The Sullivan County Human Rights Commission is sponsoring the third
annual Eileen Haworth Weil Scholarship Brunch at The Eagle’s Nest, 11am-2pm. Held in memory of Eileen’s tireless work as a community activist. Tickets: $40. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sullivan County Chamber Of Commerce annual meeting and 40th year anniversary and holiday celebration at The Eagle's Nest Restaurant, 5:30-9pm. Cost: $50 per person. RSVP by 3pm November 19. 845/791-4200, email email@example.com.
The Sullivan County Democratic Committee (SCDC) holds the 97th annual Jeffersonian Dinner, at the Eagle’s Nest on Mountain Rd. A cash-bar cocktail hour begins at 6:30pm and dinner follows at 7:30pm. $50 per person. 845/807-8250.
On August 3, 2014 State Police investigated the breakage of a large plate glass window at 79 Main St in the Village of Bloomingburg. After an investigation, Michael Essig, age 38, of Wurtsboro, NY was arrested in connection with the damage. Read more
Mamakating Democrats host event to celebrate the newly elected town board at the Mamakating Town Park Rotary Pavilion, 2-4pm. Refreshments, live music, door prizes.
The New York State Police in Wurtsboro announce the arrest of Krystal Corley, age 23, of Bloomingburg, NY, for Assault in the 2nd degree, a felony and the misdemeanor charges of endangering the welfare of a child and menacing in the 2nd degree.
This arrest was the result of an allegation that Corley used a knife to cause physical injury to a 16 year old male subject during a dispute between the parties. The victim was treated at Orange Regional Medical Center and later transferred to Westchester Medical Center for further observation. Read more
The Sullivan County Board of Realtors will host their annual Vendors Night at The Eagle’s Nest Restaurant, 4-7pm. This is an opportunity for businesses in related fields to enjoy one-on-one contact with realtors. 845/794-2735.
Three members of the Village of Bloomingburg planning board voted “no” to the construction of a proposed school for girls that has been proposed in connection with a 396-unit development, which has sparked widespread protests in the community. Read more
Two residents of the Village of Bloomingburg have filed papers with the intention of removing Mayor Mark Berentsen from office for alleged violations in the permitting process of a 396-unit development, which is being marketed to the Hasidic community. Read more
Mayor Mark Berentsen is under fire from several directions after a published report that he allegedly was set to receive water and sewer services after the controversial approval of a 396-unit development, which is being marketed to the Hasidic community. Read more