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In keeping with the long tradition of great jazz presentations at Orange County Community College SUNY Orange— Jazz on the Weekend has two very different types of concerts scheduled. To … more
Last Sunday, the Premier Cares Foundation held their 10th annual Prostate Cancer Walk, starting at the Ulster Welcome Center at the Walkway Over the Hudson.Dr. Evan Goldfischer, of the Premier … more
This week the Southern Ulster Times interviewed Michelle Hook, Vice President of Public Affairs for Danskammer Energy LLC, seeking her comments on last weeks reporting of a meeting in the City of … more
A moment of silence preceded the September 4 meeting of the Plattekill Town Board. Members of the Town Board honored Senator William J. Larkin,who passed away on August 31, 2019. Senator Larkin was … more
Orange County Historian Johanna Porr Yaun has been named chair of the Orange County Semiquincentennial Commission and is accepting applications to fill a dozen positions within the group. Orange … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced on Friday that the Orange County Senior Games will celebrate its 36th year with a variety of competitions, contests, museum tours and social … more
Last Wednesday the Marlboro Central School District kicked off the 2019-20 school year. Superintendent Michael Brooks said kids coming back to the campuses was a welcome sound. “The … more
A wide assortment of colorful model trolleys has sprung up in the hamlet of Highland. The program, which is run by the Lloyd Historical Preservation Society, highlights the important role that … more
The 30th Annual Gardiner Day is Saturday, September 7, 2019, from 11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at three locations throughout Gardiner: Majestic Park, In the Hamlet, and Outside Town Hall. Admission is … more
On Saturday, September 7th, the 29th Annual General Montgomery Day 8k Run/walk will be held as the kickoff event for the daylong festivities of General Montgomery Day in the village of Montgomery. … more
Good news for Hudson Valley art lovers! For its September program, the Town of Lloyd Historical Preservation Society (TOLHPS) will bring back Dr. William Rhoads, professor emeritus of art history at … more
Retired State Senator Bill Larkin, whose distinguished political career spanned nearly half a century, died Saturday at the age of 91. His death was announced Sunday afternoon by his … more
Last week the City of Beacon hosted a public forum on a proposal by Danskammer Energy to build a new $400 million natural gas-fired power plant to replace the 1950s era facility in the Town of … more
If you were shopping in the Highland Tractor Supply Company on Saturday, Aug. 24, then you might have spotted some unusual inventory: live puppies!This past Sunday, Tractor Supply concluded their … more
At the last Marlboro School Board meeting, the board unanimously authorized the tax levy for the 2019-20 school year that was approved by voters in May. Director of Business and Finance Patrick … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced that decorated New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Deputy Chief Jay Jonas will be the keynote speaker at the County’s September 11th Patriot … more
Pine Bush’s Main Street has a new addition in Inglenook Marketplace, a home décor store that exudes the coziness of its namesake. An inglenook is a feature of old homes where family … more
Retired State Senator Bill Larkin, whose distinguished political career spanned nearly half a century, died Saturday at the age of 91. more
Last Saturday morning the Walkway Over the Hudson was closed to pedestrians to allow 1,070 motorcyclists, along with 403 passengers, from nearly 20 motorcycle clubs and community organizations, to … more
At Monday night’s Marlborough Town Board meeting, Supervisor Al Lanzetta announced that the town recently won a ruling to establish an at-grade pedestrian crossing about 25 feet south of the … more
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