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Community kitchen on tap in Roxbury

Roxbury’s annual Summer Festival and parade are on tap for July 7 and a new community kitchen is expected to make an appearance next year according to information presented at a monthly Town Board meeting this past Monday night, June 11. More...

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Sports

TEE Time

The News will be increasing coverage of golf this season and looks forward to hearing about tournaments, events, holes-in-one and other remarkable moments on the local links.  On the horizon   More...

MAC plays two games in opening weekend

On the weekend of what would have been team founder Julius Fleischmanns’ 147th birthday, the resurrection of the Mountain Athletic Club (MAC) and 19th century baseball was in full swing in Fleischmanns.  The events began with a presentatio More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Wilma Lindner

Wilma Jane Lindner, 80, of Halcottsville passed away peacefully on June 6, 2018 at her home with her family by her side following a courageous battle with cancer. More...

Carol VanPelt

Carol VanPelt, 74, formerly of Stony Point, went home peacefully to the heavenly father on June 9, 2018 at 8:15 a.m. More...

Events

A Day in the Life of A Honey Bee

Delhi – The Delhi Historical Society will host Jim and Deb Corcoran, of Bee Thankful Honey,on Tuesday, June 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cannon Free Library located at 40 Elm Street. More...

Food Truck Festival in Aug., ZZ Top plays for Hospice event

Oneonta - ZZ Top takes the stage at the Upstate Food Truck Festival August 25 to benefit Catskill Area Hospice and Palliative Care (CAHPC). More...

Two shows open at Longyear this week

Margaretville - Opening this week at Margaretville’s Longyear Gallery are the late David Leveson’s “Then and Now” and Robert Axelrod’s “Recent Landscapes,” two solo shows displayed in separate spaces of the g More...

Summer on Main

The Village of Margaretville will kick the summer off in style with “Summer on Main” on June 21 from 5-8 p.m.  More...

Shandaken Town Board considers freestyle park

The Shandaken Town Board faced a full agenda when it met to address recent tragedies in the community, plans for a new freestyle park and to make appointments to town positions.  More...

Zombie apocalypse movie to be shot in Fleischmanns

Wagner Avenue will be paved, Linda Ballard will serve as Deputy Village Clerk and a “zombie apocalypse” is approaching Fleischmanns this July according to news revealed in Monday night’s monthly Village Board meeting. More...

CALM BEFORE THE PARTY

CALM BEFORE THE PARTY - The Board of the New Kingston Valley Association gathered before the kickoff of a Big Barn Party last Saturday. More...

News

Correction

In last week’s Let’s Talk story, the News incorrectly identified RCS Superintendentas Dr. Tom O’Brien instead of Mr. Tom O’Brien. We regret the error.   More...

Mike Siudy

Mike Siudy sent shockwaves through the hiking community over Memorial Day weekend when he summited all 35 Catskill Mountains over 3,500 feet in altitude in little more than 57 hours, smashing the previous record. More...

Volunteer Voices

It has been our pleasure to highlight local volunteers in this Volunteer Voice space for the last seven months. The column has highlighted both people and organizations doing great work in the community. More...

Let's Talk

Let's Talk

On May 3, at about 7:01 p.m., State Police at Oneonta charged a nine-year-old child with 490.20 Make a Terroristic Threat, a class D violent felony.  More...

More about PINS

Persons In Need of Supervision are juveniles who are making bad behavior choices in their lives. More...

Point to Opportunities offers career info

An exciting program at Andes Central School (ACS) called Point To Opportunities looks to expose freshmen students to a wide variety of professional opportunities by introducing them to professionals in the field.  More...

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