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On Monday, June 20 the Town of Montgomery Sacred Place of My Ancestors (SPOMA) celebrated Juneteenth in Wooster Grove in Walden. It was a beautiful day to enjoy the festivities at this event … more
A site plan to construct a new firehouse in Bullville is in the works. Commissioner of the Bullville Fire District Bruce Schwope approached the Town of Crawford Planning Board with the idea for a … more
Strada Grill is a new Hudson Valley eatery, located in Montgomery, at 1011 Rt. 17K. Previously known as Brady’s Bistro, Strada Grill made its grand opening on March 1. Strada Grill is open 7 … more
The Orange County Land Trust (OCLT) has announced plans to acquire over 300 acres of land comprising a significant portion of Sugar Loaf Mountain in the Hamlet of Sugar Loaf within the Town of … more
Gardiner Library presents Music with Miss Amy. For ages 0-4, with a caregiver. Four-week series meets Wednesdays July 6, 13, 20 & 27, 10 - 10:45 a.m. Classes include movement, song time, bouncing … more
On Wednesday June 15th, at approximately 8:45 a.m., the Town of Newburgh Police responded to the Newburgh Beacon Bridge for the report of a man, according to a 3rd party caller, contemplating jumping … 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 Lander Street. At 10:49 p.m. … more
Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. … more
Last Thursday, the Highland High School Music Department presented their Spring Concert that included performances from their Jazz Ensemble, A Capella, the Choir and the Concert Band. Dan Shaut … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak questioned reporting in the Southern Ulster Times concerning the town’s proposed sidewalk project in the hamlet. Seeking clarification, he released a … more
After a ten year absence, the Highland School Board voted unanimously last week to reinstate the Student Resource Officer [SRO] program in the district, starting this fall. During the public … more
On Monday evening the Marlborough Town Board declared June Pride Month in honor of the LGBTQ community. The board took it a step further by making sure that every June in the future would be named … more
The City of Newburgh will enter its third summer without the use of the aquatic center and pool at Delano-Hitch Park but splash pad construction is anticipated to be completed by this summer. … more
A road rage incident that escalated into a potential hate crime has resulted in the arrest of a Town of Newburgh man. RD McLymore, pastor of Newburgh’s Life Restoration Church  posted … more
The fenced, charred and burnt out eye-sore known as 842 Broadway may see new life once again with a new proposal for the former gas station property. 842 Broadway returned for another review by … more
Town of Woodbury Councilwoman Kathryn Luciani will seek the open seat in the 99th New York State Assembly district this coming November. The 99th Assembly District is made up of part of both … more
On the evening of Monday, June 13, in the presence of family, friends, town board members and fellow town officers, Lieutenant Robert DeSaye was officially promoted to the rank of Deputy Police Chief … more
The Valley Central School District Board of Education Meeting was a packed house on Monday, June 13, 2022, as community members, fellow and former teachers, and parents, joined in the fight to save … more
The Village of Montgomery is hoping to receive some Federal funding to expand its senior citizen center at Veterans Memorial Park. Following a public hearing last week, the village board voted to … more
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