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Catamount returns to local culinary style

By Jay Braman Jr.
Emily Fisher was all smiles Sunday afternoon.
Seated at the bar of her Catamount Restaurant, Fisher was brimming with pride, feeling that she and the Catamount team have struck a chord with their new concept for the eatery.


Spring trial set for local woman in theft incidents

By Brian Sweeney
A Margaretville woman who is accused of stealing more than $21,000 from two people pled not guilty to the charges in a November 23 appearance in Delaware County Court.
Barbara B. Ackerley, 58, was arrested last June. She was charged with two counts of third-degree grand larceny. Ackerley is accused of taking the money from two elderly victims who had been in her care. Both of the theft victims reside in the Town of Middletown.


Mountain Business Services makes move to Shokan Square

Shokan — Mountain Business Services / Ulster Financial Group, Inc. has announced its relocation to the Shokan Square Plaza in Shokan.  Mountain Business Services is a division of Ulster Financial Group, Inc., a subsidiary of Ulster Savings Bank.


Cookies contest, caroling at the Commons Dec. 12

Share in some holiday cheer and have an uncommonly good time at The Commons Building at 785 Main Street, Margaretville on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 4 p.m. Enter our first annual Cookie Contest or just come enjoy Caroling with Patti Dell and Kent Brown.


Bovina Holiday House Tour Dec. 13

Bovina — The Bovina Historical Society will presents a Holiday House Tour on Sunday, Dec. 13 from 1 to 4 p.m. Enjoy first-floor tours of some of Bovina’s historic homes, as well as some new constructions, new additions and an inn.


Hometown "Top Chef" gets cooking Saturday

Roxbury — The kitchens are heating up and so is the rivalry between the two “Top Chef” culinary teams who will dazzle their discerning guests (you!) with their most irresistible tapas in elegant surroundings this Saturday night. Be sure to reserve your plate at this creative and tasty fund-raiser on Dec. 5, hosted in two of Roxbury’s most lovingly restored Main Street “grand dames.”


Shandaken mulls larger ambulance fleet

By Jay Braman Jr.
It’s large a rural town with a large elderly population, far from any hospital, and home to a ski center that brings thousands of visitors across its borders on winter weekends. Such is Shandaken, a town said to already possess a cracker jack ambulance department, but one that would serve the community better if it had another ambulance.


Holiday hometown fun planned for Saturday in Andes

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Andes — The historic little community of Andes is going all out on Saturday, Dec. 5 with special activities for those who live here and visitors alike to enjoy. The United Methodist Church on Lower Main will put on their annual Holiday Bazaar and Luncheon from 11a.m. to 3 p.m.


Transfer station cutback trims Middletown budget

Staff report
The Middletown Town Board has adopted a 2010 budget that reflects a tax levy increase of 3.3 percent. Following its November budget hearing, the town board made additional cuts to the Preliminary Budget. The key budget reduction was the decision to trim hours from daily operation to six days a week at the solid waste transfer station in Kelly Corners. The savings in payroll and related expenditures totaled more than $14,000.


Ulster Savings Bank makes $150,000 gift

Kingston — Ulster Savings Bank has announced a charitable gift in the amount of $150,000 as an additional endowment to the Ulster Savings Charitable Foundation. The Ulster Savings Charitable Foundation was created in 2001 in recognition of Ulster Savings Bank’s 150th anniversary to provide funding to organizations and communities in Ulster, Dutchess, and Greene counties in the areas of education, housing, and health and human services.


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