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Employers Must File Soon to Prevent Delays in Employees’ Tax Refunds

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance reminded employers to accurately file their withholding tax returns ahead of the January 31 deadline. This will help ensure that any refunds owed … more

CADE And SUNY Cobleskill To Host Business Workshop Series

The Center for Agricultural Development and Entrepreneurship (CADE) and SUNY Cobleskill invite Farm and Food Business Entrepreneurs to register for their annual business workshop series, which runs … more

SUNY Delhi and Walton Eateries Served Poor Inspections From DOH

The New York State Department of Health has served up inspection for multiple Delaware County eateries. Some of the violations are deemed critical, while others are … more

Chamber Of Commerce Networking Event

Join the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce for its First Friday Eat & Meet networking event on Friday, Feb. 7 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at Belleayre Mountain and Ski Resort, 181 Galli Curci Rd., … more

DVH Working to Restore Pharmacy Phone Operation

The Community Pharmacy at Delaware Valley Hospital announced in a statement that it is “aware that the phones have not been working correctly. Although we have been working diligently over the … more

Wayne Bank Merger Announced

Norwood Financial Corp., the holding company for Wayne Bank, and UpState New York Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for USNY Bank, jointly announced the signing of a definitive merger agreement … more

Governor Cuomo Announces End Of Subminimum Wage Across Miscellaneous Industries Statewide

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Dec. 31 that the State Department of Labor is issuing an order eliminating the subminimum wage for ‘miscellaneous’ industries statewide. more

Pamela Lakin Celebrates 40 Years at Community Bank N.A.

The Community Bank N.A. Walton branch recently celebrated Retail Branch Assistant Pamela Lakin’s 40th anniversary at the bank. Customers and branch staff gathered to celebrate and reminisce … more

Farmland Protection Grants Available

The Sullivan County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board is currently seeking farms interested in applying for the NYS Agriculture and Markets Farmland Protection Implementation Grant. more

Hancock Company Receives New York State Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Certification

Office of General Services Commissioner RoAnn Destito announced on Dec. 31 that 11 businesses were recently certified by the Office of General Services’ (OGS) Division of Service-Disabled … more

The Tulip And The Rose Ties Global To Local

Franklin’s The Tulip and Rose Cafe brings international dishes to Catskills, and now a video feature by Vice is sharing the restaurant’s story with the world. The cafe was recently … more

Coffee Fosters Conversation, Collaboration Between Cops and Community Members 

FRANKLIN - simple cup of coffee can be the catalyst for meaningful conversation. That’s the premise behind “Coffee with a Cop,” a program launched by the Hawthorne Police … more

Area Honey Makers Talk Bees: Benefit Both Bodies and Environment

    DELAWARE COUNTY - Local beekeepers take the business of honey making seriously. Not only do they enjoy the consumption of sweet honey - two area women emphasized why they … more

New CWC Headquarters In Arkville Is Near Completion

ARKVILLE - The Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) will soon have a new headquarters in Arkville. According to Diane Galusha, a long time CWC employee who retired from her post, the majority of … more

New Year, New Look, Improved Us

Online or digital readers of The Reporter may have noticed a new look on the-reporter.net website. Readers will now see a Catskills Today heading, powered by The Reporter and County Shopper when they … more

Del. County Farm Bureau President: 2020 Dairy Outlook Is Not Promising

DELAWARE COUNTY - According to Duane Martin, the Delaware County Farm Bureau President, it seems small dairy farmers in particular are being forced to shut down. A forecast on the USDA website … more

USDA Microloans Help Farmers Purchase Farmland and Improve Property

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is offering farm ownership microloans, creating a new financing avenue for farmers to buy and improve property. These microloans are especially helpful to … more

Wool Triggers Loan Deficiency Payment in Delaware/Sullivan County

Wool producers in Delaware and Sullivan Counties may be eligible for loan deficiency payments (LDPs) from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA), which help producers under certain market conditions. more

New York State Council On The Arts Announces $7.1 Million In Regional Economic Development Council Initiative Support Driving Economic And Workforce Growth

The New York State Council on the Arts announced $7,110,000 to go to 160 projects in Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) initiative support for programs driving economic and workforce … more
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