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The Plattekill Town Board is expected to vote on a proposed local law that would ban all motor vehicle racing in the town at its February 21 meeting, according to Town Supervisor Dean DePew Sr. … more
The Newburgh City Council unanimously voted to postpone indefinitely the resolution on revised Rules and Procedures during the regular meeting on Monday, February 12. The Rules and Procedures … more
The Valley Central High School went on hold for its last two class periods, followed by a staggered dismissal, after two student altercations occurred last Friday, February 9 at the beginning of the … more
John Doerre will serve as president of the Newburgh Board of Education with Mark Levinstein serving as his vice president. Both members were sworn into their offices during a special meeting on … more
The Orange County Partnership recently announced that the Village of Montgomery and Highland Falls would each receive $4.5 million from the NY Forward Grant Program, giving both municipalities plenty … more
Residents, officials, and members of SPOMA gathered last Saturday at the Town of Montgomery’s African American burial, located on Route 416, to honor the site and its ancestor during … more
Marlboro School Board member Faith Nannini kicked off a lengthy discussion about the swim program in the district by suggesting that the board take a new look, “at the high school and the … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District agreed to settle for $11 million with two plaintiffs who accused a former gym teacher, now deceased, of sexual abuse against them during their elementary … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak addressed criticism that was recently posted on Facebook about work being done on his property that is part of the Tillson/Toc intersection project. His home … more
  Marlboro Superintendent Michael Rydell highlighted several actual and proposed courses and sports activities for next year in a slide presentation to the school board at their last … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) President Denise Fuchs have announced an agreement on a five-year contract (2024-2028) for CSEA, Orange … more
Music filled the chamber of St. George’s Episcopal Church last week as the Munich Philharmonic String Quartet performed, with the help of musicians from Monroe-Woodbury High School. more
Robert Reynolds Sr., commissioner of the Montgomery Fire Department, appeared at the Village of Montgomery’s February 6 meeting and requested that the board adopt Real Property Tax 466-A, a … more
The Town Montgomery Town Board, as part of its ongoing efforts to bring structure to the community garden, provided an update during its February 7 meeting, followed by comments from several … more
  Peter Bellizzi, President of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail Association, recently told the Lloyd Town Board that his group has erected a quartet of new signs that tell the history of … more
The war in Ukraine reaches its two-year mark on February 24. What is the state of the situation? Besides the obvious –burned and bombed buildings, ravished lands, extremely damaged … more
The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) will perform a special concert on Saturday, February 18 at 4 p.m. at Aquinas Hall on the Mount Saint Mary College campus in Newburgh. Four distinguished … more
John Doerre will serve as president of the Newburgh Board of Education with Mark Levinstein serving as his vice president. Both members were sworn into their offices during a special meeting called … more
  On Monday, February 5, the Marlborough Planning Board got a sneak preview of an upscale resort that may one day be built on a 152-acre site at 626 Lattintown Road.   The … more
Lightstar Renewables, the developer behind the solar farm project for Plains Road, returned to the Town of Montgomery’s planning board during its January 29 meeting and proposed a new solar … more
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