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On Thursday, April 11 the Highland community held a musical and gourmet desert fundraiser for Eric Munson at the High School cafeteria. Munson has been struggling with health issues for the past 15 … more
Marlborough Conservation Advisory Committee [CAC] member, Cindy Lanzetta, recently updated the Marlborough Town Board and the public on what the CAC, “has been doing and where we’re … more
Ulster County Sheriff Juan Figueroa recently nominated and swore in Jerome John as the new Ulster County Superintendent of Corrections. John will manage 160 Corrections Officers at the county jail in … more
Lloyd Building Department Director Dave Barton said the town is still waiting for the representative of the proposed residential Falcon Ridge project, Dan Gueron of ADC, to respond with cost … more
Officials in the Marlboro Central School District are investigating a “serious allegation” made against a varsity baseball player who is said to have used “inflammatory and … more
A dreary morning gave way to bright sunshine Saturday, by the time the Easter Bunny arrived at Felten Memorial Park for the annual Plattekill Easter Egg Hunt. more
This past Friday afternoon the Easter Bunny hopped right into the Sportsdome in Milton. Kids got a chance to have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny, were entertained by a guitarist only known … more
In his fifth presentation for the Town of Lloyd Historical Preservation Society (TOLHPS), Anthony Musso took his audience on another virtual excursion to unheralded but significant sites in … more
Negotiations between the Plattekill Library Board of Trustees and the Town of Plattekill for the sale of the present library and surrounding property to the Trustees appears to be moving forward. On … more
The proposed Highland Central School Districts 2019/20 school budget was unanimously approved by members of the Highland Board of Education at their April 2 meeting. The adoption of the proposed … more
On March 23 the Marlborough Hose Company gathered at the Poughkeepsie Grand for their annual Inspection dinner. Peggy Libonati delivered the opening Invocation.“We are grateful and blessed for … more
A group of Marlboro Girl Scouts addressed the Town Board to propose some additions they would like to make at the Town Park as part of earning their Silver Awards, the highest award a Girl Scout … more
The Highland Public Library Board of Trustees will be holding the annual Special District meeting on Tuesday April 23, at 6 p.m. A reading of the proposed budget will follow a report from the … more
Last week Lloyd Building Department Director Dave Barton gave his report to the Town Board, saying this past month,” has been busier than ever before.” more
When lawmakers in Albany reached a deal on the state budget at the end of March, school districts across the state received their final state aid numbers for the 2019-2020 school year. With those … more
Orange County Clerk Annie Rabbitt announced that the County’s Department of Motor Vehicles is teaming up with LiveOnNY during Donate Life Month to increase enrollment in the New York State … more
Gardiner Library will host this month’s Fiber Arts meeting on April 14 from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. This group is for all stages of knitters, crocheters, spinners or sewers. Bring your own needles, … more
Cannabis is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cannabaceae. [Classification Report. United States Department of Agriculture] Also known as hemp and marijuana, it is a flowering herb which has … more
The SUNY Orange Apprentice Players will present Anton Chekhov’s celebrated “Three Sisters” in a translation by Paul Schmidt on stage at the William and Helen Richards Theatre at … more
For as far back as anyone can remember, the Milton-Marlboro Cub Scout Pack 73 has held an annual Pinewood Derby every spring. On March 31, the cafeteria at the Elementary School was crowded with … more
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