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On June 27, 2022, at approximately 11:15 p.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department received a ShotSpotter notification in the area of North Miller St. Upon arrival Officers located a 16-year-old … more
On Thursday, June 23, The Newburgh Free Academy [NFA] Class of 2022, 744 graduates in total, walked across the stage at Academy Field and received their diplomas, ready to head off into the next … more
Marlboro High School held its 86th Commencement ceremony for the Class of 2022 out on the football field under a beautiful sunny blue sky. The Class of 2022 processed out onto the field to the … more
The Commencement Ceremony for the Highland High School Class of 2022 opened with the National Anthem, sung by gradating senior Ella Falco. Principal William Zimmer opened his address to the Class … more
Family and friends gathered on Friday, June 24 at Wallkill Senior High School and celebrated the commencement ceremony for the 247 graduates of the Wallkill Class of 2022. Two years have passed … more
The Pine Bush High School Class of 2022 moved on to the next chapter of their lives on Friday, June 24, 2022, as 379 students walked across the coveted stage during the annual commencement ceremony. … more
The Valley Central High School Class of 2022 celebrated the culmination of their high school career on Saturday, June 25, 2022, on the high school field. Under the hot summer sun, graduates received … more
The southern pier at the Milton Landing Park was closed a number of months ago by Building Inspector Tom Corcoran because some construction items and inspections had not been completed. He said he … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced last week that Ulster County is allocating American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding and Opioid Settlement funding to bolster mental health supports in … more
Nina Postupack, Ulster County Clerk is pleased to present “Colonial Game Days” June 30 through July 2, at the Matthewis Persen House Museum located at 74 John Street in uptown Kingston, … more
In order to increase visibility, increase response time and foster new community relations, a new 24/7 operational Mobile Police Station from the City of Newburgh Police Department was dispatched and … more
The Newburgh Board of Education voted to suspend Newburgh Free Academy Assistant Principal Katiana Simon and three other district employees, who were not identified, during their regular meeting on … more
Dr. Roberto Padilla, the former Newburgh Schools Superintendent who was placed on paid leave last August and is the subject of a sexual harassment and workplace retaliation lawsuit, has a new … more
The Valley Central Board of Education called a special meeting on Wednesday, June 22, during which the Board accepted the resignation of Superintendent of Schools John Xanthis. This comes after … more
A Town of Montgomery barn could soon become the region’s newest wedding venue. William Devine, owner of Pleasantly Devine Stables LLC is seeking approval from the Town of Montgomery Planning … more
When new sidewalks were installed on Walden’s Ulster Avenue in the spring of 2020, the village was prevailed upon to preserve the old bluestone sidewalk slabs that existed there. Village … more
A proposal by the Town of Montgomery to increase police presence in each of the Valley Central Schools is still a work in progress. The Village of Walden is home to two of those schools, and village … more
An application for two food trucks on Main Street in Gardiner generated enthusiastic support from two town residents at a public hearing at the June 21 Town of Gardiner Planning Board … more
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, visited Newburgh last Wednesday to officially open a new office for Catholic Charities at 280 Broadway. The office and center is located on the … more
The Newburgh Armory Unity Center honored educator, mentor and volunteer Linda Romano with the dedication and renaming of the Scholars in Scrubs classroom to the Linda Romano Healthcare Education … more
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