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LIBERTY — Liberty is throwing its hat into the ring for a chance to win $10 million in state funds to invest in revitalizing its downtown. A group of town officials, business leaders and … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY — On August 13, the New York State Police in Liberty, with the assistance of the Village of Monticello Police Department and the Sullivan County District Attorney’s … more
LIBERTY – Sullivan County Public Health Services has begun preparations to offer a third dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to eligible populations. “Right now we’re waiting … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY — The Town of Fallsburg Police arrested a 52-year-old Masonville man and charged him with Burglary in the second degree, a felony, and petit larceny. Arrested was Charles L. … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY — On August 16, The New York State Police Sullivan County Child Abuse Unit arrested Terrence Riley, age 54 of Newark, NJ. Riley was a suspect in a 2016 hotline report … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY — On August 15, at approximately 8:50 p.m., state police from the Liberty barracks responded to Mongaup Road in the town of Liberty for an ATV crash. Investigation revealed … more
The evening was perfectly cool but the music was hot enough to get people rocking. Local and internationally known blues singer Slam Allen, a 1984 Monticello High School graduate, thrilled an … more
MONTICELLO  — Two Walden residents who were accused of a double homicide in Swan Lake earlier this year were back in Sullivan County Court on Tuesday. In two separate court hearings before … more
FALLSBURG — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) reported an incident where community members joined together to help a feathered friend. On Aug. 8, ECO Nicole … more
The heat broke for at least part of last weekend long enough for people to enjoy the 52nd Woodstock Anniversary Weekend throughout the Town of Bethel. With events at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, … more
HORTONVILLE – Residents of the Beechwoods section of the Town of Delaware turned out in full force for Wednesday night’s Planning Board meeting to hear a presentation about a proposed … more
COCHECTON — As towns around the county take steps towards deciding whether they would allow the retail and on-site consumption of marijuana, town boards discuss what this would mean for their … more
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