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A fallen hero was remembered Sunday at Walden’s 14th annual Flag Day ceremony.Dominic Winum, a Walden native who was killed Feb. 26, 2021 while on duty with the Stanley (VA) Police Department, … more
Dad liked everything about canoes and canoeing. There is something about gliding efficiently across the water. It is no wonder the early guides in the Adirondacks relied on the waterways to explore … more
The Town of Crawford Police Department recently promoted Police Officer Christie Meany to the role of Sergeant, after years of service and commitment to the town. Meany, who grew up in Pine Bush … more
It’s been a long time in coming, but signs warning Medline drivers to stay away from the Village of Montgomery are finally up, and apparently are working. “I’ve noticed a huge … more
Primary Election for enrolled members of the Democratic and Republican party will take place on Tuesday, June 28, and poll sites throughout the County will be open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Orange County … more
On Sunday, June 19, the City of Newburgh will hold a Juneteenth celebration at Downing Park that is free and open to the public. The community celebration will begin at 10 a.m. and conclude at 6 p.m. … more
The Gardiner Library hosts a Repair Café on Sunday, June 26, 1-4 p.m. It’s a free event where community members bring broken items, and together, with volunteer Repair Coaches, fix them. … more
This year’s 7th annual Hudson Valley Gives was a tremendous success, raising more than $600,000 for 181 local nonprofits. The fully online fundraiser is hosted by the Community Foundation of … more
It was a successful supernatural Saturday in Pine Bush last weekend, thanks to the 11th annual UFO Fair. Local residents, people from out of town, and even some attendees from out of this world, … more
As the 2021-22 school year comes to a close, Marlboro art students held an art show at Frida’s Bakery & Cafe in downtown Milton. This is the first art show since the pandemic shut down … more
Two years have passed since the Newburgh Illuminated Festival was held due to the on-going COVID pandemic. On Saturday, June 4, food, fashion, music, art, expression, community spirit and smiles were … more
At the start of last week’s Lloyd Town Board meeting, Police Chief James Janso honored three law enforcement officers - Sgt. Anthony Kalimeras, Officer Dan Labodin and Trooper Brittany Schurko … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak gave an update to the board and the public on the streetscape project that has been proposed for the hamlet of Highland. Plavchak highlighted the areas … more
After a two year hiatus, the Milton Fire Department’s Cocktail fundraiser returned to Buttermilk Falls last Sunday evening. This year the proceeds raised will go to the Sarah Hull Hallock … more
Faced with the possibility of not having a summer camp for a third year in a row, the Town of Plattekill has decided to open it even though interest isn’t as high as usual. The Town Board … more
Recently, the Lloyd Police Benevolent Association hosted a free Youth Fishing Tournament at the pond at Berean Park. Chief James Janso came with his wife and two children. “They put this … more
When Kara Tatelbaum was quite young, she embarked on a long journey to become a dancer. Now as an adult she has penned a memoir highlighting the joys, frustrations, challenges, disappointments and … more
The SUNY Ulster Board of Trustees has named Alison Buckley, Ed.D. as the College’s seventh president, according to Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Alan Lomita. The announcement follows … more
Talk To Me About Cats, Inc. also known as TTMAC, seeks support from the City of Newburgh to assist with feral and stray cats. TTMAC, founded by Hannah Anderson of Newburgh, is a nonprofit … more
New Windsor residents listened, asked questions and commented on a proposed farm to table business project during the regular town board meeting on Wed., June 1. Blooming Hill Farm, located in … more
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