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The Plattekill Town Board was delighted to meet Patricia Peltier, a representative from the Wreaths Across America Organization at its March 20 meeting. By adopting cemeteries around the country, … more
Nina Postupack, Ulster County Clerk announces that the Ulster County Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office is teaming up with Donate Life NYS and DMV offices around the state during Donate Life … more
SUNY New Paltz will join a nationwide collective of schools, community centers, universities and regional theatres that will stage an all-women reading of “12 Angry Men,” as part of an … more
Anthony Mancinelli, a 108-year-old barber and WWII Veteran from New Windsor, will be flying to Washington D.C. with 82 of his fellow veterans on Saturday, April 13 on Hudson Valley Honor … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has recognized Joanna Janik, Risk Reduction Project Coordinator for Safe Homes of Orange County and the City of Newburgh Police Department, as March’s … more
The Orange County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation is pleased to announce a new Kids Summer Activities Program at Thomas Bull Memorial Park, Hamptonburgh in July and Algonquin Park, … more
After several months in discussion, the Marlboro School Board last week approved a $19,499,279 capital project, named Vision 2020, aimed at maintaining and upgrading the physical plants of the three … more
The Lloyd Town Board opened last week’s meeting with a public hearing that accessory apartments must be situated on two acre lots. John Litts said the Town Board has spoken about affordable … more
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
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