April 20, 2011 RSS feed / News

Recreational boating at Gilboa reservoir

North Blenheim — The New York Power Authority (NYPA) opened the upper and lower reservoirs at its Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project to recreational boaters on April 18. More...

Fair will mark 125 years with parade

Walton — A “125 Years of Fair Memories” parade will be held Tuesday Aug. 16 at 5:45 p.m. at the Delaware County Fair, Walton. More...

Area map helps visitors find their way

Margaretville — A newly expanded interactive GIS map of the Catskills is now available on a website designed to promote the region. More...

Phoenicia gets flood mitigation permit

By Jay Braman Jr. After waiting all winter, Phoenicia has been given the go ahead for a quick-fix plan that will hopefully solve the hamlet’s all-to-frequent Main Street flooding problem. More...

New family business in Arkville

By Pauline Liu About a year-and-a-half after the Market Basket on state Highway 28 in Arkville closed, the doors to the building reopened on Monday hosting a new venture. More...

Crossroads files DEIS on updated resort plan

By Jay Braman Jr. More...

Producers report sweet maple season

By Jennifer Kabat Steam was still billowing from Roxbury Mountain Maple’s sap house last weekend. Income tax day may have come and gone but up there on the mountain they were still boiling sap. More...

BOCES seeks Hall of Fame nominees

Grand Gorge — The Otsego Northern Catskills Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) is seeking nominees from any resident of the BOCES area for their sixth annual ONC BOCES Career and Technical Alumni Hall of Fame Award. More...

Amber Certain new library director in Pine Hill

Pine Hill — The Morton Memorial Library has announced the appointment of Amber Certain of Margaretville to the position of director effective April 1. More...

OCS budget has 3.7% tax hike

By Jay Braman Jr. When Onteora School District voters go to the polls on May 17, they will be asked to approve the district’s first-ever $50 million budget. More...

School boards set budgets for MCS and RCS

By Brian Sweeney Margaretville Central School’s proposed budget for 2011-2012 shows an estimated tax levy increase of less than one percent. The budget presented at a public meeting last Wednesday, totals $10,352,986. More...