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CALLICOON, NY — As the current chair of the Callicoon Beautification Committee (the Committee), John Erik Karkula earns a lot of attention for the beauty fo the town’s plantings. That … more
UPPER DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY — Fifty performers played on iconic porches in Callicoon, while honey and all things bees were feted in Narrowsburg. The two riverfront hamlets, located 13 miles … more
MONTICELLO, NY — People living near the railroad tracks in Callicoon probably agree with legislator George Conklin. He congratulated public works commissioner Ed McAndrew on the repairs to … more
CALLICOON, NY — The Town of Callicoon has seen its share of well-attended public hearings this year. Its recently passed law regulating renewable energy went through two rounds of public … more
CALLICOON CENTER, NY — On Sunday, August 1, the owners of 131 cars—antique, classic, custom, contemporary muscle cars, high-octane hot rods, not to mention motorcycles and even a … more
CALLICOON, NY - The Delaware Valley Opera (DVO) started their season strong, with a delightful concert of selections from operetta classics. more
CALLICOON, NY — The crowds turned out for the Callicoon Country Fair on Saturday, July 24. more
REGION — Between the river, quaint and vibrant hamlets, interesting Main Streets, farmers’ markets and lots of food and drink establishments, there’s never a shortage of things to … more
Car show in Callicoon Center CALLICOON CENTER, NY — The seventh annual Town of Callicoon Car Show will take place on Sunday, August 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the town park, along with the … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The future of solar power in New York State is bright—bright enough to power half a million homes. more
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JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — On Monday, May 17, a group of Sullivan West fifth-grade elementary school students released an estimated 400 brown trout fingerlings into the waters of the North Branch of … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Work has continued apace on the ex-campground that is evolving into the Callicoon Creek Park. Carter Strickland, state director for the Trust for Public Land, laid out a … more
With my camera, that is. Truth be told, it was never my ambition to be a photographer. I began my career in writing long ago but invariably relied on others to provide images for content when … more
CALLICOON, NY — Four years ago, the railway could have taken the station apart, or carted away history’s remnants.   But they didn’t, and anyone interested now has a … more
CALLICOON, NY — A century ago, the Callicoon train station held crowds: people getting on trains, getting off trains, meeting family, stopping by to see if anything interesting was going … more
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