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Margaretville Bd. nears flood project decision

Village officials weighing input from community

The Village of Margaretville heard public comments on November 7 regarding a Gateway study plan outlining a series of flood mitigation proposals.  This week’s meeting was the third and final public session providing community members with More...

Major General Anthony German to speak at RCS

Post Commander of New York Air National Guard

Major General Anthony “Tony” German, promoted last year to the post of Commander of the New York Air National Guard will be the keynote speaker at Roxbury Central School’s student Veterans Day assembly tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. More...

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Sports

Bowling

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Rams advance in state tourney

Behind a stifling defense that included a career-best game by keeper Aiden Fox, the South Kortright Rams defeated Poland, 2-0, Saturday afternoon at Herkimer County Community College to advance to the final four of the New York State Class D soccer t More...

Ram Tough

MAN IN THE MIDDLE — South Kortright’s Derek Burns (10) moves past Poland’s William Clark (2) in Saturday’s State Class D quarterfinal action. More...

Events

Olive & Pearl on stage at RAG Saturday

Roxbury - Magical, visual, stimulating, and oftentimes funny, Olive & Pearl presented by the Treehouse Shakers, will be on stage at the Roxbury Arts Group on Saturday, Nov. 11. More...

Thrift Shop $10 Bag Sale in final week

Margaretville — The $10 Bag Sale at the Margaretville Hospital Thrift Shop ends on Saturday, Nov. More...

Harvest brunch features assorted local specialties

Margaretville - A best-ever lineup of local specialty items and collectibles will be featured at the Open Eye Theater’s 13th annual Harvest Brunch and Auction, Sunday, Nov. 12. More...

Delaware Supervisors want NY City to relocate buyout residents locally

Flood program is causing loss of population

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors made its formal response to the New York City’s proposed Land Acquisition Program (LAP) last week, arguing that the City has a responsibility to re-locate flood impacted residents within the hamlets and villag More...

Middletown Preliminary Budget reviewed

Budget is under the spending cap

The Middletown Town Board met last week Wednesday, Nov. 1 for the final time before Election Day.  More...

Ghoul’s Out

HALLOWEEN FUN — Margaretville Central School held its annual Halloween Parade last week from the school along Main Street. Kids, staff, parents and friends enjoyed dressing up for the event. More...

Timberland Properties joins with Coldwell Banker Prime

Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties, among the area’s oldest and largest real estate brokerage firms has been sold by its owner, Eric Wedemeyer, the News learned this week.  More...

News

Fight-related charges dropped vs. Fleischmanns man

On October 26, charges against Charles Palka, 41 of Fleischmanns, that arose from an altercation in that Village in August were dismissed “without prejudice” by the Honorable John R. Fairbarn II in Town of Middletown Justice Court.  More...

DEP completes Shandaken sewer extension

Shandaken - The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has announced the completion of work on a $2.2 million sewer line extension project in the Town of Shandaken to provide centralized wastewater collection and treatment to addi More...

MARK Project awarded $290,000 to help families afford safe housing

Arkville — More than a quarter million dollars — $290,000 — has just been awarded to The MARK Project to rehabilitate local homes and make them affordable for local, full-time income-eligible individuals and families. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Daniel Jaquish

Daniel T. Jaquish, 71, of Old Rt. 28, Fleischmanns died suddenly Saturday November 4, 2017 at the Margaretville Memorial Hospital.  More...

Carliton Finch

Carliton Arthur Finch, 84, a resident of Palm Harbor, FL since 1998, formerly of Stone Ridge, NY, passed away Saturday, October 21, 2017.  More...

Edward Perazone

At press time, the News learned that long time area businessman Edward Perzone had passed away this week.  More...

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