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DEC regulations reduce packaging waste ALBANY, NY — New York State Department of Environmental Conservation commissioner Basil Seggos announced on March 31 the finalization of two … more
Radio Catskill wants to hear from you My name is Pete Madden, and I’m a journalist and a member of the community advisory board for 90.5 WJFF Radio Catskill, our region’s … more
LIBERTY, NY — It’s been a long time coming, but it was worth the wait. On February 12, 1990, Radio Catskill WJFF, a non-commercial, listener-supported radio station, first took to the … more
LIBERTY, NY — Since its founding 30 years ago, WJFF Radio Catskill has operated out of the same two-story house on Lake Jefferson, earning it the title of “the best little radio station … more
LIBERTY, NY — Since its founding 30 years ago, WJFF Radio Catskill has operated out of the same two-story house on Lake Jefferson, earning it the title of “the best little radio station … more
Regina McKenny-Snead recipient of Fallsburg Alumni Association’s Lawrence Kotin Award FALLSBURG, NY — The Fallsburg Alumni Association presented its first-ever Lawrence Kotin Award. … more
COVID rising, election questioned Like the rest of the country, COVID-19 is back on the rise in Pennsylvania. The commonwealth saw its largest ever increase in new cases between last Wednesday and … more
ECS reports COVID exposure ELDRED, NY — News was received on October 22 that an Eldred Central School elementary student tested positive for COVID-19. In a prudent course of action according … more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — “Now it’s worse than ever. You see pieces about homelessness in San Francisco and Los Angles,” said Doug Sandberg of the homeless situation in America, … more
Wayne Highlands reopening, CARES Act funding Businesses, nonprofits and municipalities can now apply for COVID-19 relief in Wayne and Pike counties. The funding is being used to offset financial … more
COVID-19: 'Good news' and enforcement Roy Den Hollander, the anti-feminist lawyer who was found dead in the Town of Rockland on Monday, has now been linked to two recent murders. Law enforcement … more
Rumors and restrictions A rumor circulated through Facebook this week, saying that the Honesdale Borough Police Department is getting defunded by next year. Honesdale Borough has since released a … more
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