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Restaurant Week celebration planned locally April 24-28

Dining, art scene, local producers will be highlighted

Local restaurants and their supporters are gearing up for the first annual Restaurant Week with a series of activities and events taking place in addition to spectacular discounts and desserts to be offered throughout the region from Sunday, April 24 More...

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Sports

Subaru drives Windham past MCS with no-hitter

Junior hurler downs Devils

Windham’s Subaru Hunge and professional baseball pitching ace Marcus Stroman have something in common. Both are small in physical stature but giants on the pitching mound. More...

Bowling

Margaretville Women’s 4/7/16  W L J&M Lawncare 56 36 Flour Patch 52 40 Frank’s Septic 51 41 MJ Clockmakers 48 44 Morgan’s Met. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Donna Rutulante  Free Access 

 Donna Mae Rutulante, 65, of Shandaken passed away Wednesday, April 13 2016 at Margaretville Hospital after a short illness. She was born October 25, 1950 to Ercole D. Rutulante and Helen D. More...

Regina Bilzer

Regina Bilzer, 80, of Arkville, passed away peacefully on March 18, 2016 at Margaretville Hospital after a lengthy battle with cancer.  Regina was born on April 27, 1936 in Boos, Germany to Martin and Genoveva Kartheininger.  More...

Charles Gockel

Charles R Gockel of Prattsville was at the Albany Medical Center with his loving family by his side when he went to be with Jesus on April 5, 2016.  Born in Roxbury on April 10, 1941, Charles was the son of Mamie and (Charles) Raymond Gockel of More...

Gone Fishing

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CWC’s Annual Meeting highlights accomplishments

Organization will mark 20th anniversary

The Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) held its annual meeting last week, re-electing four members and officers and saying goodbye to two longtime colleagues leaving the group this year. More...

Fleischmanns home gets elevated for flood prevention

NY Rising funds finance lifting of historic house

A Fleischmanns home hardhit by Hurricane Irene is being lifted out of harm’s way as part of a flood elevation program.  More...

News

New entryway improves Fairview Library access

Community will benefit from changes

The Fairview Public Library is in the midst of a renovation project that will improve access to patrons.  Director Doris Warner explained that work on the Walnut Street building is aimed at updating the library’s ability to serve all commu More...

New York’s primary balloting is scheduled for Tues., April 19

The much-ballyhooed contest to elect a successor to President Barack Obama comes to New York next week when Democrats and Republicans will go to the polls on Tuesday, April 19 to cast ballots in a primary election for their favorite candidates.  More...

Route 28 bridge closing planned in Shandaken; Detour starts late April for construction project

New bridge to be installed

When completed this fall, the new bridge on Route 28 in Shandaken near the highway’s intersection with Route 42 will be longer, wider, and higher than the old one and will also eliminate the rail crossing currently leased from Ulster County by More...

Events

Cancer survivors invited to walk at Relay For Life

Delhi — The American Cancer Society invites those inspiring individuals in Delaware County who have won the fight against cancer to join Relay For Life April 30 at Delaware Academy and Central School, 2 Sheldon Drive. More...

That's Entertainment

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HSM program recalls the ‘50s and ‘60s

Public invited to tell their tales at April 16 event

Margaretville – Did you grow up in Middletown in the era of poodle skirts, air raid drills, and rabbit ear antennas on top of the snowy TV? More...

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