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On Monday evening Marlborough Supervisor Al Lanzetta delivered his State of the Town address, saying he, on behalf of the Town Board, was offering an assessment of the work that was accomplished this … more
In December Neil Curri, Chairman of the Lloyd Environmental Conservation Council [ECC], warned the Town Board about the dangers posed by small natural gas fired “peaker” power plants. … more
Newburgh Town Supervisor Gil Piaquadio has announced that on Monday January 28, at 7 p.m., Danskammer will make a presentation of their proposed power plant to the Town of Newburgh Town Board. … more
Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson will hold community swearing-in ceremonies on January 20 in the City of Newburgh and January 27 in Poughkeepsie. Jacobson was officially sworn in as the new assembly … more
The Plattekil Golden Seniors started a busy and fun filled 2019 with their first meeting on January 10. The club is planning four trips, one to Westchester Broadway Theater in May to see Newsies, … more
Last Wednesday morning Officer Ricardo Rivera initiated what he thought would be a routine traffic stop on Carson and Lander Street. The stop resulted in a high speed chase down Water Street onto … more
Roger Von Braun, a New York State certified teacher who now is a suicide prevention advocate, will speak to parents on Wednesday, Jan. 30, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Pine Bush High School cafeteria. … more
New York State Legislators passed major voting reform bills on Monday to make voting easier for New yorkers and ban corporate contributions. The legislation passed in the senate and the assembly.The … more
Orange County Human Rights Executive Director Inaudy Esposito announced on Thursday that the Human Rights Commission is now seeking nominations for its 2019 awards. Now in its 24th year, the Human … more
Mobile Life Support Services, was publicly recognized, along with several other emergency agencies, for its staff’s administration of life-saving, emergency medical care.Dan Dulin is the owner … more
A Pine Bush woman has been arrested on 26 counts of animal cruelty following a lengthy investigation and execution of a search warrant. The Hudson Valley SPCA Humane Law Enforcement Division in … more
The Gardiner Library will host What’s Up With Static Electricity? on Sunday January 20 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. This is a free event for ages 6-10. Sign-up open until January 11 and space is … more
Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus and Acting Community Development Director Nicole Andersen are pleased to announce that once again applications are being accepted for the County’s … more
The Pine Bush Chamber of Commerce will hold a free sexual harassment training for its members on March 21, allowing local businesses to come into compliance with new New York state laws. Effective … more
On Saturday the 22nd annual Chili Winter Fest was held at the head of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail in Highland. Despite the cold, people showed up to sample a wide variety of chili dishes from 20 … more
The Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum will honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 21, 2019, with special programming. Families with young children can celebrate MLK’s … more
Training Announcement from the Ulster County Department of Emergency Services Division of Fire Services.Firefighter Summer Training Program Orientation Weekend: May 18 & 19, 2019.Course starts … more
Speaking at the January program sponsored by the Town of Lloyd Historical Preservation Society, David Miller, former superintendent at the Eastern Correctional Facility in Napanoch, pointed out to … more
At the first Lloyd Town Board meeting of 2019, Councilman Joe Mazzetti again touched upon the lack of compliance with the Affordable Housing provisions in the town code. A recent Freedom of … more
On December 27, County Executive Mike Hein cut the ceremonial ribbon to open the new $3.2 million Ulster County Restorative Justice and Empowerment Center at 733 Broadway in Midtown Kingston. Hein … more
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