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The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) Maybrook yard has prepared for the upcoming winter weather. The NYSDOT Region 8 had until Nov. 1 to train their employees and ready their … more
Innovation and smart short-and-long term planning are critical components of any successful school district, which is why every year the Wallkill Board of Education meets with the district … more
Americans tend to see the world only from the United States outward, rather than worldly. On Thursday, November 14, SUNY Orange has the opportunity of a different perspective given by a … more
Last February Holley Carnright announced that he would not run for a fourth, four-year term as the Ulster County District Attorney. This opened the door for two individuals who are now seeking the … more
After Ulster County Comptroller Elliott Auerbach stepped down last May to accept a position with the state Comptroller’s office in Albany, two individuals are seeking to fill the remaining two … more
Next Tuesday’s election for Ulster County Executive is a rematch from April, when Democrat Pat Ryan defeated Republican Jack Hayes. The position was opened when Democrat Mike Hein resigned to … more
Republican Herbert W. Litts III is running for the Ulster County Legislature unopposed in District 9, which covers the Towns of Lloyd and Plattekill. Litts has … more
Earlier this year Paul Hansut announced that he would not run for re-election as Lloyd Supervisor, opening the door to two individuals who are now seeking the position, Republican Jeffrey Paladino … more
Democrat Al Lanzetta is running for re-election as the Supervisor for the Town of Marlborough. He will be on the Democrat, Conservative, Working Families and Independence lines on November … more
This November the Republican candidates for Town Council and for the Highway Department Superintendent are running unopposed in Marlborough. Scott Corcoran has been endorsed by his party and by … more
Wendy Rosinski is running for the position of Town Clerk for the first time in her own right, after having been appointed by the Town Board upon the retirement of long-serving clerk, Rosalie Peplow. … more
Four candidates are seeking two open Town Council seats in Lloyd. Bud WalkerRepublican William “Bud” Walker has been endorsed by the Republican, Independence and Highland United … more
Last Sunday the Walkway Over the Hudson was crowded with people who all had one goal in mind; to raise money to defeat Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) a motor neuron disease commonly known as Lou … more
Current Plattekill Town Supervisor and Republican Joseph Croce will again face democratic hopeful Jaime Pagan in the election for Town Supervisor on November 5. This race is a familiar one, with … more
This years Plattekill Town Board elections is unique. Usually, only two seats on the Town Board are up for re-election at any given election. However, this year, incumbent Dean DePew, who resigned … more
Members of the Plattekill Town Board met the newest addition to the Plattekill Police Department. Chief Joseph Ryan was pleased to introduce Kevin Doyle, a current phase one cadet at the Ulster … more
At the October 15 meeting of the Highland Board of Education, members of the Board reviewed the results of the New York State Test scores in English Language Arts (ELA) and math for 2019. … more
The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced that they have accepted the new Tillson Lake dam report prepared by Schnabel Engineering. DEC reviewed four design concepts to repair … more
Marlborough Supervisor Al Lanzetta said work has resumed on the combined gas station, convenience and Dunkin’ Donuts store on Route 9W, that is owned by developer Mickey Jamal, President and … more
Last Saturday, the Marlborough Police and Fire Departments, Mobile Life Support Services, the town Highway Department, Dig Safe New York, and the NY Department of Environmental Protection, the … more
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