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Sports

MCS boys finish regular season with pair of victories

Team preparing for postseason sectional tourney

The Margaretville boys’ soccer team got just what the doctor ordered last week, two hardfought victories against quality opponents. More...

Bowling

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Season Ending Match

KICKING UP — Margaretville's Anna Aulino leaps into the air as she sends a pass during last Tuesday's contest against Charlotte Valley. — The host Wildcats were 2-0 winners. More...

Events

Walter Meade exhibit on display Oct.16-18

Roxbury — Walt Meade, Delaware County’s legendary naturalist, photographer, educator and farmer, would have been 100 years old this year. More...

That's Entertainment

Friday, Oct. 16 A new radiology suite at Margaretville Hospital will be open for the public to tour at an open house on Friday, Oct. 16 from 1-3 p.m. The hospital will also offer a Flu Shot Clinic during that time. Info: 845 586-2631.   More...

Lantern Tours of Frisbee House on October 24

Delhi — As the leaves continue to change color and the air starts to get cooler, you can’t deny that it’s starting to feel a little spooky out there.  More...

Delaware lodging owners skeptical of county’s bed tax implementation

Officials pushing for revenues to boost tourism

A skeptical group of tourism business owners turned out last Wednesday night at Middletown Town Hall for a public meeting about a new occupancy (bed) tax being proposed for Delaware County.  More...

Shandaken planners tackle Airbnb issues

Temporary lodging creating new problems

By Jay Braman Jr. More...

Rural Splendor

THE FALL-COLOR TRIFECTA — The Columbus Day weekend was the perfect trifecta of a three-day weekend, brilliant fall color at its peak, and three days of lovely sunshine to show it all off. More...

News

Mechanical issues force early shutdown of D&U season

Tourist ride misses heart of foliage season

The Delaware and Ulster Railroad (DURR), with its terminal in Arkville, ended its season abruptly last week, just prior to the biggest weekend of the year, when malfunctions of equipment put one locomotive out of commission and left another with safe More...

Civil War program at RCS Oct. 16

Roxbury — Roxbury Central School grades five, eight and 11 will hold a Civil War re-enactment on Friday, Oct. 16 from 1:30 to 2:45 p.m. More...

New vet in town makes house calls

Adam Sniderman had longtime passion for vet profession

A bear of a man with a dog the size of a horse. Adam Sniderman could only be a vet. A child of the Catskills despite a New Jersey hometown, Sniderman always knew he’d become a veterinarian. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Matthew Farrell

Matthew Farrell, 84, died Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 in Pitman, NJ after a brief illness.  More...

Marianne Gallo

Marianne T. Gallo, a 15-year resident of Roxbury, died at her home on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015.  Marianne was born on December 24, 1929, the daughter of James and Ann (Ash) Treanor, at Jersey City, NJ. She married Charles P. More...

Priscilla Valk

Priscilla Anne Valk, born September 8, 1943 in Greene, died October 5, 2015 at Cooperstown.  Priscilla was the only child of Leon D. More...

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