New Website with Multiple Languages to Kick Off National Farmers Market Week

multiple languages; Hebrew and Spanish

The Sullivan Catskills Farmers’ Markets collective is inviting the community to join in the celebration of farmers’ markets during National Farmers’ Market Week. The markets have special activities or events scheduled such as a book signing, live music, and cooking demos.  This year, the collective is launching a new website to kick off National Farmers…

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New Look and New Life for the Exit 106 Roundabout in Thompson

town welcome sign

The finishing touches have been put on the circular area within the Exit 106 roundabout in the Town of Thompson. A beautiful new sign and thoughtful landscaping replace what was once just grass. It’s all thanks to support from Sullivan County and funding from the Sullivan Renaissance 2021 Municipal Partnership grant. Now, thousands of drivers…

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Providing direction throughout the Forest Reserve at Smallwood

take the maple trail to access several more trail loops

The Forest Reserve at Smallwood offers a dog park, walking loop, and five intersecting hiking trails throughout 134 acres of mixed hardwoods and conifers on hills, flats, and wetlands. Sightings and evidence of bear, beaver, coyote, deer, muskrat, turtles, heron, and array of other birds and wildlife can be witnessed. Opened 365 days a year.…

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Sullivan Fresh Community Cupboard delivers meals, hope

Sullivan Fresh Community Cupboard

Cornell CALS by Melissa Jo Hill Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County Program Managers Martin Colavito and Thomas Bosket have been working hard to ensure folks stay fed despite the kinks in the food supply chain and food access through Sullivan Fresh Community Cupboard. In partnership with Sullivan Allies Leading Together (SALT), area school districts, the…

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On the Trail of History in Hawley

Lackawaxen River

By The Settlers Inn at Bingham Park in Hawley, PA A bridge to the past. A link for the present. A vision for the future. The recently opened Hawley Trail is many things. Most importantly, it’s a key component to a 5.5-mile trail system that will stretch from Palmyra Township through The Settlers Inn property,…

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Exploring History: 1969 Woodstock Music & Arts Fair

Bethel Heritage Tour photo op with Love Bug

The River Reporter — The Bethel Heritage Trail, part of the town’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Music & Arts Fair, was launched with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on August 12. The trail is a permanent outdoor photo display in locations throughout the town. Each display has a description and interesting facts…

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