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The Village of Montgomery has been looking to add sidewalks for some time, but may have to face the reality that grant money just isn’t available. “You can buy a pickle ball (court) … more
Walden Village Manager John Revella has announced that the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) has informed the Village that road grinding and resurfacing is scheduled to take place in … more
Neighbors in Shawangunk, Crawford and Newburgh enjoyed National Night Out last week, but the event hasn’t been held in the Town of Montgomery since 2018. Town of Montgomery Supervisor Brian … more
The Town of Montgomery is using some Covid relief funds to launch a program for residents interested in starting or growing their own business. The 10-week program is being offered in … more
The City of Newburgh has announced the upgrade and expansion of municipal parking meters and the launch of its first mobile payment option for parking powered by Passport, a leading transportation … more
New Windsor Town Board is looking to crack down on the problem of illegal dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles that have appeared frequently in the town. Supervisor George Meyers presented the … more
Precision Pipeline Solutions completed maintenance and repair work in front of the former gas station at 842 Broadway that is looking to be remediated in the coming months. Ward 3 Councilman Bob … more
The building known as 242 Broadway has seen several periods of work conducted but still requires extensive work to be done prior to completion. As of now, most of the brick exterior facing Broadway … more
Eighteen other municipalities currently receive information and technology support services from the Town of New Windsor. Now, the town is considering whether they want to continue or discontinue … more
On July 27, at about 11:59 p.m., City of Newburgh Police Officers received a Shotspotter activation in the area of 207 Lake Drive for five rounds. Officers located a victim, a 29-year-old Newburgh … more
On July 30, the City of Newburgh Police Department responded to the intersection of South Street and Pierces Road for a motor vehicle accident involving a motorcycle. The operator of the motorcycle, … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Wednesday, July 27, 2022, Corey Owens, 28, of Newburgh, was convicted following a jury trial in Orange County Court of Criminal … more
At the request of Public Works Chief Matthew Thorp, the village will go into Phase One water restrictions. “The last month and a half, the water table has been low,” Thorp reported. … more
Borrowing a traffic count/speed device from Montgomery, Maybrook Police Chief Arnold “Butch” Amthor reported that suspected traffic speed problems on Clark Place are indeed serious. The … more
Because of a threat of severe weather as well as an air quality alert, the second Family Movie Night in Maybrook was postponed. The showing of “Luca” will now take place at dusk, Fri., … more
A Special meeting of the Board of Education is scheduled to take place on Monday, August 8, 2022, at 5:30 p.m. in the Administration Building. It is anticipated that the Board of Education will move … more
Gardiner Library presents “Trash Bata” Dance Theater Performance by Bárbara Martínez on Sunday August 7, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. for all ages. “Trash Bata” is a … more
The Town of Montgomery Food Pantry, Inc is in need of donations of specific supplies to support their weekly program serving hundreds of local families in the Greater Town of Montgomery … more
Please be advised that due to ongoing construction activities, North Street will be reduced to one travel lane in alternating directions in the area from Robinson Avenue (9W) to Fullerton Avenue on … more
The Ulster County Veterans Luncheon will be held from noon until 3 p.m. July 28 at the Clintondale Christian Church Community Hall. The community hall is located at 302 Crescent Ave., … more
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