Police: 3 arrested in Cairo after allegedly stealing 4-wheeler
CAIRO, N.Y. Three Cairo residents have been arrested on burglary charges after an investigation into a stolen four-wheeler.
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Local dairy farmers convene to halt rapid decline in farms
On Dec. 9, dairy farmers from across Otsego, Delaware, Chenango and Sullivan counties will convene at the Center for Agricultural Development and Entrepreneurship to map out ways they can increase the price for their milk and, in doing so, halt the rapid decline of farming in the region.
State awards $1.6M to aid community care
Two mid-Hudson hospitals and a health care center operator were together awarded $1.6 million by the state to improve community care programs.
Catskills Bureau Confidential: Roscoe Beer Co. plans expansion
Roscoe Beer Co. said in a news release that it can now begin plans to build a larger brewery, either at its 145 Rockland Road location or another site in Roscoe - as well as brew new concoctions.
Steve Israel: Casinos could also bring museums, college programs
Not just for one of the up-to-two slots for the first Catskill casinos - but for what will make each of those proposals special.
Pardoned Staten Island Turkeys Enjoy Thanksgiving Upstate
The pardoned turkeys of Staten Island are enjoying Thanksgiving upstate - though the future for their clan still in the city remains uncertain.
Pagans Win Tax Victory
The Maetreum of Cybele, a 501 3 religious organization, has won an appeal from the denial of its applications for real property tax exemptions in the Town of Catskill, N.Y. The Maetreum is the corporate entity for the Cybeline Revival, a pagan following founded in 1999.
Shaun Roth, Jessica Mancini are married
Mallozzi's, Schenectady, N.Y., was the setting Oct. 19 for the marriage and reception of Catskill, N.Y, residents Jessica Mancini and Shaun Roth.
Valley Explorer: A Thanksgiving journey unites
Each Thanksgiving in the clove between Platte Mountain and Kaaterskills High Peak, neighbors celebrate a faith-filled dinner.
Steve Israel: New casino column will track what's ahead
If Gov. Andrew Cuomo has anything to do with it - and he does, big-time - bet on casinos, even though it will be at least two years before a casino, or two, could rise in the Catskills.
Judge rules in favor of reduced bonding for the Catskill Mountain Railroad
November 13 - Ulster County Supreme Court Judge Richard Mott ruled that he would allow the Catskill Mountain Railroad until November 29 to provide a $75,000 bond to be used for unfulfilled maintenance, repairs and demolition of the Big Indian Trestle when their lease finally ends in 2016, according to an article in today's Times Herald Record .