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Robert Cromie, 56, of Wallkill, was sentenced in Ulster County Court to 1.25 to five years in State Prison by County Court Judge James Farrell. Cromie was convicted of Arson in the Third Degree, a … more
Sewage treatment has been a prime concern for the Town of Montgomery; in October 2023, the town and the Village of Maybrook signed an inter-municipal agreement granting the town access to … more
The Village of Montgomery recently proved another instance of its safety record last Thursday, June 6 after receiving a $4,400.18 check from Comp Alliance, its insurance company, providing a nice … more
The Town of Shawangunk is hosting a Kids Summer Camp at VerKeerderKill Park from July 1 to August 9. The camp, running daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., offers a wide range of activities including sports, … more
Town of Newburgh Police responded to the parking lot of the One Family Deli Tuesday, in Middle Hope for a reported drive-by shooting. The investigation is ongoing. more
Robert Cromie, 56, of Wallkill, was sentenced in Ulster County Court to 1.25 to five years in State Prison by County Court Judge James Farrell. Cromie was convicted of Arson in the Third Degree, a … more
In preparation for this week’s extreme weather heat, the City of Newburgh has designated the Activity Center as an indoor cooling center, and will also make the following resources available … more
On Friday, June 14, at 1:21 p.m., the New Windsor Police Department responded to Silver Stream Village at 16 Bivona Ln. for a reported stabbing. Upon arrival, officers located a 24-year-old male with … more
On June 11, at approximately 12:14 p.m., members of the Troop F Community Stabilization Unit (CSU) attempted to stop a 2017 Honda Civic traveling south on Route 9W in the town of Lloyd. The operator … more
Newburgh City Hall was open for business on Tuesday after being closed for more than an entire week due to an undisclosed cyber incident. Last Monday, June 10th, the City of Newburgh identified … more
The Newburgh Board of Education received an update on the district’s capital project Tuesday, June 11 from CSArch Chief Executive Officer Rich Peckham and Ben Alling of Jacobs Project Managers … more
The Friends of the Library is sponsoring a $600 scholarship in honor of Regina Angelo, the longest serving employee in the history of the Newburgh Free Library. Students who are high school graduates … more
On Saturday, June 15, the Plattekill Historical Society welcomes Carl Aiello, owner and publisher of the Times Community Newspapers (Southern Ulster Times, Wallkill Valley Times and Mid Hudson … more
Saint Augustine Church to Hold Bazaar and Food Truck Festival Saint Augustine Catholic Church will host its Annual Bazaar and Food Truck Festival from Thursday, June 13, through Sunday, June 16, at … more
Maybrook to host family movie night in the park On Friday, June 14th the Village of Maybrook will be hosting our first of two-Family Movie Nights at the Frederick Myers Veterans Memorial Park. … more
Last week the Highland Central School District awarded tenure, which is a four-year process, to [L-R] Marilyn Petreshock, Library School Media Specialist; Regina Raffaele, Remedial Reading teacher; … more
The Maybrook Village Board is looking to institute a limited building moratorium that would affect only the so-called Traditional Downtown Design District (TDD). A public hearing on the draft law … more
The Town of Shawangunk is hosting a Kids Summer Camp at VerKeerderKill Park from July 1 to August 9. The camp, running daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., offers a wide range of activities including sports, … more
The Village of Montgomery board, in preparation for a wastewater treatment plant project, motioned two approvals during its June 4 meeting allowing the village to begin the application process for a … more
The Town of Marlborough will celebrate the grand opening of its newly expanded and remodeled Community Center, also known as the TOMVAC building, with an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony on … more
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