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The saying, ‘it ain’t over till it’s over’ is an apt summation of the current status of the race for Ulster County District Attorney. On election night the tally was three votes apart with … more
There is an election set for Tuesday, December 10 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the firehouse at 25 Milton Avenue for residents to vote for a Fire Commissioner. There are five Fire Commissioners who are … more
The annual holiday open house and tree lighting, hosted by the Sarah Hull Hallock library and the Hamlet of Milton Association, respectively, is kicking off the holiday season on Sunday, Dec. 8, from … more
Marlborough Building Inspector Tom Corcoran told the Town Board that they need to more closely monitor the activities taking place at the TOMVAC building. He pointed out that the board did not … more
Luz Mercado was scared when her son, Luis, went to serve as a Marine in Iraq in 2004. Still, she was determined to support him, so she proceeded to send him care packages. “I cried all the … more
Last week the Marlborough Town Board unanimously approved a base bid of $1,479,648 from the Arben Group LLC to restore the south pier at the Milton Landing Park. In addition, the board approved an … more
In recent weeks Highland Landing Park Manager Lenny Auchmoody has installed a series of LED lights at the waterfront park that illuminates the area in the evening hours. He said the Selux Corporation … more
Twenty individuals who either live, work or volunteer in Orange County were honored at the 13th Annual “Orange County’s Rising Stars,” event at Anthony’s Pier 9 in Newburgh, an event hosted … more
With parts of Ulster County expected to get between 8 to 18 inches of snow from Sunday into Monday, Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced the opening of the Ulster County Warming Center more
Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19), joined by Reps. Don Young, (AK-AL), Elise Stefanik (NY-21), and Brian Mast (FL-18) introduced the bipartisan Fairness for Local Veteran Cemeteries Act, … more
A group of Wallkill parents are concerned about the school district’s special education program, and local mother Tasha Newton presented her issues with the program to the Board of Education … more
With the holiday season approaching, the Clintondale Christian Church gave their community an early taste of Thanksgiving on Saturday. The event took place at the Church’s fellowship hall … more
A Public Hearing to consider a building moratorium in Lloyd was held last Wednesday evening at the Highland Firehouse. It was attended by a large number of town residents as well as attorneys … more
Each year the Marlboro chapter of UNICO National holds an Italian themed essay contest for 7th and 8th graders, followed by an awards dinner. This year the 1st Place winner in the 7th grade was … more
The Plattekill Town Board passed a resolution officially adopting the 2020 town budget during their November 20 Town Board meeting. The preliminary budget, which was discussed and approved at a … more
The Accelerator, a certified New York State incubator focused on bringing manufacturing back to the mid-Hudson Valley, recently partnered with the Orange County Youth Bureau to host the Second Annual Emerging Leaders Youth Conference for sophomore, junior and senior students throughout Orange County. more
Last week the Marlborough Town Board accepted a bid for a solar array system from Nexamp Solar LLC, slated to be built at the site of the town landfill off Baileys Gap Road. The company projects the … more
Superintendent Jon Bongiovi hosted a special presentation at this month’s Highland Central School District Board of Education meeting outlining the district’s goals for the upcoming … more
Twin brothers Frank and Teddy Harpolis, and their childhood friend, Dane DeSantis, are trying to create a nightlife in Marlboro with the opening of Brix Gastropub in October. The three men met in … more
November 12 was an especially cold evening but that did not stop Ben Lambousis from repeatedly flipping a 700 pound earth-mover tire at the Marlboro High School as a fundraiser to bring attention to … more
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