New chief in town

Last week, the Lloyd Town Board approved interim Police Chief James Janso as their new chief. Town Clerk Wendy Rosinski administered the oath of office to Janso. Janso’s first comment on his …
Hands off! Last Thursday a coalition of State Assembly members, CSEA officials, members of the Dutchess County Chamber of Commerce, Lloyd Councilmen, Ulster County Legislators, Bridge Authority board members, …
Appler honored in Marlborough On Monday, Ulster County Legislator Tom Corcoran honored former Highway Superintendent Gael Appler Sr. with a Pride Of Ulster County Award for his 22 years of service to the Town of …
Skoufis visits Marlborough seniors NYS Senator James Skoufis [D-39th] came to Marlborough to meet and update seniors on what has been happening in Albany. Skoufis told the seniors that he tries to avoid all of the “noise and …
Village Project fights building department decision Last week representatives of the proposed Village In The Hudson Valley failed to show up at the Lloyd Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, even though they were on the agenda. Chairman J.O. Litts said he …
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Wallkill considers second foreign language

At Thursday’s Wallkill Central School District Board of Education meeting, Superintendent of Schools Kevin Castle announced that $69,000 is currently being proposed in the governor’s …
Plattekill Summer Camp prices set for 2020
Town of Plattekill Recreation Director Stephanie Doland attended the February 5th regular Plattekill Town Board meeting to discuss pricing for the Plattekill Summer Program’s Summer 2020 …
Getting ghost guns off the street On Monday Senator Chuck Schumer, surrounded by elected officials and members of the law enforcement community, held a press conference at the City of Kingston Police Department, seeking immediate …
Cornerstone and Hudson Valley Community Services announce merger Cornerstone Family Health Care and Hudson Valley Community Services announced their intent to merge in a press conference last Wednesday morning. “The Hudson Valley Community Services Board …
Art master class postponed to March 6 The art master class The Shape of Things ~ Drawing and Mark-Making, by Heidi Lanino has been postponed from February 21 to Friday, March 6. The session starts at 12 noon. The class meets in the …
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TOLHPS topic: Geology and History of Rosendale cement

From the late 19th century through most of the 20th century, it wouldn’t be too much of an exaggeration to claim that all roads led to Rosendale. Why? In a word, geology. At the Monday, …

Dungeons & Dragons backdrop for SUNY comedy

The Department of Theatre Arts at SUNY New Paltz is proud to present “She Kills Monsters,” a comedic drama about a young woman using Dungeons & Dragons to channel her inner geek and …

Victoria St. George exhibit on display in Gardiner

Ulster Savings Bank would like to invite the public to an opening reception at their 2201 Route 44/55, Gardiner branch on Friday, February 28, from 12 - 2 p.m. to enjoy their latest art exhibit by …

She Kills Monsters opens Feb. 27 at SUNY New Paltz

The Department of Theatre Arts at SUNY New Paltz is proud to present “She Kills Monsters,” a comedic drama about a young woman using Dungeons & Dragons to channel her inner geek and …
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Plastic bag ban takes effect March 1

Starting March 1, the Bag Waste Reduction Law will take effect, banning all plastic carryout bags (other than an exempt bag) from distribution by anyone required to collect New York State sales tax. …
Portraits of man’s best friend As March approaches, The Wallkill River School is preparing for a month filled with furry friends! There will be a very special benefit exhibit titled “Paws” which will feature …