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LIDDLES DONATE – Jenny Liddle, right delivered local farm beef raised by her family to Glenna Herz at the community food pantry to make the holidays brighter for area families. Contributed photo. You must be a subscriber to access this content! Please login below or Subscribe today! Username or E-mail Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

Addiction and Its Treatment



Few Delaware County residents can say their lives have gone untouched by the nation’s opioid crisis. A 2018 Siena College poll found that 54 percent of New Yorkers said they had been personally affected by opioid abuse, 83 percent felt that opioid abuse has worsened in the last few years, and one in four knew someone who had died from […]

Ulster Savings Bank spreads holiday cheer



Kingston – Lending a helping hand to those in need is one of the core missions of Ulster Savings Bank. As a community bank, branches spread holiday cheer by sponsoring or organizing charity drives for local families and individuals. From providing coats and toys to supporting the local SPCA, Ulster Savings Bank has made it a point to bring holiday […]

DEC – Environmental Conservation Police



Couple arrested for hunting violations On November 27, ECO Dustin Osborne received a complaint that two subjects had just shot a deer from the road in the town of Masonville. Previously, the officer had heard reports of a white minivan with two occupants shooting deer from the road, loading up the deer, and speeding off. ECOs Nathan Doig and Osborne […]

Ulster County Sheriff’s Department to get body-cams



Albany – Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood announced that her office has awarded over $1 million to 13 local law enforcement agencies across New York State to create and expand body-worn camera programs. Through the Attorney General’s CAMS (Capture an Account of a Material Situation) program, local law enforcement agencies around the state will be able to purchase body-worn cameras, […]

Holiday news from our yellowed pages in the 1960’s



To celebrate this holiday season the News team went back to the 1960’s to find the ads and the stories that appear here. Firemen Held Party Halcottsville, Dec. 21. The annual firemen’s Christmas party was held at the Grange hall Saturday evening. A fullcourse turkey dinner was served. About 25 attended. Gifts were exchanged and games were played. Christmas presents […]

Post Christmas Church services



St. Francis De Sales CatholicRev. Raphael Iannone109 Main Street, Phoenicia845.688.5617rjiannone@juno.com Monday, 12/24: Christmas EveChildren’s Mass at 5:00 p.m.Monday, 12/24: Christmas EveVigil Mass at 10:00 p.m.Tuesday, 12/25: ChristmasDay Mass at 9:00 a.m.Monday, 12/31: Mass at 8:00in the RectoryMonday, 12/31: Mass at 5:00p.m. in the ChurchTuesday, 1/01: Solemnity ofMary, Mother of God Mass at10:30 a.m. in Church(Holy Day of Obligation) Sacred Heart […]

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