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Roxbury tax levy shows 5% drop

Preliminary budget Nov. 10 hearing set

The Town of Roxbury’s preliminary budget shows a projected tax levy decrease of slightly more than five percent. A public budget hearing is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. at the town hall. More...

Sweet Parade

COSTUME TIME — Kids and some adults, from all around the region paraded their costumes through villages and hamlets on Halloween and the weekend before. More...

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Sports

Bowling

Margaretville Women’s  10/27/16   More...

SK boys, girls earn sectional crowns

Delaware League teams sweep finals in soccer playoffs

It’s a rarity in high school athletics. Schools can go decades without winning a single sectional championship. On Saturday, the South Kortright Rams brought home two. More...

Events

Study Group at Saint James

Lake Delaware — Far from a mere set of truth claims, the historic Christian Church has always understood its spiritual life to entail the correct diagnoses and the appropriate application of medicine in order to heal the sicknesses of the soul. More...

Herbs de Provence is topic of program

Roxbury — “Making Your Own Herbs de Provence” is the scheduled activity for the Tuesday, Nov. 8 Roxbury Library Association (RLA) Tuesday For- um program session at 1 p.m., at the library. More...

Bovina Farm Feast planned on Nov. 5

Bovina — Friends of the Bovina Public Library will hold their sixth annual Farm Feast on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Bovina Community Hall.  More...

Fleischmanns pool gets re-build funds

Senator Seward delivered grant news to village

Fleischmanns officials were thrilled last Friday when New York State Senator James Seward came to town with the announcement of $135,000 in state funding to rebuild the community swimming pool which has been closed for the last three summers. More...

Phoenicia Plaza reopening with old and new tenants

Has been closed since February fire

Nine months after a fire shut its doors, the Phoenicia Plaza is poised to come to life again with tenants old and new.  More...

Mechanical breakdowns derail CMRR final runs

Disappointing end to tourist rail ride

What was expected to be a fond farewell to the Catskill Mountain Railroad (CMRR) in Shandaken last weekend turned out to be a disaster for the company when a breakdown Friday put an end to those plans.   More...

News

Shandaken needs volunteers for emergency alert sign-ups

Goal to improve communications

People these days take the fast and vast flow of information for granted. More...

Board of Elections has voting information

Election Day is November 8

Delhi — As election day nears, it is not unusual for rumors and misinformation to circulate. If you have questions, help the Delaware County Board of Elections (DCBOE) employees by not waiting until the last minute to get them answered. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Angelina Buswell

Angelina “Ann” Buswell, 91, a former resident of Margaretville, died Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 at Port Jefferson. Ann was born June 7, 1925 in Manhattan, the daughter of Pietro and Mariagrazia (Coma) De’Fina. She married Stuart E. More...

Ivan Misner

Ivan A. Misner, 77, of Arkville quietly passed away on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016.  He was born on April 2, 1939 in Arkville to Ivan Germond and Laura Belle Misner. He graduated from Margaretville Central School in 1957. More...

Robert Decker

Robert Allen Decker, 78, of Palm Bay, FL entered into the arms of the Lord and his eternal rest on August 15, 2016. More...

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