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Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Upper Delaware Council Hosts Meeting on Law Enforcement in the River Valley

NARROWSBURG - While federal funding is available to assist with recreation-related law enforcement within the boundaries of the National Park Service (NPS) Upper Delaware (UPDE) Scenic and Recreational River corridor, its administration can be challenging.
The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) ... read more


Two arrested in stolen vehicle chase

SULLIVAN COUNTY — On Saturday December 8, 2018 at approximately 3:47 AM, Deputy Matthew Bisland and Deputy John Panos were on patrol on State Route 17 in Monticello when they clocked a 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue traveling westbound at 85 miles per hour in a 55 zone. When they attempted to stop the ... read more


Tuesday, December 11

Town of Tusten, Town Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg.

Town of Highland, Town Board Meeting, 7 p.m., Eldred Town Hall, Proctor Road, Eldred.

Mountaindale First Aid Squad, Mandatory Monthly Meeting, 8 p.m., 136 Main St., Mountaindale. ... read more


Local Girl Scout tackles big project

COCHECTON - Jenna Kratz grew up in Cochecton with the Cochecton Men's Club Field as her backyard. The park boasts a baseball field, tennis court, playground and more, but in recent years Kratz watched as it fell into disrepair. So she decided to do something about it.
A senior at Sullivan West ... read more


Show me the money: County has $12 million in unclaimed funds

SULLIVAN — The old saying that money doesn't grow on trees is true, but sometimes it's collected as unclaimed funds by the New York State Comptroller.
According to the NYS State Comptroller Thomas Dinapoli's Office, $15.5 billion of unclaimed funds from state taxpayers sit in their coffers, $12 ... read more


Nob Hill project moves forward

THOMPSON — After three years in the planning stages, the Nob Hill Country Club renovations will start to get underway soon in the Town of Thompson.
According to Jay Zeiger, counsel for the project, the developer's contract has been approved by the Thompson Planning Board, and they are ready to ... read more


New Monticello apartments could break ground by spring

MONTICELLO — A new apartment complex on Jefferson Street in the Village of Monticello is a little closer to reality after a recent public hearing hosted by the Village of Monticello Planning Board.
According to Jacob Billig, a principal in Billig, Loughlin & Silver LLP, which represents the ... read more


County eyes development of two key projects

MONTICELLO - The Division of Planning, Community Development & Real Property reported to the county legislators that they are working on the marketing and development of two vacant sites that have been in the works for quite some time—the Apollo Plaza in Monticello and the Emerald Corporate Park in ... read more


Sullivan Catskills celebrate success in front of sold out crowd

HURLEYVILLE -- Four hundred and fifty million dollars in traveler spending made its way into the Sullivan County in 2017, saving taxpayers $1,922 per household.
These numbers were only a few of the reasons for celebration among the sold out crowd at Thursday's Sullivan Catskills Annual Meeting ... read more


The relationship between stress and headaches/migraines

Family, good food, and great memories… arguably some of the best parts of this time of year. But hand-in-hand with the joys of the holiday season, is the holiday stress. For those who suffer from chronic headaches and migraines, the added stressors can actually make this time of year a dreadful ... read more


State Police are searching for two missing teens from the town of Fallsburg

SULLIVAN COUNTY — The New York State Police in Liberty are looking for the public's assistance in locating two missing teens from Sullivan County.
Fourteen-year-old Yante Teller and her 12-year old brother Chaim Teller, were last seen by family on December 8, 2018 at their home in the town of ... read more


SUNY Sullivan eyes spring semester

LOCH SHELDRAKE — The new year is fast approaching and for many that means reflecting on the past 12 months and spending time with friends and family.
However, for SUNY Sullivan, their focus now is on spring registration and having the students who attended in the fall return.
According to ... read more


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