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James Bacon explained the meaning of a negative reciprocal easement. He said it’s just a fancy term to say that if you buy property in a community with deed restrictions, such as no businesses, no … more
The director of the camp appeared before the planning board on March 1 to seek a special use permit to build a modest laundromat. The unusual part of the process was that the proposed facility was … more
Press Release: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed the Upstate NY Gaming Economic Development Act, a comprehensive new law that, pending approval of a referendum this fall, will establish four … more
MILFORD, PA — New York State, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the City of New York (NYC) announced last week that they have unanimously agreed to a one-year extension of the current Flexible … more
Eileen Haworth Weil of Summitville died at her home on March 23, after a battle with cancer. She was 69. Weil was a professor of English and taught at Sullivan County Community College for … more
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BINGHAMTON HAS ISSUED A HIGH WIND WARNING...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 AM TO 8 PM EDT SUNDAY. THE HIGH WIND WATCH IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT. * LOCATIONS...ACROSS … more
A 380-pound piece of steel from the World Trade Center (WTC) is making its way from New York City to the Town of Highland. The artifact will be used to establish a WTC Memorial honoring all emergency … more
The dispute over the proposed gas pipeline among the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, the County of Pike and the National Park Service may soon be resolved. The difficulties arose when the … more
In the 2014 gubernatorial race in New York, the Green Party is in sixth place on the ballot, after Democrat, Republican, Conservative, Working Families Party and Independence. But in the run … more
The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has announced the launch of a Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) website and a plan to help municipal and commercial fleet owners make informed decisions about … more
Since Governor Tom Corbett signed into law HB 934, also known as the Photo Voter ID Bill, on March 14, county election coordinators, including Cindy Furman of the Wayne County bureau, are busy … more
Sullivan County manager David P. Fanslau declared a state of emergency in Sullivan County effective 12:01 am, Sunday, August 28, 2011 and to continue through 5:00 pm, Monday, August 29, 2011. A state … more
The Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company (TGP) wants to cross the Lackawaxen River with a “wet crossing” of its pipeline at the height of the summer season. “No way,” say the Pike County … more
Support for the Hawley Silk Mill project has been nearly universal. Praised for its innovative steps in updating the bluestone building that dates back to the 19th century, the project has brought … more
The affidavit of probable cause in the arrest of accused cop-killer Eric Matthew Frein, lays out more details about the night of September 12, when Frein reportedly lay in wait for his human targets … more
...This is an ACTUAL FLASH FLOOD STATEMENT ALERT... Issued By: Sullivan County Emergency Management Affected Jurisdictions: Sullivan County Headline: Flash flooding is occurring in … more
At their meeting on May 31, the Wayne County Commissioners took advantage of two things: a recent upgrade in the county’s Standard and Poor’s rating to A minus and a record-low interest rate. … more
For more than a year, a group of diverse people have been working to establish a farm at 229 Menges Road in Youngsville, while also establishing the Seon Wellbeing Academy at the same location. The … more
“The jury is out,” said Anthony Waldron, solicitor at Lackawaxen Township. Waldron spoke at the township meeting on March 21, and was referring to the Act 13 Impact Fee in Pike County. (Since … more
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal aid has been made available to New York to supplement the state and local … more
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