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Mount Saint Mary College’s CMA Gallery recently kicked off its newest exhibition, “kuh-myoo-nih-kay-shun,” featuring the work of Hudson Valley artist Norm Magnusson. The gallery, … more
This year’s Starry, Starry Night Gala Celebration took place one day after the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Walkway Over the Hudson, which officially took place on October 4, 2009. … more
At the October 2 Plattekill Town Board meeting, Board members passed a resolution allowing the Plattekill Public Library to purchase the building and property in which it currently resides from the … more
The Marlboro School District appointed two student representatives to the school board. They are both seniors and will alternate in attending the board meetings that are scheduled on the first and … more
After receiving all the necessary approvals, the Highland Central School District is moving forward with its Capital Budget Projects. District voters approved the $8 million dollar project plan … more
Macks Lane resident Gordon Hamilton reminded the Town Board last week that a petition was submitted to the Planning and Town Boards from approximately 50 residents in his area, highlighting the fact … more
In late September, Steve Lawrence, owner of the D & D Auto Supply Store, received Planning Board approval to build a 30’ x 120’ [3,600 sq/ft], 30 ft tall free-standing storage … more
Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack and Lloyd Town Clerk Wendy Rosinski are hosting a special passport event at the Lloyd Town Clerk’s Office located at 12 Church Street, Highland, on Wednesday, … more
Marlboro Director of Business and Finance/Transportation Patrick Witherow has resigned to take a position with the Minisink Valley Central School District. Witherow earned his undergraduate degree … more
Ulster Avenue in Walden is bustling with construction work for the village’s sidewalk replacement project, but the current time frame for the road work could see portions of the project pushed … more
Village of Montgomery officials and residents expressed concerns about the increasing traffic from commuter vehicles and trucks at the recent Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, October 1. With new … more
The doorbell rings, and suddenly barking comes from all around the house. A group of four dogs come tumbling to the door seeking an opportunity to drown the new visitor in heavy slobbery licks of … more
The Highland Library parking lot was overrun with different kinds of trucks during their second annual Touch a Truck and Book Sale fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 5. The Touch a Truck event is … more
At last week’s Lloyd Planning Board meeting, Lindsay Decker spoke on behalf of her neighbors in the Hudson Hills development who are objecting to a spate of development projects that have … more
At their last meeting, the Marlborough Town Board announced their 2020 preliminary budget and set a public hearing on it for Monday, October 14 at 7 p.m. at town hall. The budget appropriation for … more
Last Monday a group of Kayakers paddled out across the Hudson River from the shore of Wappinger Creek near Reese Park in Dutchess County and over to the Danskammer Power Plant in Orange County to … more
Ulster County Legislator Richard Gerentine said without hesitation that the NYS Sen. William “Bill” Larkin [1928-2019] was “definitely” a mentor to him. “He was very … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) has announced “Pop-up Office Hours” in the Town of Lloyd. The Assemblymember will be available to meet with constituents both by appointment … more
Last week the Marlborough Town Board, on behalf of the Police Department, accepted a donation of an AR-15 firearm from Ryan Distefano. President of Ulster Firearms, a retail gun store located at 1989 … more
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