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Sullivan to spend $10 million bridgework

“We’ve done the design work and we’ve done everything where we can put that out for work. One of the bridges is going to be going out next week and the other three are going to go out within a month after that, for bid, so we are excited about that,” Depew said.


Scranton High School Delayed Due to Social Media Threat

Scranton HS will operate on a 2HR Delay today, Friday, Sept. 14th. This is due to a social media threat against the school. Law enforcement has been notified and extra security will be present on campus.— Scranton High School (@ScrantonHS)September 14, 2018


DSA’s Julia Salazar Is Headed to the New York State Senate

“Oh, my God,” Salazar said aloud to no one in particular as her campaign staff swarmed her. The 27-year-old democratic socialist candidate for state Senate had done what socialists do not typically do in American politics: She’d won, and won big, knocking off longtime incumbent state Sen. Martin Dil


Sullivan County’s Senior Games Welcomes Players - Hudson Valley News Network

Monticello, NY– Let the fun begin! Sullivan County’s Senior Games are returning to Monticello this month, and if you’re 55 or older, you can join in, either as a competitor or a volunteer!Sponsored by the Sullivan County Office for the Aging and the Monticello Parks & Recreation Department, a bevy o


Fall 2018: Where to pick apples in Dutchess, Ulster Counties

Over 120 acres of apple trees.Barton Apple Orchard apple bags available for purchase in bushel and peck size. In order to pick apples, you must have purchased a Barton Apple Orchard Apple bag that day. Pumpkin picking starts in late September through October. The price of the pumpkins is based on we


Can Teachers Stop Teens From Considering Suicide? New York State Thinks So.

The internal voice inMaddy Horowitz’s head regularly told her she wasnothing. She had just finished her junior year of high school, a crazy whirlwind of taking and re-taking the SAT and ACT tests, college applications, student council, volleyball, and the resume-building often expected of high-achie


The Democratic Party Is Changing Forever. New York Just Showed Us How.

Democratic primaries in New York was centrist Gov.Andrew Cuomo’s easy win over insurgentprogressiveCynthia Nixon. They took it as evidence that big money and establishment credentials were still winning out over left-wing activism. But this focus on the top line misses the real revolution, both in N


Manafort pleads guilty in Mueller probe, will cooperate with prosecutors

Paul Manafort, with his lawyer Richard Westling, pleads guilty before judge Amy Berman Jackson.Art Lien


Girlfriend charged with manslaughter in Ashley | Times Leader

State police charged Haley Ann Rimmer, 38, with involuntary manslaughter in the stabbing death of Brian Breymeier, 31, inside their residence at 144 S. Main St. on May 20.


High School Golf roundup: Onteora handles Wallkill

Ori Grady shot a 43, Adam Williams carded a 45, Avery Burns had a 46 and Sam Haaland tacked on a 51 to lead the Eagles.


Free ice cream, magic and mansion open house at Grey Towers | The Pike County Courier

MILFORD –A fun, fee-free day on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Grey Towers National Historic Site, Milford, Pa, will feature an open house of the historic mansion, presentation of “Trees” by stilt-walkers, a magic show, a special historic exhibit, and balloon art for the kids.


Ulster woman charged with DWI after nearly striking Saugerties officer’s car, police say

SAUGERTIES, N.Y. >> A driver from the town of Ulster was charged with drunken driving after nearly striking a Saugerties police car near the intersection of state Routes 212 and 32, police said Thursday.


HBO's 'High Maintenance' films in Poughkeepsie

The series about a bike-riding,marijuanadelivery salesman in Brooklyn filmed in the town and city of Poughkeepsie Wednesday. Ben Sinclair, who plays lead character "The Guy," was on hand for the filming. The scenes shot will likely air in early 2019.


Off-duty correction officer fatally shot at Queens intersection

An off-duty correction officer was fatally shot in his car during a dispute at a Queens intersection early Friday morning.The 27-year-old victim was in a red 2013 Honda Accord, waiting at the light at 103rd Avenue and 120th Street in Richmond Hill.That's when a man on a motorcycle pulled up just aft


Hamilton student arrested by New York State Police for reported sexual misconduct

On Aug. 30, Dean of Students Terry Martinez sent an email to the Hamilton student body on behalf of the Dean of Students Office, reporting that a case of non-consensual sexual misconduct between two Hamilton students had occurred in the early morning hours of Aug. 25. Martinez also notified students


Charter, ordered out of New York State, begs for its life

This summer, Charter Communications wasordered to leave New York State, reversing its acquisition of Time Warner Cable and selling off the assets; the move came after the cable company broke its promises to expand broadband access in the state to less-profitable markets and then repeated lied to sta


New York voters reject some Democrats who broke off to give state senate control to the Republicans

As of press time,six of the eight membersof thenow-disbandedIndependent Democratic Conference (IDC) have lost against more progressive challengers. That includes the powerful leader of the group, Sen. Jeff Klein (D-Bronx), who was unseated by challengerAlessandra Biaggi, a lawyer who worked on Hilla


Opinion | The Democratic Party Is Changing Forever. New York Just Showed Us How.

For many in the national media, the lead story of Thursday’sDemocratic primaries in New Yorkwas centrist Gov.Andrew Cuomo’s easy win over insurgentprogressiveCynthia Nixon. They took it as evidence that big money and establishment credentials were still winning out over left-wing activism. But this


Indian American Candidates Kevin Thomas, Jeremy Cooney for New York State Senate Advance Unopposed; Pramilla Malick Loses Bid

A handful of Indian American and South Asian American candidates in New York were seeking various state-level party nominations in the Sept. 13 primary election.In the state Senate, Kevin Thomas, Jeremy Cooney and Pramilla Malick – all Democrats – were seeking their party’s nomination.Malick had pre


Bronx teacher who performed oral sex on 14-year-old gets 10 years probation, avoids jail, keeps teaching certificate - NY Daily News

A Bronx high school teacher who admitted to performing oral sex on her 14-year-old student won’t face jail time — and she might even return to the classroom.Dori Myers, 30, last month pleaded guilty to criminal sex act for the Nov. 2016 incident at her former workplace, New School for Leadership and