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Delaware Opportunities Seeks Contractors

Delaware Opportunities is administering housing rehabilitation grant programs in the town of Colchester and on a county-wide basis and is seeking contractors to bid the entire scope of work on … more

Hancock Road to Benefit from Repaving Funds

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced $151 million in funding for the renewal of state roadways impacted by extreme weather events. This funding will support 95 paving projects and the renewal of … more

New Post Office Will Soon Open In Davenport Center

A new United States Postal Service (USPS) post office will soon open in Davenport Center. According to Davenport Supervisor Dennis Valente, the town was approached last spring regarding … more

Delhi Residents Raise Concerns Over Community Compost

DELHI - At the Delhi Town Board meeting, residents took the opportunity to discuss concerns regarding the Delhi Community Compost.  Delhi residents Maria Schermerhorn is the owner of Delhi … more

Protecting a House of Prayer From Becoming a House of Prey

DELHI - By definition, a sanctuary is:  “A place of refuge or safety.” However, that definition has changed with churches and other faith-based entities finding that their … more

Delaware County Counts!

DELHI - Delaware County residents will receive a mailing from the U.S. Census Bureau beginning mid-March to determine accurate population numbers which, in turn, will be used to allocate levels of … more

Election Reminder

The Delaware County Board of Elections reminds voters that election rules were changed last year for the upcoming primary vote.  People who want to change their political party to vote in … more

Delhi Village Discusses Projects and Appointments

DELHI - Project updates, appointments and adoptions topped the agenda at the Delhi Village Board meeting Monday. Bill Brown discussed a new screen which will be installed on a manhole near the … more

Winter Parking Rules Top Margaretville Agenda

MARGARETVILLE - Margaretville Trustees heard concerns about winter parking, discussed records management and opened a bid for an emergency equipment contract at a meeting on Jan. 21. Margaretville … more

Del. Co. Fair Holds Annual Meeting, Cites Concern Over NYS Fair Expansion

WALTON - The annual meeting of the Delaware Valley Agriculture Society was held Saturday, Jan. 25 at Walton Central School. The meeting updates the shareholders about the financial condition of the … more

Geography Matters

DELHI - Delaware County Public Works Commissioner Susan McIntyre gave supervisors a brief verbal presentation proposing a “hybrid plan” build-out of the county’s highway department … more

Delaware Academy Receives NYS FFA ‘Chapter of Year’ Award

DELHI - Delaware Academy FFA Chapter members gave board of education members a presentation detailing their NYS “Chapter of the Year” award at a meeting of the BOE on Jan. 27. The NYS … more

DEC Accepting Applications for Pheasant Release Program

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced that applications are available for DEC’s cooperative Day-Old Pheasant Chick Program. The … more

DEC Announces Annual Tree and Shrub Seedling Sale

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced that the Colonel William F. Fox Memorial Saratoga Tree Nursery has kicked off its annual spring … more

Volunteers Needed: Big Buddy Program

The Delaware Opportunities Big Buddy Program is a mentoring program for at-risk youth in Delaware and Otsego Counties. The program offers the opportunity for a child to have a one-on-one relationship … more

Haits Celebrate 68th Anniversary...

Herbert and Mary Hait of East Meredith celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary on Jan. 20. They were married in 1952 at the Hobart Methodist Church. They are formally of Roses Brook Road in Hobart, … more

Ice Harvest Festival at Hanford Mills Museum

Hanford Mills Museum, 51 County Highway 12, East Meredith will hold its 31st annual Ice Harvest Festival on Saturday, Feb. 1.  In the days before mechanical refrigeration, ice harvesting was … more

Colchester ‘Glamp’ground” Hurdles Environmental Approval

At its Jan. 15 meeting, the Colchester Town Board voted to declare a negative State Environmental Quality Review Act for the Getaway Roscoe Campground and discussed Second Amendment Sanctuary … more

Bovina Residents Voice Concern Over Audit Findings, Bookeeper Resigns

The Jan. 14 monthly meeting of the Bovina Council included introducing a new board member as well as discussing new committee responsibilities and how to bring in new personnel to help with … more

Comptroller Audit Finds Excess Surplus in Walton Central School Fund Balance

WALTON - An audit report, released on Jan. 17 by the New York State Comptroller’s Office found that Walton Central School exceeded the allowable limits of surplus fund balance by more than a … more
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