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THOMPSON— The Rock Hill Tree lighting ceremony was once again live on Sunday, December 5 and in-person after being virtual last year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Melinda Meddaugh … more
JEFFERSONVILLE — On a cold and windy Friday night, hundreds of people turned out on Main Street in Jeffersonville for the annual James Dworetsky Holiday Parade. Named after the Youngsville … more
Attendees of the 2021 Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce Pride Awards gathered at the Villa Roma Resort and Conference Center last Wednesday to reflect on the past couple years and look to … more
“How many of you like to be outside?” shouted Eugene Thalmann, a Liberty grower of vegetables, greens, herbs and flowers. “YAY!” yelled the crowd of second graders at … more
The Livingston Manor Rotary Club and the Sullivan County Youth Bureau sponsored a Drug Awareness Night event at Livingston Manor’s Rotary Park on Wednesday, November 3, complete with live … more
PARKSVILLE — Individuals hoping to breathe new life into Parksville envision this small hamlet could one day become a thriving arts community. That vision took another step forward recently … more
St. Joseph’s Church in Wurtsboro holds a craft fair every year to support local vendors and the Ave Maria Guild. This year, however, the Ave Maria Guild held the fair earlier than normal to … more
PARKSVILLE — Ghosts, superheroes and all kinds of costumed characters turned out on Main Street in Parksville on Sunday for the hamlet’s First Annual Halloween Parade. Organized by the … more
The Sullivan County Historical Society (SCHS) held their annual dinner and reorganizational meeting at the Rockland House in Roscoe on Sunday, October 24. After electing a new slate of officers and … more
LIBERTY— Residents, family members and community stakeholders gathered at the Care Center at Sunset Lake on Sunday for their first annual Harvest Festival. A ceremonial ribbon cutting was held … more
SULLIVAN — Environmental Conservation Officer Charles Eyler recently responded to reports of a sick and injured porcupine in a resident’s backyard. When the ECO arrived, he noticed … more
HUDSON VALLEY –– Domestic violence is often thought about in terms of physical violence, but controlling behavior and other abusive tactics often begin long before any physical violence … more
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