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THOMPSON — A legendary golf course that once called Sullivan County home and was listed as one of America’s 100 greatest golf courses will soon return with a planned opening of Summer … more
FORESTBURGH – The evidentiary hearing process resumed for the appeals case regarding the denial of building permits to Lost Lakes Holdings LLC by Building Inspector and Code Enforcement Officer … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE –– There are players that come through a program, and then there are players that “define” it. According to SUNY Sullivan Dean of Student Development Services … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY –– Kratom (pronounced Kray-tom), in the scope of history, isn't a new drug. Its roots date back hundreds of years to Southeast Asia where native populations used to chew a … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY –– Legislators adopted a 2022-2027 Opioid Settlement Spending Plan on Thursday. The Sullivan County Drug Task Force collaborated with members of law enforcement, health … more
SULLIVAN – In an effort to combat the continuously rising prices at the gas pump all throughout New York State, Governor Hochul announced on June 1st the suspension of certain taxes on motor … more
THOMPSON—The Neversink River is part of one of most significant waterworks projects in the state’s history, the Neversink Reservoir which helps quench New York City with Catskills … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR — After the May meeting regarding the proposed Livingston Manor and Roscoe school district merger was postponed, the committee met on June 6 to discuss facilities and … more
Feeding America, an organization that works to provide food to millions of Americans every year by way of food banks, reports, "The number of children facing hunger in the United States rose during … more
BETHEL — Covering 833 acres with 11 miles of shoreline, the Toronto Reservoir is a popular spot for many in and around the Town of Bethel. At their most recent town board meeting, Supervisor … more
BEECHWOODS – Despite an 11th-hour plea to halt the project until more research could be done, the Delaware Planning Board granted conditional ap­proval to a 9-lot, 60.3 acre subdivision on … more
TUSTEN — After discussions between the Town and residents regarding the possibility of conducting a town-wide parking study, the Tusten Town Board shut down the idea with a unanimous vote … more
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