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Elementary SchoolKindergarten Teacher Jennifer Randacciu named Lilah Valentine as the Marlboro Elementary School Student of the Month for February. “Lilah is a very ambitious student who … more
For the second year, the New Paltz Women’s Volleyball team, known as the Hawks, came to the Plattekill Elementary School to help bolster the skills and confidence of younger girls who are part … more
If your area code is 12528, you live in Highland, right? Your postal address is Highland. You can find it on the map. But actually, if you live outside the Hamlet of Highland, you live in the Town of … more
At the last few board meeting Patrick Witherow, Director of Business, Finance and Transportation for the Marlboro School District, has continued to refine the 2019-20 budget for the school … more
After serving in the Ulster County Legislature for 28 years Republican Richard Gerentine announced recently that he will retire at the end of this year.During his tenure Gerentine has served on a … more
On Sunday morning the Marlborough community flocked to a pancake breakfast fundraiser at the First Presbyterian Church of Marlboro to help Robert Kirk, whose beloved deli was nearly demolished … more
Last Saturday the Clintondale Fire Department held their annual Installation Dinner at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel.1st Assistant Chief Chris Raffa handed out the Department Awards, starting with the … more
Highland Fire Chief Peter Miller said a call came in to dispatch at 4:12 p.m. on Saturday, alerting his department to a vehicle fire in progress in front of the Highland Self Storage facility on … more
It was a small turnout at a slushy Town of Plattekill Town Board meeting. The inclimate weather, and unforeseen circumstances resulted in the cancellation of the K-9 demonstration originally … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation advises local residents to be prepared for a late weekend wind storm, expected to arrive on Sunday afternoon and continue through Monday. Forecaster … more
On February 7, Orange-Ulster BOCES (OU BOCES) Career & Technical Education (CTE) students showcased their technical programs and skills for members of the press, local dignitaries and community … more
Sandra Kissam, a member of Orange County Residents Against the Pilgrim Pipeline [RAPP], addressed the Marlborough Town Board last week on a proposal by Danskammer Energy LLC to build a new $400 … more
Patrick Witherow, Director of Business and Finance for the Marlboro School District, recently presented the school board with a long term financial projection that reaches out through the 2022-2023 … more
On the first Friday of the month guitarist Denis Jacobs can be found performing a wide variety of jazz standards at the Hudson Ale Works in Highland. Recently patrons were treated to a special … more
Ray Jurkowski, of CPL Engineering, addressed the Lloyd Town Board on a water main replacement project he is proposing for the hamlet area. Jurkowski said this issue was brought to the attention of … more
A Newburgh man, who was backing a Dodge Caravan into a parking space near the Raccoon Saloon on Route 9W in Marlboro around 10 Wednesday morning, unknowingly backed into a parked Honda Civic, causing … more
At the Plattekill Town Board’s February 6th meeting, the town’s insurance and liability policies, both set to renew in the next few months, were discussed at length. Information … more
Ulster County Comptroller Elliott Auerbach endorsed Pat Ryan for Ulster County Executive. Ryan is the first candidate to receive an endorsement from a countywide elected official. “Pat Ryan … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has announced that he supports Governor Cuomo’s proposal to make the tax cap permanent. Prior to the enactment of the tax cap law, many … more
Orange County District Attorney David Hoovler and Sheriff Carl E. DuBois are reminding residents to remain vigilant about income tax return scams as tax season kicks into full gear and individuals … more
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