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On Sunday, March 7, the Leptondale Bible Church held a special service acknowledging their renovations. A new elevator has been installed, which will help handicapped as well as older members of … more
Montgomery Town Board members, Maybrook Village Board members as well as town residents spoke highly of the Galaxy Project at last Monday’s joint public hearing. Galaxy Limited has … more
At last Tuesday’s Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education meeting, Michael Pacella, assistant superintendent for business, revealed that the district’s preliminary budget for … more
The proposed 2021-2022 budget that was presented at last Monday’s Valley Central School District (VCSD) Board of Education meeting touted a continuation of solid programs, dependable … more
Last Tuesday the Business Council of Greater Montgomery presented a $4,300 check to the Town of Montgomery Food Pantry. These funds were raised from the organization’s month-long Dine for … more
At the Montgomery Town Board meeting on March 4, Stephanie Giufre was named the town’s citizen of the month for March. She earned the award after dining at almost all of the restaurants … more
The Town of Montgomery is working hard to replace the Hill Street Bridge in the Village of Walden. Montgomery Town Supervisor Brian Maher provided updates on the project at the Walden Village Board … more
With a third vaccine, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, made available, more and more residents have been able to get vaccinated. This week, Orange County is holding vaccination distributions … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp., along with representatives from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), Mitsubishi and the City University of New York (CUNY) … more
Catholic Charities, serving not only Orange County but Sullivan and Ulster Counties as well, has stepped up to the plate to offer a multifaceted, intersectional approach during the pandemic to ensure … more
In its continuing effort to protect its natural environment, safeguard resources from over-development and limit the loss of natural habitats, the Gardiner Town Board unanimously authorized a … more
This year’s village elections in Maybrook, Montgomery and Walden yielded no changes in the municipalities’ leadership.  Candidates were competing for two open two-year seats in … more
County Executive Pat Ryan announced that the Ulster County Department of Health has introduced new guidance for schools to safely re-open for in-person learning. Ulster County prioritized … more
Ulster County businesses will be able to open more fully in the coming weeks, thanks to new state regulations that will permit weddings to occur and arts and entertainment venues to reopen, as well … more
On February 25 Lloyd Planning Board held a public hearing on the Silver Gardens senior living project. The proposal calls for a three-story, 55,000 sq/ft complex containing 57 units for … more
When a famous baseball player hangs up his cleats they often permanently retire his number but when a family dentist does the same, we’re not sure what to call it. But one thing is for certain, … more
You may soon see the Town of Marlborough police wearing body cameras — if the county, state or federal governments provide funding for their purchase, that is. The introduction of the … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is praising today’s announcement regarding the COVID-19 vaccination process in New York State, calling it “a good first step.” “I … more
Roberto Minuta, 36, owner of Casa Di Dolore Tattoo Parlor located at 784 Broadway in the City of Newburgh, was arrested on Monday for his alleged involvement in the January 6 U.S. Capitol riots. … more
The question of when the City of Newburgh will hold council meetings in person again was brought up at the March 4 work session. Corporation counsel Michelle Kelson said the switch to a remote … more
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