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Last week the Marlboro School Board approved the State Comptroller’s corrective action plan concerning technology user accounts in the district. In a letter addressed to the Superintendent … more
Supporters of Republican candidates turned out in Thomas Felten Memorial Park, Saturday, for a Get Out the Vote Rally hosted by Republican candidates. more
For the past month, several ‘pop-up’ art shows have taken place at the Milton Train Station where a number of local artists have presented their work. Last week was the third and final … more
Members and volunteers of Scenic Hudson welcomed residents of the City of Newburgh and Town of New Windsor to participate in activities, offer feedback and suggest design concepts during a series of … more
Join Mount Saint Mary College for its 13th Annual Leadership Gala Reception, celebrating two pillars of the local community, on Friday, December 2. Mount alumnus Lou Bach ’82, president of … more
Former President Bill Clinton and Rep. Pat Ryan (D, NY-19) toured the Purple Heart Hall of Honor in New Windsor together as they recalled relatives who fought in the war on Wednesday, Nov. 2. The … more
Newly-elected Congressman Pat Ryan, fresh from victory in a special election in the 19th Congressional District, was elected to a full term on the Hill, Tuesday, capturing the newly-redrawn 18th … more
Following an initial site plan appearance and presentation, the Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved to declare an intent for lead agency for the project known as Fabulous Events during their … more
After months of discussion, the Village of Walden is finally ready to join the new Town of Montgomery Ambulance District. That decision is expected to pave the way for the town to choose its … more
The Shawangunk Town Board has exceeded the state-mandated 2.0 percent tax cap for the first time since New York State implemented it in 2012. Following a lightly attended public hearing at its … more
Village of Walden residents have waited for a long time for the Hill Bridge rehabilitation, and after discussion amongst Town of Montgomery Board members, there’s a chance it may never … more
Town of Gardiner taxpayers got some good news when the Town Board reversed course and approved a budget that cuts the amount to be raised by taxes by 4.5 percent in 2023. The Town Board had … more
Multi-colored flannels and cowboy boots were seen all over Pleasantly Divine Stables for the Business Council of Greater Montgomery’s annual meeting and mixer held on Wednesday, Nov … more
Judy Reynolds is an artist who appreciates where she lives, the Hudson Valley. Having lived the greater part of her life in Newburgh with a relatively short stint upstate in Kinderhook and now … more
The Valley Central School District is pleased to accept the generous donation of dictionaries from the Walden Rotary Club to all third graders. This effort is part of a national effort called the … more
Gift of Life Marrow Registry was established in 1991. The organization is dedicated to saving lives by facilitating blood stem cell and bone marrow transplants for patients with leukemia, lymphoma, … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus was sworn in as Commander in the U.S. Navy Reserves on Friday, November 4 in Aurora, Colo. by Navy Operational Support Center Commanding Officer Captain … more
Town of Newburgh Police responded Friday to a report of a bank robbery at the Meadow Hill branch of the Bank of America at 4:40 p.m.  Police said the suspect threatened the use of a gun while … more
The Town of Montgomery Ambulance had a wet down and 60th Anniversary Celebration on October 22.  A wet down is a ritual celebrating and blessing of new vehicles. The ambulance corps … more
When a scheduled program on witchcraft suddenly disappeared from the Newburgh Free Library schedule, it wasn’t due to magic, but a decision by the school district administration. That prompted … more
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