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Wednesday, January 17, 2018


In General

Tax Credit Workshop

LIBERTY - There will be a tax credit workshop on January 18 at the United Methodist Church in Liberty. This free workshop for commerical property owners will explore which vacant or underutilized buildings are eligible for rehabilitation tax credits.
The New York State Historic Commercial more


Honesdale Bariatric Program Announcement, Free Seminar

HONESDALE - Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers is pleased to announce the establishment of Honesdale Bariatrics, a weight loss program offered by Honesdale Surgical Associates and Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers. Both non-surgical and surgical procedures will be performed at Wayne more

Military Notes

Polomcean graduates Boot Camp

SOUTH CAROLINA — Austin Polomcean graduated from Boot Camp in Great Lakes, Illinois on November 9, 2017, Div. 001. He graduated top 5 in his division.
A June 2017 graduate of Tri-Valley, he is the son of Aaron Polomcean of Long Eddy and Melanie Hornbeck of Grahamsville.
Polomcean is now at more


Fallsburg Volunteer Training emphasizes sensitivity to diverse cultures

FALLSBURG - On January 11, the Fallsburg Volunteer in the Classroom (VIC) program presented a lively morning of diversity training with Aleta Lymon, Family and Community Engagement Liaison for Fallsburg schools. The training focused on recognizing the developmental needs of Fallsburg's students, more


New Hope announces appointment of Vice President of Philanthropy

LOCH SHELDRAKE - New Hope Community, whose mission is to enhance the lives of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is pleased to announce the appointment of Edward Winters to the position of Vice President of Philanthropy.
In this newly created position, Ed will spearhead a more


Welcome to the world Grant Daniel Winski

BOSTON - Proud parents Joseph Winski Jr. and Heather Lander are happy to announce the birth of their son, Grant Daniel Winski, on December 13, 2017.
Grant was born at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, weighing seven pounds, nine ounces and measuring 20.5 inches.
Grandparents are more


FarmStart has record year

ENFIELD, CT - FarmStart, an innovative Northeast program to help individuals get started in agriculture, announced it invested in 44 beginning farmer and fishing businesses last year, making it a record year for the program. Since the program's inception, it has committed more than $11.3 million more

College Notes

McPhillips graduates Syracuse University

SYRACUSE — Matthew V. McPhillips of Parksville graduated from Syracuse University in May 2017, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Arts & Sciences and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
A 2013 graduate of Liberty High School, Matthew is the son of Joanne more

Arts & Culture

Guibert and Price featured in Callicoon

NEW YORK - Callicoon Fine Arts is pleased to present an exhibition of photographs by Hervé Guibert and projections of handmade 35mm slides by Luther Price. With their works, the artists depict human anatomy and viscera, exploring the medicalization of the body, its museological preservation for the more

Celebrations & Anniversaries

Janice Center holiday shows performed by 120 students

One-hundred twenty students of the Janice Center participated in a variety of Holiday shows and recitals over a two-week span in December.
On Sunday, December 10, the Ballet and Hip Hop Dance recital kicked off the festivities with a spirited show at The Villa Roma's Club Forum nightclub. An more


Honey Bee Festival increases respect for the species

The late Borscht Belt comedian Rodney Dangerfield used to complain that he never got any respect.
Well, after a third annual Narrowsburg Honey Bee Festival, it looks like honeybees are getting a little more respect through educational programs and the beekeeper vendors who are a key component of more

Awards & Milestones

St. John's Episcopal Church in Monticello Receives Sacred Sites Grant of $6,000

MONTICELLO - The New York Landmarks Conservancy, a private non-profit organization, has announced 17 Sacred Sites Grants totaling $279,500 awarded to historic religious properties throughout New York State including $6,000 to St. John's Episcopal Church in Monticello, New York to help fund a more

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