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A fire broke out at one of the buildings of the Villa Roma Resort in the early evening of January 17. The Facebook page Sullivan County Fire/Rescue Incidents posted that New York State Police … more
MONTICELLO, NY —The proposed purchase of a plot of land in Rock Hill was a high-profile issue in the 2019 elections and the Sullivan County Legislature voted to kill the deal at the … more
Press release: Wayne County District AttorneyA.G. Howell today announced that a 41-year-old man has been captured and charged with selling close to an ounce of crystal methamphetamine to a … more
The funny thing about the internet is, seeing one thing will randomly make you wonder about another.  This morning, I read that Betty White's birthday is today (1/17). She turned 98 years … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — On Sunday, January 12, the Harlem Wizards returned to the Sullivan West High School gym to take on the Bulldog Blizzards, a team comprised of the school’s faculty, … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — It started out on a high note, but then things began to unravel for the home team. On Monday, January 6, the Sullivan West Lady Bulldogs (1-6) hoopsters took on the … more
As the alarming realities of climate change continue to come into focus, there is a renewed urgency for solutions that can ultimately save our planet. The scientific and environmental communities … more
Some experts visualize the climate crisis as one of imbalance. Humans consume energy by extracting carbon from the ground, burning it and letting its emissions escape into the atmosphere. Ideally, … more
HONESDALE, PA — Jack Barnett, president of the Clean Energy Co-op and board member of local organization Sustainable, Energy, Education and Development System (SEEDS) presented a crash course … more
Back in 2017, the EPA looked at how climate change could force social change. It could “affect human health, infrastructure and transportation systems, as well as energy, food and water … more
I have never been one for New Year’s resolutions. Dieting and exercising more—two of the most common resolutions every year—are not for me, commendable as they may be. Sure, I … more
MONTICELLO, NY — There were two names put forward to become the new chair of the Sullivan County Legislature at the government center on January 14: Joe Perrello received four votes from his … more
Winter is the time to see eagles in or around the region. Not only are there lots of migrant eagles from Canada wintering here, but the ice formation on area waterways from cold weather forces the … more
A long time ago, when I started to fly fish and began the process of weaning off worms, Mepps Spinners, assorted lures and baits, I adopted the standard up-and-across-stream practice of casting my … more
There comes a time in every kid’s life when they dream about becoming a firefighter, an airplane pilot, a farmer, a teacher, or even the president of these United States, since it would appear … more
Have a glass of Cabernet Frank’s  PARKSVILLE, NY — Show your stuff at the Thursday open mic, featuring a different host each week. On January 16, open mic begins at 7 p.m. with … more
What's going on in arts & culture January 16 to January 22 more
ELDRED, NY — Adherence to simple norms like speed limits and class attendance were topics of discussion at the Eldred school board meeting on January 9. Superintendent Dr. John Morgano … more
They opened a bar and found a community more
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