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Two years after it began offering cheap flights to Europe amid much fanfare, Norwegian Air announced that it would suspend service out of New York Stewart International Airport in September. The … more
Even though plans for a 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock Festival have fallen through, “Big Lee” Mazzola has, for the last 12 years, created a musical celebration of ‘3 Days, … more
At a special meeting on August 5, the Marlborough Town Board approved the issuance of $1.2 million in serial bonds for a 20 year period to pay for the reconstruction of the Milton Landing South Pier. … more
Earlier this month State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli released his department’s audit of the financial conditions in the Town of Lloyd from January 1, 2014 through January 15, 2019. The … more
Girl Scout Troop 60174 of Marlboro worked tirelessly to complete the gaga ball pit they were building for Cluett Schantz Memorial Park, which was vandalized sometime last week. Alivia Menser and … more
Fred Riley has made it his mission to fix the crumbling roof at the First United Methodist Church of Highland. The church was built in 1869 and has long served as the centerpiece of the … more
The Plattekill Town Board received a lesson on the benefits of hemp during their August 7 meeting. Gail and Amy Hepworth of Hepworth farms, located in Milton and Plattekill, introduced members of … more
Marlborough farmers Amy and Gail Hepworth have always worked for the greater good of the farming community. In January they launched a co-op called Hempire State Growers at their Rte. 9W offices and … more
The Marlborough Town Board is working diligently to revamp their small river-town through the renovation of Milton Landing Park, in hopes of attracting tourism and offering new opportunities for the … more
Despite Saturday’s threat of rain and thunderstorms, a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the 10th anniversary of Bridge Music went ahead as planned in honor of composer Joseph Bertolozzi’s … more
A crash between a utility task vehicle and a Jeep Wrangler in the area of 13 Mt. Zion Road in the Town of Marlborough claimed the life of the UTV operator, town police said. The accident occurred … more
Woodstock 50 may have been cancelled, but Lee Mazzola is hosting once again his Mazzstock Music Festival this weekend that starts on Friday August 9 and runs through Sunday August 11 at 35 Hampton Rd … more
On Monday night, the Beacon City Council unanimously passed a resolution opposing the massive expansion proposed for the Danskammer gas-fired power plant on the Hudson River. Beacon is now the … more
Congressman Shawn Patrick Maloney Thursday hailed the recent congressional passage of his bill banning oil carrying barges from anchoring at environmental sensitive areas on the Hudson … more
The 2019 New York International Air Show, scheduled for August 24-25 at New York Stewart International Airport, will feature an array of military aircraft on static display. Covering 50 acres on … more
Not only do green screens bring endless creative possibilities, they also teach valuable computer skills, which you can now learn at the Highland Public Library. The Highland Public Library just … more
Traffic is the current focus concerning a project called The Views at Highland that has been proposed for 3715-3725 Route 9W in the area of Chapel Hill Road, South Chapel Hill Road and Mayer … more
GlidePath Power Solutions has proposed a one-story, 30,000 sq/ft lithium-ion battery storage facility in Highland behind the NYS Department of Transportation building at the intersection of Routes 9W … more
After roughly a month in office, Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan made his eighth town meeting visit at the Plattekill Town Hall on July 17. Ryan is taking a grassroots approach to grasping the … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced recently that his administration is committed to reducing the number of opioid fatalities in the county by 50 percent within two years. He said the county … more
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