A nature walk on trees will be held at Florence Shelly Wetlands Preserve led by Hank Hartman, 2pm. Meet in the parking lot just opposite Stack Road. 570/727-2385.
On June 25, 2013, State Police at Liberty were informed that Brett Laabs, age 48 of Hawley, PA has succumbed to injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident that occurred on June 24, 2013 in the Town of Thompson. Read more
On June 24, New York State Police at Liberty responded to a report of a commercial Motor vehicle accident on State Route 42, south of Fraser Rd in the Town of Thompson. Read more
Refuah Health center will launch a health fair at the Thompson square shopping center, across of the town of Thompson town hall. You will have the opportunity to speak to one of our doctors and discuss heath related issues. There will be some free health screenings like blood pressure and glucose level. 845/482-9394.
Bird walk presented by Evan Mann at Florence Shelly Wetlands Preserve, 7:30am. 570/727-3362.
Bird walk presented by Ron Milliken at Florence Shelly Wetlands Preserve, 6am. 570/727-3362.
Tony Cellini, the supervisor of the Town of Thompson, said, “We have a handful of naysayers; let’s not let the naysayers run our community.” He then urged the people in the crowded clubhouse to pack the public hearing of the Thompson Planning Board on February 13 and support the proposed expansion of the Monticello Motor Club (MMC). Read more
Town of Thompson supervisor Anthony Cellini says his town board will vote on a resolution that opposes the recently passed gun control legislation in New York. He will present the resolution at the Town Board meeting on February 5 at 7:30 p.m. Printed below is the resolution: Read more
The project to turn the former Concord Hotel site into a destination resort seems to be moving forward again. A company called EPR Properties (EPR), formerly Entertainment Properties Trust, is in the driver’s seat, and developer Louis Cappelli, who was formerly driving the project, is now on the sidelines. Read more
Resolve a pet's emotional and/or behavioral issues at Tranquility Salon & Wellness, 1-4pm, $50. Bring a photo of current pet that needs help. RSVP: 845/588-2023.