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SULLIVAN COUNTY — An investigation into allegations of misconduct against Legislature Chairman Robert Doherty and three other County officials in the Town of Liberty last year has determined there to be “insufficient evidence” that County policy was violated. more
MONTICELLO –– Fifteen years ago Yenny Johanna Lozano Animero came to Monticello from Colombia, with only $20 in her pocket and a suitcase. Today, she works with a nearby Migrant … more
MONTICELLO — The results are in from Tuesday’s Democratic primary in the Village of Monticello. Rochelle Massey and Gordon Jenkins led the way with 99 and 97 votes, respectively. They … more
NEVERSINK — State Route 55 in the Town of Neversink was closed for two hours on Tuesday after a vehicle lost control and collided head on with a school bus transporting students from the … more
LIBERTY – At Monday’s County of Sullivan Industrial Development Agency (IDA) Board Meeting, there was a discussion about an application for benefits from the Sunset Lake Local Development … more
MONTICELLO –– Earlier this week, Legislature Chairman Robert A. Doherty announced a number of changes coming to the Legislature’s committee structure and public … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY –– The process started by the County of Sullivan Industrial Development Agency (IDA), in collaboration with the Sullivan County Legislature, of reviewing all 13 of the … more
The New York State Police recently announced the arrest of two brothers suspected of murder in the Town of Lumberland. Jack Carter, 21, and Nick Carter, 26, both face charges of Murder 2nd degree … more
MAMAKATING — During the January 18 Mamakating Town Board meeting, Town Supervisor Michael Robbins announced appointments for the Planning Board Chairman and Deputy Chairman and the Zoning … more
MONTICELLO — In a testament to his character and reputation, hundreds of firefighters, first responders and law enforcement personnel gathered on Broadway in Monticello outside the  Church … more
Sullivan Renaissance held their “Get Ready to Renaissance” Winter Symposium over Zoom Wednesday, January 19, wherein panelists spoke on various plans, grants and programs throughout the … more
THOMPSON — With over 100 people on the Zoom video app, a special meeting of the Thompson Planning Board was held on January 19, to hear a presentation and public comments on the Avon Commercial … more
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