HURLEYVILLE, NY — Sullivan Renaissance begins their two-day annual conference, “Changing the Course,” on Friday, May 17 at the Michael Ritchie Big Barn. “Changing the Course” aims to inspire attendees into action through discussion and enrichment activities. “Explore the relationship between healthy places and healthy people.
MONTICELLO, NY — The New York State Legislature, as part of the budget process, passed legislation that will eliminate bail as a condition of release for 90% of people accused of crimes in the state.
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BARRYVILLE, NY — The Board of the Barryille Farmers’ Market announced the establishment of a new market that will be held at the United Methodist Church and on the adjacent Conway property.
TUSTEN, NY — The New York State Department of Transportation announced on May 7 that work has begun on a $2.5 million project to replace the bridge carrying State Route 97 over Ten Mile River in the Town of Tusten.
It’s that time of year when penny socials and fundraisers are being held. Saturday night, I helped put on a dance for the Narrowsburg Ecumenical Food Pantry with Joann Latrende. The best part of the dance was seeing Ken Baim line dancing just one week after he had four stents put in.
ELDRED, NY — After months of significant interest—measured by the number of attendees at the monthly school board meetings—only a handful of attendees were on hand to hear the final touches applied to the Eldred school budget.
MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Legislature voted unanimously on April 18 to approve a two-year contract with the members of Teamsters Local 445. Over 90% of union members had voted in favor of the contract earlier in the week.
MONTICELLO, NY — At a meeting at the government center on April 18, the Sullivan County Legislature failed to appoint a new emergency medical services (EMS) coordinator to replace the one who retired on January 1.
Seniors receive $7,000 in scholarships