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HUDSON VALLEY –– Domestic violence is often thought about in terms of physical violence, but controlling behavior and other abusive tactics often begin long before any physical violence … more
BETHEL — A cool fall night was the perfect setting for the start of the first edition of Peace, Love & Pumpkins, an enchanting walk-thru Halloween experience at Bethel Woods, presented by … more
HURLEYVILLE –– It was a night of celebration, with several dignitaries on hand, on Sunday, at the Center for Discovery’s Michael Ritchie Big Barn, for the Fallsburg Fire … more
Aviation pioneer Wilbur Wright once said that the desire to fly is “an idea handed down to us by our ancestors who, in their grueling travels across trackless lands in prehistoric times, looked … more
By Derek Kirk KAUNEONGA LAKE - Federal monetary assistance through FEMA was provided to Kauneonga Lake’s Volunteer Fire Department during a ceremony at the firehouse on Monday, October … more
YOUNGSVILLE —  A tree was selected from the hamlet of Youngsville, NY, to be transported, installed, and adorned in Christmas lights and decorations by Egan Acres Tree Farm of Yonkers, NY … more
Hi my fall friends. I’m back again with another Fall Foliage Report. Wow—the leaves are really popping now! This past week we saw colors burst out from the green … more
Hi, it’s Isabel, your official Leaf Peeper™ (a totally-not-made-up title) for the Sullivan Catskills here to give you the weekly Fall Foliage Report. The leaves are starting burst into … more
Hay rides, pumpkin decorating, costumes, cider, donuts and all of Autumn’s bounty of fun activities took over the Grahamsville Fairgrounds on Saturday at the Daniel Pierce Library’s 35th … more
CRAIGSMOOR - The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference Conservation Dogs Program is making their rounds to educate people about the benefits of using canines in conservation with demonstrations in the … more
CALLICOON — For the past 38 years, Dr. Paul Salzberg has treated generations of patients ranging in age from newborn babies to senior citizens. His family medicine practice on Route 97 in … more
MONTICELLO — State Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther called on New York State Governor Kathy Hochul on Monday to sign off on legislation that would forgive the Monticello Central School District … more
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