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Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today confirmed the first death related to COVID-19 in Ulster County. For reasons of privacy, specific information cannot be provided. County Executive Ryan did confirm that the individual is a 76 year old male from the Town of Plattekill who passed away at Vassar Brothers hospital due to complications from COVID-19 on Sunday, March 29. more
The Orange County Health Department on Thursday reported the second death in Orange County as a result of COVID-19. The deceased was an Orange County resident over the age of 70 with multiple pre-existing medical conditions. As of Thursday, Orange County now has 756 positive COVID-19 cases. more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today held a small business webinar that was joined by nearly 400 business owners to update them on the County’s response to COVID-19 and support available for Ulster County small businesses. This is his second small business webinar since the outbreak of COVID-19. Ulster County Executive Ryan has also proclaimed this Saturday, March 28th, as “Shop Ulster Saturday,”... more
The Town of Montgomery Community Response Team is partnering with Cultivate Montgomery, a charitable fund of the Community Foundation of Orange & Sullivan, to support senior citizens and families within the Town of Montgomery during the coronavirus outbreak. Funds raised will benefit a new program created to support local businesses while providing meals to seniors and families in need. more
County Executive Pat Ryan announced information about Ulster County’s first drive-through mobile COVID-19 testing site located at Tech City (Kingston). more
With the support of ShopRite Supermarkets, the Kaplan Foundation and Assemblyman Colin Schmitt, Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus arranged for a tractor-trailer of more than 60,000 pounds of non-perishable food to be delivered to the Encounter Church in Rock Tavern on Friday, March 20 more
Schools in Orange and Ulster Counties will be closed for the next two weeks, it was announced Friday afternoon. Ulster County Executive Patrick Ryan, announced the decision at a briefing on Friday afternoon. “Based on what we currently know about the spread of COVID-19, we believe that acting decisively now will significantly reduce the impact on our community and help protect our most vulnerable neighbors,” he said. more
The following events are canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak: more
The following events are canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak: more
The following events are canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak: more
The Town of Newburgh Police Department is investigating a shooting, which occurred at about 8 a.m. this morning, in the Chadwick Lake area of the Town of Newburgh. The investigation is in the early stages and no other information can be confirmed at this time. More details will follow at the appropriate time. Rt. 300, between Rt. 32 and Chapel Rd. is closed to traffic, and will remain so while the investigation is ongoing. more
Located in a quiet neighborhood in the town of Newburgh is the Roopchandsingh household. The household is a colorful array of family photos, video games, animals, and more. Their little dog, Rosco … more
At last Monday’s City Council meeting, William Walker presented on the 1619 Project. Walker is a retired teacher and a Newburgh Enlarged City School District Board member. Walker is … more
“Cadets, left face.” One by one, each cadet fired off their name. At last Monday’s City Council meeting, the City Council presented certificates to the graduates of the recent summer … more
Last Wednesday, Sen. James Skoufis held an intimate town hall for citizens at 2 Alices on Broadway. The town hall was part of his “Skoufis on the street” series. Initially, the town hall … more
A year removed from a budget season that saw Valley Central taxpayers reject the district’s first proposed budget, residents were far more receptive to the 2019-2020 proposed spending plan, as … more
Faith House, a maternity house opening soon in Walden, will provide expectant mothers a safe haven from poverty, unstable living situations or homelessness. Faith House purchased a 5,000-square-foot … more
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