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Hundreds of New Yorkers, including local Hudson Valley residents and others from Manhattan and Brooklyn, expressed their opposition to the Danskammer Power Plant in a two-part public hearing comment … more
After a lengthy time in the site plan process, the Lloyd Planning Board recently approved The Views at Highland, a mixed use, two building development project, each with two-stories on a 3 acre site. … more
The Town of Lloyd Events Committee hosted an Easter drive-thru for kids at the Highland Elementary last Saturday. About 180 families signed up for time slots that allowed an orderly flow of cars in … more
On March 30 Lloyd resident Maureen Flaherty sent a letter to the Town Clerk & Records Officer Wendy Rosinski, Supervisor Fred Pizzuto, Zoning Board Chairman John Litts and Building Department … more
The Town of Marlborough Planning Board flew through a short agenda Monday April 5, though no approvals were prescribed — none of the applications were fully completed as they were presented on … more
The City of Newburgh Human Rights Commission met at the end of March for a community conversation with elected officials to discuss the response in the community in regards to the COVID-19 … more
Join violinist Tessa Clark and composer-bassist Michael Thurber for an evening of innovative and high-energy music April 11 at 8 pm, the eighth in the ALIVEmusica concert series, co-presented by … more
The Town of New Windsor held their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday April 3 at Kristi Babcock Memorial Park. To follow proper Covid 19 safety protocols there were six time slots with a maximum 35 … more
Patricia Maher, sister of Montgomery Town Supervisor Brian Maher, will challenge incumbent Mike Anagnostakis in the Orange County Legislator, District 17 Republican Primary. This is the former … more
On Friday, March 19, Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy received an email from the New York State Comptroller’s Office informing him that their review of the 2020 Annual Update Document for Maybrook … more
For nearly 25 straight years, Suzan and Steve Karinchak have been watching their kids play baseball. Whether it was at local Little League fields, Valley Central, college or a big-league ballpark, it … more
The Wallkill Lions Club along with volunteer help from the Wallkill Senior High School Leo’s Club hosted a drive-thru Easter event Saturday at Popp Memorial Park in the Hamlet of Wallkill. … more
At last Wednesday’s Montgomery Town Board meeting the board unanimously adopted Local Law No. 2 of 2021, which amends Local Law No. 1 of 2002 entitled “Dog Control.” The law was … more
Kids and parents alike will be happy with the news that the Town of Shawangunk’s Summer Camp will return this year. After the camp was closed last summer due to the pandemic, the town board … more
Registration for the Town of Gardiner Summer Recreation Camp is now open. The camp will run from Monday, July 5 to Friday, Aug. 13. During that time frame, camp will take place Monday-Friday from … more
At the Maybrook Village Board special work session on Thursday, April 1, several members of the Maybrook Village Board commended Mayor Dennis Leahy for his hard work and stated that he deserves at … more
New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Vincent Sapienza has announced that work has been completed on the final concrete lining for the Delaware Aqueduct Bypass … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo last week announced three major Port Authority of New York and New Jersey initiatives to re-energize New York Stewart International Airport and the surrounding region as air … more
A three-vehicle crash, Tuesday afternoon on the southbound Thruway in the Town of Newburgh is believed to have claimed one life. The accident occurred minutes before 3 p.m. at at 59.8, near where … more
Orange Lake Firefighters responded to a structure fire in the early morning of April 4 at 155 Meadow Hill Road.  As Orange Lake units pulled up flames were shooting out of the roof area. … more
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