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WIDE Sponsors Inauguration Day Dinner

W.I.D.E., a local group of women promoting inclusivity, diversity and equity in our community through education, literature and the arts, will sponsor an Inauguration Day dinner on Wednesday, Jan. … more

Sidney Central School Honors Healthcare Workers

Sidney Students Against Destructive Decisions (SSADD) honored two frontline healthcare workers as a part of its new plan to show appreciation for healthcare workers. SSADD is a Sidney Central … more

Middletown-Hardenburgh Fire District Appoints Officers

The Middletown-Hardenburgh Fire District Board of Fire Commissioners appointed several officers in its organizational meeting Jan. 11. Richard Funck was re-elected as chairman of the board, John … more

Martucci Announces Office Locations

Senator Mike Martucci (R, C, I – New Hampton) announced his District and Albany office contact information aimed at providing strong and consistent representation for all the residents of the … more

DelCo Chamber Talks Business With NYS Senator Martucci Jan. 21

Stay current on what’s happening in Delaware County and the region, and learn to effectively pivot toward a sustainable and thriving business model with a productive and potentially profitable … more

Cuomo Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility To People Aged 65 And Up and Those Immunocompromised

The COVID-19 vaccine is now available to people aged 65 years and older and immunocompromised people as of Jan. 12. New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this in the 2021 State of the … more

Sidney Center FD Elects 2021 Officers

The Sidney Center Fire Department members held the annual officer elections for 2021 on Monday, Jan. 4. The officers for the 2021 year are as follows: Fire Line Officers: Chief - Codey … more

Rubbish Removal Company Gives Back To Community

Doenges’ Rubbish Removal is a trash removal company that gives back as much as it takes away. Recently, owner Devin Doenges donated heaters to the Catskill Veterans Outreach Center in … more

Hamden Asks State To Reduce Speed Limit On Highway 10 Through Hamlet

HAMDEN - The town of Hamden council held their organizational and regular meetings on Jan. 6. Bryan Lindner was present and asked to speak about the possibility of having the speed limit in the … more

Franklin Prepares Emergency Plan

FRANKLIN - The Franklin town council met on Jan. 5 via Zoom for the regular monthly meeting. Kent Manuel, senior planner with the Delaware County Planning Department, was on hand to give the … more

Delaware County Regroups For 2021

DELHI - Delaware County Supervisors held their 2021 organizational meeting on Jan. 6, beginning and ending with a remembrance of former Andes Supervisor Martin Donnelly, who held the post from 1998 … more

Colchester Organizes For 2021

DOWNSVILLE - Colchester officials held the town’s 2021 organizational meeting on Jan. 6 and scheduled a public hearing for Jan. 27 to increase the cost of the ongoing Downsville Water District … more

Officials: Walton Flood Mitigation Projects Work

WALTON - Delaware County Soil & Water District Stream Program Coordinator Graydon Dutcher gave a data-driven presentation on the success of completed flood mitigation projects in Walton that … more

Roxbury Central School To Stay Remote

The Roxbury Central School District announced that the district will continue remote learning until Jan. 25. Last week, the district was going to reopen on Jan. 18. In a letter to parents and … more

South Korean Pastor Brings Diversity To Walton Church

WALTON - Sitting in his office at the Walton United Presbyterian Church (UPC) last week, Pastor Paul Huh shared his past, present and, with God’s guidance, his thoughts on future diversity in … more

Meals For Colchester Seniors

A group of volunteers is helping Colchester seniors stay fed and connected with the community through their Meals for Seniors program. The group, led by Janet Champlin, makes meals for approximately … more

Village Of Delhi Reaches Historic Milestone

Bells were ringing throughout Delhi on Saturday, Jan. 2, as the year-long celebration of the village’s 200th birthday began.  Community members remained socially distant as they … more

Consumer Alert: Be Aware of COVID-19 Vaccination Scams

The New York State Division of Consumer Protection (DCP) is alerting consumers about scammers taking advantage of COVID-19 vaccinations to steal personal information. Scammers are using techniques … more

Senator Oberacker Sworn In For First Term

State Senator Peter Oberacker (R/C – Schenevus) took the oath of office on New Year’s Day for his first New York State Senate term. Senator Oberacker was sworn in at the Town of Maryland … more

New Year’s Eve Ball Drop

A small group of New Kingston residents met shortly before midnight on New Year’s Eve to usher in 2021 with a ball drop at the New Kingston Post Office building. Some celebrants viewed the … more
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