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A tree lighting, sponsored by the Bethel Business Association, Town of Bethel and the Bethel Local Development Corporation was recently held at Veterans Park in Kauneonga Lake. They will also … more
CALLICOON — Attention all bakers! Everyone’s invited to enter this years gingerbread house contest in Callicoon. The gingerbread house contest takes place during the annual Dickens on the … more
Crafts, history hikes, live music, dance performances, and a tribute to a holiday classic were just a few of the items on the schedule in the hamlet of Hurleyville on Saturday. There was also the … more
The rain on Saturday ended just in time for friends and neighbors to gather at the Main Street Stage in Liberty on Saturday for the annual lighting of the town hall holiday lights.  Hosted by … more
For 17 years, the Greater Barryville New York Chamber of Commerce has been hosting the annual tree lighting to the glee of the residents, visitors, family and friends of Barryville. Master of … more
Once Thanksgiving has passed, the Friday that follows is when the holiday season officially kicks off in the Village of Jeffersonville with the James Dworetsky Parade.  Named after the … more
Gaming isn’t new, but beginning in the 1990s it went from being just a casual hobby to a more organized professional sport, and today, it’s known as eSports. Many colleges and … more
It’s been years since the century-old Austin pipe organ has been heard inside the Liberty United Methodist Church. With a little help from the community, the music could once again reverberate … more
A holiday tradition has returned to Callicoon.  The Delaware Youth Center opened its doors bright and early on Friday morning for its Holiday Craft Fair, welcoming hundreds to wander the … more
The holiday magic was in full force at the Liberty Museum and Art Center for their  last week for their 25th Annual Holiday Party and the 3rd Annual Gingerbread Experience. “As the … more
If sharing is caring, it’s safe to say teacher Jessie Kolakowski cares a whole lot about her school community. The special education teacher at the Tioga Central School in Tioga Center was … more
A Sullivan County resident of over 40 years, Camille Regholec of Summitville, has once again contributed to the publication of the most recent installation of the Chicken Soup for the Soul: My … more
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