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Fleischmanns hotel project sparks debate

Public hearing brings heated talk about expansion

At a standing-room-only meeting at Fleischmanns’ Skene Memorial Library on Tuesday, April 18, stakeholders listened to local engineer Paul Gossen talk about a proposed development on Main Street, despite the fact that property owner Wigdor Mend More...

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Sports

PITCHING IN

PITCHING IN — Roxbury’s Anthony Cortese gets set to deliver a pitch during Monday’s contest in South Kortright. More...

FIRST BIRD

FIRST BIRD — 15-year-old Jessie Tyther, of Sussex, New Jersey, with his first turkey, taken on youth day (Saturday) with his grandfather Kenny Henderson, of Andes. More...

Events

Drug awareness poster contest set

In an effort to support local police, courts, treatment providers and community activists as they address crippling substance abuse issues in the county, the Catskill Mountain News will sponsor a drug awareness poster contest for young people aged ei More...

Classical Quartet to perform at Freshtown

Roxbury - The Roxbury Arts Group (RAG) will open its concert season May 6 when it presents two special local engagements by ETHEL, a highly acclaimed post-modern, indie-classical quartet. More...

That's Entertainment

Wednesday, April 26   Join Morton Memorial (Pine Hill) Library for a benefit dinner at The Zephyr restaurant from 6 to 9 p.m. Dinner is $45 per ticket and includes appetizer, choice of entrée, dessert, and coffee or tea, plus a cash bar. More...

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Sandra Todd  Free Access 

Sandra Todd a long time resident of Arkville NY passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday April 25th 2017. She was surrounded by her family.  More...

Dollar General planned for Grand Gorge property

Store will open on Route 23 this summer

Grand Gorge will get an economic shot in the arm with a new Dollar General store that is scheduled to open at 36558 Route 23, in early- to mid-summer.  More...

Catskill Mtn. Railroad plans for summer are all derailed

No tourist trains or people-powered cars for Phoenicia

Rail excursions from Phoenicia to Boiceville are officially “paused” according to Chris White, deputy director of the Ulster County planning department, leaving the county without a major tourist attraction as it enters the upcoming summe More...

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News

Corrections & Amplifications

In a story about artist Elaine Grandy that appeared last week a mention was made of Elaine’s second husband Edmund Millar, a stonemason who died last year. More...

CWC video and website debut

Margaretville – A new video about the Catskill Watershed Corporation’s (CWC) work in the New York City Watershed west of the Hudson River is an exciting element of the CWC’s newly redesigned website, www.cwconline.org.  More...

Community needs among topics at Middletown Town Board session

Presentations on local issues occupied recent Town of Middletown board meetings and alerted officials and local residents to both needs in the community and resources for meeting those needs.  More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Mary Ann Mann

Mary Ann Mann of Margaretville and West Palm Beach, FL, passed away at her home in Margaretville.  She was born in Tarrytown on November 19, 1935, the daughter of Maurice and Mary (Pirchala) Margotta.  More...

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