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Last week Lloyd Police Chief James Janso commented on 2020 and offered a few uplifting remarks for the new year. “As 2021 begins, let us be reminded of the hope that lies ahead for this new … more
This past Wednesday, the Plattekill Town Board met to discuss monthly planning and future policy necessities, but notably debated a hopeful summer camp and a newly signed legislation from Gov. … more
Michael Kaminski, President and CEO of Hudson Valley Hospice, announced that Hudson Valley Hospice has achieved Level 5 of the We Honor Veterans Program. Level 5 is the highest level achievable in … more
The proposed Route 9W Dollar General is making its way to Milton — the Town of Marlborough Planning Board approved the applicant’s paperwork and sketches at its Jan. 19 meeting and slated … more
The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz announces “Lewis Hine, Child Labor Investigator,”an exhibition featuring Lewis Hine’s powerful photographs for the National Child … more
Over the summer, when social justice movements were happening across the country, a group of local Newburgh residents considered how they can take action right here in their own city. … more
The Newburgh Food Co-op is aiming to create a “member-owned grocery store” in the City of Newburgh to help community members who might be facing food insecurity. Behind the initiative … more
Mount Saint Mary College recently honored nearly 50 longtime personnel for their dedicated service to the college.Also recognized were teachers and administrators from Bishop Dunn Memorial School who … more
The Boys and Girls Club has always offered beneficial supplementary programming for before and after school. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic, they asked themselves how they can help support … more
A public hearing on Executive Order 203 was held on Monday, January 25 during the City Council meeting, where members of the community largely commented on the city’s Right to Know Act and a … more
Edward Lang was arrested at his home on Liberty Street on Saturday, January 16 for his alleged involvement in the storming of the U.S. Capitol on January 6. According to a statement from … more
Sasha Geerken has connected her love for herbalism with women’s wellness and reproductive work. She is a doula, herbalist and midwifery assistant who offers “holistic reproductive … more
After several years of fundraising and planning, the Town of Shawangunk Community Clock is nearing completion. The clock is located in the Hamlet of Wallkill at the head of the Wallkill Valley … more
“The light is coming. We’re halfway through the tunnel,” is how Maybrook Trustee Kevin Greany described the village board’s latest action on Galaxy Limited’s plan to … more
The Valley Central School District has announced that the high school will move to a co-principal model beginning Feb. 1. Valley Central Middle School Principal Russell Burns and Valley Central … more
Although candidates are still collecting signatures to appear on the ballot, three have announced their candidacy for Montgomery Village Trustee. Don Berger will challenge incumbents Michael … more
At the Valley Central School District (VCSD) Board of Education meeting on Jan. 11, the board extended its bus contract with First Student, Inc. through 2026. The board unanimously approved two … more
“This is something that I’ve wanted to start for quite some time,” said Montgomery Town Supervisor Brian Maher. During their work session last week, the town board created an … more
The January Town of Crawford board meeting was held via Zoom with a relatively light agenda. In addition to the normal business items, Supervisor Charles Carnes addressed the formation of community … more
Assemblyman Brian Miller (R,I,C-New Hartford) has been appointed by Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay (R,C,I-Pulaski) to serve in the Conference’s leadership as the Vice-Chair of the … more
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