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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
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
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
The Highland School budget of $44,442,937 for 2019-20 passed by a vote of 629 to 197. The incumbent school board candidates ran unopposed. Sue Gilmore had 590 votes and Tom Miller had 632 votes. A bus proposition for $450,246 passed by a vote of 600 to 221. This includes three 30 passenger buses, two 7 passenger Suburbans and 2 wheel chair vans. “I feel fantastic,” said Superintendent Thomas Bongiovi. “We have a great community and it was a community and team collaboration so we can continue to provide a quality educational experience for the students of Highland, obviously at a price the public will support.” more
The Marlboro School budget of $58,363,438 for 2019-20 passed by a vote of 520 to 386. The $19.5 million Vision 2020 Capital Project passed by a vote of 469 to 426. The two winning school board candidates are JoAnn Reed with 591 votes and Karen Brooks with 457. Russell Conley came up short with 398 votes. more
   For the eighth straight year, the Wallkill Central School District presented voters with a budget that was within the state-mandated tax cap, and voters overwhelmingly rewarded the district for their fiscal restraint on Tuesday, approving Wallkill’s proposed $76,524,146 budget by a wide 512 to 171 margin. more
The Tin Brook Alliance, a group of concerned citizens who will try to protect the Tin Brook and the environment surrounding it, held its first meeting last Thursday. One of the first items on 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
Springfest returns to the hamlet of Highland this Saturday starting at 11 a.m. and running until 8 p.m., rain or shine. It will be a fun-filled day packed with entertainment, games for kids and fun … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks said a Memo Of Understanding [MOU] has been reached between the Marlboro School District and Danskammer Energy LLC on a revised payment in lieu of taxes [PILOT] … more
There are three people running for two seats on the Marlboro school board this year. Current board member Antonio Perugino has chosen not to seek another term. Joann ReedJoann Reed is again … more
Last week it became official; The Town of Lloyd will receive a $673,000 grant to fix their sidewalks in the hamlet area. NYS Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson and the Town Board gathered at the Highland … more
Voting day is for the residents of Highland is fast approaching. In preparation, district business official Lissa Jilek gave the final school budget presentation at the public hearing prior to the … more
A light agenda gave The Plattekill Town Board time to discuss upcoming presentations. At the May 15 board meeting, the Parks Expansion Committee’s abbreviated presentation will focus on the … more
After more than a decade of neglect, a committee of the Town of Marlborough has released a plan that will breathe new life into the more than 40 year old TOMVAC building, located on Route 9W in … more
Last week’s Lloyd Town Board meeting went along smoothly until it hit a snag on a resolution to appoint a new part-time typist for the Water and Sewer Department, run by Administrator Adam … more
After 32 years serving as the Lloyd Town Clerk, Rosalie Peplow decided to retire, making it official on May 5. Deputy Town Clerk Wendy Rosinski was approved by the Town Board and sworn in to take her … more
Kairos: A Consort of Singers, under the direction of Dr. Edward Lundergan on Sunday, May 12, at 3 p.m. The program will be performed in the intimate and acoustically superb chapel of the Holy Cross … 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 Marlborough Town Board held a public hearing on a long-term land lease agreement with Florida-based Tarpon Towers to build a cell tower at 1650 Rte 9W. The site was the former location of Town … more
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