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The Holy Deliverance Apostolic Temple food pantry has been in operation since 2005. The food pantry opened up because of the church’s desire to help the Newburgh community. Unlike others, … more
At the last City Council meeting, Councilman Omari Shakur brought up a letter he received from the city’s chapter of the NAACP. The letter addressed the recent resignation of former City of … more
Royal Class Service in New Windsor has been around for years. Matthew Pillius, owner of Royal Class Service, has been self employed since 1995. Like most businesses, Royal Class Service has had to … more
Enterprise Community Partners has released additional funding for New York State land banks working to protect homeowners and neighborhoods by acquiring and transforming blighted homes into community … more
Newburgh held its first May City Council meeting last Monday over Zoom. During the meeting, the council scheduled two public hearings On May 28, the council will hold a public hearing for the … more
Last Friday, Town of Lloyd Supervisor Fred Pizzuto re-opened the Highland Landing Park to the public. Pizzuto said the park was originally closed about three weeks ago because a group of people in … more
Supervisor Al Lanzetta said he has been handling much of the town’s business from his home due to the covid-19 pandemic. He said this has been possible because of the support of the town hall … more
Last Friday a Connemara pony named Bander visited the residents of the Wingate Nursing Home in Highland that brightened their day, even for just a few minutes. The Connemara breed comes from … more
In late April the Department of Transportation [DOT] began preparations for paving Route 9W from the Orange County line up to Mack’s Lane in Lloyd. As of mid May the project is well underway … more
Each graduate of the Marlboro Class of 2020 has had signs placed on their lawns at home as a way of honoring their achievements and to let them know they have not been forgotten during the … more
Even though the Covid-19 pandemic has brought many activities to a near standstill, the Hamlet of Milton Association [HMA] carries on with their mission to bring flowers to beautify their small part … more
County Executive Pat Ryan announced a series of housing initiatives to help residents who have been impacted by COVID-19. During his Facebook Live briefing, Tusday, Ryan announced that the County has … more
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many local Memorial Day Parades have been postponed. Parades in Walden, the Village and Town of Montgomery, Maybrook and Crawford have been canceled. Shawangunk … more
Despite a nationwide meat shortage, business has been booming for two beef farms in Gardiner. When the COVID-19 pandemic first broke out, shoppers had difficulty finding hand sanitizer and toilet … more
James Hiller, a resident of Walden, is outraged by the Hannaford Supermarket in Walden’s mask policy. He claims that the store regularly lets in customers with no masks on. On a recent trip … more
The Town of Montgomery Community Response Team lent a helping hand to those in need over the past few days. On Sunday the group partnered with the Walden Rotary Club for “Operation Clean … more
In an executive order issued on Friday, May 1, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that this year’s school budget votes and board of education elections will take place on June 9, via absentee ballot … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus asks County residents to remember that honoring those who have died serving our country is the reason we celebrate Memorial Day weekend. “The … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation advises local residents to be prepared for a strong frontal system that may bring rain, lightning and potentially powerful wind gusts Friday (5-15) … more
County Executive Pat Ryan announced Thursday that the Ulster County Recovery Task Force has identified housing as a key priority. Back in April,  Ryan established the group to ensure a … more
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