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New leadership at New Hope

LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — New Hope Community, a human services organization in Sullivan County dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (I/DD), has announced changes in leadership. As planned, president and CEO A. James Forbes, Jr., has retired, effective October 1.

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Jail administrator Hal Smith holds up two shanks. The one on the left has a plastic tip, and Smith considered it to be relatively harmless; the one on the right, however, is deadly.  

Murder and shanks at safety meeting

MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Public Safety Committee discussed the murder of 83-year-old Lorraine Gempler, who was killed on September 23 in Kenoza Lake, at its meeting in the government center on October 4.

Toy Drive underway

REGION — The Holiday Toy Drive, brought to you by The Zipper Junction Project™, is once again underway, in partnership with The Wayne County Ford & Bold Gold Media Holiday Toy Drive Challenge.

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Looking Back 10/11/18

The Wayne County Historical Society owns a rare copy of “Lucy Ann Lobdell, the Female Hunter of Delaware and Sullivan Counties, NY,” the personal account of a woman from our area who lived much of her life as a man.  WCHS member and volunteer Lisa Macchia Ohliger has recently published a book combining Lucy’s words with the results of her own sc

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Arts grant cycle opens

SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Delaware Valley Arts Alliance’s (DVAA) 2019 Decentralization Grant cycle has begun for organizations and artists in Sullivan County. Grants are for nonprofit arts, cultural and heritage groups that wish to create, produce, or present cultural year-round programming in Sullivan County during 2019.

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New roof-top heating and cooling units were part of the Sullivan County energy upgrade recently completed.

Sullivan lauded for energy upgrades

MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Legislature and officials recently completed work on energy upgrades on county-owned buildings that will result in equivalent emissions reductions to removing 104 conventional gasoline-powered cars off the road, and also save taxpayers $115,000 a year in maintenance and energy costs.



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