SHOHOLA, PA — Meeting on the day after the March 14, Enough! National School Walkout to protest gun violence, Delaware Valley (DV) officials said safety issues led administrators to oppose a demonstration at DV. Students instead were encouraged to put their grievances in writing to state and federal legislators.
HAWLEY, PA — The agenda was varied, but much work was accomplished at the March 14 Borough Council meeting.
NARROWSBURG, NY — After receiving unanimous approval from the Tusten Planning Board for a solar farm on Woodoak Road in Narrowsburg, Richard Winter, CEO of Delaware River Solar (DRS), said that construction would begin this summer.
Spring is almost here, and it’s time to start preparing your home for the warmer months ahead. Here are some tips to help you get your house and yard in shape. Although many of the tasks can be do-it-yourself projects, hiring professionals can also help to move things along and get the job done right.
HIGHLAND LAKE, NY — Koinonia is a Greek word meaning Christian fellowship or communion with God, or more commonly with fellow Christians. Appropriately, it is also the name of a Lutheran camp located in Highland Lake.
ALBANY, NY — The Senate Racing, Gaming, and Wagering Committee on March 13 approved and advanced to the Senate Finance Committee Senator John Bonacic's legislation that would legalize sports betting in New York State.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — A late addition to the Sullivan West Central School District Board of Education meeting agenda on March 8 took many by surprise when Superintendent Dr. Nancy Hackett’s resignation was publicly announced.
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Members of the Sullivan West High School Varsity Boys and Varsity Girls Indoor Track and Field teams were honored by the District Board of Education on March 8 for being crowned as Section 9 Class B Indoor Champions in competition held at West Point on February 16.
REGION — Cable television and phone company crews were active in the region as recovery from storms Riley and Quinn were still underway on March 12.
MONTICELLO, NY — The blizzard that dumped a foot of snow on March 2, followed by another storm five days later, had county, town and village officials scrambling to limit the damage, and get things back to normal for at least a week.