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Prepared for planning

ELDRED, NY — With big development projects on the horizon, including the $37M development at the former Kittatinny Canoes on Route 97 in Barryville, the Town of Highland Planning Board is fully …

Time to shred!

HIGHLAND, NY — Disposing of important documents in the Town of Highland has just gotten a whole lot easier with the placement of a shredder drop box outside the town hall. The project came …

New faces and places around the Highland triangle

ELDRED and YULAN —  The first ribbon cutting at the Barryville Diner was at 1 p.m. The second one was at 4 p.m. at the Churchill Classic Collective, a new co-working space in Yulan. Both …

A salon of his own

BARRYVILLE, NY — Despite the bitter cold on Saturday, January 15, it was warm and bubbly as Keith Nicholson cut the ribbon on his new hair salon. A New York City-based hair stylist, Nicholson …

All in the family

BARRYVILLE, NY — Jim Sallusto has been bringing his family to Yulan for weekend getaways for over 27 years. Now that they live here full-time, he and his son Matt have renovated and re-opened …

A cuppa joe and so much more

Finally, something good has come out of the COVID pandemic. It brought Eric and Sharone Komoroff to Barryville, which through a series of events, led them to create Barryville General. And …

Tropical dance fusion, lighting the fire towers and …

What's going on in arts, leisure and the community, September 2 to 8

Busy Highland meeting

ELDRED, NY — It was not business as usual at the Highland Town Board meeting. The two-hour meeting on August 17 had a series of revelations that brought $295,000 into the town coffers, required …

Painting, poetry, and pizza—and more

Cut flower, design workshop at Farm Arts DAMASCUS, PA — Learn about popular flower varieties, new trends, seed sourcing and more at Willow Wisp Organic Farm on Saturday, August 21 from 9 …

Homage to a hoggee

MINISINK FORD, NY — If you traveled along Route 97 through Barryville and Minisink Ford about 150 years ago, you would be floating, not driving—and your conveyance would not be a car, but …

How green was my valley?

As it happens, pretty darn green. Truthfully, I’m not a big fan of the color, except where nature is concerned. There are exceptions to the rule, of course, and so many hues to choose from. …

Zoning rewrite zooms in

ELDRED, NY — Concerns about short-term rentals and the future of the Barryville Farmers’ Market were clear March 9 during a public hearing on a proposed rewrite of the Town of Highland …

Lots of potential in Highland

ELDRED, NY — The Highland Town Board meetings held during the past year have often been sparsely attended and mundane affairs. Tuesday, February 9, found the Eldred Town Hall at its COVID-era …

Northgate Resorts acquires Kittatinny Canoes holdings

BARRYVILLE, NY — Dave Jones calls the Kittatinny Canoes recreation enterprise an “Adventure Destination.” For most of his 66 years, he’s worked at or managed it. His …

Barryville tree lighting was a virtual event

BARRYVILLE, NY — It wasn’t the usual tree lighting. Thirty people, all socially distant, gathered around the tree. Others parked across the street at Gibson McKean Real Estate, …

Redhook’s loss is Eldred’s gain

ELDRED, NY — On Friday, March 13, Jessie and Crandall Lazar packed for what they thought might be a long weekend. Their daughter’s school in Brooklyn had shut down, so they were faced …

Last call for the sawmill and more

What's going on in arts, leisure and community from October 1 to 7

Lumberland considers solar development

GLEN SPEY, NY — Following a hearing at which no public comment was offered, the Town of Lumberland passed a long-discussed six-month moratorium on the processing of applications for, and the …

Beefing up byway safety

NARROWSBURG, NY — The old expression “there’s safety in numbers” doesn’t seem to apply to Route 97 between Barryville and Port Jervis. Especially not during summer 2020, …

Violations after all these years

ELDRED, NY — About 50 people gathered outside of the Highland Town Hall on Thursday evening, August 20. They brought signs to show their support for Stickett Inn proprietors John Pizzolato and …
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