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Monticello

Concert: SJP Band

August 5, 2012

Summer concert series on the courthouse lawn (Broadway across from Chase Bank), 6-7pm, free.

Concert: Keith Newman

July 29, 2012

Summer concert series on the courthouse lawn (Broadway across from Chase Bank), 6-7pm, free.

Concert: River Edge

July 22, 2012

Summer concert series on the courthouse lawn (Broadway across from Chase Bank), 6-7pm, free.

Concert: Side FX Band

July 15, 2012

Summer concert series on the courthouse lawn (Broadway across from Chase Bank), 6-7pm, free.

Concert: Carl Richards Band

July 8, 2012

Summer concert series on the courthouse lawn (Broadway across from Chase Bank), 6-7pm, free.

County to address teen alcohol and drug issues

Sullivan County Legislator Cora Edwards, Chair of the Public Safety and Law Enforcement Committee, will hold a discussion of a proposed “Social Host” local law at the next meeting of the committee.  Read more

Man pleads guilty in theft of Eldred bank

On Wednesday June, 27, 2012, John Armbruster, 52, of Monticello plead guilty in Sullivan County Court to the February 17, 2012 robbery of the Eldred Branch of the First National Bank of Jeffersonville.  Read more

Brooklyn Man Sentenced to 6 ½ years in Pub Bar Gang Assault

Sullivan County District Attorney Jim Farrell announced today that Tayong Jackson, 32, of Brooklyn, N.Y. was sentenced in Sullivan County Court to 6 ½ years in state prison and 5 years of post release supervision for his role in the gang assault and slashing of another man in a Liberty bar back in September of 2010.  Read more

Ryder sentenced to 25 years in prison for Manslaughter

District Attorney Jim Farrell announced that Lars Ryder, age 23, of Monticello, N.Y. was sentenced to 25 years in state prison and 5 years of post release supervision for the homicide of Elizabeth Mucci, 31, of Monticello and Hankins, N.Y.  Read more

Short story discussion

July 10, 2012

"Couterparts" by James Joyce will be discussed at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. 845/794-4660.

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