Margaretville

Margaretville boys drop three in a row, despite two-run homer in extra innings

By Julia Green
Downsville 5, Margaretville 4 (Thursday)
An RBI single to left-center in the final inning was all the Downsville Eagles needed to edge out the visiting Margaretville Blue Devils on Thursday. Despite scoring four runs in the opening inning, including a two-run single by Brian Faulkner, the Blue Devils were held scoreless through the remainder of the game.


Free testing at hospital health fair

Free health screenings will be offered at Margaretville Hospital's Spring Health Fair on Friday, May 8 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the hospital lobby.
Screenings offered at the Health Fair will include: blood pressure, blood glucose, CO breath analyzer/pulse oximeter (to test lung function) and hearing screenings.


Clean-up May 17 in Margaretville

The Annual Margaretville Clean-up Day will be held on May 17. Meet 9 a.m. at the Amphitheater Park across from NBT Bank. Help your community look its best! Volunteer to help make Margaretville litter free. Join your friends, community volunteers and MCS students.


Galli-Curci boundary dispute settled after long legal battle

By Brian Sweeney
A legal dispute that stalled plans for the redevelopment of the Galli-Curci Theater in Margaretville for two-and-a-half years was settled out of court on Monday. Margaretville business owner David Budin had originally filed the lawsuit in Delaware County Court claiming he owned, through “adverse possession” a section of the theater property that would be utilized for the renovations. The theater property borders the parcel where Budin lives and the storefront where he operates Del-Sports.


Auxiliary Dance-a-Thon a hit

By Jill Ribich
Over 100 people danced the night away on Saturday at the third annual Margaretville Hospital Dance-a-Thon, hosted by the Hospital Auxiliary at Belleayre Mountain’s Upper Lodge in Highmount. The popular Blues Maneuver band kept the beat going as Rose and Gordy Stahl taught country line dance, and Kyla Marion and Karen Myers demonstrated some swing dance moves.


Residents sought for board positions

The Board of Trustees of the Village of Margaretville is seeking village residents to fill vacancies on the planning board and zoning board of appeals.
Both committees meet on an as needed basis. Persons wishing to be considered should submit a letter of interest to the Clerk at the village offices located at 773 Main Street, Margaretville, or by mail to Box 228, Margaretville.


Freshtown taking first steps to Margaretville store makeover

By Brian Sweeney
The first steps in the renovation at the new Freshtown Supermarket in Margaretville are underway. Although much of the work is not visible to the shopping public, PSK Supermarkets Vice President Noah Katz said last week that preliminary steps are being taken in the large-scale renovation.


Wellness Week events planned for May 8 through 17

By Julia Green
The Margaretville community will have the opportunity to celebrate a Wellness Week during the week of May 8 through May 17, thanks to the efforts of an ongoing community task force and the Margaretville Hospital Aux-iliary Wellness Committee.
The week’s events will include the semi-annual health fair at Margaretville Hospital, a discussion of senior health, a “Food Play” program at area schools, Margaretville Central School’s annual Wellness Fair, and a Ride N Peak bike ride.


Plein Air paintings display at hospital

Margaretville — The Margaretville Memorial Hospital and The Roxbury Arts Group are hosting an exhibition of paintings from members of the East Branch Delaware River Plein Air Painters, April through June, in the hospital’s central lobby.


O’Connell is ‘pitcher perfect’ in MCS victory over Windham

By John Bernhardt
When Windham’s Mike Iacono lofted a pop-up near the line between home plate and first base in Thursday’s high school game at Margaretville, there were three Blue Devils’ infielders who might have been able to make the catch. Calling off his teammates, nobody doubted it was Margaretville pitcher Patrick O’Connell who would finish the play. When O’Connell’s mitt closed around the ball, the sophomore hurler had accomplished the improbable, recording the final put out of a pitching rarity, a perfect game. Not a single Windham Warrior reached base against O’Connell during the entire seven-inning game.


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