June 14, 2017 RSS feed / News

CWC announces project funding

Margaretville – The Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) Board of Directors has approved funding for six storm water projects, four fuel tank anchoring projects and materials for a much-needed parking lot for a popular state trailhead.  More...

Delaware, NY, PA and New York City plan to preserve conservation releases

The states of Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania and New York City have announced an agreement on a plan to continue sustainable water management for the Delaware River. More...

Too many lists, not enough buckets in the lifetime of Peg DiBenedetto

Margaret “Peg” DiBenedetto started her bucket list when she was five. Her parents took her to see the movie, “Hatari” and she knew she had to go to Africa to see the animals. Fifty years later she did. More...

Newstand price of Catskill Mtn. News increase planned

The Catskill Mountain News will be increasing its newsstand prices effective June 28. After holding the line on prices for two years despite increasing production costs, staff at the paper see a need to increase rates. More...

Haggerty Hardware adds U-Haul rental to company services

Delhi — U-Haul Company of New York and Vermont, Inc. has announced that Haggerty Ace Hardware has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Delhi community. More...

Volunteers welcome to help ducks

A group of volunteers will gather in the parking lot near the Binnekill Stream on Bridge Street in Margaretville this Thursday, June 15, to round up the ducks wandering the village and urge them back to the stream. More...

Gene Gormley has always been proud to call Phoenicia community his home

For all of his 75 years of life, Gene Gormley has found plenty to do in Phoenicia.  More...

Kent Brown set to retire as deputy MARK director

Public invited to farewell party at Union Grove

Arkville — With eight years at the “go to” desk, Kent Brown is hanging up his hat for an easier daily routine. The MARK project staff and board of directors have invited the public to help honor Kent on Thursday, June 29 at 6 p.m. More...

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