PROUD MOMENT — Gil Rubin, President of the Congregation B’nai Israel, holds a plaque honoring the founders of the synagogue. While members celebrated their centennial year last year, they had not yet completed all of the research for the founders’ plaque so delayed that portion of the celebration until this year’s Founders’ Day Concert, held last Sunday in Fleischmanns. Photo […]
THE KIDS ARE OKAY! — The Delaware County Fair Demolition Derby competition got hot last week when Car #11 in heat one caught fire.
ALL ABOARD — Day Out With Thomas at the Delaware & Ulster Railroad was a huge success this past weekend, with more than 1,000 guests turning out. Families enjoyed the 25-minute ride on the Thomas the Tank Engine, having an opportunity to meet Sir Topham Hatt, the Controller of the Railway. Thomas the Tank will return this weekend from August […]
What once was Zephyr Restaurant in Pine Hill will soon become a Mexican restaurant by the name of Tito Bandito’s thanks to Binnekill Tavern proprietors Phil Farinacci and Bryan Calvert. The two closed on the property last week and described their vision for Tito Bandito’s as a well-rounded Mexican restaurant that will be brightly decorated and feature upbeat music. This […]
Delaware County Social Services Commissioner Dana Scuderi-Hunter has been on paid leave since July 9 and the county has yet to provide any reason why, as the cost to taxpayers continues to mount. At the Delaware County Board of Supervisors (BOS) meeting on April 24, Scuderi- Hunter’s salary of $96,254 was unanimously approved. At the BOS meeting on May 8, […]
The Roxbury Town Board heard concerns surrounding the fire hydrants in the hamlet of Grand Gorge and received an update about ongoing water projects throughout the town when it met on August 12. Kathy Alle, a member of the Grand Gorge Fire Department read a letter on behalf of herself and her fellow fire fighters about their shared concern regarding […]
Congressman Antonio Delgado (D, 19) discussed young farmers, local breweries and distilleries, and impeachment when he talked to the press on August 2 following an indistrict workweek. Delgado talked about his five town halls in five counties in six days while in New York’s District 19, including a town hall held in Sidney. Delgado also stopped by Downsville to celebrate […]
BICENTENNIAL — Jonathan Andrews and James Andrews walked down the streets of Andes greeting everyone dressed like folks used to in the days of old. Sara Sluiter took a ride in an old Bovina fire truck befitting her title of Fire Queen. Photos by Taylor Day.