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ELDRED - The Town Board of the Town of Highland is in the process of reorganizing its law enforcement policies, procedures and organization. In doing so, the Town Board Constable Committee has done a … more
JEFFERSONVILLE — Dates are set for the Annual Firehouse Book Sale sponsored by the Friends of the Western Sullivan Public Library. The highly anticipated book sale at the Jeffersonville … more
DELAWARE — There was some pushback regarding a proposal to alter the beginning of quiet hours for Callicoon’s B1 zoning district from 9 pm to 10 pm. Residents packed town hall at the … more
OYSTER BAY — Two Oyster Bay residents and promoters of the Thompson Education Center project in Sullivan County were charged in federal court with perpetrating a $27 million investment fraud … more
COCHECTON – Firecrews  from multiple departments were dispatched to the scene at Cochecton Mills, Inc., on Monday, July 18 around noon when recently purchased material was heated and began … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR –– As an elementary school student, Adam Larson spent a lot of time in the principal’s office. Not because he was in trouble, but because his father Al was … more
WURTSBORO –– State Troopers in Wurtsboro responded to a fatal head-on collision involving two vehicles on June 15 at 7:45 a.m. which resulted in the death of Shumaar Seward, 22, … more
State Police Wurtsboro responded to a fatal head-on collision involving two vehicles on June 15, 2022, at 7:45 am, which resulted in entrapment and the death of Shumaar Seward, 22, of Middletown, … more
ROCK HILL — The Avon Commercial Park project in Rock Hill returned to the Thompson Planning Board on July 13, seeking a site plan and special permit approval to begin construction of the … more
THOMPSON — Emergency personnel responded to the scene of a small plane crash on State Route 42 in the Town of Thompson on Friday afternoon. The pilot, 66 year-old Mark Simmons from Troy, … more
LIBERTY –– Criticism of the Care Center at Sunset Lake by members of the public in recent months, including concerns over their census and staffing, has led to legislators asking to hear … more
FORESTBURGH – Over the course of three hearings and over six hours of cross examination, Forestburgh Building Inspector and Code Enforcement Officer Glenn Gabbard was excused from the … more
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