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February 16, 2019
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Proprietress of the self-titled company, Adolophine Lukabu Sheeley first began to dream of her business three years ago. However, it wasn’t until a couple of years later, when her young … more
Maybe it won’t make the headlines. But the planned reunion of everyone and anyone who worked in the Borscht Belt hotels of yesteryear will be news of interest to the thousands of former … more
Do you find yourself tiring of touchdowns? Perhaps the swoosh of the basketball sailing through the net is leaving you shrugging your shoulders? Is the crack of the baseball connecting with the bat … more
It’s safe to wager that aside from those escaping to tropical climes, January and February fall pretty low on the list of favorite months for locals. There are a lot of factors: freezing … more
It’s not unusual to see a spike in civic engagement during the holiday season. Coat, food and toy drives pop up all over the county, affording easy access opportunities to donate anything from … more
The Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program Stakeholder Council has approved four grant awards totaling $219,243 to complete stream projects in the Ashokan Reservoir watershed. Awards were made … more
A time-honored event returns to High Falls when the community gathers to celebrate the 2018 High Falls-Marbletown Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony. The beloved seasonal ritual takes place from … more
This community-generated festival, where participating shops on Main Street provide free treats, sales and giveaways while showcasing the best of local food, art, music and crafts, will be held 10 … more
On the evening of Nov. 8, Rondout Valley School District Superintendent Dr. Joseph Morgan gave a presentation along with a question-and-answer session on the proposed capital project budget of … more
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