Meet one-on-one w/ a career development counselor at Port Jervis Free Library to share ideas on creating résumés, removing barriers & interviews, 1-5pm. RSVP: 845/856-7313.
Meet one-on-one w/ a career development counselor at Port Jervis Free Library to share ideas on creating résumés, removing barriers & interviews, 4-8pm. RSVP: 845/856-7313.
Meet one-on-one w/ a career development counselor at Port Jervis Free Library to share ideas on creating résumés, removing barriers & interviews, 10am-2pm. RSVP: 845/856-7313.
Ribbon cutting & grand opening for The Bake House & The River House (across from Fat Lady Café), 4-7pm. 845/583-5800.
NARROWSBURG, NY — SlowFloat, a day of activity combining art, outdoor recreation, music, local food and discussions about our water and food sheds, will take place on Saturday, August 6 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. As part of the event, this month's Skydog Supper Club meeting will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Tusten Town Hall. Read more
HONESDALE, PA — Humane Society police officer Marlene Metzger, along with Pennsylvania dog warden, James Rickert are seeking information regarding the abandonment of eight small, mixed breed puppies. The pups were left in a cardboard box and dumped off in a parking lot at the intersection of Route 6 and the road up to Walmart.
A passerby found the box of pups on August 2 at approximately 7:30 am. The person contacted Dessin Animal Shelter and brought the pups in. Read more
The New York State Police, Troop “F”, announce the arrest of Timothy R. Handel (dob 09/05/71), of 276 Riley Road in the Town of New Windsor, New York. On Wednesday, August 3rd State Police arrested Handel and charged him with Murder 2nd Degree in connection with the death of a female acquaintance, Kathleen M. Connolly 27 of 3165 Thistle Drive Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Both victim and defendant were former residents of Orange County, NY. Read more
WASHINGTON, DC — Critics have long claimed that gas drilling using high-volume hydraulic fracturing (fracking) not only poses a danger to water, it also is a threat to the air.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is prevented from regulating the water aspects of fracking because of a clause in the 2005 Energy Policy Act, but the agency is now taking steps that will impose federal regulations on fracking and drilling as the two activities relate to possible air pollution. Read more
Hosted by Town of Highland Lions Club at Highland town hall (across from Peck's), 10am-4pm.