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Better together: Off Road Maple

FRANKLIN – Off Road Maple is a family-owned maple farm in Franklin owned by the Jordan family whose love for the operation is evident by the warm, welcoming environment in their recently built … more

March is Maple Month

Assemblyman Brian Miller’s resolution declaring March as Pure New York State Maple Month was passed today in the Assembly. “There is much to celebrate when it comes to maple production … more

Walton continues Lactalis negotiations

WALTON - Walton trustees held a special meeting Monday, March 13, and authorized the purchase of four body cameras from Axion at a cost of $10,000.  The purchase includes video storage with a … more

7 ways to know it’s time to raise prices

The tongue in cheek answer to this question is that it’s time to raise prices when your revenue is no longer covering your expenses. But don’t ever wait that long! Instead, you’ll … more

Stamford to hold town road ATV use public hearing April 12

STAMFORD - Stamford councilmembers discussed the parameters of a proposed law to allow all-terrian and utility terrain vehicles on town roads, at a meeting held March 8. Members of the 607 Riders … more

Franklin blood drive April 13

New York State Assemblyman Brian Maher will host a blood drive April 13 from 12:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Franklin Fire Department, 351 Main Street, Franklin. Those wishing to donate may call … more

DelCo schedules foreclosure auction for April 1

DELHI – Multiple county-foreclosed properties will be auctioned Saturday, April 1, Delaware County Treasurer Beverly Shields reported to finance committee members at a meeting March 8. The … more

Mental health professionals at UHS Primary Care Walton

WALTON - In an effort to address the shortage of mental health professionals in the area, United Health Services Delaware Valley Hospital has brought two full-time professionals to its primary care, … more

Molinaro hosts Walton town hall

WALTON – Congressman Marc Molinaro, representing New York’s 19th Congressional District, held his ninth town hall in Walton, Monday, March 13, on a tour of the district. Molinaro … more

Essay nets $1K for humane society

Delhi Price Chopper employee, Kat Reeves, was excited to present the Heart of the Catskills Humane Society with $1,000 from a grant awarded after the essay she wrote as part of the grant application … more

The Bovina Farmer

How does evolving from the same amoeba make us compatible? more

Middletown authorizes property tax exemptions for firefighter/EMS volunteers

MIDDLETOWN - At their March 8 meeting, Middletown councilmembers passed a local law authorizing property tax exemptions for volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers. The law allows up to 10% real … more
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