April 4, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Andel Inn taxes top agenda

Andes revenue losses an issue in NFP deal

The tax status of the Andel Inn and a resolution promoting a historic district in the community topped the Andes Town Board agenda on March 22 when the board held a monthly meeting originally scheduled for March 13.  More...

Hog Mtn. car lot proposal tabled by zoning board

Additional info sought by ZBA

Twenty-three people attended a Middletown Zoning Board of Appeals meeting March 22, most there to plead with the ZBA to deny variances that would allow William Hrazanek and his wife, Larissa Guselnikova to establish a used car lot on Hog Mountain Roa More...

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Sports

Pitching should be strength for MCS baseball club

Knowledge of game another key for Devils

The Margaretville Central School Blue Devils go into a new baseball season optimistic they can be competitive in the Delaware League, according to Coach John Bernhardt.  The veteran MCS coach noted that this is the first time Margaretville will More...

Blue Devils’ softball team features potent bats up and down the lineup

Pitching staff still unsettled

Margaretville Central School softball Coach Beth Tanzer is optimistic that a strong group of returning players will lead to a successful campaign. More...

Events

Artists speak at RAG event

Roxbury - The Roxbury Arts Group hosts an artist talk featuring more than 20 artists currently showing work in the Contemporary Landscapes exhibit in the Walt Meade Gallery and Hilt and Stella Kelly Hall of the Roxbury Arts Center.  More...

Everything old is new again

Black lights featured at two local night spots

Black lights. popular among partiers in the 1960s have amide a comeback recently and will be featured attractions at two area parties. More...

Grants to be awarded

Roxbury - The Roxbury Arts Group will honor the 2018 Decentralization Grant recipients at an Awards Reception on Friday, Apr. 13, from 5:30-6:30 pm at the Hilt and Stella Kelly Hall of the Roxbury Arts Center, in Roxbury.  More...

Supervisors vote ‘no’ on Delhi DPW option

‘Hybrid solution’ partially approved includes location in the flood plain

One of the mostly hotly contested and controversial votes in recent memory took place on March 28 as the Delaware County Board of Supervisors narrowly voted down a resolution to move forward with the McFarland property in Delhi as the relocation site More...

Numann Tech Center/RCS partnership unplugged

Money issues cited; No explanation for whereabouts of tech equipment

The Numann Technology Center at Roxbury Central School is gone. More...

Happy Engler

ON THE HOOK — Francesca Warnes and Aaron Engel of Autumn Peaks Guide Service braved wind and cold on opening day of fishing season on Sunday with great results. More...

News

Bullets found in Hancock school

An alert employee at Hancock Central School alerted officials Monday morning, April 2, at 10:20 a.m., when five, live .22 caliber bullet rounds were found in the middle/high school boys locker room near a pair of pants on the floor.  More...

Shandaken judge faces DWI charge; Miranda off bench pending outcome

Shandaken — A Town of Shandaken Justice is facing multiple changes, including driving while intoxicated, following a March 19 accident in the township.  More...

Seven earn new posts in Sheriff’s Department

Delhi - Six members of the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department earned promotions and a member of the Civil Enforcement Division received promotions in March according to Sheriff Craig DuMond. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Sally Ann Van Benschoten

Sally Ann Van Benschoten, 90 of Margaretville died on March 26, 2018 at Mountainside Care Center. Sally Ann was born December 11, 1927 in Albany, the daughter of Herbert and Sarah (Meeker) Foote. More...

Donald Hill

Donald Wayne Hill passed away on January 12, 2018 in New York City after a short illness.  He is survived by Chris Criswell, his partner of 25 years, their daughter Diana Criswell of Brooklyn, and an extensive family of cherished friends.  More...

Frances Lowry

Frances Louise Lowry, 78, passed away on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at Robinson Terrace Nursing Home in Stamford. Born on November 18, 1939 in Little Falls, Frances was the daughter of the late Kenneth and Mary (Miller) Barrett. More...

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