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Foreclosure mobile visits Monticello

Four years into the Great Recession, the outlook for homeowners facing foreclosure has not improved. In fact, according to a report from the Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project (NEDAP), “In 2011, more than 345,000 mortgages were in default or delinquent in New York State. This staggering number is based on 90-day pre-foreclosure notices that New York now requires servicers to send to homeowners.”  Read more

Long Term Care Council meeting

May 16, 2012

Information on long term care services in Sullivan County in Legislative Committee Room (Gov't Center), 3-4:30pm. 845/807-0257.

'Everyone is a Gardener'

May 23, 2012

Hadassah event presented by master gardener Barbara Sush at Temple Sholom, 7pm. All welcome. RSVP: 845/794-3962.

Monticello man admits killing, dismembering girlfriend; sentence of 25 years expected

A Monticello man has admitted to killing and then dismembering his girlfriend, Elizabeth Mucci, in April 2011. Ryder, who was 23 at the time, had argued with Mucci, 31, at their apartment on Fraser Road in the Town of Thompson, and the argument turned physical. Ryder punched Mucci in her throat, which caused her to stop breathing and eventually die.  Read more

Memorial Day service

May 28, 2012

Veterans Monument, 10:30am. Master of ceremonies Al Etkin. Refreshments follow at Elks Lodge. 845/807-0450.

Board of education meeting

May 3, 2012

Regular meeting in RJK Middle School cafeteria, 6pm; executive session, 6:01pm; budget hearing, 7pm; open meeting follows. 845/794-7700.

String class

May 10, 2012

Nesin Cultural Arts Center, adults $5, students $3. nesinculturalarts.org.

Piano class

May 1, 2012

Nesin Cultural Arts Center, adults $5, student $3. nesinculturalarts.org.

'Bucket Principle'

May 30, 2012

Read It Again Bookstore conference room, 5pm, $29. 845/665-9576.

'Lightening Your Life with Laughter'

May 23, 2012

Read It Again Bookstore conference room, 5pm, $29. 845/665-9576.

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