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The heart of any community is its downtown. This is often the first impression of a place that a person forms when they visit. It’s the place where people gather to eat, shop and be … more
Earlier this month, legislators voted unanimously to join a class settlement of litigation relating to three distributors (MeKession Corporation, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen Corporation), … more
This past spring and summer was an exciting time. After months of quarantine protocols and mask wearing recommendations, things at least for a time, became more lax. In a return to some of the summer … more
As reported in the Democrat last week, Monticello will be making an appearance in a new HBO miniseries.    “The White House Plumbers” examines the Watergate scandal that … more
Where were you 20 years ago on September 11? What were you doing when you heard the news? Our editorial staff (in-office), as of now, are all under 30 years old. We remember listening to the radio … more
September marks National Suicide Prevention and Awareness month. All month long, mental health advocates, prevention organizations and community members join forces to recognize the mental health … more
Today is International Overdose Awareness Day. The purpose of this day, held each August 31, is to raise awareness of overdoses, reduce the stigma of drug-related deaths and acknowledge the grief … more
There are many problems facing people in Sullivan County that existed before the pandemic. Some have only been exacerbated over the past 16 months as the lion's share of energy and attention … more
As reported in today’s paper, the four percent residential energy tax is no more, as of December 1, 2021 that is. Just for context, the county legislature voted to put the tax in place in … more
We’ve still got a lot of work to do here in Sullivan County, but if you look around there are definitely signs of progress. For years we’ve been impressed by what we can see happening in … more
It’s ‘fair’ to say it was a great weekend in the region. There was no shortage of fun activities, food and friendship that has been ushered in by fair season. The Wayne County Fair … more
On August 24, New York will have a new governor. When she takes the oath of office, Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul will not only become the new governor but also the first woman in New York State … more
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