LOCH SHEDRAKE, NY — About 40 members of the community turned out to a meeting of the SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees on July 19, to speak about the proposed plan for changes at the college library. Before the visitors spoke, college President Jay Quaintance read from a statement about some of the changes that have occurred with college library
NARROWSBURG, NY — The 28th annual Riverfest will be presented by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) on Sunday, July 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WASHINGTON, DC — Because of a decision by Sonny Purdue, the new administrator of the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP), thousands of beneficiaries of SNAP soon will be unable to pay for goods at farmers’ markets using their SNAP benefits.
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MILFORD, PA — A Milford man has surrendered to U.S. Marshalls after being found guilty in June of illegally prescribing oxycodone and other opioids to 23 other patients.
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Town of Tusten moved a step further on their Climate Smart journey with the council’s unanimous vote to proceed with the conversion of lighting at the Town Hall and Town Barn to LED. NYSEG will cover up to 73% of the cost of conversion.
MONICELLO, NY — The Kartrite Water Park isn’t scheduled to open until early 2019, but on July 24, it will host a showcase meant to feature the recent rapid growth in Sullivan County. The event is being sponsored by the Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development and the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association (SCVA).
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — At its July 11 meeting, the Cochecton Town Board contemplated upgrades to the new sewer plant, the new town hall, a new dog pound and new town highway equipment.
HAWLEY, PA — At the July 11 borough council meeting, resident Jamie Bednar reported on the potholes on a number of borough streets, stating that some holes “could fit a five-year-old child in them.” Borough president Ann Monaghan stated they are aware of the situation and working on it, but said, “We can’t repave; we can only patch,” to which Be
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Commissioners last week announced that Chairman Brian Smith has been named to the newly created PA Commission for Agricultural Education Excellence (CAEE).