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
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
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
"Couterparts" by James Joyce will be discussed at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. 845/794-4660.
A total of $165,000 in grant funding has been awarded to 11 Sullivan County businesses under the county’s Microenterprise Assistance Program (MAP). The program targets Main Street businesses that are located within downtown areas and provide goods and services, and “Agri-business” enterprises, including farms, agriculture support businesses and businesses that process farm products. Read more
Held by Sullivan County Philatelic Society at Ted Stroebele Recreation Center, 1pm. 845/794-2586.
"From Brush Lands to Broadway: The Evolution of Monticello's Main Street" program at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm, free. Public welcome. 845/794-4660.
Hadassah event, location TBA, noon-4, $25. Rain date: 7/20. RSVP: 845/794-7596 or 292-8023.
The Literacy Center, Tues., 5:30-6:30pm, $120 (12 classes). 845/794-0017.
MONTICELLO, NY — Members of the Sullivan County branch of the grassroots organization MoveOn will introduce a draft resolution to the Sullivan County Legislature’s public session on Thursday, June 21 at 2 p.m. in the County Administration building to nullify the 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision known as “Citizens United,” which, combined with other recent Supreme Court rulings, has resulted in unlimited anonymous funding to political campaigns. Similar resolutions have already been introduced in a number of states, counties and municipalities. Call 845/292-4895. Read more