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The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) permanently banned high volume hydraulic fracturing (fracking) throughout the Delaware River Watershed in 2021 after many years of battles between … more
According to the American Red Cross, someone in the U.S. needs blood every two seconds. It’s an essential resource for hospitals and medical personnel not just for traumatic injuries and … more
The next several weeks mark National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time when celebrate and honor the unique histories and cultural influences made by members of the Hispanic community.  The … more
The official first day of fall is this Thursday, September 22. If you’re paying careful attention, you can already sense the days getting shorter. We can already begin to see some of the leaves … more
September is designated a Hunger Action Month, a time to consider the health of our community and what we can do to improve it.  In a country as wealthy as ours and one that wastes billions … more
Being a volunteer Firefighter is something that I always wanted to do growing up. Watching my dad going on calls helping people, going to parades and different events was amazing. When I joined the … more
The Sullivan Catskills is a beautiful place to have fun with loved ones, particularly on a body of water, given we have a number of lakes, as well as the Delaware River.  While recreational … more
This Monday is Labor Day, a time when most people celebrate the unoffical end of summer with one last vacation or family barbecue. Like many other holidays, however, some people can focus too … more
I recently attended the Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America conference and met a group of parents that had started a charity, Song for Charlie, to protect youth from … more
It can be hard to get around in a rural area when you don’t own a vehicle. The cost of transportation can be a large but necessary expense for many families. In his August newsletter, … more
Summer ushers in many amazing local traditions. This includes various fairs and festivals that provide opportunities for family fun and for memories to be made that will last a … more
The public library is a cornerstone of society, whether it’s in big cities, suburbs or rural towns. While some may argue the decline in circulation of bound books and other periodicals is a … more
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