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A group of Marlborough Cadette Girl Scouts proposed a unique project to the Town Board at Monday nights meeting. “We have an idea to add a Kindness Rock Garden at the beautiful … more
At last week’s Lloyd Town Board meeting, Supervisor Paul Hansut commented on a story reported in the Southern Ulster Times concerning an audit that was recently completed by the NYS Office of … more
Members of the Ulster Regional Gane Enforcement Narcotics Team (U.R.G.E.N.T.) report the arrest of a Marlborough woman following a long-term investigation into the sales of heroin and cocaine in the … more
Last week at a special meeting, the Lloyd Town Board awarded a construction project, known as the Church Street Water Improvements, to Green Meadows Enterprises in the amount of $305,650. The … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, members of the Ulster County Legislature, members of organized labor, and representatives of the volunteer firefighter community last week broke ground on the new … more
Lloyd senior citizens came out to the Highland Landing Park last Tuesday to enjoy a nice breeze and a view of the Hudson River at the eighth annual Town of Lloyd Senior Citizen Breakfast. The … more
The Town of Plattekill is saying goodbye to Summer, and hello to Fall. The fall season is always a busy time for Plattekill. Coming up in September, the annual Plattekill Day and Vetern’s Car … more
Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack is pleased to announce that on Saturday, August 31, the Ulster County Historical Society will host an historic tools & implements exhibit and demonstration at … more
Last Saturday the Milton Fire Department could not have asked for better weather for their annual Lobster & Clam Bake. The department ended up serving up 300 lobsters and 26 bushels of clams to … more
Heading into the school year last fall, the Wallkill Central School District introduced a bolstered School Resource Officer (SRO) and Special Patrol Officer (SPO) program that stationed a local … more
Location proved to be key when Thomas Gibney and Patty Reynolds were looking to move to Brittany Terrace seven and five years ago, respectively. Both Gibney and Reynolds agree that the location at … more
Blue skies and white puffy clouds formed the perfect backdrop for the 2019 New York International Air Show last weekend. The annual showcase featured a number of exciting teams including a few fan … more
Climate Smart Gardiner—a community action group fighting climate change—has been hard at work in the Gardiner community. Climate Smart Communities (CSC) is a state program coordinated … more
Last week five development projects made their way to the Lloyd Planning Board’s desk for their consideration. D & D AutoThe auto parts store is proposing to construct a 30 ft by 120 ft, … more
In recent weeks, the Marlborough Town Board and Police Chief Gerald Cocozza have been discussing the purchase of a new police car. Last week, after Councilman Allan Koenig touched upon the importance … more
Previously, the Southern Ulster Times reported that for years the Town of Lloyd has not required developers to provide Affordable Housing units within their residential projects as is stipulated in … more
It all begins in May when residents of Marlborough purchase small tomato plants that they hope will be prize-winners in August when everyone gathers at the Benmarl Winery for an afternoon of fun and … more
There was magic in the air at the last Family Fun Night of the summer in the Sarah Hull Hallock Library. Scott Jameson, a magician and juggler, was the entertainment for the night. The show was … more
On Saturday, August 24, the Walkway Over the Hudson will be closed to pedestrians until 1 p.m. to allow Hudson Valley motorcyclists to cross over, starting on the Highland side, and proceed through … more
Hudson Valley Honor Flight is seeking veterans for its fall flight taking place on Saturday, October 12. The October flight will depart from New York Stewart International Airport in New Windsor … more
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