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MONTICELLO – Homelessness remains on the rise in Sullivan County. The homeless census was as high as 313 as of the submission date in Health and Human Services Commissioner John Liddle’s … more
LIBERTY   — On April 11, a significant occasion was observed at Achieve Rehab and Nursing as one of their oldest residents, Zita Speer, reached the milestone of turning 103 years old. … more
NEVERSINK — The Town Board of Neversink accepted the resignation of Parks and Recreation Director Cher Woehl and advertised her position at their regular Town Board meeting on April 10. … more
HORTONVILLE – Delaware Engineering’s Bill Brown asked the board to give the okay to move forward with opening contracting bids for the Hamlet of Callicoon’s new water wells and … more
MONTICELLO   — Monticello Police Chief Jason Corley is “no longer with the Village” according to Village Officials, as of April 9 after holding his position for just a few … more
The Monticello Rotary Club held their inaugural Taste of Sullivan event in the Paul Gerry Fieldhouse at SUNY Sullivan on April 9. The event, which was a collaboration between the Rotary and the … more
HURLEYVILLE — The Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association (SCVA) has taken to highlighting a number of local restaurants across the county as part of their celebration of Hudson Valley … more
JEFFERSONVILLE – At the latest Callicoon Town Board meeting on Monday, April 8, Supervisor Tom Bose announced that Highway Superintendent Mike Haff has handed in his letter of resignation. Bose … more
MONTICELLO — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced over $8 million in loans to Conifer Realty for two Sullivan County HUD-assisted properties on Tuesday, April 9. … more
FORESTBURGH — In the interest of altering the Town Code to regulate short term rentals (STR) in the town of Forestburgh, the Town Board discussed a proposed draft of amendments which would be … more
THOMPSON -— A public hearing was held on April 10 by the Thompson Planning Board regarding a new glamping site planned for Swinging Bridge Estates Road dubbed, Minsky Glamping Sites. The … more
MONTICELLO — At the Village of Monticello’s Re-Organizational Meeting held on April 3, Village Attorney Michael Sussman read the “Resolution Rescinding the Termination of Yermia … more
MONTICELLO — On March 24, Monticello High School teacher Jeff Danzer took students from his Global II honors class to compete in the Mid-Hudson Regional for National History Day held at Locust … more
LIBERTY — Sullivan 180 is pleased to announce the 2024 Beautification Program grant recipients. The Sullivan 180 Beautification Program offers grants up to $2,500 for the care of public spaces, … more
St. John’s Episcopal Church in Monticello’s partnership with Sullivan County Department of Health and Human services for this season ends on April 15. The Rt. Rev. Bishop Allen K. Shin, … more
WOODBOURNE – The temporary Sullivan County Head Start provider, Community Development Institute (CDI), will be reopening centers in Woodbourne and Monticello today, April 9. It was … more
NORTHEAST   — Many Sullivan County residents asked a similar question on Friday morning: “Did you feel that?” These questions are stemmed from a 4.8 magnitude earthquake … more
MONTICELLO — The Village Board of Monticello swore in new Board Members during their Re-Organizational meeting on April 3. … more
As part of the 2022-2024 Poet Laureate Dr. Sharon Kennedy-Nolle’s recent poetry initiative, Catskilled Poetry for Healing, Joseph Sullivan and Nicol Sikorski unveiled their duel poem, … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY   — A combination of high winds and accumulating rainfall on Wednesday April 3, left at least twelve towns and 3 villages within Sullivan County affected by outages … more
LIBERTY — With the stop-work order still in place for future construction on Devany Road, builder and owner Abraham Mizrahi was joined by a handful of supporters requesting the Town Board allow … more
JEFFERSONVILLE — Please welcome Lorenzo’s Bistro’s return to the neighborhood, as Jeffersonville is seeing a familiar face added back into their restaurant lineup following the … more
NEW YORK STATE – The 2024 United States Presidential primary elections for the State of New York took place on Tuesday, April 2.   For the Republican primary, 45th President Donald … more
MONTICELLO - Chief Jay Corley brings with him not just decades of law enforcement experience but also a lineage steeped in police tradition. Chief Corley’s journey into law enforcement was … more
BETHEL – It’s a lesson that he and his fellow “Happy Days” actors Ron Howard, Henry Winkler and Don Most were taught 50 years ago by their boss and mentor, Garry Marshall, who … more
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