State of the town

Last week the Town of Marlborough swore in their officials for 2020. In quick succession Town Clerk Colleen Corcoran administered the Oath of Office to Al Lanzetta as Town Supervisor, Scott Corcoran …
Clegg declared winner in Ulster DA race On election night last November, the race for the Ulster County District Attorney was too close to call as Democrat David Clegg and Republican Michael Kavanagh were only three votes apart. During the …
Tyrone Wilson appointed Ulster Human Rights Commissioner County Executive Patrick K. Ryan announced the appointment of Tyrone Wilson to be Human Rights Commissioner. Wilson is the previous Executive Director of Harambee and has dedicated his career to …
Marlboro issues Special Education report
The Marlboro School Board released a long-awaited Special Education Report at last week’s meeting. The author, John McGuire, gave a brief overview of his findings. He pointed out that his firm, …
Fanelli returns to Lloyd Zoning Board
Last week Lloyd resident Stacey Fanelli, in her husband’s absence, was again before the Lloyd Zoning Board seeking an area variance for two homes that are on their property at 26 Gabriety Road- …
Local News

I went to France and survived

Richard (Rick) Brooks told the story of one local farm boy’s WWI experience at the January program of the Town of Lloyd Historical Preservation Society, held recently in the Vineyard Commons …
Gillibrand announces support for families struggling with substance use U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) announced the Family Support Services for Addiction Act last Friday on a visit to Cornerstone Family Healthcare’s Center for Recovery. The bipartisan …
Newburgh resident running for Orange County Court Judge Hyun Chin Kim has always been an inquisitive person. “I think everybody loved to say when I was younger that I was very opinionated and liked to argue.” Eventually she developed an …
Junior League sponsors human trafficking awareness program On Friday, January 10, the Junior League of Orange County (JLOC) sponsored a Human Trafficking Awareness program at the Goshen Public Library. “Human Trafficking is frightening and it can be an …
Plattekill leadership begins new term By Stacia DonaldsonOn January 2, a swearing in ceremony was held at the Plattekill Town Hall, celebrating six town of Plattekill public officials. Surrounded by her parents, Plattekill Town Justice …
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Rotarians gather

The Southern Ulster Rotary hosted its annual Holiday Party on Saturday at the Garden Cathay in Plattekill. There were numerous Rotary Clubs represented from District 7210, which serves eight counties …

Ulster Sheriff to host ORACLE event at SUNY Ulster

Ulster County Sheriff Juan Figueroa announced today the first ORACLE (Opioid Response as County Law Enforcement) Summit to be held Wednesday, January 15 at 7 p.m. at the SUNY Ulster Stone Ridge …

Pedestrian struck by car on Route 9W

On January 14, at approximately 07:30 a.m., the Town of Marlborough Police Department responded to the area of 1209 Route 9W for a reported car versus pedestrian accident. During a preliminary …

Driver injured in Indian Road MVA

On January 12, 2 at about 6:30 p.m., the Marlborough Police Department responded to the area of 290 Old Indian Rd, Milton for a reported personal injury motor vehicle accident. Police units arrived …
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Arts & Entertainment

The Art of Fugue in Montgomery concert

The Grand Montgomery Chamber Music Series presents the Argus String Quartet on Sunday, January 19 at 3 p.m. The Argus Quartet is dedicated to celebrating the artistic landscape of our time by …
‘Totally Dedicated’ at Dorsky Museum The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz announces “Totally Dedicated: Leonard Contino, 1940-2016,” a new exhibition focused on the art practice of Contino, a self-taught …