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State Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) announced he has hired a professional, bipartisan team of individuals to staff the district and Albany offices, serve constituents with integrity, and assist … more
Milton, native Taylor Ann Bozydaj’s letter to Doris Buffet is featured in the newly-released book, Letters to Doris: One Woman’s Quest to Help Those With Nowhere Else to Turn. The book … more
Recently the law firm of Rusk, Wadlin, Heppner and Martuscllo and Dr. Alan Roberts, President of SUNY Ulster, were honored by the Legal Services of the Hudson Valley at a special “Ulster … more
True to his word, State Senator William Larkin was on the job on Dec. 31, his last day of a 40-year career in public office.Prior to his farewell address at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center on … more
In a return visit to Highland, popular speaker David Miller will present a program on the early history of prisons in the Mid-Hudson Valley on Monday, January 7, 2019, sponsored by the Town of Lloyd … more
SUNY New Paltz Foundation chair Michael Keegan and wife Mary Keegan are supporting the establishment of the Smiley Family Endowed Scholarship Fund, a new, permanently endowed fund for SUNY New Paltz students who are employees or family of employees at Mohonk Mountain House. more
A press conference, sponsored by the Orange RAPP (Residents Against Pilgrim Pipelines), was held on November 27 at the foot of a large coal ash landfill near the Danskammer Point Generating Station … more
An investigation by the Southern Ulster Times shows that the Town of Lloyd has failed to require developers to provide Affordable Housing for moderate income families in portions of their residential … more
Benjamin E. Bragg passed away at his home on November 24 at the age of 94. Last Friday, a Mass of Christian Burial was officiated by Fr. Thomas Lutz at St. Augustine Church followed by burial at the … more
For years a succession of Marlborough Town Boards have grappled with what to do about the TOMVAC building. Recently, Councilmen Scott Corcoran, Alan Koenig and Ed Molinelli voted to sell the building … more
Last week marks the 6th annual St. Augustine Thanksgiving Community Dinner. All of the food was donated by local vendors, prepared and served by volunteers and was free to the … more
In their preliminary town budget the Lloyd Town Board approved lowering their annual salaries each by $2,000, but a later motion targeted the Supervisor’s salary for an additional cut of $4,000 for … more
On Tuesday, December 4 residents of the Town of Marlborough will have the opportunity to vote on whether to keep or sell the TOMVAC building. Voting will take place from noon to 9 p.m. at the regular … more
Shortly after officials adopted the 2019 budget, the town board’s Nov. 14 meeting ended in a heated exchange about board members’ participation in the budget-making process.~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~As … more
An October report from state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office states that some residents were overcharged for water and sewer penalties in 2017.~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~In total, customers were … more
Democrat Antonio Delgado was elected as NY-19 congressional district representative on Nov. 6, winning 50.7 percent of the vote. He unseated incumbent John Faso (R-Kinderhook), who received 46.6 … more
Last Sunday afternoon Sgt. Fredrick Francis Yelle, now 84, finally got the honor he so well deserves – the Bronze Medal Star for his service in the Korean Conflict from 1950-1953. Due to … more
Restoring the 1883 Milton Train Station to its former glory was a labor of love for a group of tenacious volunteers who never gave up on a project that eventually took 12 years to complete. A special … more
Last week the Lloyd Planning Board approved a proposed Dollar General Store that will be built close to Route 9W, next to Burger King, along with a 72 unit multi-family residential development that … more
Many Marlborough residents have been asking why work to clear and prepare a site on Route 9W for a 5,000 sq/ft Dunkin Donuts/Convenience store has ground to a complete … more
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