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In Search of Big Buddies

The Delaware Opportunities Big Buddy Program is seeking adult volunteers in Delaware and Otsego counties. Local Little Buddies, aged 5-14, are looking to be matched with positive role models who are … more

Tips To New Yorkers On Upcoming Outreach For the Census

The New York State Division of Consumer Protection (DCP) has issued guidance to New Yorkers about census takers who will be visiting homes that haven’t yet responded to the Census. To encourage … more

CWC Annual Meeting, Election of Officers, and 2019 Report

A crowd of Watershed officials, state and federal agency representatives and regional partners attended the Catskill Watershed Corporation’s (CWC) annual meeting of member towns on Aug. 4 via … more

Hancock Soldier Receives New Rank, Responsibilities

Major General Ray Shields, the Adjutant General for the State of New York, announced the recent promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for … more

Drive-Thru Food Pantry at CVCS

There will be a drive-thru food pantry at Charlotte Valley Central School, 15611 State Highway 23, Davenport, on Tuesday, Aug. 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Community members are welcome to pick … more

Expect Delays On CR11 Due To Roadwork

Delaware County Department of Public Works crews started to mill rebates on County Route 11 in the town of Davenport on Tuesday, Aug. 11, in preparation for paving which will take two days, weather … more

New Delhi School Super At Hamden Meeting

The Hamden town board members were formally introduced to the new Delaware Academy Central School District Superintendent at the regular monthly meeting on Aug. 5. Delaware County Senior Planner and … more

Walton Town Justice Retires, Local Dogs Pose Potential Safety Concerns

WALTON- Supervisor Joe Cetta read a letter from Town Justice Carl Gregory, announcing his intent to retire after 43 years as of Dec. 31, 2020, at the town council meeting Monday, Aug. 10. A … more

Miller Distributes Hand Sanitizer To Local Libraries

Assemblyman Brian Miller recently delivered free hand sanitizer to local libraries in Delaware County, including the Andes Public Library, the Cannon Free Library in Delhi and Bovina Public Library … more

Families May Receive An Unexpected Benefit

Relief may be on the way to some local families. The closure of schools in March due to COVID-19 added stress to families in many ways. Not only were parents trying to work either from home or at … more

Two Franklin Roads May Be Abandoned

The regular monthly meeting of the town of Franklin met in Treadwell at the Kellogg Community Center pavilion on Aug. 5. The meetings have been held there in order to comply with COVID-19 distancing … more

Stretching Seasons

WALTON - The seasons in Delaware County seem to be shifting and stretching, according to Walton Weather Observer Frank Ward. Ward monitors Walton’s weather, reporting it daily to the National … more

Walton Women Support 2020 WCS Graduates

NYS Women’s Inc is a local group of women who promote other women in their professional pursuits. Their yearly community service project is the AMBA blood screening tests that are offered … more

Walton Mayor Public Social Media Posts Spark Censure Petition

WALTON - Walton Mayor Steve Condon has been called upon by the Young Progressives of Delaware County, an activist group for change, via a circulating petition on change.org to publicly apologize to … more

AG James Announces $10 Million For Homeowners During COVID-19 Crisis

Attorney General Letitia James announced $10 million in grant funding as part of a total $20 million allocation to support New York homeowners struggling with foreclosure. The Homeowner Protection … more

Emergency Staff: Wear Helmets

The Emergency Department staff of UHS Delaware Valley Hospital is safe and ready to care for any unexpected and/or serious illness or injury in spite of the coronavirus pandemic.  Wear a … more

Reminder: Unsolicited Telemarketing Calls Are Prohibited During State of Emergency

The New York State Division of Consumer Protection reminds businesses and consumers about state law related to telemarketing activity during a declared state of emergency. On Dec. 18, 2019, Governor … more

Sen. Metzger, Local Leaders and Veteran Advocates Celebrate Passage of Bill Proclaiming 9/22 ‘Veteran Suicide Awareness and Remembrance Day’

State Senator Jen Metzger (SD-42) held a press conference Friday, July 24, with local leaders and veterans advocates outside the American Legion Post 151 in Wallkill to announce the State … more

Mislabeled Packages Of Seeds Being Sent From China

In a statement by New York State Commissioner of Agriculture Richard A. Ball on unsolicited, mislabeled packages of seeds being sent from China:  “Our office has received questions from … more

CCE Presents: To Market, To Market

A class called “To Market, To Market” sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) will help participants develop a product or service from start to finish. Local CCE educators … more
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