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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
Many municipalities and land owners are turning to solar farms as a new revenue source in the present and the future, and the farms could lead to increased tax bases for local towns and school … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has named Karla Knight as October’s Citizen of the Month Award winner. Knight, a mother of four from New Windsor, had a double mastectomy after … more
Congressman Antonio Delgado [D-NY 19th] visited the Milton Train Station and the waterfront park on Monday afternoon. Supervisor Al Lanzetta, Councilman Howard Baker and others were able to show the … more
Last week the TOMVAC renovation project got a much needed shot in the arm; $375,000 from State Senator James Skoufis and $175,000 from Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson. This money, along with $250,000 … more
On Monday evening the Marlborough Town Board honored members of their Police, Fire and Highway Departments with Pride of Marlborough Awards for their quick actions on July 10, 2019 after a fuel truck … more
When Fall arrives in the valley, families go apple picking, buy pumpkins, search for their favorite harvest season vegetables, take hay rides, listen to music and above all, stock up on the hottest … more
The Village of Montgomery will host the Taste of Montgomery event on Sunday. This occasion will feature a sampling of culinary delights, beer, cider and wine tastings, live music, a farmer’s … more
Doctors have an extensive background in medicine from which they usually specialize. When dealing with patients, they apply their overall education and experience individually. If they enter an … more
A grand opening for the Town of Wallkill Citizens Memorial Park was held on Sept. 21. The park honors citizens’ achievements, significant events and notable areas in the Town of Wallkill. … more
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