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Tassels were moved from right to left as students crossed the threshold and opened new doors into their futures at Pine Bush High School’s graduation ceremony Thursday evening.  All … more
The Valley Central High School Class of 2024 encountered many challenges and successes over the last four years: They juggled multiple assignments and exams, adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic, and … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District’s revised spending plan of $358.98 million passed with a final count of 1,113 votes yes and 977 votes no. Challenger Thomasina A. Bello won the runoff … more
The New York State Public Service Commission on June 20, approved a settlement valued at $64.59 million with Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation (Central Hudson), and up to an additional $2 … more
At its Monday, June 24 meeting, the Marlborough Town Board honored 17 people with Pride of Marlborough Commendation Awards.   Tom Coupart, a Marlboro resident and owner and president … more
The Town of Montgomery board, during its June 17 meeting, recognized two groups that exemplified the best of their community: Montgomery Elementary’s Odyssey of the Mind and the town’s … more
As the Village of Walden board continues balancing various local laws and projects, it examined two particular items during its June 18 meeting: the residency requirements for the village’s … more
The Southeastern NY Library Resources Council, during its annual meeting each spring, commemorates one of its members with the Twila Snead Commitment to Excellence Award, signifying an … more
The Newburgh Board of Education accepted the resignation of Deputy Superintendent Ed Forgit at their regular meeting on Thursday, June 20. Forgit’s resignation will be effective Friday, Aug. … more
Dumpsters and pickleball were the highlights at Shawangunk’s Town Hall meeting last week. The meeting kicked off with an active public comment section, where residents Phil and Joan … more
Montgomery residents and visitors, despite facing the afternoon’s searing temperatures, gathered at Wooster Grove in Walden last Wednesday, June 19, and joined SPOMA for its fourth annual … more
Bishop Dunn Memorial School [BDMS] celebrated the accomplishments and academic completion of 40 graduates from the Class of 2024. Graduates now make their way to their respective high schools and … more
  Marlboro’s outstanding students and athletes for yearend 2024 were recognized by the Marlboro Board of Education at its Thursday, June 20th meeting.   First up for … more
Construction is currently under way at the Newburgh Mall with new storefronts anticipated to be appearimg this year. The mall is in the process of revitalization as businesses have either left or … more
Amscan, Inc., on Route 17K in the Town of Newburgh, has announced it will be closing prior to the end of 2024. The closure will affect 117 employees at the facility. Amscan, Inc., a well-known … more
Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus is pleased to announce significant advancements of the Cornwall Bridge Projects, aimed at enhancing infrastructure and ensuring safe and efficient transportation … more
The Commissioners of Elections would like to remind voters that Primary Day will take place on Tuesday, June 25, 2024, and various poll sites throughout the County will be open 6am to 9pm.  … more
The Village of Walden board packed up and brought its meeting straight to residents on Monday, June 17 at the corner of East Avenue and Hill Street to discuss a situation of street-wide proportions: … more
Commissioners of the Highland Fire District, concerned about a potential shortage of first responders in the near future, are considering an option that’s catching on elsewhere: free room and … more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), the Open Space Institute (OSI) and the Orange County Water Authority (OCWA) announced June 10 the permanent protection of 83 … more
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