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Sullivan County's China City project inches forward
One of the most ambitious - and unique - projects Sullivan County and this region have ever seen took a tentative step forward in the approval process Wednesday night.
Liberty man charged with grand larceny
Village police reported Monday that they charged Jimmy Pagan, 46, of Liberty, with the theft of money and a debit card.
Catskills Confidential: Sullivan considers putting deputies in schools to boost safety
Sullivan County's school superintendents held a discussion Friday about possibly using sheriff's deputies as school resource officers for additional security - the same day a student shot and wounded two schoolmates at the Centennial, Colo., high school before killing himself.
Resnicks now own most of Main Street
Visions of a minor league baseball team, dining and shopping opportunities, a park and a nightclub have been batted around.
Objections to tax breaks for proposed Sullivan resort
One member of the Sullivan County Industrial Agency is questioning whether the IDA should give tax breaks on infrastructure improvements to a $120 million resort project in Fallsburg before a 100-room hotel is ready to be built.
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Fallsburg Officer reflects on receiving Medal of Valor
When a roof collapsed at a Mobil gas station in Liberty, Army National Guard Sergeant Martin Gonzalez and two other Police Officers had seconds to make a decision that would ultimately save two lives.
Police to determine if fight, fire are connected
LOCH SHELDRAKE Town of Fallsburg police are investigating whether confrontation between two teens and a fire at the same location are connected.
Students seek food donations Saturday at Monticello ShopRite
The Monticello-Fallsburg Rotary Club, the Interact Club of Monticello High School, the Interact Club of Fallsburg High School and community service students will be collecting food donations from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Monticello ShopRite.
Schools, governments will get share of settlement
Several area school districts and municipalities will get a small share of an $11 million settlement with CA Inc., a company accused of overbilling clients for computer software maintenance.