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Pike County to celebrate America’s semiquincentennial MILFORD, PA — On July 4, 2026, the United States will commemorate the 250th anniversary of its founding. Through the bipartisan … more
MONTICELLO, NY — On Tuesday, March 15 at 1:57 p.m., members of the Village of Monticello Police responded to the nurse’s office at the Monticello High School Campus, after receiving a 911 … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY — In Sullivan County and across the globe, 2021’s biggest story—the “elephant in the room” for every 2021 conversation—was the COVID-19 … more
ELDRED, NY — Failing to get a second, the Town of Highland opted into allowing a cannabis retail dispensary within its borders. The move followed a 10-minute sparsely attended public hearing on … more
TUSTEN, NY — The Tusten Town Board received a petition on December 6 for a referendum on cannabis legalization. The town board had voted at its November meeting to opt out of the statewide … more
TUSTEN, NY — The end result was a foregone conclusion at Tusten’s cannabis public hearing on Tuesday, November 9. The board had voted several times before on the issue under … more
TUSTEN, NY — When the Town of Tusten held its Tuesday, October 12 public hearing on whether to allow cannabis dispensaries and smoking lounges, opinions from the public—and from the … more
What's going on in your community October 28 to November 3 more
ELDRED, NY — A lot of interconnections were explored at the October 12 Town of Highland board meeting. Globally, supply chain delays are affecting a repair to a highway department vehicle. … more
Comment period still open for Skinner’s Falls / Milanville Bridge project MILANVILLE, PA — The project advisory committee for the Milanville-Skinner’s Falls Bridge project met on … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware region September 23 to 29 more
COCHECTON, NY — Much of the business discussed at the regular meeting of the Cochecton Town Board on Wednesday, September 8 was postponed to a recessed meeting, to take place on Monday, … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — The public hearing on Lumberland’s cannabis opt-out law was brief. more
NATIONWIDE — Canadian scientists at the University of Lethbridge have produced a study that shows that some strains of cannabis can reduce the amount of the COVID-19 virus that enters a human … more
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