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Forecasters are predicting high temperatures in the 90s and triple digit heat indexes across the Hudson Valley. Extreme heat is a very significant hazard, and many City residents are especially vulnerable to the dangers presented during extreme heat. As such, the City of Newburgh is taking many steps to address these concerns, and encourages the public to utilize the wide range of services and activities. more
The Gardiner Library presents a summer music series featuring Hudson Valley based singer-songwriters performing in the round style. The next show takes place on July 20 from 2 to 4 p.m. featuring … more
Gardiner Library hosts a presentation by Dr. Willie Yee entitled “Apollo 11 and After: What We Have Learned About the Moon” on Tuesday July 23 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. more
America Rows and Swims Newburgh is a not for profit foundation which provides free swim classes for children in the Newburgh / New Windsor area, every Sunday from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM, at the Union … more
Slime: sticky, colorful, and stretchy, every kid’s dream. Luckily this dream can become a reality every month at the Highland Public Library. The library has been putting on their monthly … more
The Town of Montgomery’s interim building inspector painted a bleak picture of the building department at Thursday night’s town meeting when he described it as understaffed, underfunded … more
If you want to learn more about Marion Mohr Wild’s legacy, look no further than the Montgomery Village Museum. Her legacy is in the pages and pages of notes written in elegant, slanted cursive, … more
Rows of cars sat gleaming in the sun, their hoods popped open, in Walden’s village square last Saturday. Car enthusiasts sat beside their prized possessions in lawn chairs, hopping up to show … more
This week City of Newburgh residents can expect excessive heat conditions with “feels like” temperatures approaching 105 degrees. more
Sotero Ramos, Jr., Philippine Police Brigadier General Police Attaché, visited the Pine Bush Law and Leadership Academy on June 9 to teach students about Filipino culture and police … more
Short-term rental owners shared concerns about a proposed short-term rental (STR) law at a Gardiner town board meeting on July 9. The draft law requires STR owners to register with the town code … more
For the first time since it opened, an increase in taxes for the Gardiner Library will be on the ballot in November. The proposed 2020 budget is an increase of 20 percent, from approximately … more
The Montgomery town board approved a resolution to express support for the Friends’ of Benedict Park’s project to create a bridge connecting Veteran’s Memorial Park in the Village … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus is advising residents to take precautions to protect themselves and their families during the high heat advisory days that the region is expecting this weekend. more
On Wednesday, July 10, at approximately 11:47 a.m. the Town of Marlborough Police Department was dispatched to a report of a rollover motor vehicle accident involving a fuel truck in the area of 1650 … more
On July 1, the Marlboro School Board approved a five-year employment contract with Superintendent Michael Brooks. The annual salary is $212,953 and he receives an additional $5,000 in a buyout of … more
Stephen DiLorenzo was chosen to be the Grand Marshal of this year’s Ulster County Volunteer Firemen’s Association and Parade Convention that is scheduled for July 27 and is being hosted … more
As President Donald Trump declared that the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) would begin a series of raids throughout the country, in order to begin the deportation process for … more
Marlborough Democrats and Republicans have chosen their candidates for the fall election. There are several positions open; Town Supervisor, two Town Council seats, Highway Superintendent and Town … more
New York State Attorney General Letitia James last week announced another round of grants thats address the growing statewide issue of “zombie homes” – vacant or abandoned homes … more
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