NARROWSBURG, NY — The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) will honor those who have enhanced the quality of life or protected the resources of the Upper Delaware River Valley at its 30th Annual Awards Ceremony on Sunday, April 22.
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County Commissioners Chair Brian Smith was in the midst of adjourning the March 22 meeting, when he recalled some “devastating news” that he needed, rather than wanted, to announce.
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY — On a Sunny Spring day that could not have been more perfect, a crisp, light chill from the Hudson River blew across the faces of approximately 8,000 participants as they marched across the Walkway Over The Hudson beginning on the Poughkeepsie side.
GLEN SPEY, NY — Scot Krebs, the former principal of the Eldred Junior/Senior High School was reassigned to administrative duties after a jury awarded a $1 million settlement to Anthony Motta, Jr.
ELDRED, NY — More than 200 people were on hand to hear the sobering assessment of the financial condition of the Eldred Central School District as laid out by Dr. Rick Timbs, a consultant hired by the District.
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — ‘Twas truly a fine afternoon to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and what better way to wear the green than in a hometown parade.
MONTICELLO, NY — The national county health rankings were released on March 14, and as has been the case for the past six years, Sullivan County came in next to last place in New York State. The Bronx had the worst health outcomes out of the 62 counties in the state, while Sullivan came in at 61.
WASHINGTON, DC — A federal three-judge panel ruled on March 19 that it would not step into the redistricting process in Pennsylvania, and therefore the new map drawn by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, with a consultant, will be the map used in the state for the congressional election this fall.
WAWAYANDA, NY — The conviction on March 13 of former Cuomo aide Joe Percoco on corruption charges related to the Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) power plant in Wawayanda has led to new criticism.
NARROWSBURG, NY — After months of debate and spirited input from the public, the Tusten Town Board decided to let the voters determine, through a proposition that will be on the November ballot, whether they want an on-road constabulary to be established in 2019.