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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Local Sports

Liberty's Cohen no-hits Tri-Valley

GRAHAMSVILLE - Liberty's Phil Cohen said he had good control of his pitches. That's putting it mildly. The senior No. 2 pitcher for the Indians threw a no-hitter Wednesday against Tri-Valley in a 3-0 non-league victory.
With the win, Liberty ...
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Narrowsburg School eyed for ice cream factory

By Dan Hust - staff writer

Brendan Weiden
NARROWSBURG — Brendan and Kathleen Weiden asked - and got - the Tusten Planning Board to fast-track review of their latest plan for the Narrowsburg School: an ice cream factory.
The Weidens don't yet own the 87-year-old building (though they have bought a two-family house next door).
But they're a little over a month away from the planned purchase date, and this past Monday, they told board members that they have a small-scale ice cream manufacturer interested in occupying about a third of what they hope will be a multi-use community center.
“This particular tenant has a time crunch,” Brendan explained.
The couple did not identify the specific company, other than to say it's based in New York City, where its gourmet ice cream products are sold, with ingredients like milk and ...
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Every local school's budget approved, but some board members get tossed out

By Dan Hust - staff writer

SULLIVAN COUNTY — Nary a proposed school budget or funding program failed across Sullivan County on Tuesday, but a few incumbent board members found themselves out of a seat.
Here's the results list, still unofficial:

$16,597,985 ...
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Police investigate Callicoon bank robbery

By Fred Stabbert III - publisher

CALLICOON — An early morning alarm on Wednesday brought the New York State Police to the Callicoon branch of Catskill Hudson Bank. “It appears the bank was broken into around 4 a.m. Wednesday,” NYS Police Investigator Christopher Williams said. “Anyone who has any information should contact us at ... read more

Solomon officially named mayor

By Matt Shortall - staff writer
Aleta Gomez, left, gets sworn in by Village of Monticello Justice Josephine Finn while Jesse York holds the Bible. Trustee Larissa Bennett looks on.

MONTICELLO — Doug Solomon was unanimously approved as Village of Monticello mayor during the regular board meeting on Tuesday night.
Trustees Jill Weyer and Larissa Bennett both voted in favor of the appointment, although trustee Carmen Rue was ...
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