If you’ve ever spent time in a city, you have an idea of what homelessness typically looks like—a picture that doesn’t match up with the reality of homelessness in our area.
HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Democratic Women of Sullivan County elected new officers for the year at their re-organizational meeting in January.
HULRLEYVILLE, NY — Cynthia Dolan, currently serving as a Mamakating Town Judge, has announced that she will run to become a Sullivan County Court judge. A seat on the county court bench will open when Judge Frank LaBuda retires at the end of 2019.
ELDRED, NY —It is indeed topsy-turvy when being “number one” and achieving the highest score is a bad thing in academia. But in the world of Fiscal Stress Monitoring, that is exactly the case.
ELDRED, NY — Enrollment in Kindergarten through grade 12 in the Eldred Central School District will decrease 14.7% in the next 10 years, according to a demographics study commissioned by the Eldred school board. This compares with a decrease of 27.2% for the 10-year period 2008 to 2018.
MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County Manager Josh Potosek at a meeting of the Executive Committee on January 17 reacted to some police proposals put forward by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in his State of the State Address.
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — A slate of programming, especially aimed at young adults, is upcoming at branches of the Western Sullivan Public Library (WSPL).
FERNDALE, NY — Hundreds of volunteers turned out to the CVI Building in Ferndale on January 9 to learn about grant opportunities and related information, as Sullivan Renaissance kicked off its 19th season.
Executive director Denise Frangipane told the volunteers that because of them the organization has expanded its scope.
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The grant awards for the Regional Economic Development Awards (REDA) were announced on December 18. The following are some of the larger grants awarded for projects in Sullivan County.
REGION — Due to the lapse in appropriations during the federal government shutdown, national parks will be open as much as possible. Parks, roads, overlooks, river accesses and trails at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area will be open to visitors, but emergency and rescue services will be limited.