TRR photo by Susan Wade

Jesse Scott from the New York Power Authority responds to a question from the public about new lighting possibilities.

A Brighter Tusten in the Future

NARROWSBURG, NY — The future may indeed be brighter in Tusten, at least when one walks or drives at night. That is because the town is pursuing a changeover to LED lighting for the street lamps for which it is responsible.

Lake Huntington News 10/19

I just had a great weekend down in Queens with my sister and her family. We are not going to be together for Thanksgiving. So we had a fake Thanksgiving on Saturday. It was great; got to meet my niece’s new boyfriend and my nephew’s new girlfriend. Then on Sunday, I had brunch with one of my cousins and my youngest brother was there.

Hopes raised for imminent approval of FFMP river flow plan

HANCOCK, NY — Representatives of all the parties to the Supreme Court Decree of 1954, which provides legal guidelines for how water from the New York City reservoirs at the headwaters of the Delaware River is allocated, were present at the Water Water Everywhere (WWE) meeting of Friends of the Upper Delaware at the West Branch Angler Resort.

TRR photo by Jonathan Charles Fox

Fun times in Barryville

BARRYVILLE, NY — Jean Gallagher, left, a legislative aide to Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther and the assemblywoman herself, dropped by The River Reporter’s photo booth at Pumpkin Fest in Barryville on October 7, and joined in the festivities.



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