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Hello, hope you are all doing great. I had a very sad week. My goddaughter’s brother died at the age of 42. Jack Kelly passed away. He is back in the arms of his loving wife, Jo. Two … more
Hello! Did you all have a nice weekend? It’s getting a little easier to write the column because there is stuff going on. It’s Saturday, September 18. Happy St. Patrick’s Day. … more
UDC Announces Honorees for 33rd Annual River Valley Awards BEACH LAKE, PA – The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) will honor those who have enhanced the quality of life or protected the … more
Pastor Phyllis and I pulled a trifecta.  We saw three plays in 10 days: “Altar Boyz” and “The World Goes Round” at the Forestburgh Playhouse and “The Boomer Boys … more
The Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA) was recently introduced in the House and has now been introduced in the Senate—and will benefit every member of this community. Unlike many issues … more
Hello everyone. I’m sorry I did not do a column last week. I was up in Quincy Mass. with my sister to visit her daughter, her husband and my new great-nephew, Fintan. By the end of the trip, I … more
In a quick reprieve from the past three columns, in which I explored where privilege lies in our transportation system, I present an opportunity for you to lend your voice toward the aim of … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Down South, Sullivan County fought the Civil War with guns and musket balls. Back home, it fought for public opinion with newspapers. It’s easy to think of newsprint … more
How are you all doing?  I was in Walmart the other day and I ran into Dan and Marilyn Barletto. We had a great chat playing catch up.  I was coming out of the doctor’s office … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware region May 20 to May 26 more
Rehab planned and restrictions lifted There are more dams to be rehabilitated in Wayne County. The USDA has announced that it plans to rehabilitate four dams along the Lackawaxen River. There will … more
Hello. I hope you are all doing well. When I was on Facebook, I saw a post from Brian Heinle that said, “On behalf of the membership of the Lake Huntington Fire Company, and one very proud … more
Like everyone, I’m anxious for the world to return to normalcy. I want to go to Pete’s and see the cashier’s friendly faces without a mask. I long to go to the Tusten Cup or 2 … more
Relief, reopening and rehab Starting this Monday at noon, restaurants and other food industry businesses throughout the region will be able to begin applying for direct financial relief through … more
Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well. The tax books for the Town of Cochecton are closed. If you were not able to make a payment, you can call the Sullivan County Treasurer for your new … more
Cannbis legalization, bridge rehabilitation, COVID precautions Now that  New York has become the 15th state to legalize recreational-use marijuana, some Sullivan County officials are … more
I hope you all had a very nice Passover and Easter. I hosted Easter Sunday dinner. It was really easy; everyone brought something. We had a great time. I spoke to all my siblings. I miss them so … more
Exciting changes lie ahead for the Laundrette, located at 20 5th St. in Narrowsburg. They’re undergoing an evolution with the opening of a floating stage on the Delaware River, taking the … more
What great weather we had on Sunday. I was working the St. Patrick’s Day Lunch for the Knights of Columbus. Not many people dined in to eat—most were takeouts. It was so nice to be doing … more
Transportation and aid news Northeast Pennsylvania’s federal representative Matt Cartwright has announced that the recently passed American Rescue Plan will bring an estimated $270 million … more
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