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The saga of the seven mysterious barrels at the Town of Plattekill transfer station has taken another turn. Following the November 16 Town Board meeting, Councilman Dean DePew Sr. said the town … more
Last week, Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak said the town has received a $500,000 award from Ulster County through the American Rescue Plan Act [ARPA]. The funds will be put toward the $2.5 million … more
The Town of Lloyd has posted regular updates on the town’s website on the progress of the construction work that is being done along Tillson Avenue. This roadwork is part of an overall upgrade … more
The Marlboro chapter of UNICO has sponsored the Italian heritage essay contest for 7th and 8th graders in the district for the past 28 years. Each of the 1st Place winners received $200 and a … more
On the morning of Friday, November 18, residents and community members made their way to the Newburgh Armory Unity Center on South William Street to partake in the St. Mary’s Outreach November … more
A ballot counting lawsuit filed by New York Senate Candidate Dorey Houle against the New York State Board of Elections, the Orange County Board of Elections and 42nd Senate District Candidate James … more
Members of the community, community leaders, elected officials and friends joined the staff and team of Healthfirst last week to celebrate the organization’s grand opening of their new Orange … more
Leptondale Bible Church congregation members and neighbors joined together on Saturday, November 12 for the third annual Thanksgiving Meal Celebration and enjoyed home cooked turkey, stuffing, corn, … more
The Valley Central School District will begin 2023 with a new superintendent leading the district. During the Monday, November 14, 2022, Board of Education Meeting, board members unanimously … more
Emotions are running high in Maybrook, where the local Catholic Church is due to close in less than two months That was evident last week, when it was learned that the Village of Maybrook Department … more
The Town of Montgomery doesn’t want to pay for Hill Street Bridge, and Village of Walden Board Trustees aren’t happy about it. On November 3, Town of Montgomery board members discussed … more
When longtime Town of Shawangunk Supervisor John Valk makes the expected announcement early next year that he’ll be retiring at the end of his two-year term, Deputy Supervisor Adrian … more
Back in July, Empanada Nirvana owner Nelson Pantoja and business partner/manager Addie Torres had the idea to start a free food fridge in Walden. Months later, concerns have risen. The idea of the … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has announced that ten municipalities and one developer have been approved to receive more than $2 million through the 2023 Community Development Block Grant … more
New Windsor residents, first responders and local veterans joined together, with other Americans across the country, on Friday, November 11 for the annual celebration and remembrance of Veterans Day. … more
All U.S. Veterans are honored on Veterans Day, which takes place at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month and commemorates the signing of the Armistice with Germany in 1918 that ended WW I. … more
With the recent mild weather in the Hudson Valley, construction to revitalize the TOMVAC building has been moving quickly forward. Supervisor Scott Corcoran said they have framed and sheathed the … more
Tina Fino’s life took a remarkable turn after she published a cookbook of her family’s favorite recipes that she entitled, ‘From My Heart to Your Table.’ Her long journey led … more
On Monday evening the Marlborough Town Board appointed Frank Zebrowski and Kevin Coronel as part-time Police Officers for the purpose of attending the Ulster County Police Academy. Supervisor … more
Democrat and Working Families Party candidate Jen Metzger was elected to the Office of Ulster County Executive last week, defeating Republican and Conservative Party opponent, James Quigley, III by … more
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