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Town of Montgomery Supervisor Brian Maher is headed to Albany. Maher, a former aide to Republican State Senator William Larkin, defeated Democrat Matthew Mackey last Tuesday to capture the 101st … more
A proposed 169-watt megawatt energy storage project was proposed months back to be placed in the Town of Montgomery. The conversation continues. At a Montgomery Industrial Development Board (IDA) … more
The pavilion in Crawford’s town park was full this past Veterans Day as residents came together to thank and honor those who have served. Town of Crawford Police Chief Dominick Blasko … more
The rains held off long enough last Thursday for Town of Montgomery citizens to honor the men and women who serve in America’s armed forces. The annual Veterans Day ceremony on the lawn in … more
On top of living the dream farm life - full of chickens, ducks and a horse - Cathy Bruce is a mother, wife and pastor who went through a thought-provoking journey to get where she is today. Bruce … more
During the October Valley Central School District Board of Education Meeting, School Business Official Brad Conklin shared the current status update of the Smart Schools Bond Act funding for the … more
On Tuesday, November 8, Town of Newburgh Police responded to a residence on Babes Lane, in the Town of Newburgh, for the report of a house fire. Police arrived to find one of the five occupants … more
Foster Supply Hospitality, LLC [FSH] has closed on a purchase deal of three buildings, the former Masonic Temple, YMCA and American Legion on Grand Street with the City of Newburgh. FSH seeks the … more
After all the meals prepared and various customers served over the past several years on Liberty Street, Liberty Street Bistro will serve its last dinner service on November 19. The closure was made … more
Grow Newburgh, a local plant shop in the City of Newburgh, celebrated its official grand opening on Friday, November 11. Grow founders and owners Jaclyn and Ernest Ramos were joined by their … more
In the Hudson Valley region, the 39th and 42nd Senate District races have concluded and declared their winners following Election Day on Tuesday, November 8, while the race for the 99th State … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced that the County Legislature made minimal changes to his 2023 Executive Recommended Budget during a special meeting to review it on Monday, November … more
This is the story of two men from the Village of Walden: William and Lyman Fairchild. The brothers were born in Chenango County, New York; William in 1833 and Lyman in 1826 to Treat and Electa Warner … more
When David Lionheart of Newburgh met up with his friends ten years ago for a recreational game of football, he had no idea he would be changing his life and the lives of others. What started as a way … more
On a warm November afternoon, Walden residents gathered at a hillside overlooking the Wallkill River to say thank you. The annual Veterans Day and Brick Dedication Ceremony, Sunday, was an … more
Town of Montgomery Supervisor Brian Maher is headed to Albany. Maher, a former aide to Republican State Senator William Larkin defeated Democrat Matthew Mackey to capture the 101st Assembly … more
Democrat and Working Families Party candidate Jen Metzger was elected to the Office of Ulster County Executive this evening, defeating Republican and Conservative Party opponent, James Quigley, III … more
Kelly Lybolt, of KRC Planning, recently gave a summary to the Lloyd Planning Board on the current status of the Village in the Hudson Valley Assisted Living/Senior Housing project that is slated to … more
Faced with ever increasing employee benefits, the Town of Plattekill adopted its 2023 budget on Nov. 2 with a 1.2 percent increase in the tax levy. The Town Board voted unanimously to adopt the … more
Senator Michelle Hinchey has secured a $200,000 state grant for the Town of Lloyd to complete the final phase of construction on the Assemblyman Frank Skartados Education Building, a center for … more
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