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It’s the Friday after Thanksgiving and the holiday shopping season has officially begun. There’s an ominous name for today that inspires feelings of both excitement and dread - Black … more
As we gather with those closest to us on Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving, we take a moment to pause and remember all that we’re grateful for.  We’re thankful for our families, … more
Sullivan County got its first taste of winter weather this week. While the official first day of winter is not until next month on December 21, commuters were greeted with some winter weather … more
It’s the holiday season already and many families are getting ready to gather for Thanksgiving. If you’ve walked into some department stores recently it might seem like we’ve … more
Today is Veterans Day - a time when we pause to honor all of the men and women who have served this great country of ours.  It seems fitting to celebrate our veterans just a few days after a … more
S ullivan County is seeing some good economic news lately. According to data released last week by the New York State Department of Labor, Sullivan County leads the state in job growth. As … more
The Sullivan County Veterans Service Agency provides vital support and services to our local community of men and women who have served their country.    It is one of the highest … more
Every November, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) takes time to recognize the more than 6.2 million Americans living with the progressive brain disorder. Worldwide there are more than … more
Can you hear that noise off in the distance growing louder? That’s the sound of another election day drawing near! It’s the culmination of months of town halls, debates, interviews and … more
According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), approximately 3.3 million dogs enter animal shelters across the country each year. Since 1981, the ASPCA and the … more
A fter many months of discussion, debate and public forums, residents in the Livingston Manor and Roscoe School Districts are set to decide whether their two districts should merge into one. A … more
In the history of human civilization digital technology is still a very new phenomenon. It’s only over the past ten or fifteen years that the use of smartphones, tablets and social media has … more
A drive along East Broadway lately reveals something in the midst of a transformation. After years of planning and anticipation, this section of the Town of Thompson and the Village of Monticello is … more
There are many volunteer organizations in Sullivan County that make a tremendous difference in their community. In fact, there’s too many organizations and individuals to list at once, but … more
About every month, County Coroner Albee Bockman updates county legislators on the number of opioid deaths in Sullivan County during the Safety and Law Enforcement Committee. It’s very troubling … more
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time when we acknowledge domestic violence survivors, listen to the voices of its victims and take steps to support programs that assist people in … more
As we get into the peak days of Autumn, there are a few topics we wanted to broach with readers in regard to deer and the start of hunting season. While driving through the beautiful scenic areas … more
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
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