WHITE LAKE, NY — At the annual Republican Convention, held on February 20 at Sorella’s Restaurant in White Lake, the Republican Sullivan County Committee endorsed its slate of candidates for the November 2019 General Election. Chairman Richard I.
Leadership Sullivan hosts paint and sip to benefit Safe Homes, Catskills Regional Food Hub open house successful and more
Six-week course on Sullivan County history
Zoning laws rendered town hearing unnecessary
Last week at the town hall in White Lake, the Town of Bethel held a public hearing for the consideration of expanded operating days for Bethel Speedway. Thanks to the Bethel board, it did not pass.
No contract for seven years
MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan lawmaker Joe Perrello has expressed concerned to county manager Josh Potosek regarding jail employees:
Catskill Regional Medical Group announces fifth location
MONTICELLO, NY — After towns and villages requested that Sullivan County share either sales-tax revenue or casino impact fees with the other municipalities, Sullivan County Chair Luis Alvarez responded by sending a letter to town and village attorneys on March 4 essentially saying the county won’t share the revenue.
MONTICELLO, NY — There are 15 towns in Sullivan County, and, for the last three years, the town supervisors have been trying to get the Sullivan County Legislature to share the county sales tax revenue with the towns.
This week in the news: New Wayne/Pike veterans representative, update on Sullivan County Clerk race, Pike county arrest and more.
New Wayne/Pike veterans representative
HAWLEY, PA — Rep. Mike Peifer (R-Pike/Wayne) welcomed Brian Stolarski who will now serve as the American Legion veterans service representative in the 139th District, replacing Dominick Nati, who retired at the end of 2018.
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — On Sunday, March 3 at 2 p.m., the Catskill Arts Society (CAS) will present a live performance, “Negotiating the Gnarly: An Unfinished Collaboration,” at the Laundry King.
The first time I walked into a library, I wasn’t much older than five. My then-seven-year-old sister was already reading at a sixth-grade level and my mother had fostered a love of literature in us both at the earliest opportunity.