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After significant disagreements and charges of a lack of information at the March 25th Marlboro School Board, their members scheduled a special meeting two days later and voted on what the schedule … more
Last spring Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued Executive Order 203, requiring all municipalities across the state to have local law enforcement and community members compile Police Reform and Reinvention Plans … more
During the pandemic the Town of Marlborough has not let the little things slip away for the children. They gave out candy for Halloween, drove Santa around town to greet the kids in December and last … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Tuesday updated New Yorkers on the state’s vaccination program. 172,128 doses have been administered across the state’s vast distribution network in the last 24 … more
With the close of the petition filing period for 2021 elections last week, the Ulster County Democratic Committee (UCDC) is pleased to announce that the Board of Elections deemed all petitions for … more
At the end of 2020, the NAACP Newburgh-Highland Falls Branch, began to express its concern regarding the City of Newburgh’s approach to New York State’s executive order 203, which calls … more
Newburgh’s young chess players will soon see a revival of in-person matches, after over a year of playing online, thanks to a collaboration with Gita Nandan of ADS Warehouse Gallery, who … more
Between Shoy Colbourne’s passion and experience for education, he believes he is the right fit for the Newburgh Enlarged City School District’s open seat. Colbourne, 33, relocated from … more
The City of Newburgh is pleased to announce the resumption of its bulk item pickup program starting Wednesday, April 28, 2021. The bulk item pickup program will resume on a bi-monthly basis for the … more
The Town of New Windsor’s recreation department is now eyeing what it would take to bring a dog park to the town, after a request was made from Town Supervisor George Meyers. Recreation … more
Town of Newburgh resident Jessica Barr, 22, decided to chase her dreams following her graduation from SUNY New Paltz. For her, that meant making the switch from pursuing her journalism major to … more
Athletes from Hook Elite Boxing, owned and operated by Newburgh resident Leonard Lee, have headed to Louisiana for the national championship for boxing. Eleven youth boxers, including both girls and … more
The superintendent’s proposed budget for 2021-2022 that was presented at last Monday night’s Valley Central School District Board of Education meeting featured a 2.66 percent increase … more
At a Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education meeting last month, Michael Pacella, assistant superintendent for business, provided updates to the district’s capital improvements … more
The Archdiocese of New York is considering closing the Catholic Church of The Assumption in Maybrook. Parishioner Joe Raiti noted that the potential closure is a matter of economics and manpower. … more
The Town of Crawford Police Benevolent Association (PBA) held a drive-thru Easter event on Saturday, March 27 at the Pine Bush High School. Drivers were directed through the parking lot to a station … more
The Town Board of Gardiner held a special meeting March 16 to further discuss the controversial short term rental law, but left without any concrete resolutions. The members did, however, identify … more
The Walden Village Board meeting on Tuesday, March 23 was Susan Taylor’s last as mayor and she offered some parting remarks in the waning moments of the gathering. She has served on the village … more
On Wednesday, March 24, community leaders and activists came together at the Safe Harbors Green in Newburgh to call for a $3.5 billion excluded workers fund, which would support undocumented workers, … more
The massive Mohonk Preserve may soon grow by nearly 25 acres, which seems insignificant compared to its 8,000 existing acres, but is being done with the intention of better protecting the Hudson … more
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