A family seeks justice

Vinnie Carozza, 25, was arrested in October 2018 and charged with Arson in the third degree. His family members are working hard on getting him back home and shedding light on individuals with …
Plattekill residents help shape town’s future
What comes to mind when you think about the Town of Plattekill? If its residents have their way, the name Plattekill will conjure images of apple fields, mountain views and lots of new business. …
Marlboro artist wins arts grant Recently the Arts Mid Hudson organization held a reception at Buttermilk Falls Inn and awarded numerous grants totaling $121,000 to individual artists and organizations in Dutchess, Orange and Ulster …
Economic Committee highlights local businesses The Town of Lloyd Economic Development Committee [EDC] held a ceremony last week to honor unique businesses and organizations that have had a positive impact on the local economy and upon the …
Plattekill Town Board members take requests from residents
The people of Plattekill bought their requests to the members of the Plattekill Town Board at their first June meeting. First up during public comment was Sis Morse, chairperson of the Plattekill …
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Farmers feel the impact of change

It seems barely a day goes by without the national media commenting on climate change – does it exist, is it caused by man and is it going to flood lower Manhattan and Miami and will we …

Marlborough proposes to fix pier

The Marlborough Town Board is proposing to renovate the Milton Landing South Pier, which was built in 1957 for fuel service but fell into disrepair and was closed in 1999. The town acquired it in …

Pride march

Energy was high, rainbow flags were flying and smiles were plastered on peoples’ faces on Sunday during the pride march and festival in New Paltz. “Looking Back, Marching …

Highland’s Citizen Police Academy holds graduation

For five years the Lloyd Police Department has held an eight-week civilian police academy to show the public what they do on a daily basis, while teaching about a variety of topics on …

Self-Storage hosts ribbon-cutting ceremony

The new Highland Route 9W Self-Storage and Wine Cellar held a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 10 to mark their official opening.There are 702 storage units, with 12 different sizes that are available …

Spring Home and Garden 2019

Spring is here!  Get helpful tips on gardening, lawncare, pest control, home security and more, as well as local business and deals.

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Mount’s annual golf and tennis tournament grosses $128,000

Mount Saint Mary College’s 41st Annual Invitational Golf and 8th Annual Invitational Tennis Tournament grossed $128,000 for the college on Monday, June 3.

Read with Fletcher

The Gardiner Library will hold its Read With Dogs program on Saturday June 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Beginning and struggling readers sign up for a 15 minute time slot to read to certified …

Wallkill Valley Rail Trail Community Opportunity Plan Underway

Ulster County Transportation Council (UCTC), in partnership with the Village of New Paltz, Wallkill Valley Land Trust, and Historic Huguenot Street, is pleased to announce the beginning of a planning …

Plattekill Seniors plan July trip to Hunterdon Play House

The Plattekill Golden Seniors will be traveling to Hunterdon Play House to see a production of “I Do, I Do” on Wednesday, July 17.
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Water Lantern Festival coming to Montgomery

Orange County Tourism will host the 2019 Water Lantern Festival at Thomas Bull Memorial Park in Montgomery on Saturday, June 15 at 4 p.m., in partnership with I LOVE NY and Noble Fun …
Mark Makers to open at Ann Street Gallery Safe Harbor’s Ann Street Gallery presents Mark Makers. Opening reception is Saturday, June 15 at 6:30 p.m. Mark Makers is a group exhibition that examines the practice of drawing as an …