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Stamford Village Discusses Better Communication Strategies

STAMFORD - Improving communication strategies among board members and the community topped the agenda at the Stamford Village board meeting last week. Trustee Reid Golden said he has concerns … more

Hybrid Fit Gym In Sidney Moves To New Location

SIDNEY - Hybrid Fit Gym in Sidney is about to get bigger and better. According to Christina Houck, 27, who owns the business with her husband Renê Nazare-Azevedo, Hybrid Fit Gym, which was … more

Turkeys Down

Cameron and Bronson Thomson, 12, got their first turkeys this year during the youth turkey hunt. They were assisted by their uncle, Dillon Groff and grandpa, Jim Groff. Cameron also got his first … more

Copes Corners Park Spring Fest May 4

The Copes Corners Park Spring Fest will be held Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. rain or shine. No charge for parking or for the events of the day. Events will include the local fire … more

Walton Graduate Crosses The Finish Line of The 123rd Boston Marathon

WALTON -A Walton Central School graduate recently legged it across the Boston Marathon finish line on April 16. Kristine Reed ran the 123rd annual event and finished in three hours and 46 … more

DEC Awards & Volunteer Appreciation Reception

The Roxbury Arts Group will honor the 2019 Decentralization Grant recipients at an awards reception on Friday, April 26 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Roxbury Arts Center, 5025 Vega Mountain Road, … more

CEMETERY LOVERS

As a result of genealogical research, I realized Elizabeth, New Jersey is closely tied to the history of Walton and the Ogden family. I had always wanted to explore that branch of my family tree … more

SUNY Delhi Senior Malik Talbert Reaches 100 Career Goal Milestone

DELHI – The battle for home field advantage in the upcoming men’s lacrosse NAC/NECC Tournament was up for grabs Saturday between the NAC’s top two, playoff-bound teams in SUNY … more

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available In New York Following Ag Secretary Disaster Declaration

The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced that Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in … more

Franklin Teen Committed to the Care of Ouleout Valley Cemetery

FRANKLIN - A Franklin teen has volunteered both his time to give back to his community, while paying his respect to veterans both past and present. Tyler Gregory, a 16-year-old Franklin … more

Delancey

Worship services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi churches during the month of May will be held in Hamden church at 11 a.m. Rev. Connie Stone will lead services May 6 with communion and … more

Community Supports Hadden Family at Benefit

Derik and Brittny Hadden had their worlds turned upside down when their three-year-old son, Bentley, was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia (A.L.L.) on Thursday, Feb. 22. He and his … more

Citizen Science Opportunity: DEC Seeks Turkey Hunters For Ruffed Grouse Drumming Survey

Turkey hunters in pursuit of that wary gobbler in the spring are ideally suited to monitor ruffed grouse during the breeding season. Turkey hunters can record the number of grouse they hear … more

DELAWARE COUNTY COURT

DELHI - A Downsville woman was sentenced to five years probation, a condition of which was to successfully complete Delaware County Treatment Court, on Monday, April 22. Ashlie L. Keesler, 35, … more

Arbor Day is April 26

Arbor Day is a national observance that celebrates the role of trees in our lives and promotes tree planting and care. First celebrated in 1872, it was a way to encourage farmers and homesteaders … more

Trees Make Healthy Air

April is a great time to plant trees in New York. Not only is National Arbor Day in April, it is also the start of ozone season. Trees are excellent and reliable partners that help improve air … more

DELANCEY

Services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi churches during April will be held in Hamden at 11 a.m. Sympathy to Ginny Wilcox and family on the passing of her husband Julian Wilcox. Julian … more

Cuomo Urges Vaccination As Flu Cases Rise

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, D, reminded New Yorkers to get a flu shot, as numbers released Dec. 12 reflect an increase in laboratory confirmed cases of influenza. The latest increase in flu cases comes … more

Franklin Railroad and Community Museum Celebrates Community, Raises Funds For Hospice

FRANKLIN - The Franklin Railroad and Community Museum held a fund drive for a great cause on Sunday, Dec. 15. Each December, according to museum president John Campbell, Franklin Railroad raises … more

DELHI

Congratulations to the winners at the Holiday Parade. In the category for Marching Band, Delaware Academy got first place and Laurens got second. The Best Girl Scout Troop was #350. Coming in first … more
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