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Middletown supports non-profits

Skene Memorial and Fairview Libraries and the Historical Society of Middletown (HSM) got good budget news when Town of Middletown officials met last Wednesday, Dec. More...

Let There Be Light

LET THERE BE LIGHT – This Church Street, Margaretville home demonstrated a wealth of holiday spirit with the thousands of lights used to tell a holiday season story. More...

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Sports

Rams slaughter Eagles

The South Kortright Rams continue to run rough shod over their Delaware League foes as they tripled up the Downsville Eagles at home Thursday night, 79-24.  The Eagles, with just six players on their squad, struggled against the Rams’ with More...

Lubbers’ 21 points give Davenport edge over Margaretville

Jenna Lubbers scored 21 points and led Davenport to a 49-39 victory when it travelled to play Margaretville on Monday, Dec. 17.  More...

Hunter-Tannersville wins big against Margaretville in basketball action

Hunter-Tannersville toppled the boys at Margaretville 62-42 in a one-sided affair when the two teams met in league play on Thursday, Dec 11.  More...

Cable and Cat at Bovina meeting

The Bovina Town Board moved forward with a cable franchise after a short public hearing and heard an update about an ongoing water project when it met on December 11. Cable coming More...

County Board of Supervisors closes out 2018 agenda activity

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors met for the last time of 2018 to discuss new rules for some county loans and to make its schedule for 2019, which proved more difficult than expected. More...

Tracking Santa

TRACKING SANTA —Since arriving in Margaretville for the post-Thanksgiving holiday parade, Santa Claus, often accompanied by Mrs. More...

News

Help make holiday season brighter for others

‘Tis the season for giving, no doubt about it. As every reader knows, non-profit organizations need support more than ever before. If you’ve already given, consider another donation. Here are a few worthy causes. More...

CWC Board meeting date changed

The Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) Board of Directors will hold its next monthly meeting Thursday, Jan. 3 at 1 p.m. at CWC offices, 905 Main Street, Margaretville.  Committee meetings begin at 9 a.m. The public is most welcome. More...

Making A Difference Dennis Metnick

By Eddie Donoghue   A lover of theater, law, and his community, newly retired Dennis Metnick has offered his passion and expertise to an array of projects that have improved the quality of life for his friends and neighbors.  More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Helen T. Cordo

Helen T. Cordo 89, of Tremper Avenue in Phoenicia died Saturday December 15, 2018 at the ArchCare Center in Rhinebeck.  More...

Ruth Graham

Ruth Graham, 85 of Pine Hill died Friday December 14, 2018 at the Mountainside Care Center in Margaretville after a one week stay. She was born in New York City, January 12, 1933 the daughter of the late Henry and Hilda Yelsky Augustine. More...

Events

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HONORING GUADALUPE — Members and guests of the Sacred Heart Parish of Margaretville welcomed Viva Mexico, a much praised mariachi band from New York City to the local celebration of our Lady of Guadalupe earlier this month.  More...

Margaretville’s Got Talent

The talent show is Tuesday, Jan. 15. Sign up to show your talents by Friday, Jan. 4. ecullen20@margaretvillecs.org   More...

Hands-on workshops for winter breaks

Treadwell - Bright Hill Press and Literary Center has announced workshops and a book club for kids and teens to run through winter and spring of 2019. More...

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