MONTICELLO, NY — The Kartrite Hotel and Indoor Waterpark, which is on schedule to open in early 2019, celebrated the completion of the structural phase of the project with a topping-off ceremony on February 16.
One of the fears my husband and I had when we moved up to Sullivan County was whether we would make friends.
A Berlin Township women has been hospitalized after being struck be two tires. The tires allegedly fell off a truck as it drove down Perkins Pond Road.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Having entered its 30th anniversary year with no income to meet ongoing expenses, the Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) weathered a nearly five-month funding drought before finding out on February 8 that access to its federal appropriation had been restored.
HARRISBURG, PA — On Feb. 13, Gov. Tom Wolf rejected the new congressional district maps submitted by Republcan leadership. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will now draw up its own verrsion of the maps, if the Wolf and the Republicans don’t agree to a new map plan by Feb. 15. That’s the latest move in the battle over the gerrymandered maps.
HONESDALE, PA — “Pennsylvania is one of the three worst gerrymandered states in the nation, though there have been efforts across the board to change this.
MONTICELLO, NY — The Sullivan County Legislature is urging residents to get a flu shot, even of they’ve already had the flu.
ELDRED, NY — The Eldred School Board enthusiastically and unanimously approved the appointment of Dr. John Morgano as district superintendent at its February meeting. Morgano has served as Interim Superintendent since October 2017.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Bulldogs Football was again the motivation for a packed audience at the February 8 Sullivan West Board of Education meeting, but this time the focus was on the fate of the junior varsity and modified teams.
ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has advocated for early voting in the past, but this is the first time he’s suggeesting spending state money for it. In an amendment to his proposed budget, Cuomo on February 12 added $7 million to the Fiscal Year 2019 Executive Budget to pay for early voting in every county in New York.