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The call on a structure fire that came in to the Marlboro Fire Department at 3:27 p.m. last Wednesday afternoon was truly frightening; there was a possibility that a child may be inside the residence … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board passed a temporary building moratorium by a vote of 4-1. The moratorium’s stated intent is to allow the town, “time to evaluate and update its comprehensive … more
With the impending retirement of Lloyd Police Chief Daniel Waage at the end of this month, the Town Board appointed Lt. James Janso as the Acting Police Chief, effective February 1. In addition, … more
At the January 15 regular meeting of the Plattekill Town Board, the board was pleased to find out that the premium for the town’s yearly liability insurance for 2020 would be less than was … more
Lloyd Building Department Director Dave Barton asked the Town Board to consider granting an Open Development designation for a 17.7 acre undeveloped parcel that is located at 380 Rte. 9W, in front of … more
After working for more than a year under the terms of an expired Collective Bargaining Agreement [CBA], the Town of Marlborough and the Marlborough Police Benevolent Association [PBA] reached an … more
County Executive Pat Ryan announced his proposal to expand green career opportunities for the next generation in advance of his first-ever State of the County address. Included in this initiative is … more
Federal income tax season this year is Jan. 27 through Apr. 15. As taxpayers get their documents in order and prepare to file, the Newburgh Free Library can help in a number of ways; both the Main … more
At the Wallkill Central School District Board of Education meeting on Thursday, representatives from the Ulster Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) spoke about their programs. … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Health Commissioner Dr. Irina Gelman have announced that the County will host a free flu vaccination clinic on Monday, January 27. The clinic will be … more
On Monday evening Gina Marie’z Academy of Performing Arts hosted their 4th annual Daddy Daughter dance. The theme for this year was ‘boots and bling.’ A number of girls took … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
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, … more
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- … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
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