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2024 News Archives

Sullivan County Youth Bureau

Monticello, NY – The Sullivan County Youth Bureau is now accepting grant applications from organizations which serve children and youth within Sullivan County.

The Youth Bureau receives monies annually from the Sullivan County Legislature to fund youth programming within Sullivan County. Eligible applicants include private nonprofit organizations, schools and municipalities.


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Fire Training Attendees

Participants included, standing from the left, Woodbourne FD Chief James Tavormina, Workforce Solutions Trainer Zachary Hottel, Workforce Solutions Trainer Jill Holland, Sullivan County 911 and EMS Coordinator Alex Rau, Lake Huntington FD Commissioner/Firefighter Jenna Sayers, Woodbourne FD Captain Jesse Payne, Neversink FD EMS Captain Ann Bivins, Lehigh County (PA) Emergency…

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Liberty, NY – Sullivan County’s Department of Community Services is pleased to announce the resumption of walk-in service for those seeking mental health, substance use and/or other therapeutic assistance, starting in mid-February.

“We were forced by the COVID-19 pandemic to go to appointments only, but since that crisis has passed and our staffing levels have risen sufficiently, we…

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a person standing on top of a snow covered field

Hurleyville, NY - Come out and celebrate winter with the Sullivan O&W Rail Trail Alliance on Saturday, February 24th at 10 AM on the historic O&W Rail Trail in Hurleyville.

The SnO&W started in 2020 as a snowshoe fun run and walk and rotates locations each year to feature a different segment of the Sullivan O&W Rail Trail.

Participants are encouraged to bring…

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Fred Scholl

Fred Scholl

Hurleyville, NY – Every year in a celebration of all that is unserious, Americans tune in to see if Pennsylvania's famed “Seer of Seers,” Punxsutawney Phil, will emerge from his den and see his shadow. Should the sun shine on that day - casting a shadow that Phil sees - he will with absolute certainty predict six more weeks of winter.


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Nancy Buck

Monticello, NY – For the 33rd consecutive time, the Sullivan County Treasurer’s Office has been accorded the Financial Reporting Achievement Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). The County also received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the GFOA.

The award was given after an impartial panel of judges determined the County’…

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Monticello, NY – The NYS Office for the Aging will celebrate Older New Yorkers’ Day on Tuesday, May 14, 2024, and Sullivan County has an opportunity to include up to two local honorees!

At the ceremony in Albany, all honorees will receive a package that includes:

•           A commemorative pin

•    …

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Liberty, NY – The Sullivan County Welfare Fraud Task Force has made the following arrests:

  • November 2, 2023 – Ciera M. Hatch, 31, of Liberty, was arrested and charged with Welfare Fraud in the 4th Degree, a Class E felony, and Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the 1st Degree, a Class E felony. It is alleged that Hatch stole SNAP benefits from the…
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Campsite Road Detour

Livingston Manor, NY – The Sullivan County Division of Public Works has closed a portion of Campsite Road in the Town of Rockland to repair County Bridge 304, which was damaged by a car accident this past weekend.

Better known as the Beaverkill Covered Bridge, County Bridge 304 is a 98-foot span across the Beaverkill north of Livingston Manor and Roscoe, near…

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The Sullivan County Legislature

The new Sullivan County Legislature includes, standing from the left, District 6 Legislator Luis Alvarez, District 9 Legislator Terry Blosser-Bernardo, District 7 Legislator Joseph Perrello, District 1 Legislator Matt McPhillips, District 3 Legislator Brian McPhillips, District 4 Legislator Nicholas Salomone Jr., District 5 Legislator Catherine Scott and District 8 Legislator…

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