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Worship services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi churches during June will be held in DeLancey Church at 11 a.m. I welcome news from folks. Give me a call - 607-746-6860 or email … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub MANY NEW HOUSES BUILDING Lived to be Nearly 100 - Masonic Lodge Prospering - Arranging Next … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, Saturday, May 24, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub MARKET ROBBERS TO FARMS Candidate for District Attorney - War Stamp Sales Show by … more

The Civil War Returns To Delaware County

The Civil War is scheduled to return to Delaware County on June 22 and 23 as re-enactors, both local and traveling from as far away as the deep South, appear in Delhi at the Delaware County … more

The Ponds Restaurant: New East Meredith Eatery

EAST MEREDITH - If you eat at The Ponds Restaurant you know where your food is coming from because the eatery will utilize many local ingredients. The Ponds is a new farm-totable restaurant … more

Franklin Stage Company Announces 2019 Summer Season

The Franklin Stage Company (FSC), Delaware County’s renowned classical summer theater, announces the lineup of their 23nd season, with performances produced and presented from Fourth of … more

Memorial Day Parades Announced

Memorial Day is a day to honor and remember the men and women who fought for and died to protect our country. Take time to remember them at one of the following ceremonies or parades: Andes … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub SCHAUFLER BILL DISAPPROVED Majestic Theatre Sold - Resuming Freight Shipments - New Houses … more

Concept of a Community Garden Fosters Food and Friendship

DELHI-- “People become instant friends through gardening,” said Carla Hegeman-Crim, a horticulture and natural resource educator with Cornell Cooperative Extension. Crim was … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY MAY 10, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub WILL OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY School Trustees Elected - Petty Thieving at Fire - Music Festival of … more

Stamford’s George Bergleitner Honored As Del. Co. Republican of the Year

DELHI - The 66th annual Lincoln Day dinner was held at the Delhi American Legion Friday evening. Delaware County Republican Committee Chairperson Maria Kelso introduced the key speakers who … more

A Slice Of New Kingston History

The New Kingston Valley Association (NKVA) will host an event at the historic New Kingston Presbyterian Church starting at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 18. The program will provide guests a view of … more

Billy’s Make & Mend Offers Workshops, Showcases Antique Sewing Machines

DELHI - A Delhi resident is stitching his passion together one sewing machine and workshop at a time. Last August, Bill Hancock and his wife Tracey, moved to the area - a move which included … more

Hamden’s Toni Watkins Checks Scuba Diving Off Her Bucket List

HAMDEN - When Toni Watkins turned 66 years old she decided to chip away at her bucket list and at the top, was scuba diving. Fast forward a year, and Watkins is now a certified diver and her … more

Lyme Disease Awareness Month

May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month and with the number of reported cases in New York rising each year, it is important to arm yourself and your family with the tools to avoid the disease when … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY MAY 3, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub MAPLE SYRUP A BIG INDUSTRY Village Assessment Roll Finished - A Meeting to Boost Community … more

Protecting Pets From Ticks - And Lyme Disease

“I have seen an increase in Lyme disease in dogs as well as horses,” said Delhi Animal Hospital veterinarian Dr. Faith Burns. “Since January, I have seen a lot of cases. I would … more

Assessors, Water and Police Top Colchester Meeting Agenda

An appointed assessor, the water system improvement project and the police budget topped the Colchester town board meeting agenda April 17. The meeting began with a public hearing as to … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919 MANY NEW FEATURES FOR VICTORY LOAN Moving Pictures, Entertainment and Tank Will be Here CANVASS MADE NEXT WEEK Will be Made in Village by Women and Outside … more

Stories from Old Bovina

In the spring of 1839, two members of the same family met their ends by drowning, one by accident and the other apparently intentionally. On April 13, as later reported in the Delaware Gazette, … more
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