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With Norwegian airlines gone the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has negotiated a new professional team to manage and promote New York Stewart International Airport, according to minutes of … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus released his proposed $816 million operating budget for fiscal year 2020 last Wednesday. The County tax rate will be $3.73, which is lower than it was both … more
Fourteen-year-old Alex Cypher was a lifelong resident of Highland. He was a quiet child, and suffered from bullying at school. On Aug. 14, tragedy rippled throughout the community when he committed … more
On September 14 the Lloyd American Legion Post 193 held a special ceremony to dedicate their main meeting room to the late Benjamin E. Bragg Sr. [1924-2018]. Legion Commander Chris Froland … more
Engineer Ray Jurkowski, of CPL, recently compiled a water feasibility report on the proposed Falcon Ridge subdivision project for the Lloyd Town Board to review. The developer’s … more
During the September 18 Plattekill Town Board meeting, the Boy Scouts of Troop 195 presented a special gift to the people of Plattekill. Dustin Columbo, patrol leader, presented the Town Board with a … more
The third annual Climate Solutions Summit took place on Saturday at SUNY New Paltz in the midst of climate protests and actions taking place around the world. Millions of students around the globe … more
The New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) presented Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus with its Executive Director Award for Public Service at its Fall Seminar at Resorts World … more
Nick Johannets said UNICO’s annual Clambake has been going on for at least 15 years. He said the money they raise at this event goes into the general fund to support numerous local charities … more
The one day Festival on Saturday, September 14th at the Milton Landing Park turned into two because of rain. On the 14th the annual Corn Hole Tournament was held with players braving the … more
In the late 19th and early 20th century, life in Europe and North America was being transformed by mass production. For many that was a godsend; it made many goods and services available to low- and … more
Last week the Town of Lloyd held a memorial ceremony at the Highland Fire Department to remember the nearly 3,000 people who were lost eighteen years ago in the terrorist attacks of September 11, … more
On September 10, 2019, the Highland Central School District Board of Education convened for the first meeting of the 2019/20 school year. Members of the Board welcomed the new Student Representative … more
Tucked away in the woods of Marlboro, follow the sounds of the churning waters and chirping crickets. Down a gravel path canopied by trees, there lies a piece of history. On Sunday, Sept. 15 the … more
Recently Engineer Ray Jurkowski, of CPL, analyzed the water and sewer capacities in Lloyd and explained his findings to the Town Board. “The basis of the water and sewer capacity had arisen … more
Orange County will recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) by hosting the Clothesline Project outside of the County’s Government Center for the second consecutive year. The County … more
Planned Parenthood Mid-Hudson Valley (PPMHV) and the Newburgh LGBTQ Center are proud to announce the expansion of hormone care for transgender and non-binary people at the Planned Parenthood Newburgh … more
Though summer is winding down, towns all around the Hudson Valley are still planning events to bring the community together for the upcoming autumn season. Organizations from the town of Plattekill … more
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