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The Marlborough Fire Department recently held their annual Installation Dinner at Shadows on the Hudson in Poughkeepsie. Chief Mike Troncillito welcomed everyone to the dinner. “As the … more
The Strikeout Cancer Event in Highland had already been a successful baseball event in its first running last year, but this year a new component was added. A 5K race. And by all measures, … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Friday, April 5, 2024, Anthony Scarry, age 22, of Walden, was sentenced to seven years in prison to be followed by five (5) years of … more
A fire in a three-story Newburgh building that spread to neighboring structures, left 33 people homeless Sunday evening At 9:28 PM on Easter Sunday   the City of Newburgh Fire Department … more
The Newburgh Illuminated Festival, an annual community staple of the City of Newburgh, will not happen again this coming summer. The festival was last held in 2022 and was canceled in 2023. The … more
A two-alarm fire, shortly before dawn on Easter Sunday, left one Walden family homeless On March 31, Walden Fire Department was dispatched at 6:11 a.m. to a reported structure fire at 54 Walnut … more
  Last week the Highland School Board and Administration held a special meeting to discuss additional details and the abatement procedures needed at the Middle School as a result of a … more
The Borden Condensed Milk Factory on Route 208, after years of deterioration, will finally breathe new life as a boutique hotel after the Town of Montgomery Planning Board approved City … more
After its revisions to the Town of Marlborough’s ridgeline-protection rules elicited strong disagreement among the public, the Marlborough Town Board floated an alternative proposal that would … more
After 18 years of service and leadership, New Windsor Director of Parks and Recreation Matt Veronesi will begin a new chapter in the Town of Clarkstown as their newest superintendent of parks and … more
Recently, officials from Ulster County and the Town of Lloyd volunteered their time to read the book “I Love Strawberries” by Shannon Anderson to Highland Elementary School students as … more
The Shawangunk board, during its March 7 meeting, introduced the town’s newest justice to the residents: Tara Parlman, a resident with years of legal experience who took over the … more
Members of the Wallkill Lions Club approached the Shawangunk board recently with a proposal of frosty proportions: a refrigeration system for the pavilion at Popp Park, ensuring a stable ice rink for … more
Meeting on Monday, April 1, the Marlborough Planning Board approved an application by Peter and Frances Fremgen for a lot-line resolution on their property on Clark’s Lane in Milton. The … more
Amy Coopersmith, a Town of Montgomery resident and occupational therapist, was honored last Saturday, March 30 during the 2024 Let’s Talk Women’s History Month Ceremony, hosted at … more
The Town of Gardiner mourns Jean-Ann McGrane, a community leader with a passion for preserving land and open space. She died on March 16 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie. She was 73. … more
Heading towards Easter Sunday, City of Newburgh residents and parishioners of St. Patrick’s Church performed a live procession of the Stations of the Cross on Friday, March 29. The procession … more
The Crawford House, nestled at 189 Montgomery Street, is set to kick off its 2024 season with an open house extravaganza on Sunday, April 7, from 1 - 4 p.m. One of the highlights of the day will … more
City of Newburgh families celebrated the annual city Easter Egg Hunt at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center on Saturday, March 30. The indoor fields used for the hunt had about 20,000 plus eggs … more
The Town of Marlborough welcomed the Easter Bunny and hundreds of youngsters Saturday at the Sportsdome. more
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