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Editor’s note: The following letter, dated April 13, is among 13 submitted to the Highland Town Board in support of Studio 55 LLC, a pottery studio and gallery that Nonna Hall wants to open at … more
The Ecumenical Food Pantry in Narrowsburg thanks all those who donated to the Delaware River Basin Commission Food Drive.  Your generosity helps our families in need more than words can … more
[Ed. note: The following is a comment posted on the River Reporter website earlier this month under the op-ed “Condemning political persecution and judicial corruption.” See the original … more
[Ed. note: Olsommer voted “no” on House Bill 2370. The bill, supported by House Democrats, would boost per-student spending and provide some reforms to charter schools. The bill passed … more
June 15 was World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Elder abuse takes many forms and is not always easy to recognize, even when it’s taking place right under your nose.  Vulnerable elderly … more
In the interminable discussion of the age of the two “old guy” U.S. presidential candidates, there is little mention of the fact that rather than a single “guy,” we ultimately … more
Paula Elaine Kay, Democratic candidate for New York’s Assembly District 100, announced recently that she has received the endorsement of the Sullivan County Patrolman’s Benevolent … more
After 40 consecutive years of a Democrat occupying the Assembly seat in the 100th District, voters have the chance to elect a conservative Republican who will work tirelessly to restore COMMON SENSE … more
After 40 consecutive years of a Democrat occupying the Assembly seat in the 100th District, voters have the chance to elect a conservative Republican who will work tirelessly to restore COMMON SENSE … more
June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, an excellent time to recognize and thank Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther for the many ways she has supported individuals with Alzheimer’s … more
The Town of Bethel recently held an open house for its residents to comment on the development of the town’s new comprehensive plan, which is in the initial stages of being rewritten. I must … more
Educators see the harmful effects of social media on our kids every day, and this legislation [Stop Addictive Feeds Exploitation (SAFE) for Kids Act and The New York Child Data Protection Act, which … more
The danger to America is not Joe Biden but a citizenry capable of entrusting an inexperienced “Master of Disasters and Lies” with the presidency. It will be far easier to undo the follies … more
Michele Frazier, candidate for New York State Senate District 51, announced recently that she has received the endorsement of Planned Parenthood Empire State Votes PAC.  “I almost … more
Paula Elaine Kay, Democratic candidate for New York’s 100th District Assembly seat, announced that she has received the endorsement of the Sullivan County Patrolman’s  Benevolent … more
[Ed. note: The River Reporter is a member of the Empire State Local News Coalition.] The following statement was released by the Empire State Local News Coalition concerning the Illinois State … more
The following was left as a comment under the story “ There are just so many cats ”.   Regarding the following statement, I think the senator is a little confused about the … more
The following was written in response to Hunter Hill’s column in the River Reporter, May 23-29. I, too, love country roads. I wrote this a few years ago. Country Roads … more
Local Government Week was last month, but we can still celebrate the unsung heroes who make our neighborhoods thrive: township officials—supervisors, managers, road crews and many more.  … more
According to teachers’ union New York State United Teachers (NYSUT), an initial analysis of the school budget-vote results Wednesday morning, 97 percent of public-school budgets passed, and 84 … more
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