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Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation advises local residents to be prepared for heavy rains and potentially strong, gusty winds forecasted today through early Saturday. These conditions … more
On Sunday thousands of Hudson Valley residents turned out to see the WW II destroyer escort the USS Slater make its way down the Hudson River from Albany to its destination at Staten Island where it … more
On July 1 the Lloyd Town Board granted a variance from the town’s moratorium to the Village of the Hudson Valley that will allow them to move their Assisted Living Facility proposal forward to … more
Every Saturday the Heart of the Hudson Valley Farmers Market opens at 9 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m. at the Cluett Schantz Park in Milton. The market offers a wide selection of organic fruits and … more
The Open Space Institute (OSI), in partnership with Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT), and the Hudson River Valley Greenway, Tuesday announced a $1 million plan to improve the northern 9.5-mile … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan reminded residents Tuesday during his Facebook live briefing to be vigilant in combating coronavirus and urged them to continue to take precautions. Last week, County … more
During the public comment section of last week’s Lloyd Town Board meeting, resident Crystal Hammond pressed Supervisor Fred Pizzuto on what action he and the board would take concerning the … more
Documents received under a Freedom Of Information Law [FOIL] request clearly show that Jay Farrelly, son of sitting Plattekill Town Councilman Larry Farrelly, was paid $3,500 for his labor on the … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board considered a Middle Hope subdivision at last Thursday’s planning board meeting. The meeting started off with a public hearing for the Young Subdivision, a … more
Last Friday the Marlboro School District was able to hold their Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2020 outdoors but because of state restrictions due to covid-19, three ceremonies were scheduled … more
The Lloyd Town Board denied a variance from the moratorium to the Commons at Highland development project, formerly known as the Views. The proposal is for two, mixed-use buildings, located on the … more
The Milton Landing South Pier Repair project broke ground last Wednesday with town officials, members of the construction team and the public present to cheer it on. Supervisor Al Lanzetta said … more
A $150,000 member item from the late NYS Sen. William Larkin is being used to build a completely new playground at the Cluett Schantz Park in Milton. The project began in 2019 but had to stop due … more
Marlboro’s beloved music venue, The Falcon, re-opened their outdoor beer garden last Friday. At the moment the hours are Friday from 4 to 9p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 1pm until 9 … more
After it was reported that Plattekill Councilman Larry Farrelly’s son Jay was paid $3,500 for work on an extension at the Police Station, in what was a volunteer project, Supervisor Joe Croce … more
The El Paso Deli in the heart of the Highland hamlet has a new owner, Alice Ortiz. She has been open for just a month. Ortiz previously lived in Poughkeepsie for 18 years and has recently … more
The Hudson Valley Building and Construction Trades Council will host an informational webinar on Wednesday, June 24, at 5:30 p.m. During the webinar, community stakeholders, union members and energy … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board voted 3-2 to grant a waiver from a building moratorium to developer Mark Sanderson that will allow him to bring his proposed Assisted Living facility before the … more
As sectors of the economy cautiously open up, so too are area churches and houses of worship. In Highland, Fr. John Lynch, of St. Augustine Church, said they have been taking state guideline … more
Voters in Marlborough approved the 2020-21 school budget of $58,363,438 by a vote of 1,336 to 681. The public also returned incumbent  John Cantone to the Board of Education with 1,275 votes and … more
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