Subzero Heroes celebrate 10th anniversary

Usually telling someone to go jump in the lake is a gruff way of saying ‘get lost, stop bothering me’. But to a group known as the Subzero Heroes, that phrase has an entirely different …
Developers seek waivers from moratorium
With the Lloyd building moratorium about a month old, representatives of eight development projects are seeking waivers from the Town Board to allow their clients projects to move forward. Last week, …
Lloyd’s new police chief lays out future plans Lloyd Police Chief James Janso gave his first monthly report to the Town Board after assuming the interim position on February 1. Chief Janso highlighted the main activities of his department for …
Marlboro kicks off budget process for 2020-2021
Last week the Marlboro School Board began the process of compiling a budget for the 2020-21 school year. Superintendent Michael Brooks started the discussion by promising there will be no increase in …
Hundreds turn out for Hansut fundraiser Estimates put the number of people who attended last Friday evening’s fundraiser for Paul Hansut at more than 500. The banquet room at Novellas in New Paltz was filled to capacity with family, …
Local News

Newburgh supports increasing Orange County sales tax

An 0.25 percent increase in the Orange County sales tax received support from the Newburgh City Council at Monday’s city council meeting. The resolution was introduced at last Thursday’s …
Honor flight’s Kimler picked for national board
Hudson Valley Honor Flight is pleased to announce that current board Chairman Frank Kimler, a Tax and Accounting Manager with Nugent & Haeussler, P.C. of Montgomery, has been elected to serve on …
Orange County awarded funds to support Census Count
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and the County’s Planning Department are pleased to announce the availability of New York State grant funds to support ongoing efforts to ensure an …
Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit opens at Maritime Museum
On Sunday, February 9, the Hudson River Maritime Museum is pleased to offer two public programs centered around water in Ulster County as part of the Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit, on view at the …
Ryan highlights low unemployment Last week Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan returned to his Alma Mater, Kingston High School, to deliver his first State of the County address. The audience was filled with hundreds of students from …
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A history of New York’s railroads presented in Lloyd

The full house at the recent Town of Lloyd Historical Preservation Society program was testament to the love of railroads shared by many people. Local historian John Duda promised to focus on small, …

2020 Bach Cantata Series gets underway

Kairos: A Consort of Singers, under the direction of Dr. Edward Lundergan, begins its 2020 Bach Cantata Series on Sunday, February 16, at 3 p.m. The program will be performed in the intimate and …

Build a miniature boat at the Maritime Museum

Join the Hudson River Maritime Museum for an exciting family program in support of the Smithsonian Institute Traveling Exhibit, Water/Ways. During this event, children will learn about buoyancy, …

Plattekill community events

Golden Seniors kick off 2020 with special events The Plattekill Golden Seniors have kicked off the new year. The club is planning four trips during the coming year, in May. They will travel to …
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Arts & Entertainment

Abstract artwork and teaching artists at WRS

Teaching artists from the nonprofit artist’s cooperative the Wallkill River School are inviting the public to live demonstrations as part of their group exhibit titled “Artists who …
Library celebrates Black History Month This February the Newburgh Free Library has several featured programs planned in observance of Black History Month. One hundred fifty years ago in 1870 Frederick Douglass visited Newburgh and spoke …