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Since May 2020 the nearly $20 million Vision 2020 Capital Project has been underway at all three Marlboro school campuses. Last week the School Board gave an overview of the progress of the work that … more
The Town of Marlborough Planning Board is one step closer to developing an updated and comprehensive site plan checklist with a goal of eliminating redundancies and saving applications … more
At the end of last week, over a thousand City of Newburgh residents were vaccinated against COVID-19, between a county-run site at SUNY Orange and another pop-up vaccination site at the Newburgh … more
At the end of February, James Petro, the former Planning and Zoning Coordinator and Property Development Manager for the Town of New Windsor, and Richard McGoey, the former contracted Town Engineer, … more
Town of Newburgh residents and Democrats Terri Blancato-Horton and Donette Smith have announced their run together for the two open Town of Newburgh town board seats, calling this campaign season the … more
Resorts World Hudson Valley is coming to the Newburgh Mall in the former Bon Ton, currently Jennifer Furniture space, with plans to attract other tenants in hopes of filling the 17 empty storefronts … more
Bob Sklarz announced his run for re-election for City of Newburgh city council ward three. His plans to seek re-election come after him being on the council since 2019 after winning a special … more
Sr. Cecilia Murray, OP, a Dominican Sister of Hope and adjunct professor of Religious Studies at Mount Saint Mary College, will present “The Dominican Contemplative Life, Ever Ancient, Ever … more
Wednesday afternoon, the Orange County Chamber of Commerce joined Joe Cugine, owner of Jersey Mike’s Subs in the town of Newburgh, in celebration of their grand opening. Joe owns three … more
On February 19, 2021, a Grand Opening Event was held for Ready Coffee. Located at 61 North Plank Road (Route 32) in the Town of Newburgh, Ready Coffee serves an array of hand-crafted coffee that is … more
Two young woman entrepreneurs, Clarissa Godinez and Glenny Medina, have moved into their very own brick and mortar at 118 Liberty Street, selling clothing and accessories from their different, yet … more
Firefighters from 13 departments and eight towns spent Friday afternoon extinguishing a fire that destroyed Watchtower Farms’ sawmill in the Town of Shawangunk. According to the … more
A Walden native and Valley Central graduate was killed in the line of duty, Friday, while serving with the Stanley (VA) Police Department. According to multiple news reports, Officer Dominic … more
Customers to businesses on State Route 52 in the Hamlet of Pine Bush will soon feel safer. Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C., an engineering, planning, environmental and landscape architecture firm … more
Candidates for mayor, trustee and village justice will run uncontested in this year’s Village of Walden election. John Ramos will soon take a two-year term as mayor while Lynn Thompson, Brian … more
The Village of Walden would like to see more residents participate in their residential housing rehabilitation program. This is part of the village board’s effort to improve housing conditions … more
Catholic Charities will host a pop-up, drive-through food pantry next Wednesday, March 10 at St. Charles Borromeo Parish, 2212 Route 44-55, Gardiner. The distribution will take place between 11 … more
A 17-year-old Wallkill High School student died Monday evening after apparently collapsing during football practice. The announcement of the death of Miguel Lugo was made by Superintendent of … more
The Town of Gardiner Planning Board is supportive of two Town Board initiatives that would change the way it deliberates zoning procedures, the first being the heavily-debated proposed short term … more
SUNY Orange Nursing 2 students have been gaining valuable experience in recent months, volunteering at several area hospitals as the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has begun, and Friday provided yet … more
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