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So here we are, four months plus into the pandemic—longer than many imagined it could ever last. Consequently, there’s been a shift in energy. Tempers flare. People often seem impatient. … more
The Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River includes parts of five counties: Sullivan, Delaware and Orange in New York, and Pike and Wayne in Pennsylvania, and occupies more than 50,000 acres. … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — At the July 23 Tusten Town Board meeting held via Zoom (recessed from July 14), the first steps were taken in the implementation of three ambitious projects. Repair of the … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Public hearings to amend Tusten’s animal control ordinance and parking regulations preceded the July 14 Town Board meeting. Chapter 115 of the Tusten Code … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — “People will not be happy when we get to tonight’s business agenda,” predicted supervisor Ben Johnson at the start of the July 14 Tusten Town Board meeting. … more
NARROWSBURG, NY – At its July 2 meeting, the first live meeting since March, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) welcomed National Park Service (NPS) acting superintendent Darren Boch to the Upper … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Tusten Town Board set Tuesday, July 14 at 6:30 p.m. as the public hearing date for proposed amendments to its local dog law. The decision, made at the board’s June … more
NARROWSBURG, NY – They come from miles around to enjoy views of the Delaware River’s Big Eddy and the iconic bridge that spans it. That, combined with ready parking, picturesque houses … more
REGION — Small town America often exempts itself from events that roil streets elsewhere. Not this time. The response to the May 25 killing of Minneapolis resident George Floyd by police … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A sudden bout of rain made the eight minutes and 46 seconds demonstrators spent kneeling on the gravely Narrowsburg Bridge all the more poignant Saturday afternoon, June … more
I’ve got to admit, there have been times during self-isolation that I’ve given in to my fears, many of which were exaggerated or unfounded. My imagination got the best of me because there … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A May 26 special meeting of the Tusten Town Board was held via Zoom to conduct a state environmental quality review (SEQR), or environmental impact assessment, for the Tusten … more
REGION — To the delight of local realtors, rural life—real or perceived—has captured the American imagination. Rope swings, front porches, farmers’ markets and picturesque … more
Masked up for trash pick up HONESDALE, PA — On May 16, Honesdale Rotary collected almost 40 bags of trash off its dedicated section of Route 191 North. COVID-19 may have inspired masking but … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A woman and her dog were attacked by another dog on April 19 as they walked on the Narrowsburg flats. At its May 12 meeting, held via Zoom, the Tusten Town Board heard from … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — The National Park Service (NPS) has restricted boat launch capacity at the Delaware River’s Ten Mile River (TMR) Access Site to carry-in, hand launch of canoes, kayaks, … more
If you can, get yourself a newspaper column. It’s a great opportunity to offer advice for which no one has asked. There’s implied permission to shoot your mouth off about whatever you … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — I have to start off by saying I made a goof in my last column. Supervisor Gary Maas brought it to my attention that the Litter Pluck is not canceled, it will be … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Two variances were considered by the Tusten Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) on April 13 during a public hearing followed by a public meeting. Both hearing and meeting were … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — At a time when nothing feels like usual, Joan Santo is continuing to operate her store, Narrowsburg Proper, to provide “a sense of normalcy for the friends and visitors … more
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