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The annual Pine Bush UFO fair, now in its ninth year, held Saturday on Main Street in Pine Push is an ode to the town’s lofty perch among the most well known area for reported UFO and Alien … more
The boarded-up, dilapidated building at 305 Homestead Avenue in Maybrook has peeling paint and visible holes. One Maybrook resident wants something done about the eyesore, also known as the red … more
For many pedestrians crossing the Lake Street corridor is a nightmare. The wide street and lack of road paint or pedestrian lights make it nearly impossible to cross safely. The City of Newburgh … more
John Brown and Leonard Brown, of the Historic Brown Family Farm, LLC, filed an appeal to overturn the use determination for BHT-Montgomery, which could lead to the project being rejected by the Town … more
In the documentary video about the restoration of the Statue of Liberty produced by CBS News in 1986, veteran newscaster Rolland Smith asks one of the ironworkers if he ever thought about the … more
This month, Repair Café marks its 6th anniversary at the New Paltz United Methodist Church. Inspired by an idea from Amsterdam Holland in 2013, a few folks decided to organize an alternative … more
This year’s tentative assessment letters have sent many City of Newburgh residents into confusion with large changes in property assessments. City Assessor, Joanne Majewski, blames a large … more
The town board weighed several options to deal with noise complaints at a town board meeting on May 7, including noise monitoring of a nuisance campground, banning all amplified noise and sending … more
Newburgh Courtroom one was filled with leaders in the Orange County Community and friends and family ready to support the five individuals graduating from Drug Treatment Court on May 15. One by one … more
Real Estate Agent Dickie Baxter will receive Orange County Rural Development Advisory Corporation’s (RDAC) Alice Dickinson Award at the annual Legacy Dinner on May 29. Created in memory of … more
A decade after issuing bonds to fund the construction of its new Town Hall, the Town of Shawangunk is examining the possibility of refinancing the bonds in order to save a sizable amount of money. … more
On May 15, a video involving the torture and murder of a cat was circulated among South Middle School students before being discovered by Dr. Lisa Buon who brought in the City of Newburgh Police … more
The Lake Drive Bridge was closed on May 8 and will undergo construction through 2020. The bridge will be completely removed and closed off to pedestrians at the end of the summer. The structure of … more
Majestic Park in Gardiner is getting a makeover: two community murals will be painted on its walls this year. Committee members Joshua Platt and Andy Lewis presented the project to the town board at … more
The Montgomery Nursey School will host a free event commemorating its 50th anniversary on Memorial Day. Everyone is invited to honor veterans and watch students perform patriotic songs. Nursery … more
The long holiday weekend that kicks off the summer season is also a time to pause and remember those who made the supreme sacrifice. Many communities will have their own observances this weekend.A … more
Orange County Community College (SUNY Orange) will utilize an $8,991 grant from the State University of New York (SUNY) to create a pre-employment training program in partnership with LEGOLAND New … more
The New York State Police announce the arrest of Tyrell Wood, age 23, of Poughkeepsie, for Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance in the 3rd degree, a class B Felony, and Criminal Possession of … more
Each year the Ulster County Police Chiefs Association hosts an awards dinner to recognize those in law enforcement and civilians who have gone above and beyond in serving their communities.On May 8 … more
The Plattekill town hall was filled with residents interested in hearing more about a proposed Thomas Felton Project during the the May 15 Plattekill Town Board meeting. Dwight Dougherty gave a … more
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