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On August 5, Crystal Run Healthcare’s Chief Support Operations Officer, Christine Wise-Vazquez, and Chief Human Resources Officer, Mary DeFreitas, presented the second of two 2020 Crystal Run … more
Mount Saint Mary College recognized more than 550 graduates on Saturday, May 16, during a virtual Commencement celebration.Among the local graduates are the following:Bloomingbuurg: Daniella Caputo … more
A family living in Wendy Crowell Sutherland’s Wallkill family home for a year and a half has refused to pay rent since December, which they’re legally allowed to do since Governor Andrew … more
For the past two Saturdays, Suzanne Schubert and Steve Decker have set up an information table in front of Valley Supreme Liquors to discuss the proposed Mix Use Floating Zone district and the … more
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, many school bus drivers have been getting paid while others have not. Although the health crisis caused schools to close, many bus drivers have been … more
The General Montgomery Day Committee announced last Tuesday that this year’s General Montgomery Day has been canceled due to concerns stemming from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “Due … more
The New York State Legislature has granted Industrial Development Agencies (IDA) temporary authority to provide grants to qualified local small businesses and non-for-profit organizations that have … more
At the Shawangunk Town Board meeting on Thursday, residents of Apple Lane and Blossom Lane in the Hamlet of Wallkill expressed numerous concerns that have troubled them for years. The group feels … more
On Saturday, students from New Paltz High School completed a mural on the backside of the handball court at Majestic Park in Gardiner. The mural features a crowd of people holding up signs in … more
The members of the Town Board of Gardiner unanimously passed a resolution affirming that Black Lives Matter at their Aug. 11 meeting and, in an effort to hold their own feet to the fire, added in … more
On Monday, August 17, Governor Andrew Cuomo stated that effective August 24, but no later than September 2, gyms can re-open across the State under the below circumstances. Gyms include standalones, … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced Saturday that Ulster County has developed and will implement a countywide Rapid Response plan to support all local school districts as they begin reopening … more
In early May, the Wallkill School District librarians learned of a unique opportunity available through First Book, a not for profit organization that provides low cost books to kids in need. In … more
The graduating senior class winners of the Town of Montgomery Community Response Team’s and the Valley Central School District’s Essay Contest were presented with their checks on Thursday … more
Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County’s 4-H Youth Development Program will be hosting a Dog Show on Saturday, August 22 at the Education Center & 4-H Park located at 300 Finchville … more
Last Wednesday was a day many thought would never happen. After more than a decade of planning, there was a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Wallkill firehouse at the Borden family property … more
Village of Montgomery resident and business owner Randi Greene came up with the idea for the Business Council of Greater Montgomery. The purpose of this group is to make sure that small businesses in … more
On Friday, as part of National Purple Heart Day, the Town of Montgomery hosted a ceremony dedicating a Purple Heart parking spot at town hall. National Purple Heart Day is a time for Americans to … more
A plan to expand the size of Kimlin Energy’s parking lot sparked a dispute about the protection of bog turtles, an endangered species suspected to inhabit the desired lot, at the Town of … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday that based on each region’s infection rate, schools across the state are permitted to open this fall. Every region’s infection rate is below the … more
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