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Reaction was swift, and predictable to Friday’s Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling that made abortion legal in this country nearly 50 years ago. It was … 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
More than 50 fire companies, hundreds of firefighters and dozens of pieces of fire apparatus passed through the streets of Wallkill on Saturday for the Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s … more
More than 50 fire companies, hundreds of firefighters and dozens of pieces of fire apparatus passed through the streets of Wallkill on Saturday for the Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s … more
More than 50 fire companies, hundreds of firefighters and dozens of pieces of fire apparatus passed through the streets of Wallkill on Saturday for the Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s … more
The Lloyd Town Board approved a resolution 4 -1 that will allow developer Dan Gueron to continue moving forward on his proposed 166 home development project known as Falcon Ridge off of Upper North … more
Last week the Marlboro school board listened to an Essential School to Watch presentation that was led by Marlboro Middle School Principal Debra Clinton. She said the program promotes continuous … more
Kids and adults alike have been captivated by the endless fun of LEGO since the 1930’s. In the present, LEGO is still going strong, releasing countless new sets every year. Collaborations with … more
Political newcomer Bill Kras was sworn in to replace the late Larry Farrelly on the Plattekill Town Board at the board’s June 15 meeting at the Town Hall. Farrelly passed away on April 14 … more
This month the Adonai Masonic Lodge #718 in Lloyd held a ceremony under the direction of Richard Kessler, Grand Master of Masons for New York State, to acknowledge the lodge’s 150th … more
A fire on Lander Street in Newburgh has left one person dead, another injured. On June 15, at about 10:48 p.m. the City of Newburgh Fire Dispatch was alerted to a reported kitchen fire at 68 … more
Members of the Newburgh Parent Alliance and other community stakeholders attended the Newburgh Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, June 14 to speak out to the board in frustration about racially … more
The Town of Newburgh Republican Committee gathered on Friday, June 17 for the Lincoln Day Dinner to celebrate and honor the newest recipient of Republican of the Year, Courtney Canfield-Greene of the … more
Residents and visitors of the City of Newburgh will now have the opportunity to discover, learn and visit the new Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit at Newburgh, which officially opened on Saturday, June 18. … more
The Town of New Windsor Police Department uncovered a prostitution operation at A&A Spa located at 357 Windsor Highway and arrested an involved employee. The investigation into the business took … more
The City of Newburgh celebrated the 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration in Downing Park on Sunday, savoring local food, music and supporting local business. This celebratory event was organized by … more
Newburgh residents were treated to drag performances, hula hoop lessons, local vendors, food and music during the first official Pride celebration in Downing Park on Saturday, June 18. This community … more
Yet another distribution center has been proposed for Neelytown Road in the town of Montgomery. Last week representatives of RDM Group made a presentation to the Montgomery Planning Board, … more
Outraged and concerned parents, angered by a decision to open school two days after a terrorist threat was reported, confronted school district officials last week during the Valley Central School … more
A sunny afternoon greeted drivers of some 120 vintage automobiles, Sunday when they made a lunch stop in Montgomery en route from Warwick, RI to Fargo, ND. The 9-day, 2,300 mile journey was the 2022 … more
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