, which began offering various healthcare insurance plans four years ago, announced they are seeking permission from state lawmakers to end the plans before the end of the year.
Being a veterinarian is an amazing career. It is a job filled with many highs; but while we are part of some of the happiest times, we are also there on the saddest of days. Those happy times look like families bringing in their new puppy or kitten for vaccinations.
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — The old story of a giant champion versus a mere mortal was replayed on Wednesday afternoon, April 3.