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The project known as Kingdom Hall received a negative declaration and was set for a public hearing on June 15 at the town hall at 7 p.m. following approval by the Town of Newburgh Planning Board at … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board will host Fabulous Events Inc at their town consultation meeting on May 23 to review the town’s Tree Preservation Ordinance and other portions of their … more
The Newburgh City Council approved to apply and accept a grant for bulletproof vests in the amount of $17,000 with a city match of 50% and adding four dispatchers and two detective positions to the … more
The Newburgh City Council approved a budget transfer in the amount of $75,000 from the Appropriated Fund Balance to the Department of Public Works for improvements to the Frank Masterson Recreation … more
State Senator Rob Rolison announced that his District Office staff will provide Mobile Office services to 39th District residents living in Orange County on Thursday, May 25 starting at 10 a.m. at … more
Marianne Serratore, the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction for the Valley Central School District, is retiring as of June 30, 2023. The Valley Central school board accepted … more
The Gardiner Democratic Committee has announced a Meet the Candidates event to give voters the opportunity to meet Gardiner Democratic Committee-endorsed candidates for local and county offices in … more
Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties is honored to extend a special invitation to all veterans for the upcoming Veterans Celebration. This event, dedicated to honoring and recognizing the … more
On May 17, the Montgomery Nursery School Three Year Old Class participated in a Trike-a-Thon fundraiser for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. The Village of Montgomery Police close the road … more
The Gardiner Library and Wild Ones Mid-Hudson Valley are hosting a native plant sale to complement the library’s new pollinator garden on Saturday May 27, 10 a.m. -12 p.m. These small … more
The Cornwall Public Library is pleased to announce its upcoming events for the week of May 21-27. The library has a variety of events for people of all ages to enjoy, including book groups, creative … more
The Town of Wallkill announces the return of its annual Touch A Truck event on Saturday, May 20, at Circleville Park located at 50 Creamery Road. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will … more
The Knights of Columbus at St. Charles Church are hosting a Flea Market and Craft Fair on Saturday May 20 at the Church Hall, 2221 Rt. 44/55, Gardiner. There are dealers set up both inside and … more
The Wallkill Hook, Ladder and Hose Co. is proud to announce its upcoming Poker Run on Saturday, May 20. This unescorted scenic ride through the Hudson Valley will start and end at the Wallkill … more
Wallkill’s Board of Education Elections results saw the four incumbents returning to serve on the board and the Wallkill District Budget of $85.4 million also passed following the election on … more
Voters approved the 2023-24 Highland school budget of $52,476,480 by a vote of 523 to 224. In addition, a proposition to purchase two busses, not to exceed   $266,756, passed by a vote of … more
Voters approved the 2023-24 Marlboro school budget of $63,973,392 by a vote of 555 to 171. In addition, three were elected to serve on the Board of Education; Rhoda Antonia Uszenski received 560 … more
The Highland Public Library is excited to announce a Boba Tea Demonstration with Friends Corner on Friday, May 12 at 1 p.m. This program is filling fast, with only 17 seats left, so be sure to … more
Spring is in the air, and the peepers are out! What better way to welcome the season than by hitting the links at Apple Greens Golf Course? Not only will you enjoy a picturesque view of the blooming … more
Ascension Holy Trinity’s annual Mother’s Day Tea will be held Saturday, May 13, 1 - 3 p.m. at Ascension Parish Hall, 1585 Route 9W, West Park. Admission is $15 per person, which … more
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