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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney’s (NY-18) bill, the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coin Act, was signed into law by President Trump. The bill will honor the National Purple … more
When the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh ReStore reopened in mid-June, they were ready to figure out how to navigate operating a retail thrift store during a pandemic. While they had to … more
On December 29 New Windsor Police Officer Levy and Detective Pierri conducted a traffic stop on Route 9W of a vehicle out of Riverhead. During the traffic stop it was determined that the … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today announced significant elements of Ulster County’s Vaccine Distribution Plan. The county has developed its plan in partnership with the Mid-Hudson Regional … more
Leading up to Christmas, different organizations across Newburgh held toy giveaways for children in need this year. Toys for Tots held its annual event at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center. Seraphim … more
Another restaurant is coming to Liberty Street and it might be your new favorite lunch spot. Toasted Newburgh is a new-American soup, sandwich and salad spot that prepares made-to-order delights. Sam … more
On Dec. 9, the Walden Jewish Community Center’s (JCC) congregation did a drive-by event past the home of Sam Liebman, their former president and longtime member of the congregation. The … more
At their meeting last Tuesday, the Montgomery Village Board announced the winners of the Village of Montgomery 33rd Annual House Decorating Contest. This year’s contest featured only three … more
It has been an unprecedented year for everyone, including local governments like the Town of New Windsor. Town Supervisor George Meyers said he is “happy to put 2020 in the rearview … more
The City of Newburgh has continued to serve its community to the best of its ability over the past year, despite the unprecedented pandemic that called for a heightened challenge. Heading into 2021, … more
 Following guidance changes for COVID-19 quarantine requirements from New York State Department of Health, Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack will reopen the Department of Motor Vehicles to … more
The Executive Order 203 Oversight Committee, specifically chairman Ray Harvey and Malvina Holloway from NAACP, the Newburgh-Highland Falls Branch, have expressed their concerns on the City of … more
State Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) honored members of the Marlborough Police and Highway Departments with Liberty Medals for their heroism after a fuel truck overturned on Route 9W, just south … more
The Town of Marlborough Planning Board invited its Town Board colleagues to its Dec. 21 meeting to discuss and resolve statements raised by Councilman Scott Corcoran that there were procedural issues … more
In a recent interview, former Lloyd Supervisor Paul Hansut spoke about the status of his stage four Pancreatic cancer and his following treatments. A diagnosis was made in October 2019 and he chose … more
A special Wreaths Across America ceremony was held at the Ulster County Veterans Cemetery in New Paltz on December 19 as a way to remember and honor more than 850 Veterans who are laid to rest … more
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has named Frank J. Milazzo of Marlboro as chief of its police department. He assumed his new rank last week, during a socially-distanced … more
U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) met last week with Ulster County Executive Patrick Ryan at the Ulster County Office Building in Kingston. The Congressman and County Executive’s … more
Two families lost their home in an early-morning fire, Saturday, on Plains Road in Walden. At 2:32 a.m. on Dec. 26, the Walden, Coldenham and Wallkill Fire Departments were dispatched to a house … more
The Montgomery Town Board moved closer to creating a town-wide ambulance district at their meeting on Dec. 17 when they approved funds to prepare a map, plan and report for a proposed town-wide … more
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