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January 2014

Chicken BBQ

February 15, 2014

Shohola Township Volunteer Fire and Rescue annual February Thaw Chicken BBQ at Station #1, 325 Route 434, 4-7:30pm. $12, includes half of a chicken and fixins'. Music with a live band. 570/559-7525.

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Bloomingburg developer stopped with preliminary injunction

The developer who plans to build 396 units in 40 townhouses in the Village of Bloomingburg, which are being marketed to the Hasidic community, has been ordered to not work on any new units. Some 10 townshouses appear to be complete from the outside, and two more are partially complete. The judge ruled that Shalom Lamm may finish those two townhouses to protect them from the weather, but may not begin any additional ones.  Read more

Valentine's horse drawn carriage ride

February 15, 2014

Catch the ride at the Old School Bus Garage, 2-5pm. Loops the town. Kissing booth photos on the Mews Alley. Sponsored by Main Street Merchants.

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Sullivan County Workforce Development Board meeting

February 11, 2014

The next meeting of the Sullivan County Workforce Development Board will take place at Sullivan County BOCES, Rubin Pollack Center, Career & Tech Dining room, 8-9am. 845/807-0385.

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Novak Sentenced for Narrowsburg murder

Paul Novak has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his wife, Catherine, on December 13, 2008. The sentence was handed down on January 31.  Read more

Chain reaction gains momentum at Port Jervis High School

Snow and intense cold didn't stop the Friends of Rachel's Club from continuing its chain reaction of kindness and compassion at Port Jervis High School.

On January 10, close to 100 students, staff, parents and community leaders came together to participate in the intense Chain Reaction Day. The students spent the entire school day in the gymnasium interacting with adult leaders in high energy activities and emotional discussions. The goal is to empower the students to make a difference in their community.  Read more

Legal Planning and Long Term Care: What you Need to Know

February 11, 2014

RSVP by: February 6, 2014 to Alzheimer's Association
Join Elder Law Atty Richard Shapiro for this FREE (Alzheimer's Association) seminar
Learn about: Costs of Long Term Care/Medicaid eligibility/Planning ahead to preserve assets
TIME: 2:00PM - 3:30PM
LOCATION: Blustein Shapiro Rich & Barone Education Center
10 Matthews Street, Goshen, NY

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Eldred School seeks BOCES board representative

At the regular meeting of the Eldred Central School Board of Education held on Thursday, January 9, Superintendent Robert Dufour announced that Paul Burckard will not be seeking re-election as Eldred’s representative to the Sullivan County Board of Cooperative Services. The district thanked Mr. Burckard for his dedication as Eldred’s representative for the past six years.  Read more

Kindergarten registration for Delaware Valley Elementary

MILFORD, PA — Kindergarten registration for Delaware Valley Elementary School’s 2014–2015 Kindergarten class is scheduled for Tuesday, March 11 with a snow date of Wednesday, March 12.  Read more

Community forums set for Monticello superintendent search

MONTICELLO, NY — The Monticello Central School will hold community forums on Wednesday, February 5 at 7 p.m. at the Cooke Elementary School and on Wednesday, February 12 at 6:30 the Chase Elementary School. The purpose of the forums is to give residents an opportunity to help identify and define some of the characteristics that the new Superintendent of Schools should possess. Both forums, hosted by the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), will be held in the school gymnasiums.  Read more