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IT’S OFFICAL — A ribbon-cutting was held Thursday afternoon to celebrate the grand opening of the new Binnekill Tavern on Main Street, Margaretville. More...

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Sports

Devils edge Rockets in girls’ soccer match

In the end, it came down to a corner kick. More...

Unbeaten Rams down Eagles

Powerhouse SK posts shutout win over Downsville

The undefeated and state ranked South Kortright Rams ran their record to 14 wins as they celebrated their Senior Day Thursday afternoon with a 4-0 shutout of the visiting Downsville Eagles.  More...

Senior Night

SENIORS – Margaretville’s varsity girls had their last home game of the season on October 4. More...

Events

That's Entertainment

Wednesday, October 10 More...

The Landscape: Cut and Carved at RAG

Roxbury — The Roxbury Arts Group welcomes the public for a conversation with Nina Jordan and Patrice Lorenz currently exhibiting together in The Landscape: Cut and Carved in the Walt Meade Gallery of the Roxbury Arts Center at 5025 Vega Mountai More...

Kids ride free on D&U

Arkville — Kids ride free on the Delaware & Ulster Railroad in Arkville on Sundays in October when accompanied by a paying adult and they bring along two cans of food for the Community Pantry.  More...

Harvest Cafe in Foodworks+ seeking permit for operation

Original project didn’t have OK for restaurant

The Catskill Development Foundation (CDF) and Catskill Regional Harvest Café located in the former Andel Inn property on Rt. 28 have applied for a special use permit/site plan review to operate a restaurant. More...

Dabritz to challenge Bush for Middletown Board post

Special election on Nov. 6 ballot

In less than one month, voters in the Town of Middletown will decide between Charles Bush and Chris Dabritz to represent them on the town board.  More...

MTC expansion into Shandaken approved

Broadband provider continuing growth in Catskill Region

It was decided that Margaretville Telephone Company (MTC) will come to Shandaken at the town board’s October 1 meeting where the 2019 tentative budget and a bridge replacement project were also discussed.  A public hearing session was held More...

News

Middletown reviews Tentative Budget; plan keeps town under state tax cap

Budget increases kept to minimum to stay within cap More...

Voting registration deadline is Oct. 12

Delhi — Friday, Oct. More...

Double dipping: Fleischmanns pool grant increased

Seward announces additional $130.000 for pool repair work

With much enthusiasm, Mayor Kearney announced that Senator Jim Seward has doubled the grant for the village pool after considerable persuasion from Mayor Kearney, Board Member Larry Reilly, and written correspondence from local individuals.  More...

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