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The City of Newburgh looks to join the Article 10 process for Danskammer Energy Plant by beginning the application for intervenor funding. Intervenor funding can be used to pay for expert witnesses, … more
Last month the Lloyd Town Board set a public hearing for November 20th at 7 pm at Town Hall, 12 Church St.,Highland to consider the adoption of town-wide building moratorium. The sole No vote for a … more
Marlborough Supervisor Al Lanzetta said work has resumed on the combined gas station, convenience and Dunkin’ Donuts store on Route 9W, that is owned by developer Mickey Jamal, President and … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Health Commissioner Dr. Irina Gelman are recognizing Lyme Disease Awareness Month and encourage residents to protect themselves and their families while … more
The weather for Springfest on Saturday can be summed up in a single word- perfect. After last year’s relentless downpour, this Springfest was one for the record books and the community … more
Beekeeper Richard Sullivan pried the gate guarding the Orange County Arboretum’s two bee hives open, snow and ice crunching against the wood. Resembling stacked wooden boxes, the bees were … more
Last Saturday morning the Walkway Over the Hudson was closed to pedestrians to allow 1,070 motorcyclists, along with 403 passengers, from nearly 20 motorcycle clubs and community organizations, to … more
Last week the Marlboro School Board approved hiring Jena Thomas as the new Assistant Principal at the High School at an annual salary of $105,000. She replaces Bruce Cortalano, who retired late last … more
Danskammer Energy LLC, a power plant located in the town of Newburgh, released their more than 300 page-long Preliminary Scoping Statement on February 8, 2019. Since then there have been nearly 300 … more
The 30th Annual Gardiner Day is Saturday, September 7, 2019, from 11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at three locations throughout Gardiner: Majestic Park, In the Hamlet, and Outside Town Hall. Admission is … more
On January 1st a whole set of new laws went into effect governing bail reform and on providing Discovery materials on a timely basis. In the first of a series, the Southern Ulster Times spoke to a … more
The Plattekill Golden Seniors will be traveling to Hunterdon Play House for a production of “I Do, I Do” on Wednesday, July 17. Cost is $72 for lunch, Hunterdon’s famous dessert … more
Last week the Village in the Hudson Valley modified their request for a waiver and is now asking the Town Board to allow them to construct only part of their project- a 135 bed Assisted Living … more
Benjamin E. Bragg passed away at his home on November 24 at the age of 94. Last Friday, a Mass of Christian Burial was officiated by Fr. Thomas Lutz at St. Augustine Church followed by burial at the … more
The Wallkill School District has received overwhelming public support for its proposed budgets in recent years, and voters will render their judgment on the district’s $76,524,146 proposed … more
Three years ago Marlborough residents Stephen Adamshick and Dave Pulliam combined their love of rock n’ roll with their desire to help Veterans who have been wounded or who suffer from PTSD, by … more
Here are the unofficial vote totals in local and county races according to the Ulster County Board of Elections website. LloydIn the run for Town Supervisor, Democrat Fred Pizzuto beat Jeff … more
Each year the nation honors all Veterans, living or deceased, who have served their country, whether in peacetime or wartime. In Marlborough a somber ceremony was held at the war memorial just down … more
For years a succession of Marlborough Town Boards have grappled with what to do about the TOMVAC building. Recently, Councilmen Scott Corcoran, Alan Koenig and Ed Molinelli voted to sell the building … more
The Marlboro Milton Lions Club hosted a special dinner at the Ship Lantern Inn to award two scholarships to two graduating seniors, Rhiannon Tierney and Sophia Pesano. Each will receive $2,000 in two … more
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