Come toast George Washington on his birthday with his favorite beverage, beer, at Henning's Local restaurant (formerly The Eldred Preserve), 2-5pm. Donation is $35 in advance and $40 at the door to benefit The Delaware Company. Email email@example.com or call 845/557-0851.
Climate Change Symposium hosted by the NACL Theatre at the Highland Senior Center, 9am-12 noon. Featuring a panel of expert speakers. Free, but must pre-register. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Climate Change Symposium hosted by the NACL Theatre at the Highland Senior Center, 9am-5pm. Featuring a panel of expert speakers. Bring a dish to share for lunch. Free, but must pre-register. Email email@example.com.
Bring Your Child to the Library Day at Sunshine Hall Free Library, 14 Proctor Rd. Bring children anytime between 10am & 3pm for refreshments and an Alice in Wonderland craft and door prizes. Children who wear a crazy hat get a prize. Free. 845/557-6258.
Town of Highland planners are considering zoning changes that would allow the Stepping Forward Therapeutic Center to open a facility at the former Sokol Woodlands property on Mail Road. Read more
Cheered on by adoring fans including fellow students, staff and of course, their family members, the Eldred Lady Yellow Jacket soccer team boarded a bus bound for the state semifinals in Cortland hoping to continue their historic ride. After defeating Livingston Manor 3-2 with a pair of goals in a minute and a half to win their first Section IX title since 1986, the Eldred juggernaut notched a 2-1 regional final win over Oppenheim/Ephratah/St. Johnsville on a late goal by Jordan Lepes to advance to its first-ever state final four. Read more
Widespread northeastern hurricane damage last fall led to a grant opportunity for town officials to finally relocate a historically flood-prone town facility, but actually getting to the money turned out to be like snagging an elusive brass ring. Read more
The sound of three shots from three rifles split the air as veterans from all wars involving United States military personnel were honored on November 11. Members of the Tusten, Highland and Lumberland VFW Post #6427 were on hand for the occasion as Commander Peter Carmeci officiated. Read more
T’was the night before elections and all through the hall, the new budget was heard and the increase was small. Read more
The Highland Town Board last Tuesday approved a 2014 budget that would call for a tax levy of $1,636,202.64, or a 1.33% increase in the town’s share of property owners’ January tax bills. Read more