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Members of the Montgomery community gathered at the Veterans Memorial Park in the Village of Montgomery on Friday morning to pay respects to those who died after supporters of President Donald Trump … more
At Thursday’s Shawangunk Town Board meeting, Chief of Police Gerald Marlatt announced that his department has been regularly fielding questions from the New York State on PAUSE hotline … more
Kateigh Jamieson’s response to a family that lost a home to a fire did not go unnoticed. Last week she was honored as the Town of Montgomery citizen of the month for January. Jamieson … more
At last Tuesday’s Montgomery Village Board meeting, Police Chief William Herlihy announced that his department is busy building its Executive Order 203 Committee. In response to growing … more
At Monday night’s Valley Central School District Board of Education meeting, Gess LeBlanc gave a presentation on the district’s efforts to promote social and racial equality. LeBlanc … more
After a lengthy discussion at last Tuesday’s meeting, the Walden Village Board decided to eliminate trustee liasonships. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Walden village trustees were assigned … more
The Town Board of Gardiner kicked off the new year and its first meeting of 2021 with a quick, painless agenda. “Enjoy it while you can,” Town Supervisor Marybeth Majestic joked Jan. … more
Newburgh is not so much a hidden gem anymore. Between its proximity to the Hudson River, beautiful architecture and rich history, it’s easy to understand why a real estate group might have its … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District held a virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday, January 5 for parents and guardians to learn about the return to a hybrid model for the end of January, which … more
During the City of Newburgh’s January 7 work session meeting, Police Chief Arnold Amthor presented the work that has been done so far by the Executive Order 203 Oversight Committee. Despite … more
The Roe Brewster Castle, located at 11 Oak Ridge Drive in New Windsor, has hit the market at the price of $1,225,000. It has a history that goes back to the 1800s, when businessman William Roe III … more
The Newburgh Girls Code Club (NGCC), made possible by the Newburgh Free Library, took a short hiatus during the pandemic, but are now making a revival for the spring session. The club is “a … more
In the fall, Newburgh residents safely gathered outside of the Newburgh Free Library to welcome the highly anticipated arrival of the Harriet Tubman statue. However, the library’s Harriet … more
In a second installment on the proposed Danskammer gas powered plant in the Town of Newburgh, Scenic Hudson’s Environmental Advocacy Director Haley Carlock interviewed experts on the design of … more
Gov. Cuomo may have delivered his State of the State speech just hours before, but all ears were on Town of Marlborough Town Supervisor Al Lanzetta as he delivered his State of the Town address at … more
The well known America idiom ‘run it up the flagpole’ essentially means to float an idea and see what the reaction is or to try something out and see how it works. In the hamlet of … more
Marlboro School Superintendent Michael Brooks opened last week’s meeting on a positive note despite the recent actions that took place in the U.S. Capitol. “I think I can speak … more
In the early hours of December 9 vandals defaced a trailer used by the Marlborough Fire Department for hauling equipment. The trailer was parked in their parking lot and vandals spray painted the … more
The Milton Dog Park recently just got a bit more interesting for canines of all shapes and sizes with the help of two girl scouts Katie Greiner and Emersyn Lazar of troop 6-174. They added a few … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) was sworn into his second term on January 6, the first day of the 2021 legislative session. Skoufis also announced that Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins … more
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