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Diamond Jubilee Desserts and Diaries at DCHA 

Visit the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18 for an afternoon of sundry and delectable delights. At 2 p.m. members of the museum staff will begin reading … 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

College News

The State University of New York at Potsdam recently named 946 students to the president’s list, in recognition of their academic excellence in the fall 2019 semester. The SUNY Potsdam students … more

Empire Girls State Candidate

James S. Moore American Legion Auxiliary Unit 167 announced that it has chosen Olivia Brunner as its candidate and Lacy Odell as its alternate for the Empire Girls State this year. The Downsville … more

Townsend School Students Recognized With NED And Citizenship Awards

Townsend School students in fourth and fifth grade are selected for NED awards by their teachers by the quarter and they are awarded at the awards assembly as a surprise to the honoree.  NED … more

Delaware Academy Business Manager Appointed Interim Superintendent

DELHI - Delaware Academy Business Manager Carey Schultz was appointed Interim Superintendent by the district’s board of education on Jan. 2 to replace Jason Thomson who is leaving the district … more

Church Safety Presentation Offered by Delhi P.D.

On Jan. 22 at 6 p.m., the Delhi Police Department will present a two-hour program on active attack/shooter incidents and plans for church safety and security. The program will be held at the First … more

NYS Office Of Addiction Services And Supports Announces Availability Of Up To $900,000 To Expand Prevention Services

The New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports on Jan. 6 announced the availability of up to $900,000 in funding for prevention providers to expand the “Triple P” Positive … more

Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation To Improve Elevator Safety

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation (S.4080-C/A.4509) to improve elevator safety. This new law requires all individuals engaged in the design, construction, inspection, maintenance and repair … more

Carpenters Recruit Apprentices

The New England Carpenters Training Fund (NECTF AKA Northeast Carpenters Apprenticeship Fund) will conduct a recruitment from Feb. 3, 2020 to Feb. 1, 2021 for two Cabinetmaker apprentices, the New … more

Del Co SWCD Meeting

A regular meeting of the Delaware County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) Board of Directors will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 11 a.m. at the SWCD office in Walton. 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

Walton and Delhi Ice Skating Rinks Are Open, Stamford’s Will Not Open This Season

DELAWARE COUNTY - Winter is in full swing and if area residents are looking to get outside, consider taking a few turns around local ice skating rinks. The Delhi village ice skating rink is open … more

Weather Averages

Well, the new averages are in and quite different than 20 years ago when I did them last. In 20 years, they changed slightly, 2” more precipitation, 5” less in snow and a slight change in … 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

Senator Metzger Applauds Emergency Communication Funding Awarded to Delaware and Sullivan Counties

All four counties in New York State Senate District 42 received funding from the Statewide Interoperable Communications Grant program. more

Hamden Honors Retiring Highway Super. Roger Dibble

The Town of Hamden board met on Dec. 30 to wrap up business for 2019 and to honor retiring Superintendent of Highways Roger Dibble. Dibble has worked for the highway department for 30 years, with 14 … more

Business District Benches...

Walton’s Joey Yambor, a 2018 graduate of Walton Central School and a student at SUNY Delhi in the electrical utility program, right, donated $516 - representing surplus funds raised through his … more

Fourth Annual Jackson Vandermark Blood Drive

Jackson Vandermark is a 5-year-old boy from Johnson City whose story is rallying support for the American Red Cross. Jackson was born with several Congenital Heart Defects that required multiple … 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
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