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Well, although the signals have been decidedly mixed, I believe it is safe to say that Spring has arrived. In “The Wasteland” poet T.S. Eliot noted that April is the cruellest month, but … more
Milford, PA To the editor: Congratulations to the Sullivan County Democrat for its continued success 130 years after its first edition. The expanded coverage as the Times Herald Record … 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
Lots of maneuvering in Albany when it comes to putting the final dots in place and submitting the 2022-23 New York State budget. Denis Slattery, Albany Bureau Chief covering New York State politics … more
When the pandemic began and toilet paper was in short supply, it was easy enough to blame hoarders filling shopping carts (and basements) with all the TP they could get their hands on. The real … more
To the editor:In the “Down the Decades” March 22, 2022 edition, under the section of 110 years ago - 1912 was information about Dr. Augustus Meyer of Callicoon purchasing an Alpena auto … more
To the editor:When is the “Here and There Beyond the News” column going to get real? Much like the earlier complaint from a reader when NFL players kneeled during the playing of the … 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
One wonders if we are ever going to come together as a nation. Apart from joining together when America faces a common foreign aggressor, those moments of internal domestic harmony have been less … more
Bethel To the editor: During National Volunteer Week, I would like to acknowledge Megan Gavin for her exceptional service to the Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter. This will … 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
Why is there so much hatred in our society today? Matt Rosenberg, a journalist, author and a former Yellow Cab driver in the City of Chicago noted recently “that for several years prior to … more
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