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The wheels of justice continue to spin during the COVID-19 pandemic, albeit in a different way than any time before. “Technically, we are open,” said Village of Walden and Town of … more
The Town of Montgomery Industrial Development Agency (IDA) will hold a public open house September 30 regarding the Route 17K Economic Development Corridor Study. Attendees are encouraged to … more
As civil unrest raged across the country, the predominantly white community of Gardiner wondered what it could do to offer support to its Black and minority citizens. The Town Board passed an Aug. 11 … more
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Saturday for Astoria Hudson. The business moved its location from 3 Union Street to 84 Clinton Street in the Village of Montgomery. Owner Kateigh Jamieson moved … more
On Monday, Sept. 21, new sidewalks were installed on Country Club Drive in Maybrook, connecting Ted Miller Drive and Homestead Avenue. This was funded by a Dormitory Authority State of New York … more
After getting called up to the big leagues last September, James Karinchak has been looking to prove himself as a solid major league relief pitcher. Early in the year, the coronavirus put some … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Hudson Valley) is calling out major insurance companies who have been using deceptive practices in the past several months in an effort to avoid paying policyholders who have … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and the County’s Veterans Service Agency (VSA) hosted a ceremony on Tuesday, September 29 to honor the 40 County residents who died 102 years ago on … more
Graft Cider, a brewery who pays its respects to the old-world style of cider making while experimenting with modern brewing techniques, originally located at 218 Ann Street, is moving to a new … more
The Town of Montgomery has seen some turnover recently, as two Board of Ethics members and one Industrial Development Agency member have resigned. Ethics Board member Conrad Flickenschild asked … more
“On that day I did not have my phone with me and I was bleeding pretty badly,” said Father Mark Kurowski. Kurowski approached the Shawangunk Town Board on Thursday, requesting safety … more
The New Hurley Reformed Church in the Town of Plattekill is five years older than the nation it resides in. Members of the congregation gathered on Sept. 12 to celebrate the church’s 250th … more
A local hydro excavating business is hoping to combine their two locations into a single site on Ridge Road in Montgomery. Spread over 74 acres on both sides of Ridge Road, the project includes … more
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Saturday for Java Blue Coffee & Food Market in the Village of Montgomery. The café, located at 8 Union Street, features an extensive menu, which … more
It is no secret that restaurants have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that they have once again opened their doors to diners, Randi Greene proposed an additional revenue stream to the … more
On Sunday, hundreds of Donald Trump supporters gathered at Crawford Town Park in Pine Bush for a rally. Drivers from trucks, cars and motorcycles waved flags and signs backing the … more
The Town of Crawford September board meeting was held in the Senior Center with about a dozen people in attendance, a dramatic drop from the highly emotionally charged August meeting, which can be … more
In the United States a census is conducted every 10 years, as is mandated by Article I, section 2 of the U. S Constitution that states, “Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned … more
Safe Harbors of the Hudson, a local organization who aims to transform lives and build communities through housing and the arts, is hosting its first annual Black Renaissance Festival on Saturday, … more
The Pine Bush American Legion Post 1308 held its third annual car show at the Crawford park in Bullville this past weekend. Commander Walter Olsen, who has his own fully restored 1965 Comet said … more
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