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State Makes It Official – No Mask, No Service Required

Governor Cuomo held his daily press briefing in Brooklyn on Thursday, and said he'd be signing an Executive Order giving business owners in the state the legal right to refuse admission to any customer not wearing a mask. more

Walton UHS Primary Care Extends Hours

As New York state allows measured approaches to re-opening, UHS Delaware Valley Hospital (DVH) will transition to a more “business as usual” approach.   Beginning June 1, the UHS … more

Making Delhi Beautiful

Lucille and Will Frisbee and Dave Truscott (left) of the Delhi Beautification Committee, planted flowers on Courthouse Square in the village in front of the municipal buildings. more

Colchester State Equalization Rate is 2.92% for 2020

COLCHESTER - Colchester Supervisor Art Merrill announced that the Colchester tax equalization rate for 2020 is 2.92%, a decrease from last year’s 2.99%, at a meeting of the council on … more

Community Profiles Introduction

Each week, The Reporter has shared profiles of people who are trying to help during a public health emergency. This week: first hand responses from four members of the staff at UHS Delaware Valley … more

Harpersfield Couple Find Happiness On the Lake And Ever-Evolving Barge

HARPERSFIELD - For leisure time on Canadarago Lake, the Boyle family of Harpersfield goes by the motto “whatever floats your boat” - and for them, it’s a big one.  Bill and … more

Downsville Legion Honors and Remembers the Fallen

DOWNSVILLE - The James S. Moore Legion Post 167 took time on Monday, May 25 in a Memorial Day Ceremony to remember military personnel who have died while serving in the United States Armed … more

Margaretville Memorial Day

Delhi Legion Celebrates

Franklin Memorial Day

Pepacton, Cannonsville Reservoirs Reopen For Boating

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced the reopening of the Cannonsville and Pepacton reservoirs for recreational boating, effective May 29. The opening of boat … more

Walton Memorial Day Ceremonies

WALTON - Two abbreviated Memorial Day ceremonies took place in Walton on Monday, May 25 - one at the Walton Cemetery, followed by one at the World War II Memorial on Stockton Avenue, in front of the … more

Increase In ‘Critical’ Calls To Mobile Crisis Assessment Team

The Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT) has experienced 20% more calls from the end of March through April 2019 in comparison to the same time frame for 2020. MCAT is available to anyone seeking … more

Sidney Airport Gets $30K Federal Boost

SIDNEY - Sidney Municipal Airport, owned by the village of Sidney, received a $30,000 federal grant as part of the federal CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) Act on May 21 through … more

Walton Central School Superintendent Search Narrowed To Two Candidates

WALTON - The second of two finalists for the Walton Central School (WCS) Superintendent search was introduced to the community via a video meeting held on Wednesday, May 20. Finalist Dr. Michael … more

More Regions Reopen, Local Region Sees A Spike In Virus Cases

New York continued its reopening this week as Delaware County saw several new confirmed case of COVID-19. On Monday, the county Public Health Department confirmed a total of 12 cases, with five … more

Unadilla Livestock

An area resident who spent eight hours at the Unadilla Livestock Auction on Saturday, May 16, tested positive for COVID-19, leading the Otsego County Health Department to ask anyone who was there to … more

Two More New Virus Cases Reported

One week after Delaware County was cleared for a partially reopening, the reported cases of COVID in the area continues to climb. more

Unadilla Auction Attendees Told To Watch For Symptoms

The Otsego County Department of Public Health sent out a notice Friday asking anyone who attended the livestock auction at Unadilla Livestock on May 16 to be aware they may have been exposed to the coronavirus. more

Three New Covid Cases As County Reopens

Delaware County reported three new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, less than a week after the region began a phased-in reopening. more
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