Monthly Archives: May 2020

Sabrina Artel returns to WJFF with Trailer Talk at a new night and time (7p.m. the first and third Wednesday of the month), and with TWO half-hour interviews! Here she has an in-depth conversation with Nancy McGraw, Public Health Director for Sullivan County. May 20   In this […]

Listen: Sabrina Artel from WJFF’s Trailer Talk checks in with ...

Like many local restaurants, the Pickled Owl Gastropub in Hurleyville is operating by offering takeout. We talk about the unofficial start of the busy season, staying connected to customers, and the price of meat doubling. May 20    

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Congressman Antonio Delgado’s Direct Support for Communities Act, which aims to funnel the next round of federal aid to state and county governments, passed with the Heroes Act in the House last week. Now what? Also, what are his constituents saying? May 20.    

Listen: Congressman Antonio Delgado checks in with WJFF

Sullivan Renaissance is now in it’s 20th year and is planning a full season of activity with everything except its traditional judging day. Executive Director Denise Frangipane explains how Renaissance is drawing strength from its past as it helps communities stay strong for a post-pandemic future. May 20 WEBSITE: […]

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If you miss going to the diner, don’t miss the Miss Monticello Diner – they’re open for curbside pick up and delivery. Co-owner George Nikolados tells us business is down, his staff is still employed, and Monticello is getting by with a little kindness. May 19    

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Nicole Vallance is the President of the Callicoon Business Association. On May 18, she spoke with WJFF’s Jason Dole about how Callicoon restaurants are coping as the summer season approaches but COVID-19 restrictions remain. She also shared an update on the re-opening of the Callicoon Caffè, following a fire in […]

Listen: How Callicoon Restaurants Are Coping With Coronavirus Restrictions

Wayne County leaders worked to get Wayne declared “Yellow” so more businesses can begin opening. County Commissioner Jocelyn Cramer happily announces that will happen next week and reminds residents to “stay smart,” wear masks, and maintain social distancing. MAY 15      

Listen: County Commissioner Jocelyn Cramer announces Wayne County declared “Yellow”