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First Catskills Cup has tennis prize money

Fleischmanns —The enduring tradition of summer tennis in Fleischmanns is lobbing into the future as the Catskills Cup at  Fleischmanns Park, a three-day competitive tournament on August 14-16 with more than $2,000 in prizes in the offing. 


No winner in Legion title game; Margaretville, Walton co-champs

By John Bernhardt
The Walton and Margaretville Junior American Legion baseball teams just couldn’t beat Mother Nature. The two local powers tried for a second time to determine a Delaware League champion, but once again, Mother Nature had other plans. After the Queen of Nature used persistent rains to suspend the championship game last week, the two teams squared off once again last week Tuesday to determine who would be the 2009 kingpins.


Margaretville falls in Legion Regionals

By John Bernhardt
Elmira-Heights 15 - Margaretville 0
There’s a whole different level of Legion baseball outside of Delaware County. Margaretville’s Post 216 found that out the hard way when they squared off against defending District champion Elmira-Heights Thursday at Chenango Valley High. After Walton dropped the opening round game, 18-0, Margaretville suffered a similar fate, falling, 15-0, in the nightcap to the defending champions.


Middletown Board debates signage, appointment process

By Matthew J. Perry
Given a light docket, the Middletown Town Board spent most of its meeting time last Tuesday night debating two issues: what action, if any, can be taken against the proliferation of temporary advertising signs along highways in the township, and the proper procedure for recommending and then appointing new members to the town’s planning board.


Free "al fresco" concerts offered at amphitheater

Margaretville — A series of free music concerts “al fresco” in the MARK Amphitheater in Margaretville will be held on three Fridays from 6-8 p.m.
The concerts are sponsored by the MARK Project with support from the O’Connor Foundation and bring several of the area’s most popular musical acts to the open-air performance space next to the Masonic Hall on Margaretville’s Main Street.
Wendy Nief, popular vocalist of jazz, blues and pop standards, will kick things off on Friday, July 31, accompanied by Geoff Samuels and Rob Roman.


Delaware Opportunities honors Helen Lewis

The Delaware Opportunities Board of Directors and staff formally recognized Helen S. Lewis on June 16 as Helen retired from voluntary service on the board of directors after 32 years, serving many of these years as an officer of the board of directors, including eight years as board president.


At Your Service: July 22, 2009

By Margaret S. Inge
It has been 40 years since Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon, taking a giant leap for mankind. It was the culmination of millennia of dreams of wonder and eight years of dedicated work. The timing could not have been more perfect then; it is the kind of event we could use now.


Margaretville priest arrested; faces 20 counts in sex case

By Brian Sweeney
The pastor at the Sacred Heart Catholic Parish in Margaretville was arrested Thursday on 20 counts stemming from his alleged sexual misconduct involving six males aged 11-19.
The Very Rev. James McDevitt voluntarily turned himself in at the Middletown Town Court in Margaretville on Thursday morning where he was charged with six counts of second-degree sexual abuse, seven counts of forcible touching, six counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of third-degree sexual abuse.


Real Estate Changes: July 22, 2009

Real Estate Changes

Old Gladstone Hollow land
Ray and Carol Sachtleben purchased John Conte‘s beautiful land on Old Gladstone Hollow. They look forward to building on this lovely parcel and enjoying country solitude. It was sold by Jeffrey Ashton of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties and listed by Diana Johnston of Apple Tree Realty.


9th Annual Tunament

FUN FOR A GOOD CAUSE — The Ninth Annual Tunament Golf Tournament, named after the late Bill “Tuna” Sanford was held Friday at Shephard Hills Golf Course in Roxbury. The annual event raises money to fund a scholarship for Margaretville Central School graduates in memory of Bill Sanford.


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