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A public hearing by the Montgomery Village Board on whether or not to opt out of the state’s new cannabis law has been adjourned until December 21. The hearing originally scheduled for … more
Two teenagers - one juvenile and one adult - have been arrested and charged in the aftermath of a pistol-whipping assault that occured during dismissal on Oct. 25, City of Newburgh police have … more
The Hudson River Maritime Museum is pleased to announce the launch of the trailer and a crowdfunding campaign to complete the new documentary film “Seven Sentinels: Lighthouses of the Hudson … more
On Saturday, November 27 just past 9 p.m., a 2019 Honda driven by Mark Delacorte, of Kingston, got stuck on the railroad tracks in Marlboro, near the boatyard, and was hit and destroyed by a … more
After a celebrated opening of the south pier at the Milton Landing several months ago, it was recently closed by Marlborough Councilman and project manager Howard Baker after he met with Code … more
For the past 10 years St. Augustine’s in Highland has provided Thanksgiving meals, with all the fixings, free to the public. Usually people have been able to sit down inside the school’s … more
Every year in the fall the Marlborough chapter of the Italian heritage organization UNICO, holds an Italian themed essay contest for 7th and 8th grade students. The two winners are honored at a … more
In response to rapidly rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, and the emergence of the new Omicron (B.1.1.529) variant, Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced Sunday that he has declared a … more
Artist Ann Marie Kenny recently brought a sampling of her watercolor paintings to the Highland Library as part of their Special Events series. “I’ve been painting this style for about … more
The Lloyd Town Board met on November 22 to approve the members who will sit on a pre-application conceptual review committee. They will be charged with looking at the details of a Planned Residential … more
While many families enjoy a hot meal in their homes and family tables, others enjoy a hot meal through various Thanksgiving events and open meals. At 11 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day, doors opened to the … more
At 2:35 p.m. on Wednesday, November 24, the day before Thanksgiving, the Orange County Board of Elections updated on their website the results on the New Windsor Town Supervisor race. All Election … more
Just a few yards up River Street, across from Hudson Taco and Pizza Shop, stands a white, metal menorah with nine glass bulbs waiting to be lit far into the night. The eve of Sunday, November 28 … more
On December 3 and 4, Mitzvah Arugah invites Newburgh residents to Saint Francis Pantry in the Sacred Heart Parish gymnasium to take home a hand woven winter hat for the holiday season. As the … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District announced on November 1 the beginning of their site work on the career and technical education (CTE) center behind the Newburgh Free Academy Main campus. … more
A solid black background composes most of the flag as it flies in the wind. In the center of the flag is a figure with a lowered somber head. He is in a yellow star with olive branches on either … more
Up and down Liberty Street and in other parts of the city, City of Newburgh, residents and visitors enjoyed the various businesses on Saturday, November 26, kicking off the fourth annual Shop Small … more
Town of Montgomery Supervisor Brian Maher announced last week that Medline Industries has agreed to drop their current tax challenge in State Supreme Court filed in Orange County against the Town of … more
At the November 23 Board of Education Meeting, the Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education approved an agreement with transportation company Orange County Transit to run 16 bus routes … more
Santa brought the cold, wintry winds when he arrived in Pine Bush this past Saturday for the Lions Club Event at the Gazebo. The Pine Bush Fire Department happily provided transportation for Santa … more
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