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Employee training is priority No. 1 in new economy

Jun 23 2017

To the People: Talk to anyone in business these days about workforce and you are likely to get the same answer. “I have jobs but cannot find anyone suitable to work for me…” So what is the problem? Is there an increasing gap between what the more

Municipalities Unite in Support of Economic Development

Jun 21 2017

If you thought local municipalities exist only to serve their own constituencies think again. In a show of collaboration underscoring that “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts,” the County of Sullivan, Town of Thompson and Town of more

SUNY Sullivan’s Summer courses begin

Jun 21 2017

SUNY Sullivan’s next series of Summer Courses begin June 26 and July 5, with almost two dozen classes to choose from, and with in-state tuition reduced by 33% off the regular rate. The sessions are a combination of online and on campus classes. more

Sullivan County Realtors Look to a Busy Spring

Apr 10 2017

Hope springs eternal… and spring brings eternal hope—at least in the Real Estate business! The heart of the winter season is not always kind to the housing market. Unpredictable weather can cause people looking to cancel showings; sellers can more

Blustein, Shapiro, Rich & Barone, LLP Joins Forces with Richard A. Stoloff PLLC to Expand Legal Services

Apr 08 2017

Hudson Valley law firm Blustein, Shapiro, Rich & Barone, LLP (BSR&B) and Sullivan County Catskills law firm Richard A. Stoloff PLLC – both Investors in the Sullivan County Partnership – have announced an Of Counsel relationship in which more

FisherMears Continues Award-Winning Service

Apr 02 2017

FisherMears Associates, LLC, a boutique marketing communications company in Liberty, recently received two American Graphic Design Awards (AGDA) for their work on the Bethel Woods 10th Anniversary Edition of its Annual Report, and the 2016 Travel more

Getting ‘A-Quaintanced’ with Sullivan Higher Education

Mar 31 2017

When news that SUNY Sullivan President Karin Hilgerson would vacate her post reached New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office last spring, the community college received the kind of phone call the NYS Assistant Secretary of Education would more

Bumpy Travels to the First Green Light

Mar 29 2017

“I happen to think of this as farming,” said Callicoon homeowner Richard Winter of his latest business venture in rural energy and sustainable agriculture. “Farming the sun.” Ten years ago, Winter went looking for place in the mountains, more

New Programs at SUNY Sullivan Geared Toward Casino

Mar 27 2017

As the county, as well as the mid- Hudson region, has been working to ready itself for the March 2018 opening of the new resort casino, SUNY Sullivan has been developing and refining classes and programs designed to provide people with the various more

Montreign’s Army Turning Attention Inward

Mar 22 2017

By the time you read this, the Montreign Resort Casino will be fully enclosed, with interior work ongoing in earnest. “They’re just about done with the curtain wall,” Empire Resorts Executive Vice President Charlie Degliomini confirmed on more