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NATIONWIDE — For years, there was a push to encourage seniors to work. Working added to retirement income, it got seniors out of the house and interacting with people, and it might even stave … more
Act 1—The Exposition Evening rehearsal, Milford Theater. Half the cast is present. Thirty days until opening night. Cold and windy outside, toasty in the newly renovated theater. Actors move … more
During the past two years, we’ve all spent a lot of time wearing masks to protect ourselves and others from COVID. I wanted to depict masked people sitting outdoors and having a conversation. … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — For employers looking to hire, it’s a tough market these days. While that’s certainly been no secret in Wayne County, the evidence became crystal clear at a … more
LIBERTY, NY — The rising cost of housing has been an enduring problem across New York State. The effects were muted during the COVID-19 pandemic by a wave of emergency response measures. The … more
REGION — An unexpected effect of the coronavirus pandemic was a massive leap in the local real estate market. According to local real estate agents and brokers, that wave of homebuying … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware region February 24 to March 2 more
Mask mandate ends for Sullivan County MONTICELLO, NY — Statewide indoor business mask-or-vaccine requirements have been lifted and will remain optional for businesses, local governments and … more
Considering how so many facets of our lives have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, I don’t believe it’s the least bit shocking to say that many of us have been struggling to … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware region February 3 to 9 more
FORESTBURGH, NY — Sullivan County has always known that the Forestburgh Playhouse is fabulous. Now the playhouse has several awards from BroadwayWorld to make it even more clear. In a time … more
‘What really matters’ from the Yarnslingers CALLICOON, NY — The Yarnslingers, a group of storytellers, will perform on Sunday, January 23, beginning at 2 p.m. The event will take … more
Now that sunshine is at a premium, with shorter daylight hours, longer nights and cold weather, many of us know that the onset of “winter blues” is around the corner. Compounding this … more
Well, good riddance, 2021! You were supposed to be better than 2020. Look at you. You started off with an assault on democracy itself. Briefly redeemed yourself with a vaccine for our 21st-century … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Within recent weeks, the number of people within Sullivan County infected with COVID-19 has reached an all-time high. The number of active cases in Sullivan County … more
Over the river and through the woods, communities are stepping out with holiday events. Perhaps it is the excitement to gather together in spirit following more than a year’s worth of living … more
CALLICOON CENTER, NY — How do you pay witness to something as massive as the pandemic? The books are starting to come out, there are videos, films, news footage. And now there’s … more
We are the Student Safety First slate of candidates, running for the Delaware Valley School District school director position. We’re a social worker (BSW), a board-certified behavior analyst, … more
Let’s talk about the weather. No, this isn’t small talk. But honestly, what a strange summer it’s been. Although according to my desk calendar, fall officially started this past … more
REGION — When people are dying, the world is in upheaval and nothing is the same, that’s probably not the time to start a business, right? Wrong. At least that’s how a … more
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