Daily Archives: October 28, 2020


Move Sullivan, Sullivan County’s year-old public transportation system, is about to take the next step forward. Move Sullivan buses have continued running throughout the pandemic, and starting November 2, the routes will be expanded to meet public demand. In addition to realignments of some existing stops to better serve riders, […]

Move Sullivan to Expand Service


This Thursday, at 6 pm, the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello is hosting a dramatic reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s story, “The Tell-Tale Heart” presented as a murder trial. Poe Museum Education Coordinator, Dean Knight, will be doing the reading and he joined us live on air from […]

Listen: The Tell-Tale Heart in Monticello, Virtually


They refer to it as the epidemic within the pandemic: the opioid crisis has more complicated deadly during the pandemic. Shannon Kelly, Chief Operating Officer of Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster spoke to us about the current rise of substance abuse in Sullivan County, the difficulties in treating […]

Listen: Catholic Charities, Substance Abuse, “Epidemic within the Pandemic”



Back in April, the IRS sent stimulus checks to incarcerated people. Later, the IRS decided people in prison shouldn’t be getting checks. Last week, a federal judge ordered them to reverse that reversal. Erika Lorshbough, Deputy Policy Director for the NYCLU, explains all of the twists, turns, and implications of […]

Listen: NYCLU Update