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Last week the Highland Town Board presented Casey Rosen with a Town of Lloyd Community Pride Award for building a pedestrian foot bridge across a creek beside Mile Hill Road that connects the Hudson … more
Each spring for 60 years the Highland High School has held their annual Scholarship Concert, with the proceeds going to a graduating senior who will be pursuing music at the college level. This … more
For four generations a Trapani has been farming in Marlborough. Ben Trapani, at 71, is the current ‘elder’ statesman of the family. He laughs when he says his 3 year old grandson … more
The Wallkill Central School District plans to present a proposed 2019-2020 budget to voters in May that stays within the state-mandated tax cap and preserves student programs and staff, according to … more
Orange County will host two Household Hazardous Waste and Operation Safe Scripts Pharmaceutical Collection events for County businesses and residents from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 12 and 13 at … more
SUNY New Paltz announces the fourth annual New Paltz Design Week, a five-day celebration featuring hands-on workshops, innovative exhibitions, community gatherings and lectures from skilled designers … more
The family of Central Hudson Gas & Electric employee David Schultz was recognized as Family of the Year by the Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley, for support of its critical … more
No joke! On April 1 Anthony Musso, one of the Town of Lloyd Historical Preservation (TOLHPS) most popular speakers, will be back in Highland to present his fifth program for TOLHPS. His presentation … more
Plattekill Pack 95 Scouts had a great time at the Pack meeting magic show on Friday. Magic Anthony kept the scouts, their siblings and parents captivated.The scouts marched in the Wallkill St … more
The Highland Central School District Music Department held their annual choral scholarship concert, something they have been doing for the past 60 years. The money raised will go to a graduating … more
It’s been a long time coming but after four years in the queue the Marlboro School District was approved this month to receive $1.2 million from the Smart Schools Bond Act. Mike Bakatsias, … more
As the due date for next year’s school budget gets closer, the Highland Board of Education began its review of the transportation department’s proposed referendum. Approval of the … more
Right on schedule, the Plattekill Town Board is moving forward with their master plan preparations by holding the first meeting of the Master Plan Committee. This kick-off event will take place on … more
The Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market is seeking vendors for its 2019 Farmer’s Market, which will kick off on June 3 at 3:00 p.m. in the Pavilion at the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum at 75 … more
When it comes to fighting rabies, prevention is essential. This starts with the animal owner. “Ensuring your family’s pet is properly vaccinated prior to possible exposure is critical to … more
This year the Marlboro High School Spring musical is “Mary Poppins.” The show opens at the High School Auditorium on Thursday, March 21 at 7 p.m., with additional performances on Friday … more
Like most Lloyd residents, Archivist Joan de Vries Kelley typically answers “Highland” when asked where she lives. But she felt plagued by the question, “Why Is Our Town Named … more
This year, the Marlborough Democratic Committee has endorsed two candidates to represent the Town of Marlborough in the County Legislature – Mici Simonofsky for Legislative District 11 and … more
Kairos: A Consort of Singers, under the direction of Dr. Edward Lundergan, presents a concert of music by “The Killer Bs” on Sunday, Mar. 24, at 3 p.m. The program will be performed in … more
Last fall, the Marlboro school administration began working with Thomas Ritzenthaler, of the architectural firm CSArch, to compile a list of what maintenance, replacements and upgrades are needed at … more
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