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BEACH LAKE, PA — Joe Salvatore sums himself up as “a simple man.” By that, he means a regular guy, the boy next door, someone you’d like to have a beer with. He’ll go … more
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Rumor has it that fracking can now proceed at full force following the Delaware River Basin Commission’s (DRBC) remarkable reversal of its decision to ban hydraulic fracturing for natural gas … more
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Things I didn’t know when we started thinking about moving here: Your neighbors are your 911, my local nurse practitioner told me. Every real estate agent here’s grandmother used to run a … more
Did you just arrive? Has it been a while? Sit down and rest. Think of this as a beginning, an explanation of who we are, what world you have landed in. Welcome. We’re glad you’re … more
Monticello Aldi partial building collapse MONTICELLO, NY — Over the past weekend, the Aldi grocery store in Monticello closed due to a partial building collapse. A roof leak in the rear of … more
DELAWARE RIVER — For environmentalists in this region, keeping the natural gas industry out of the Delaware River Basin is a top priority. A years-long battle over the ability to frack in the … more
Cochecton Town Board attendance limited COCHECTON, NY — Effective December 30, gallery attendance at Cochecton Town Board meetings is limited to media representatives and those who have … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — A federal court case between the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) and a natural gas company in Wayne County could have a lasting impact on fracking in the Delaware … more
In 1978, the Delaware River was designated as part of the Wild and Scenic River System. By an act of Congress, an experiment and an agreement was forged that the valley would be preserved and … more
TRISTATE AREA — In the face of opposition from environmental advocates, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) voted to approve the construction of a liquefied … more
Having helped countless birds resume their wild lives, the woman whose long “fascination with the feather” led to an impactful life as a bird rehabilitator and conservationist has herself … more
These days, with all the social media chatter and fast-paced lifestyles, it is hard to know how many anglers have what we used to call a “home water.” From what I’ve observed over … more
Martucci scores state Senate seat 42ND SENATE DISTRICT OF NEW YORK — Weeks since Election Day, Democratic Sen. Jen Metzger (NYS-42) conceded her race for reelection to Republican challenger … more
CALLICOON, NY — Twenty-some years ago, I asked lifelong Callicoon resident Ed Curtis if the current boom would last. We’d just seen a big increase in home sales, after a long period of … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Plans for a new park in Callicoon have hit a roadblock. A property purchase by the county that would have laid the groundwork for the new park in Callicoon was halted at … more
CALLICOON, NY — A proposed park could get a financial shot in the arm, thanks to Sen. Jen Metzger.  Located at the former Upper Delaware Campground, the tentatively named Riverside Park … more
Damascus Township, the largest of the original townships created in 1798, is still the largest.  Damascus was the site of many historic events, beginning with the first settlement of … more
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