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Members of the Sullivan County Democrat traveled to Saratoga Springs this past weekend for the annual New York Press Association Spring Convention (See page 1A). It was the first time the … more
Sullivan County made news across the state this week when legislators voted to make us the first county in New York to offer free tuition to local students who enroll at SUNY Sullivan to help more … more
Last Friday marked Earth Day, a time when we remind ourselves of our connection to the planet and our responsibility in safeguarding the environment for future generations. Earth Day may just be … more
In 1972, the Autism Society, the nation’s oldest leading foundational autism society held the first Annual National Autistic Children’s Week as an ongoing nationwide effort to support … more
There are over one hundred thousand people in the United States in need of organ, eye or tissue donors. Thousands will die each year because a donor can’t be found for them in time. By taking a … more
New York’s Lieutenant Governor resigned on Tuesday following his indictment in an alleged bribery scheme. The New York Times reported this week that the five-count indictment, which includes … more
Among other things, April is designated as National Volunteers Month. It’s a time when we celebrate and encourage the power of people who dedicate their time to build stronger, more vibrant … more
War is hell. Those famous words are often attributed to American Civil War General William Tecumseh Sherman. For more than a month now we’ve seen the horrific images coming out of Ukraine on a … more
It might not have felt like it this week, but warmer weather is on the way and that means something very important - road work. According to Sullivan County Manager Joshua Potosek’s March … more
Senator Chuck Schumer, Sunday, announced that he will push for a vote this week on a $50 billion overhaul of the U.S. Postal Service. For those of us who rely on the postal service and mail delivery … more
We live in a fast changing world where businesses and governments have to adapt to the times in order to move forward. Earlier this month, the Democrat reported on efforts to renovate and expand … more
Not all heroes wear capes. But on March 12, at Berean Lake in Highland, some might. Since 2010 the Hudson Valley Chapter of The Alzheimer's Association hosts a Subzero Heroes event, where community … more
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