September 16, 2015 RSS feed / News

Middletown, Fleischmanns to negotiate enforcement fees

Village seeking reduced contract due to permit drop

The Middletown Board approved Local Law Number 1 at its monthly meeting last week, agreeing to override the tax levy limit established by the state to force municipalities to hold the line on taxes. More...

Gary Rosa wins Independence line; Miller leads in Middletown primary

Absentee counting delays outcome in supervisor’s race

Staff report Delaware County Family Court Judge candidate Gary Rosa picked up the Independence Party endorsement in Primary Election balloting on Thursday. More...

Shandaken GOP picks Stanley as candidate

Former supervisor Robert Cross defeated in caucus

With a healthy turnout of enrolled Republicans at town hall last Thursday, the Shandaken GOP chose a full slate of candidates for the upcoming local election.  Incumbent Supervisor Rob Stanley, seeking a fourth, twoyear term, beat back a challen More...

Arkville Head Start Program signup extended

With school back in session and kids from Pre-K to senior high back at their desks, Head Start is gearing up to serve the local pre-school set. More...

History Award of Merit nominations requested

Delhi — The Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) is once more accepting nominations for its annual Awards of Merit. More...

President sends letter to RCS fourth grader

Téa Mattice had written to president regarding concerns over testing

A Roxbury fourth grader is walking a lot taller this fall after having received a letter from the President of the United States. More...

RCS Board appoints Jill Ten Eyck as new principal

The Roxbury Central School Board of Education hired Constance “Jill” Ten Eyck as the school’s new building principal last week. According to Superintendent Tom O’Brien, Ten Eyck will begin her duties on Monday, Sept. 21. More...

Grand Feeling

1,000 BOOK READER — Second grader Carter Stratton this week became the 6th MCS student to join the 1,000 Book Reader Club since Margaretville Librarian Mrs. More...

Hospital Thrift Shop new hours announced

Margaretville — As we head into the fall season, the Margaretville Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop officials have announced new store hours.  The Thrift Shop will now be open five days a week from Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays More...

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