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Belleayre Mountain’s Tim Maxwell out as general manager

Number of issues cited as apparent dismissal reasons

Tim Maxwell, General Manager at Belleayre Mt. has been removed from the post according to multiple sources in touch with the News during the last two weeks.  More...

Green Street Marchers

TAKIN’ IT TO THE STREETS — The Delhi community hosted its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday along Main Street. The event always draws a large and enthusiastic crowd. More...

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Championship State Of Mind!

CELEBRATION TIME —Community members turned out in large numbers on Saturday to honor the Delhi girls’ basketball team which won the New York State Class D Championship with a thrilling 54 More...

Revamped pitching staff, new roles keys for RCS baseball club

The Roxbury baseball team will rely on a revamped pitching staff and players learning new positional roles as keys to the 2018 campaign.  Coach Greg Funck said that a number of pitchers were among the players lost to graduation, but he’s h More...

Rockets’ softball club looks to build off strong finish last year

Veteran Roxbury softball Coach Jane Ware is hoping her Rocket squad can build on last year’s late momentum and put together a competitive season. More...

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County Supervisors vote no on DPW plans  Free Access 

McFarland option defeated; part of "hybrid solution" approved

Historic votes provide partial solutions to County DPW issuesBy Eddie DonoghueOne of the mostly hotly contested and controversial votes in recent memory took place today as the Delaware County Board of Supervisors narrowly voted down a resolution to More...

Breaking News - 3/28/2018 4:58 PM

County Supervisors vote no on DPW plans  Free Access 

McFarland option defeated; part of "hybrid solution" approved
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County DPW site vote set

Fate of project still up in the air after many months

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote on one of the biggest public works projects in recent memory today (Wednesday, March 28) and no one is confident what the outcome will be going into the vote.  More...

News

Villages post election results

Fleischmanns residents will have a fully engaged Village Board for the coming year thanks to the 11 people who cast ballots in village elections last week. More...

Chaplain Welcomed

NEW CHAPLAIN — County Sheriff Craig DuMond, right appointed Pastor Larry Light of the New Hope Church in Walton as a Chaplain with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office. More...

Hospital mental health services are available to the community

Ability to pay is not a factor

As attention to the nation’s crisis in opioid addiction and mental health issues continues to occupy front pages across the country, Margaretville Hospital is leading the way in diagnosis and treatment with services that tackle the most underse More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Kimberly Riggi

Kimberly Ann Riggi, age 50 of Arkville, passed away on March 24, 2018 at home after a long, courageous battle. She was surrounded with the enormous love of her family when she continued her journey.  More...

Eugene Mead

Eugene Kevin Mead, a New Kingston native and lifelong woodworker, passed away peacefully on Monday, March 26, 2018 after a long illness. He was 64. More...

Events

Burroughs Catskills Community Day Lecture

Sharpe to deliver address

Roxbury - Leslie T. More...

DCHA to host Presentation and Book Signing

The Delaware County Historical Association will host a book signing and illustrated talk by author and railroad historian Mark Kennaugh on Saturday, Mar. 31 at 2:00 p.m.  More...

That's Entertainment

Sunday, Mar. 25   The Fleischmanns First Maple Festival concludes with a 5K Sap Run, the Maple Bake-Off Café, the “everything maple” pop up store and the maple themed art exhibit on Main Street. More...

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