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NEW YORK — New York Attorney General Letitia James last week announced an agreement that will deliver up to $1.1 billion to New York State to combat the ongoing opioid epidemic. The … more
The House of YES, a creative collective and theatre-infused nightclub based in Bushwick, Brooklyn, brought the fun to the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre on Saturday. The YES YES YES … more
THOMPSON — After a year of holding virtual Zoom meetings, the Town of Thompson held its first in-person hybrid town board meeting on Tuesday, July 20. After Town Supervisor Bill Rieber Jr. … more
The sign of a good event may be that you can’t find a parking spot anywhere. Or it may be that you’re at the laundromat and overhear people talking about it. That was exactly the case for … more
LIBERTY – Like most businesses and non-profits, the Catskills Food Hub (CFH) continues to face challenges brought about not only by the COVID-19 pandemic, but also because of ordinary business … more
On July 21, at around 12:30 p.m., an excavator working for JML Quarries at 154 Dump Rd in Wurtsboro rolled over leaving the driver trapped and injured inside. more
REGION – If you follow New York State Senator Mike Martucci on Facebook you’ll know that he has been out and about in his district (which comprises all of Sullivan County and parts of … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY — On July 18, 2021 at approximately 11:45 a.m., troopers responded to a residence in the town of Lumberland for a report of a physical domestic. Preliminary investigation … more
NARROWSBURG — The National Park Service (NPS) hopes to purchase the Ten Mile River access point if the U.S. Congress approves their $200,000 acquisition bid for fiscal year 2022. The river … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE –– SUNY Sullivan President Jay Quaintance discussed opening plans at last week’s board of trustees meeting, calling it an ever evolving process. He said they … more
After more than a year of waiting, live music has once again returned to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. They kicked off their summer concert series on Tuesday, July 20 with “An Evening With … more
LUMBERLAND — The Executive Committee of the county Legislature approved the agricultural zone for a farm in Lumberland last Thursday, expanding the farm’s opportunities for industrialized … more
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