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Selfless Acts: Hamden’s Lisa Ford Gives Back To Local Residents

Lisa Ford of Hamden is no stranger to giving back. In fact, when she sees someone in need, her wheels start turning.  On Jan. 11, Ford, who works at the American Legion in Delhi, hosted a … 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

Walton Funeral Director Re-Awarded CFSP

Frank Anthony Cagnina Jr. CFSP, a funeral director with Courtney Funeral Home in Walton, has recently qualified for recertification of the designation of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner … more

Senator Metzger Announces Mobile Office Hours in Delaware And Sullivan Counties

Senator Jen Metzger’s constituent services staff will hold 2020 mobile office hours throughout the 42nd Senate District in January and February.  In 2019, Metzger’s constituent … more

Water Use/Resource Management

The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) will hold the next monthly meeting of its Water Use/Resource Management Committee (WU/RM) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 7 p.m. in the UDC office, 211 Bridge St., … more

CCE January 2020 Meeting Notice

The Board of Directors of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County will meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday Jan. 21, with a snow date of Monday, Jan. 20, at the CCE office in Hamden to conduct … more

Walton Congregational Church To Hold Services At Christ Church

The Congregational Church of Walton will hold their Sunday services at the Christ Church (Episcopal) at 41 Gardner Pl. in Walton at 10:15 a.m. starting Jan. 15 until renovations to the sanctuary are … 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

Stamford Library Nationally Recognized

The Stamford Village Library (SVL) was recently included on the Library Journal’s “Star Libraries” list. The list includes 261 libraries across the nation and was published in the … more

Contaminated Soil from October Oil Spill In Franklin Awaits Removal

An 100-gallon oil spill from Oct. 27 in Franklin is still being cleaned up on Case Hill Road, according to the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). Incident report 1907529 by the DEC … more

Hamden Organizes for 2020

The Town of Hamden Board met on Jan. 8 for their yearly organizational meeting and regular monthly meeting. During the organization meeting, the board made the following appointments: Budget … more

Animal Sanctuary Tops Franklin Discussion

The town of Franklin held their first board meeting of the year on Jan. 7. Supervisor Jeffrey Taggart said that a special meeting was held on Dec. 23 to address the ongoing litigation regarding the … more

Deposit Abolishes Police And Court

Residents of the village of Deposit voted to abolish the village police department and village justice court during a special election on Jan. 7. This decision followed years of discussion which … more

Walton’s First Congregational Church Receives $14K Sacred Sites Grant

The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced a matching grant of $14,000 awarded to the First Congregational Church in Walton to go toward a $50,000 window restoration project.  The First … more

Merit Badge Madness

Over 200 Boy Scouts traveled from near and far to State University of New York (SUNY) at Delhi for Merit Badge Madness on Jan. 11. The event is hosted by the Leatherstocking Council but attracts … more

Stamford Introduces New Supervisor, Councilman

STAMFORD - During a brief Stamford Town Board meeting Wednesday, there were new appointments and a celebration of those who have served. New Supervisor John Kosier led the meeting, while former … more

A Decade of Flood-Proofing Walton

WALTON - Nearly $5 million has been spent to prevent and reduce flooding in Walton since the formation of the Walton Flood Commission in 2010. Of the $4.9 million spent, $3.79 million has been grant … more

Hamden Supervisor Loses BOS Chair Bid

DELHI - Incumbent Bovina Supervisor Tina Molé will serve her third term as Delaware County Board of Supervisors Chairperson. However, the decision did not come without opposition. Andes … more

Longyear Gallery Showcases New Members

Starting fresh in the new year, this January 2020 show introduces new Longyear Gallery members Gail Freund, Bonnie Mitchell and Amy Silberkleit.  Freund works in a variety of media including … more
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