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COVID-19 vaccines are in great demand right now, and the supply isn't keeping up. NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo recently acknowledged the number of vaccines arriving from the federal government is … more
Have you ever went walking around a village or hamlet following a snowstorm and then, “Bam!” you're flat on your bottom because someone did not clean the snow from the sidewalk in front of their … more
Have you ever went walking around a village or city following a snowstorm and then, “Bam!” you're flat on your bottom because someone did not clean the snow from the sidewalk in front of their … more
A joint session of Congress gathered on Capitol Hill Wednesday for the usually uneventful task of certifying the electoral votes that determine the next president of the United States. But there was … more
January is National Blood Donor month. It's a chance to start off the new year in a positive and constructive way by thinking about helping others. It's hard to underscore just how important your … more
As we usher in 2021, it's important to approach the new year with a sense of realism. While nobody expects things to immediately change overnight, it's still going to be awhile before we can get back … more
Yesterday marked the beginning of winter and the last days of 2020. We think back on the year we've had and what kind of things have defined it. It's no surprise that the global health crisis has … more
By matt haynes When my wife became pregnant with our first child at the start of the pandemic, I knew I would have to take every precaution to make sure I didn't get infected, including once I … more
This Thursday marks Human Rights Day 2020. As former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home -- so close and so … more
In recent weeks, multiple companies have announced what an anxious world has been waiting to hear - that a highly effective vaccine against COVID-19 is on the horizon. The news comes as infection … more
Martin Luther King, Jr. once said that everyone must decide whether they will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness. With Thanksgiving behind us … more
Sullivan County residents know a thing or twenty about driving in snowy and icy conditions. While it isn't new, each year when the first storm hits during the busy 5 p.m. commute hour (such as the … more
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