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I was chopping onions for dinner one night when a clump of hair fell into my eye. I tried to brush it away but it wouldn’t go. I ran to the mirror. Nothing looked amiss. I pulled my hair … more
TEXAS TOWNSHIP, PA — The White Mills Hotel was destroyed by fire overnight. The White Mills Fire Department says it was dispatched at around 3 a.m. on Wednesday, April 3, to a structure fire … more
DAMASCUS, PA — The Delaware River is the longest undammed river in the eastern United States. The section of river closest to us that we all know and enjoy is called the Upper Delaware River, … more
ELDRED, NY — Does the property owner live on-site? If not, they must get a special use permit before renting out a house in the Town of Highland. The town added this step in the approval … more
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Commissioners stressed the significance of early colon cancer screenings by stating some alarming statistics: Incidence and mortality rates are up to … more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Sullivan West is beefing up its security in response to a recent threat against the school, an assault inside the school, and an environment that led school board member … more
ALBANY, NY — Beginning April 1, New York State veterans and Gold Star families will have free access to state parks through the expanded Lifetime Liberty Pass Program. A disability rating is no … more
Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan, and nonprofit newsroom producing investigative and public-service journalism that holds power to account and drives positive change in Pennsylvania.  … more
ALBANY, NY — New York’s mental health crisis has escalated, according to a report released on March 27 by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. More than 3.2 million adults in New … more
MONTICELLO, NY — All summer campers in Sullivan County must show they are vaccinated against three highly contagious diseases, according to a new public health order.  But the adults … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Clean water advocates from more than 180 organizations in four states recently lobbied Congress for more money to protect and restore the rivers, streams and tributaries … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The afflictions undermining long-term care facilities across the country—privatization, staffing shortages, dwindling subsidies—are also causing a crisis for … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Head Start is returning to Sullivan County in early April. But this date is subject to change. That’s the latest word from U.S. Rep. Marc Molinaro (NY-19). … more
DAMASCUS TOWNSHIP, PA — Damascus Township is updating its zoning that regulates alternate energy development, such as solar farms, windmills, and geothermal systems. The township … more
TUSTEN, NY — The pavilion proposed for Tusten Multi-Generational Park continues to move forward amid strong opinions both for and against the project. The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) … more
REGION — By the time you’re reading this, spring will have sprung.  What follows is a roundup of arts and leisure events happening this weekend (there are a lot!) and—to … more
TOWN OF DELAWARE, NY — The Delaware town board convened on March 13 to update the community on the ongoing well replacement in Callicoon. Seeking to address ongoing turbidity issues, the … more
HIGHLAND, NY — Highland supervisor John Pizzolato offered town board members a path out of their hostile stand-off. At the March town board meeting, he suggested using the Dispute … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Last year, the New York State Division of Human Rights awarded nearly $7 million to more than 1,000 victims of discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodation … more
HONESDALE, PA — After a three-day trial, a jury convicted James Gerrity, 62, for causing a fatal crash in Texas Township, announced Wayne County District Attorney A.G. Howell on March 16. … more
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