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Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) is reminding residents that there are only 5 days left until the September 30 deadline to register with the Census. The 2020 Census will determine how … more
Newburgh celebrates the Arts! Over sixty artists will participate in the Tenth Annual Newburgh Open Studios organized by Gerardo Castro and Michael Gabor, co-owners of Newburgh Art Supply taking … more
In recent months Lloyd’s Town and Planning Boards, as well as the Comprehensive Plan Committee, focused their attention on zoning code changes applicable to planned retirement communities and … more
If you’re looking for a one-stop-shop on every historical sight in Marlboro, look no further than the new historical walking tour App, Discover Marlboro. The new app, which debuted in the … more
Justin Dates, a Senior Associate with Maser Consulting, represents Bayside Construction. He said the Bayside Project is in the final steps of a conditional site plan approval, “and the one … more
Ulster County Legislator Mary Beth Maio (R-Lloyd), former Chair of the Ulster County Law Enforcement and Public Safety Committee, expressed concern over recent reports of local police officers and … more
The New Hurley Reformed Church in the Town of Plattekill is five years older than the nation it resides in. Members of the congregation gathered on Sept. 12 to celebrate the church’s 250th … more
In the United States a census is conducted every 10 years, as is mandated by Article I, section 2 of the U. S Constitution that states, “Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned … more
Safe Harbors of the Hudson, a local organization who aims to transform lives and build communities through housing and the arts, is hosting its first annual Black Renaissance Festival on Saturday, … more
The New York State Department of Transportation is advising Ulster County motorists to expect a lane closure with alternating traffic along Route 44/55 eastbound and westbound between Route 208 and … more
OnWednesday evening, August 26, was the scene of a Meet Me in Marlborough socially distanced informational gathering at Benmarl Winery. Represented were the MMiM Board of Directors, Town of … more
  When the COVID-19 pandemic swept across New York state in mid-March, the Marlboro School District realized students were in need of food. Soon enough, the Snack Shack was born.On September … more
On Monday Chestnut Market officially opened their doors with a Grand Opening ribbon cutting ceremony that took place at their new location at 1417 Route 9W, just north of the Marlboro Hamlet. The … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks said the last week was a busy one. “It was a long week but there was a lot of good learning,” he said. “The staff is a different group at … more
  Even during this pandemic the Town of Lloyd took time to remember and honor those who were lost in the attacks of September 11, 2001. The Highland Hose Company No. 1 hosted a special … more
The Family of Woodstock, the Rondout Valley Growers Association (RVGA) and UlsterCorps has teamed up to glean apples for food pantries in order to provide food that otherwise would be … more
The town of Montgomery invites you to an afternoon of outdoor fun, a mini Repair Café and practical home energy efficiency information at the Climate-Smart Montgomery Expo on Sunday, September … more
Last week’s Marlboro School Board meeting took place in the High School Auditorium, with an audience socially distanced. Superintendent Michael Brooks offered his thanks, “for a live … more
Supervisor Joe Croce said he recently sent out an email to all department heads asking them to submit their budget requests for 2021 by September 25. “That leads to the budget officer … more
Marlboro High School senior Emma Greiner has been a Girl Scout in Apple Valley Troop 60050 for nearly a decade. She recently approached the Town Board to see if it was possible to install a water … more
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