By Dick Sanford
Margaretville Hospital officials got a chilly reception from a standing-room-only crowd at Roxbury Town Hall Thursday evening when they came to town to confirm what most already knew; that the hospital-owned Roxbury Family Health Center would close in mid-November and that their favorite physician, Dr. Susan Fiore, would leave the hospital’s staff at the same time.
By Jay Braman Jr.
Catskill Watershed Corp-oration (CWC) officials visited Shandaken Monday night to introduce themselves to the community and ended up getting an earful from Phoenicia residents who fear the agency is acting as an agent for New York City.
Jay Braman Jr.
There’s a new house of worship in Phoenicia.
The organizers of the Baptist meetinghouse describe this new addition to the religious landscape as “an old fashioned, hymn singin’, independent, fundamental ministry spreading the word.”
Delhi — Celebrate the rich cultural and agricultural traditions of the western Catskills at the Taste of the Catskills Festival, being held for the first time on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 9 and 10, at Maple Shade Farm, Delhi.
Margaretville — In an effort to assist Delaware County health care facilities to properly dispose of prescription, non-hazardous controlled substances, the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) on September 25 visited three nursing homes to collect more than 16,000 pills as well as liquid medications for incineration.
Visitors can take a step back in time on Sunday, Oct. 10 and into the “First Floors” of a dozen historic properties in Fleischmanns. The village’s Historic House Tours will not only afford an inside glimpse into lovingly restored “grande dames,” it will also paint a portrait of Catskills life decades ago.