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Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) was named Majority Conference Chair by New York State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie on the first day of the 2023-24 Legislative session. Jacobson said, … more
Maybrook’s Scout Troop 236 has three new Eagle Scouts Tristan Brahm, Brian Tompkins and Patricia Tuohy. They are the 83rd, 84th and 85th Eagle Scouts for the troop since 1991. Mayor Dennis … more
Maybrook’s first proposed solar farm development is changing. The proposal originally called for construction of 22 single-family homes on one side of the parcel, a part of the original Goldman … more
A few months back, Town of Montgomery board members were pretty clear they didn’t want to pay for the rehabilitation of the Hill Street Bridge in Walden. Now it’s in talks again. The … more
Last week the Walden Police Department Facebook page encouraged people to lock their car doors due to an increase in recent car larcenies happening in the area. Luckily, the police have found the … more
Whether you’re interested in volunteer work or just want to give back to local seniors, the Town of Montgomery Seniors Independence Project (TOMSIP) is a great place to start. Volunteers … more
The City of Newburgh Detective Division is asking the public’s assistance in attempting to identify the pictured subjects in relation to a series of shootings/shots fired incidents in the North … more
Mount Saint Mary College’s Division of Math and IT invites the local community to participate in 48 hours of game creation at the Global Game Jam, starting Friday, February 3 at 5 p.m. to … more
Curasi Realty, Inc. is excited to announce the establishment of its specialized commercial division. A team of Curasi Realty professionals recently became certified in commercial real estate, … more
The Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan (CFOS) has announced the recipients of its 2022 Make a Difference grants. The Make a Difference Fund was established by the leadership of the Community … more
Gardiner Library presents Facilitated (non-traditional) Haiku Writing Circle with Carol Bergman. This 10-week series starts Tuesday January 10, 12 -1 PM. Cost: $100. A haiku is three simple lines. … more
On Thursday, December 29, Sheriff Juan J. Figueroa was sworn in as the Sheriff of Ulster County for his second term in office. The ceremony took place at the Ulster County Courthouse in Kingston, … more
The City of Newburgh Council Work Session and Regular Council Meeting will be held in-person at the Activity Center at 401 Washington Street, Newburgh. Livestreaming will not be available at the … more
The City of Newburgh and the Conservation Advisory Council are pleased to announce the return of the Christmas Tree Recycling Program. Through January 7, city residents will have the opportunity … more
A Wappingers Falls man was killed last week following a rollover accident on State Route 211 in the Town of Montgomery. At approximately 1:53 p.m. on December 27, Town of Montgomery Police Units … more
On December 9, Crawford building inspector John Calaca was arrested and charged with menacing in the second degree, later being released on an appearance ticket. Menacing in the second degree is … more
Long-time Village of Walden building inspector Dean Stickles is coming back to the building department part time this week according to Walden Mayor John Ramos. Previously the village was utilizing … more
A Montgomery man has been arrested by Crawford Town Police on a charge of sexual abuse. Gerald Lewis, who was arrested on December 31, 2022, was also charged with forcible touching, assault, … more
A 169-watt megawatt energy storage project has been in talks for quite some time now for the Town of Montgomery and soon will face the planning board. Key Capture Energy (KCE) is a group founded … more
John and Serafina (Pignetti) Dabruski will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on December 29, 2022. They were married in Sacred Heart Church in Newburgh. John served in the Marine Corps and was … more
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