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A Pine Bush man is in State Police custody following a Christmas Eve shooting in the parking lot of Walden’s Thruway Shopping Center. The incident was reported at 7:22 a.m. when, according … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp. repair crews are working throughout the service area to restore power to customers after heavy rains and wind gusts of more than 50 miles per hour in some … more
The Marlborough Police Department has a 20 year tradition of delivering toys to families during the holiday season and they weren’t going to let a pandemic get in the way of carrying out their … more
On December 16 the Lloyd Town Board held their last regular meeting for 2020, touching upon a number of year end topics. Councilman Joe Mazzetti, who is the liaison to the Highland Central School … more
Each year the Lloyd Police Department collects toys for children during the holiday season but this year has been a little different due to the covid-19 pandemic. Chief James Janso said covid has … more
Even though a fierce snowstorm blanketed the state last week, the Marlboro School Board held their final board meeting of the year via Zoom. Superintendent Michael Brooks took a few moments to thank … more
Last year, the Downing Park Planning Committee made it its goal to host one program every month at Downing Park in 2020. After two successful events in January and February and one planned for March, … more
This year, Human Rights Day had its proclamation at the City of Newburgh’s December 10 meeting, which also proclaimed the 10th to the 17th as Human Rights Week. This proclamation was done … more
Lifelong resident Thomas Palmer, who grew up in New Windsor’s Beaver Dam Lake neighborhood, is continually facing a number of challenges, alongside his wife Stephanie Lynn Palmer, in receiving … more
The Walden Village Board approved a resolution to annex the Biagini property at their meeting last Tuesday although they are unsure of what will go there. At their meeting on Thursday, the Montgomery … more
At their meeting on Dec. 15, the Montgomery Village Board set a date for a public hearing to consider the adoption of Introductory Local Law No. 3 of 2020. This will take place in the village … more
The Village of Maybrook seems to have come a long way since earlier this year when New York State issued an audit of village finances, criticizing “unrealistic” revenue estimates, … more
At Thursday’s Montgomery Town Board meeting, the board approved a contract with Vinnie Bagwell to create a conceptual design for a public art installation at the African American Cemetery. The … more
The Gardiner Town Board celebrated its final meeting of the year with a swift agenda filled with a handful of unanimous votes Dec. 8. “I for one will be happy to see this year come to an … more
Firefighters from the Goodwill Fire Department in the Town of Newburgh were called to a fully involved car fire in a driveway of a Gidney Avenue address at around 4 a.m. When the fire was out, … more
The Hudson Valley Rail Trail has become a little bit cleaner with the removal of a significant amount of trash, metal, scattered debris, an old delivery box truck and even a decaying house trailer, … more
Tensions grew high at the Dec. 14 Town of Marlborough Board Meeting after Councilman Scott Corcoran noticed a theme in the Planning Board’s monthly department reports. “There’s … more
Last Thursday evening, the Marlborough Police Department held their annual Blue Light Ceremony in front of the Police Station to honor the officers who were killed in the line of duty during the past … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced the formation of the Ulster County Vaccine Distribution Coalition. Led by Dr. Marc Tack, an infectious disease specialist with more than 20 years of medical … more
On Friday evening Santa Claus made an special appearance at the Hudson Valley Rail Trail parking lot off Haviland Road in Highland. Parents brought their children in the family car, got in line, and … more
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