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The last pancake breakfast EQUINUNK, PA — Well, not the last one forever. Just the last one for 2021. The Pine Mill Community Hall, on Pine Mill Road in Equinunk, will hold its final … more
CALLICOON, NY — On Monday, October 18, 2021 at approximately 7 a.m., troopers from the Liberty barracks responded to Fremont Street and Railroad Avenue for a report of a garbage truck crashing … more
Bipartisan bill supports agriculture education opportunities in local schools RHINEBECK, NY — On October 7, U.S. Reps. Antonio Delgado (NY-19) and Glenn “G.T.” Thompson (PA-15), … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The New York State Department of Transportation announced that an online public meeting will be held on Thursday, October 7 at 5 p.m. to outline plans to improve Interchange … more
ELDRED, NY — While New York States owes the Town of Highland grant money, additional funds are on the way. This good news was announced at the September 14 board meeting. The LaBerge Group, … more
PA & NY governors issue school mask mandate HARRISBURG, PA & ALBANY, NY— Allison Beam, acting PA health secretary, issued an order on Tuesday, August 31, requiring masks to be worn … more
Rep. Delgado introduces small business legislation RHINEBECK, NY — U.S. Representatives Antonio Delgado (NY-19) and Beth Van Duyne (TX-24) introduced bipartisan legislation to make it easier … more
Nebzydoski-White Memorial scholarships awarded HONESDALE, PA — Thirteen 2021 graduates have been awarded scholarships from the Nebzydoski-White Memorial scholarship program. Winners are … more
NEW YORK STATE — The state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is accepting applications for sponsored pheasant hunts. These hunts are free, non-competitive events coordinated by a … more
State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and the New York State Police announced on July 15 the arrest of Debra Gabriel, the former tax collector for the Town of Bethel, for allegedly stealing … more
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New York State Police arrested Ricardo Appling, 34, of Wurtsboro on March 14, charging him with third degree criminal possession of a weapon, a felony, as well as second degree menacing and endangering the welfare of a child, both misdemeanors. more
Accord woman arrested promoting prison contraband first degree, a felony, for creating explicit video and sending to her husband in jail. more
GOSHEN, NY — Sen. Mike Martucci (R, C, I – New Hampton) was sworn into his first term in the New York State Senate during a combined in-person and virtual ceremony that occurred in the … more
ALBANY, NY — A New York State Assembly bill that’s hung around since 2015 has become the subject of controversy in recent weeks.  The summary of Assembly Bill A416 simply states, … more
The New York State Office of Mental Health should be ashamed of the treatment frontline nurses are receiving at the Mid-Hudson Psychiatric Forensic Facility in New Hampton, NY. Seventy nurses care … more
COCHECTON, NY — Since 1879, the red brick pump station building has stood proud, tall and seemingly indestructible at the intersection of State Route 97 and County Route 116. That was the year … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Personnel changes and legal mandates highlighted an ambitious agenda at the Lumberland Town Board December 9 meeting. Two resignation letters were at the top of the list of … more
ALBANY, NY — If enacted as currently written, proposed New York State Assembly Bill Number A11179 (www.nysenate.gov/legislation/bills/2019/a11179) would make the COVID-19 vaccination mandatory … more
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