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REGION — New York State and Sullivan County continue to make progress in vaccine distribution as a state deadline for healthcare workers to get vaccinated was reached yesterday. According to … more
THOMPSON — Lake Ida Park in Rock Hill is one step closer to being the Town of Thompson’s newest town park. The site was the former home of Camp Jened, the United Cerebral Palsy summer … more
MONTICELLO — A video surfaced on social media this week of a fight between two students onboard a school bus in the Monticello Central School District. The cellphone video, which recorded … more
BETHEL — A unique project that could bring tech industry workers to Bethel continues to make its way through the town’s planning board. As reported by the Democrat back in March, … more
WASHINGTON D.C. — Former Narrowsburg resident Edward Jacob Lang, who participated in the Capitol building riots on January 6, will remain behind bars while his case is pending, U.S. District … more
MONTICELLO — The Village of Monticello is finalizing design plans to repair the Waverly Avenue Bridge. Speaking at a recent village board meeting, Roy Richardson from Barton & Loguidice … more
WOODBOURNE — Police and Fallsburg have been investigating an incident in which the well-known Woodbourne Shul on State 52 was pelted with paintballs on the morning of September 8.The shul has … more
On a beautiful end-of-summer day, the Grahamsville Fire Department celebrated their 75th anniversary by hosting the 92nd Annual Sullivan County Volunteer Firefighters Parade. Hundreds of … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY –– Legislators passed a resolution last week that seeks to address difficulties the Care Center at Sunset Lake has had recruiting qualified employees. The resolution … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY ––  Members of the Sullivan County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) board took action last week to put the process of reviewing all 13 of their currently existing … more
SULLIVAN — As students throughout Sullivan County headed back to school this year there was no shortage of complications. While many parents and children were gearing for a school year of … more
JEFFERSONVILLE –– The Callicoon Town Board voted unanimously to pass two local laws on Monday. One of the new laws seeks to reduce the number of “avoidable false alarms” in … more
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