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It is almost fair time for Wayne County 4-H members! We are busy working on our record books, working with our livestock projects and putting the finishing details on our non-livestock projects.  more
FORESTBURGH, NY — A small plane crashed on State Route 42 on the town line between Thompson and Forestburgh on Friday, July 15. According to flight data from flightradar24.com, the aircraft was … more
Teresa J. Bates, 59, of Honesdale, PA, passed away May 9, 2022 at home. Teresa was born October 21, 1962 in Honesdale. A memorial service will be held at a later date. more
A resident of Albuquerque, NM since April 2022 and a longtime resident of Binghamton NY, died peacefully on June 23 in Albuquerque. more
HARRISBURG, PA — A little more than a week into the new fiscal year, Gov. Tom Wolf has signed his eighth and final budget into law. While lawmakers from both political parties call the $45.2 … more
SUNY Oswego recently recognized several Sullivan County residents as high academic achievers on its President’s List and Deans’ List for the spring 2022 semester. more
NARROWSBURG, NY — On July 13, the playground in the Flats—a residential neighborhood in Tusten—beamed with brightly colored slips of paper, pinned to chain-link fences and garden … more
The water level on Little Lake Erie is very low, as you can see from the attached photos. more
I understand how painful it is to lose a family member suddenly. There are so many memories that collide, and no lack of anecdotes about a man who was indeed “a man about town,” as was … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Beth Peck, who died Monday, June 7, 2021 , left a legacy of literacy and good deeds that were remembered by her family and neighbors with a memorial garden in her name. It is located on Bridge Street, at the Narrowsburg Library that she founded with her husband Art Peck.  more
It’s summertime! Time for family outings like bike rides, kayaking on the Delaware river, blueberry picking and sidewalk sales. Soon we’ll hear the sounds of rides, demolition derby, livestock and crowds rushing to get their annual funnel cake.  more
Pennsylvania’s push to prioritize long-term care in the 2022-23 state budget has resulted in a historic commitment to the essential care of more than 110,000 seniors and adults with disabilities—particularly 45,000 who are reliant on state Medicaid funding.  more
HIGHLAND, NY — The Town of Highland released a redacted report on its investigation into its constable force. The report includes a substantiated allegation of sexually harassing statements … more
SULLIVAN, NY — On July 11, Deputies from the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office arrested Dakota R. Boyce, 29, of Monguap Valley, NY for Grand Larceny in the 3rd degree a class D Felony.  more
MONTICELLO, NY — Members of the Monticello Police Department arrested Izchak Krishevsky, 62, of Brooklyn, NY on July 14. Krishevsky was charged with the felony of patronizing a person for prostitution in a school zone and a misdemeanor for endangering the welfare of a child.  more
One of the most popular songs sung at the Passover Seder—the well-observed home-based ritual of the holiday—is “Dayainu,” which literally means “It would have been … more
For so many people, rolling up their sleeves to receive a greatly awaited stab at the Coronavirus was a no-brainer. more
The Bible at the beginning of Genesis 18 records a scene of Abraham the Patriarch sitting at the opening of his tent just after having undergone his late-in-life ritual circumcision. more
Much ink has been spilled on efforts to address the emotional and functional challenges of living through COVID and its now perceived aftermath. more
The word "mensch," in the  Yiddish language, means a good and giving person. And "menschlachkeit" is the expanded term that denotes this total behavioral approach that is concerned with doing the right thing for humankind and community. more
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