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Superintendent Jon Bongiovi hosted a special presentation at this month’s Highland Central School District Board of Education meeting outlining the district’s goals for the upcoming … more
Twin brothers Frank and Teddy Harpolis, and their childhood friend, Dane DeSantis, are trying to create a nightlife in Marlboro with the opening of Brix Gastropub in October. The three men met in … more
November 12 was an especially cold evening but that did not stop Ben Lambousis from repeatedly flipping a 700 pound earth-mover tire at the Marlboro High School as a fundraiser to bring attention to … more
Earlier this month the New York State Essential Elements Schools to Watch program took center stage at the Marlboro School Board meeting. Robin Hecht, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and … more
The St. Charles Borromeo Knights of Columbus Council held its annual free lunch honoring local veterans at the St. Charles Borromeo Church Hall last Tuesday. This is the third year the Knights of … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Thursday, November 14, Garry Michel, 48, of the Town of Wallkill, pleaded guilty before Orange County Court Judge Craig Stephen … more
On Friday, November 22, Five Play, the quintet of DIVA Jazz will come “swingin’’ into Orange Hall to play classic and contemporary standards and some of their own original music … more
Leptondale Bible Church in Newburgh held its first ever free community Thanksgiving dinner at their gymnasium off route 300 Saturday. The event was so successful, that it is likely to become an … more
Last Friday evening the Town of Lloyd Historical Preservation Society hosted their 2nd annual Tiny Trolley Auction at the former bank on the corner of Vineyard Avenue and Main Street. Vivian … more
Cluett Schantz Memorial Park in Milton received a makeover this weekend with the construction of their new playground. Leira Patasso is the reason the new playground has finally come to fruition. … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board voted to approve their 2020 town budget. The total appropriations and provisions for next year comes to $11,535,419 and the town will realize revenues of $3,014,872. … 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
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
Members of the Plattekill community braved the brisk fall weather to honor those veterans who bravely served our country. The Town of Plattekill held its annual Veterans Day ceremony on Sunday, … more
Joelle Casteix was in high school when the abuse started. For over two years she was abused by her high school teacher in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. “While the abuse itself was … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced on Wednesday that Commissioner of Planning David Church will retire, effective late January of 2020. Church has served as Orange County’s … more
Join Mount Saint Mary College for its Tenth Annual Gala Reception on Friday, December 6, celebrating two pillars of the local community. Derrik R. Wynkoop, President and CEO of Walden Savings … 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
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
Despite a misty rain, the annual Halloween Parade went off without a hitch on Main Street in Milton last Thursday evening. Parents and kids began gathering at the Sarah Hull Hallock Library … more
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