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At Thanksgiving, I hope your holiday is filled with tradition that uplifts you, prayers that inspire you and family and friends who love and admire you. When I have food, I think of all who are … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — “There’s been another home fuel oil spill in Cochecton,” said code enforcement officer Greg Semenetz at the November 11 meeting of the Cochecton Town … more
Cuomo expects COVID-19 to spike Amid burgeoning rates of COVID-19 across the country, New York State has maintained one of the lowest infection rates in the U.S. However, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is … more
We are getting closer to Turkey Day—how are you celebrating? My brother Teddy and I were going to go down to Queens to see my sister and two other brothers, along with my sister-in-law and her … more
Having the bulk of this election behind us feels mighty fine. A lot of political nonsense at the top tries to pull us up into a simplified realm of competitive choosing. On the ground and at the … 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
Hello, I hope you are all doing well and enjoying this lovely weather. It’s that time of year when giving to others is important to our community.  If you would like to make a donation to … more
In the last three weeks, we have asked you to support community newspapers, to vote with your heart and values, and to support the local business community by recognizing and expressing your … more
Once again, my heart is broken with the passing of one of Cochecton’s Best: Jerry Yavarkovsky passed away on October 29 in Orange Regional Medical Center. I was talking to Jerry’s … more
Each year during the Narrowsburg Tree Lighting Parade, Mr. and Mrs. Claus look as though they stepped out of a storybook. As it turns out, there was no need to go to the North Pole. The storybook was … more
Dancing mailboxes and free meals Gov. Tom Wolf is planning some financial relief to the state’s hard-hit restaurants and bars. The governor is working with the PA Liquor Control Board to … more
Sullivan 180 announces new director FERNDALE, NY — On October 5, Sullivan 180 announced that Amanda Langseder has been named director of the nonprofit devoted to turning around the health … more
Polling places changes, trick-or-treating In a rare show of bipartisanship, both Republicans and Democrats in the Pennsylvania House are calling for the Republican state Rep. Aaron Bernstine to … more
I just got back from a nice weekend away up in Schoharie County at my friend Paula’s house. I have not seen her since our cruise to Alaska this time last year. I am Paula’s … more
Census count extended, new Monticello mayor Local census-takers thought they were days away from being finished with this year’s Census Count, until this past Friday when a federal judge … more
NEW YORK — In a scene right out of the cult classic “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” the Section IX Athletic Council of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association … more
Come to find out, an event is a festival and a festival is a town. Empirical evidence suggested as much. Anecdotal phrasing eventually filled in to support. Such is my* journey of understanding, … more
Hello. In the new school year, let’s keep all the children, parents and teachers in our thoughts and prayers. School tax bills are online; to look yours up, visit www.taxlookup.net, click … more
New COVID-19 cases, reopenings In yet another health advisory, Sullivan County Public Health Services is alerting anyone who visited Paesano’s Pizzeria in Liberty on August 25, 26, or 27 … more
Hello my readers and friends, what’s new? Hope you are all enjoying this summer the best you can. For me, it’s the same old same old: staying home and being safe. I do go into the office … more
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