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Farmer’s market or bazaar?

Is the Meet Me in Marlborough Farmers Market actually a flea market? Town Legislator Thomas Corcoran posed the question to the Marlborough Town Board June 14 on behalf of curious constituents who …

Marlborough Republicans nominate November candidates

At last week’s caucus, Marlborough Republicans chose their slate of candidates for the November election. For the local town positions, Scott Corcoran was nominated for Supervisor; John Alonge …

Plattekill Democrats choose slate

At their June 8th caucus, Plattekill Democrats chose their slate of candidates for the fall elections.Judy Mayle and Mike Lembo competed for the nomination for Town Supervisor, the only contested …

Ulster earns silver recertification in Climate Smart program

Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan has announced that Ulster County has renewed its Silver-level certification in the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation’s (DEC’s) Climate Smart …

Decking installed at Milton Pier

Last week the long-awaited decking for the southern pier at the Milton Landing arrived and was lowered into place by a crane. The decking was made in Westchester County, assembled in Verplanck …
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Mark Crook receives Mancinelli award

On Wednesday, June 9, American Legion Post 1796- New Windsor gave the Anthony Mancinelli Award to NFA main Senior, Mark Crook, in recognition of his academic achievements and his …

College news

Christian LoBiondo of Newburgh received his class ring on May 15 at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. The Ring Dance at the U.S. Air Force Academy is a formal ball that is …

College news

Shelby Maguire from New Paltz has been named to St. Lawrence University’s Dean’s List for achieving academic excellence during the Spring 2021 semester.Maguire attended New Paltz Central …

Marlboro MS modified baseball has a winning season

The Marlboro modified boys went 9-0 this season. They scored 96 runs this year while only giving up 12 runs (only 7 earned). As a team they compiled 112 hits, all 21 players reached base during the …

Cahill announces 2021 Summer Reading and Exercise Challenge

As we approach the end of an historic school year it is once again time for the Summer Reading and Exercise Challenge. Sponsored by Assemblymember Kevin A. Cahill (D – Ulster, Dutchess) and in …
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Back row L to R- PE Teacher Shane Regan, Principal Dan McDonald, Voices United 4 Change Program Coordinator Anne-Marie Freitas, School Counselor Allie Riker. Front row- top student fundraisers L to R - Troy Dysard, Jacob Forgit, Kayleigh Gardner, Addison Gardner.

East Coldenham students walk a mile

During the week of May 24, 2021, East Coldenham students participated in the 5th Annual Walk a Mile for Children’s Mental Health.  …

College news

Alec Sullivan of Rock Tavern was among 12 members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2021, along with graduates from East …

Armory Unity Center launches women’s AAU basketball team

The Newburgh Armory Unity Center is pleased to announce the launch of two AAU Ladies Basketball teams for girls in 4th and 5th grades …
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Rocking Horse welcomes Hartwell-Kelly as GM

Rocking Horse Ranch is happy to welcome C.J. Hartwell-Kelly to the team. C.J. comes to The Ranch following 15 years as the General …

Vails Gate FD unveils blueprint for the future

On Thursday, June 10, the Vails Gate Board of Fire Commissioners hosted a public informational session to discuss the newly proposed …

City considers revamping police department

Some structural changes could be coming to the City of Newburgh Police Department. The council will hold a public hearing on July …