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Imagine being a tenant in the City of Newburgh and one day discovering that the home you rent has been sold. You can no longer pay the rent because you don’t know who your new landlord is, or … more
City of Newburgh residents and guests will have the opportunity to see the newly restored United Methodist Church during RUPCO’s Embrace Support Gather Community event on Thursday, June 1. The … more
A celebrated piece of Newburgh’s past is set for a grand reopening. The Avalon roller rink is set to open on Saturday, June 3 at 2 Commercial Place. City residents will be able to enjoy … more
Town of Newburgh residents celebrated and waved their American flags to various floats, vehicles and marchers in the town’s annual Memorial Day parade on Sunday, May 28. The celebration and … more
The annual City of Newburgh Memorial Day Parade was celebrated on Monday, May 29 with American flags waving, men and women in uniform marching along in formation, service vehicles with lights … more
Last year Lloyd Union Cemetery Trustee Dennis Bragg started a tradition that he hopes will continue in the future; each year he plans to pick one soldier to honor and this year he chose WWI Veteran … more
Last week developer Dan Gueron returned to the Lloyd Planning Board, seeking to continue a site plan review of his large-scale Falcon Ridge residential project, proposed for Upper North Road. He is … more
The Kent family of Milton was recently recognized for their Locust Grove Fruit Farm being in continuous use for a little more than 200 years.   Ulster County Legislator Tom Corcoran … more
Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson [NY 104] recently secured a $10,000 grant for the Marlboro Free Library that will be used to fund Ancestry Library Edition, new e-books and museum passes. Jacobson … more
At their last meeting the Marlboro School Board honored three Junior High School students, Gabriella Cortes, Deni Menendez, and Harrison Solomon who received National Student Development Council … more
A colorful and lively Memorial Day parade made its way down Western Avenue and out onto the Elementary School field for a ceremony to honor all who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. … more
This past Saturday the Town of Plattekill held their annual Memorial Day ceremony. The parade stepped off from the town hall and went down Route 32 to the Veterans Park. Deputy Supervisor Dean … more
As the month of May draws to a close, the community of Highland came together to honor and remember the brave veterans and fallen soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. … more
Dozens of SUNY New Paltz students stood before a standing-room-only audience of family, friends and faculty members and were inducted into the First World New Paltz alumni society at the … more
The Senior Toast is one of the most cherished traditions at SUNY New Paltz, as students spend some of their last undergraduate hours on campus celebrating their accomplishments to date and the … more
On May 21, the SUNY New Paltz Honors Program lauded the high-caliber work ethic and performance of new graduates with a reception and ceremony at Studley Theatre.  The Honors Program … more
Within the next week, around 260 trees, bushes and plants will be planted along the Wallkill River, right behind Ward Street and east of Wards Bridge in Montgomery. This is happening through the … more
Richard DeVuono has been creating bronze statues, fountains and benches for over 25 years, and the Wallkill Hook, Ladder and Hose Company was his most recent accomplishment. Florida resident … more
Maureen Hedden is a Valley Central School District power house, and most recently, she was nominated for the Town of Montgomery’s April Citizen of the Month. Hedden, a Montgomery resident, … more
“It’s a weekend that you don’t have to have a weekend of guilt. You don’t have to have a weekend of celebration. To me, it’s about appreciation,” said Orange … more
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