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From a very early age, Larry Ravdin was drawn to a career as a musician. Born in Newark, NJ in 1940, he was raised in a home where “there was always music on the radio.” He grew up … more
The Roscoe Chamber of Commerce hosted this year’s Trout Town Ice Festival, which took place all over the hamlet of Roscoe on Saturday, February 26 with live music, vendors, and outdoor winter … more
The second annual SnO&W brought many dozens of participants out to the historic Liberty O&W Rail Trail at the corner of State and Hill Streets on an icy Saturday morning. The event was … more
GRAHAMSVILLE – The weather can be a fickle partner when it comes to agriculture.And nobody watches the weather any closer than maple syrup producer John Garigliano, who operates the Catskill … more
More than 400 people participated in this year’s King of the Ice Tournament at White Lake in Bethel on Sunday. Sullivan County Conservation Club President John Van Etten said it was one of the … more
Local. Nonprofit. Independent. And it sounds like home. That’s the reverberation of 90.5 WJFF Radio Catskill, sharing news and weather, music and art, what’s happening with farming and … more
In celebration of Black History Month, Fallsburg Police Chief Simmie Williams shared his experiences and thoughts on his career in law enforcement, his active participation within the community, and … more
The Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs of Sullivan County, in conjunction with the Ten Mile River Boy Scout Camps and the Sullivan County Democrat, hosted the 15th annual Ted Boniface Family … more
SUNY Sullivan has announced the hiring of Marc Singer as the College’s new vice president for academic and student affairs. Singer is the former dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies at … more
The Grahamsville Fairgrounds were filled with excitement and sounds of laughter on Saturday for the Town of Neversink Parks and Recreation Department’s first annual Winterfest. Temperatures … more
There have been times when Dr. Sean Wall- Carty could have given up on his dreams, but because of his family and the support he received from his friends, he has been able to push forward to become … more
At 8:45 a.m. yesterday morning a call went out for a chimney fire at 19 River Road, Callicoon. The residence, located next door to the Callicoon Post Office, is owned by Tom Dent, himself a Callicoon … more
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