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A fter passing through both Houses in Albany, now sitting on Governor Kathy Hochul’s desk are amendments to New York State’s new village incorporation law. These guidelines trace back 130 … more
The red month of August eventually turns into the cooler months of Autumn, which leaves only a short amount of time for visitors and locals to fully enjoy the Delaware River and all it has to … more
L ocal print and radio are not free. They both cost time, energy and money to put the ink on the page and the songs on the sound waves. One of our partnered news media outlet, WJFF Radio Catskill … more
I t’s no secret that recent years have been tough on small businesses and on newspapers. A bipartisan bill, the Community News & Small Business Support Act, that has been introduced in … more
E laborate financial scams have been an object of weariness long before the days of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). Back in the early days of email, you might have heard that your never-before heard … more
T he current Sullivan County Legislature established one of their main goals being maintaining “financial responsibility” for the county, as members of the board have noted a number of … more
T he Callicoon Theatre, a staple in the hamlet of Callicoon as a source of entertainment and a house of theatrical art, celebrated its 75th birthday over the past weekend. Through ups and downs, … more
Well, for those of you who don’t follow the weather too closely, we have to say that this past June and early July haven’t been exactly ideal. First, our neighbors in the North, Oh … more
O ur children’s health and safety should be, and must be, a community’s number one priority no matter the circumstances. Sullivan County’s intense opioid use and other illegal … more
Dear Class of 2023 Graduates, Now that you have walked, it is time to open your stride and run; continue to chase the fears and the dreams as you have done so up until now. Walking across the … more
T his weekend marks “Graduation Weekend” in Sullivan County where all eight school districts will host their graduations starting Friday and concluding on Sunday afternoon. We … more
I n recent days, it seems like the elements themselves have been raising their powers against everyone trying to enjoy the outdoors in the county, and especially against the numerous local … more
I n a commitment to making Sullivan County an even greater place to live, play, and work, guided by a fierce passion for community and a love for your neighbor, one person truly can make a … more
A ntique buildings and other structures are prevalent around the county. If you look around on your drive, you will see that some of these memorable historical buildings are leaning 60 degrees, some … more
Here and gone; the Venezuelan asylum seekers who checked into the Knights Inn in Liberty have already been sent onto the next destination in their journey, which as it stands right now is going to … more
A ll across the county, students are taking the final few steps necessary before strutting their stuff across the commencement stage to receive the rewards of their academic labor. It is a … more
W ith the heaviest of hearts, the population of Sullivan County are made all too aware of Fentanyl all too often, especially today, May 9, which is Fentanyl Awareness Day. We are overburdened with … more
Retiring is one of the many life goals workers strive to achieve that couples well with that rewarding feeling of a job well done. Recently, the end-of-life services at Hospice of Orange and Sullivan … more
O ver the weekend, parts of Sullivan County saw massive thunderstorms — with the presence of tornadoes touching down in some area - with Callicoon Center and Roscoe receiving some of the worst … more
I t seems inevitable, but it’s not. Every spring in New York State when the weather turns nice, the fire service answers a large amount of alarms for brush or wildland fires. Here in … more
N early two weeks following its original due date on the first of this month, the state budget for New York still seems to be stalled out in Albany for the time being.   It isn’t … more
There is a special call answered by a number of women and men who choose to put themselves in front of the danger, the fire, the medical emergency, or any situation that would make their heart beat … more
W hen people think of poetry, their minds often rest with the greats whose penmanship has outlasted even their very lives.   Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, Henry David … more
I n this neighborhood, we don’t often get to choose who our neighbors are, what they say, or what they choose to be. They may wear different clothes, act a different way, live a different … more
Opioid use disorder (OUD) has had a devastating impact in Sullivan County when you look at the number of lives we’ve lost, families broken apart, and the financial burden placed on medical, law … more
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