Local news
2119 results total, viewing 61 - 80
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District recently announced the results of its 2020-21 Board of Education elections.  On the ballot were proposition one and two, and four different spots on … more
The Gardiner Library is providing a new virtual service entitled “Ask a Librarian” on Wednesdays from 4 to 8 p.m. Librarian Amy Cote will be available for live support via Zoom (video … more
Valley Central High School hosted a virtual version of its annual athleteic awards recently. Award recipients included the fillowing: The Robert Starbuck Memorial Award -Nathaniel DepewThe Bo Gill … more
Nine students graduated from Most Precious Blood School during an in-person graduation ceremony on Saturday at Most Precious Blood Parish in Walden. This year’s graduates were Owen Barrett, … more
The Pine Bush Central School District has launched an online registration system for pre-K and kindergarten applications for the 2020-2021 school year. Parents or guardians wishing to register … more
The results for the school budget votes and board of education elections were finalized Wednesday. The Wallkill Central School District’s 2020-2021 budget was approved. 2,509 people voted to … more
People packed Crawford Town Park to participate in a Black Lives Matter protest last Wednesday. The demonstration was organized by Pine Bush High School graduates Zachary Huebsch and Christina … more
On June 2, the Montgomery Village Board voted unanimously to adopt Local Law No. 2 of 2020 establishing a six-month moratorium on the submission and processing of applications for land use approvals … more
Jodi Lynn was named Town of Montgomery Citizen of the Month for June at the Montgomery Town Board meeting on June 4. “Just about any time something is needed she raises her hand and … more
At Monday evening’s Village of Walden Planning Board meeting, Lewis Donnelly presented his application for site plan approval, special exception use and subdivision for construction of a … more
Longtime Town of Montgomery Chief of Police Arnold “Butch” Amthor has announced his retirement from the position. Amthor has been a police officer for a little over 35 years. He has … more
Despite the novel coronavirus [COVID-19] pandemic, the City of Newburgh is still planning for an eventful summer. Although certain city activities have been canceled, the city is brainstorming … more
In the midst of recent protests against police brutality, the City of Newburgh held a public hearing at last Monday’s city council meeting to discuss relocating $80,000 of Community Development … more
John Murphy is a Spanish teacher at South Middle School. But he does more than just teach Spanish, he teaches his students life lessons. With the recent novel coronavirus [COVID-19] pandemic and … more
The results of the school budget vote and school district election were not yet available as the Mid Hudson Times went to press on Tuesday. June 9 was the initial deadline for the mail-in ballot, … more
The Newburgh City Council appointed Ronald Zorilla to the Conservation Advisory Council during last Monday’s council meeting. “I just really quickly want to say that Ron Zorilla has … more
A small group of cars sat in the parking lot of the Divine Mercy Catholic School. A table sat in front of the school holding bags of graduation memorabilia and diplomas. Although not the most … more
Voters in Marlborough approved the 2020-21 school budget of $58,363,438 by a vote of 1,336 to 681. The public also returned incumbent  John Cantone to the Board of Education with 1,275 votes and … more
Since 2017 the Marlborough Town Board has declared June as Gay Pride month in town. At last week’s board meeting Supervisor Al Lanzetta invited resident Tim Lawton to offer his comments on this … more
Last week attorney John Furst and Media Consultant Geoff Thompson offered an update on the Assisted Living facility that has been proposed for Route 9W by Florida-based developer Mark Owen Sanderson. … more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 106 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.