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Mount Saint Mary College’s School of Business honored graduating MBA students with a ceremony for family and friends on Thursday, May 12. The celebration featured Mount MBA graduates from … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan has officially launched his Congressional campaign. The announcement was made on social media on Tuesday. “I am announcing today that I will be running in … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, New York State Senator Michelle Hinchey and Assemblymember Kevin Cahill announced last week that they sent a joint letter to Central Hudson calling for immediate … more
Firefighter Fred DeMaio opened the celebratory evening with an Invocation. The dinner was held at The Chateau in Kingston for the first time in three years. Chief Peter Miller thanked everyone … more
After being put on hold by the pandemic, a Tea Party fundraiser was recently held at the Tavern at the Dubois Farms in Highland. Joanne Zambito is President of the Friends of the Marlboro Free … more
On Friday, May 13, Hudson Valley community leaders united in a push for energy bill debt to be forgiven, and for Central Hudson to share the cost. They also voiced the need to stop the Central Hudson … more
After spending a few years nearby, but outside of the center of Highland, Renae Martin decided to bring her business, Lilly Rae, back to where it all started – in the hamlet. Martin has … more
Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack is pleased to announce the opening of the Matthewis Persen House Museum & Cultural Heritage Center’s 2022 season on Saturday, May 28. The Persen House is … more
Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack and Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan invite you to join them for the signing of the Executive Order creating the “Ulster County RevWar 250th Commission” … more
Free rabies vaccine distribution for pets of New Windsor and Orange County took place at the New Windsor Drive-Thru Rabies Clinic held at Kristi Babcock Memorial Park. The rabies clinic, held on … more
The New Windsor Police Department seeks further assistance and support for crisis intervention calls and responses, support for proper treatment and resources for individuals and for increased police … more
Girl Scout Troop 805 members presented to the New Windsor Fire Department new pet oxygen mask kits for their response vehicles. On Saturday, May 14, Troop 805, led by Rebecca Ramaglia and Kelly … more
The Newburgh Armory Unity Center and Kiwanis Club of Newburgh joined together on Saturday April 30 for the celebration and grand opening of a new playground for the children of Newburgh. This new … more
The Colden Manor at Spruce Lodge was flooded with magnificent hats and sharp dressed guests for the first ever Kentucky Derby Dinner Party. The Southern Ulster Rotary created the event as a … more
Residents of the greater Newburgh area joined the Newburgh Free Library and Newburgh Enlarged City School District for Family Reading Day in celebration of The Day of the Child with music, food, and … more
On May 17 Highland voters will not only be voting on the school budget, but will also have the opportunity to select two members for the school board. Tom MillerTom Miller has served on the school … more
Since opening this past December, The Baker’s Tale on Route 55 in Highland has captured the attention and appetite of several people in the area and beyond. Owned and operated by Kristin Bell, … more
County Legislator Kevin Roberts told the Plattekill Town Board at its May 4 meeting that the legislative district he currently represents will undergo drastic changes if a reapportionment committee … more
On May 17, Highland residents will be asked to vote on a $48,998,581 budget for the 2022-23 school year. The budget is required to be broken into three expense areas: Administrative at $5,058,771 … more
On May 17, Marlboro residents will be voting, not only for the school budget, but for two school board candidates. The terms are for three years. Frank Milazzo is running again for the Marlboro … more
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