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SULLIVAN COUNTY – Local officials are once again calling for New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign following a press conference by New York Attorney General Letitia James … more
The Skilled Nursing Unit (SNU), a 64-bed nursing and rehabilitation center located at Garnet Health Medical Center –– Catskills’ Harris campus, is slated to close at the end of September. more
SULLIVAN COUNTY — Sullivan County District Attorney Meagan K. Galligan announced that Cedric Clarkson, 50, of Liberty, was sentenced today to a prison term of 22 years to life before the … more
LIBERTY — During Liberty’s July 19 regular board meeting, Town Supervisor Frank Demayo said a speed limit reduction on Revonah Hill Road is warrented. The town will need to discuss … more
MAMAKATING — Mamakating held their public hearing on July 20 regarding a local law that would allow the town to opt out of New York State’s statute that permits cannabis consumption … more
ROCK HILL — A public hearing has been set for August 4 at 7:30 p.m. regarding the Hamaspik Resort project in Rock Hill at the former Ramada Inn Sullivan Events Center site. New York State … more
SULLIVAN – One week ago the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) changed its guidelines on mask wearing, urging vaccinated and unvaccinated people to wear a mask indoors in certain … more
Family and friends gathered at the Liberty Diner on Tuesday, July 27 to celebrate Judy Kogon’s 103rd birthday. Kogon, originally from Brooklyn, moved to the … more
One of the last remaining school-based dental hygienists, Linda Immoor, retired this past August after 57 years working in the Sullivan County school system. Since 1963, Immoor worked for the … more
GRAHAMSVILLE –– It was a busy evening for the Tri-Valley Central School District Board of Education on Tuesday night. The board has appointed Dr. William Silver to serve as the … more
KOHLERTOWN — The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate a fatal car accident that occurred earlier this month and left one person dead. On Friday, July 16 around … more
DELAWARE — The Town of Delaware Democrats held their caucus recently and nominated Scott DuBois to run for town supervisor in the general election this November. Town Clerk Tess McBeath … more
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