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The landscape of Newburgh’s Downing Park is “threatened and at-risk” according to a national foundation. The Cultural Landscape Foundation [TCLF], an education and advocacy … more
New Windsor threw a Halloween party for some 4-legged friends on Saturday. more
Broadway, between Liberty Street and Colden Street became a big block party, Sunday evening, when the City and the Church at the Bridge held their annual Halloween Party. more
The New Windsor Fire Department welcomed the neighborhood on Sunday for Trunk or Treat. more
The Lloyd Town Board approved their preliminary 2023 budget of $12,964,184. Subtracted from this will be $4,213,186 in expected revenues as well as $18,080 from the unexpended fund balance, leaving … more
The first ever Trunk or Treat was held at the American Legion Hall in Highland on Sunday afternoon, complete with parade, costumes and smiles. more
Highland residents recently approved two infrastructure propositions totaling $21,620,092. Proposition 1, which passed by a vote of 758 to 223, calls for spending $16.9 million for significant … more
Legislative Chair Tracey Bartels announced that the County Legislature is accepting applications to serve on the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency (UCRRA) board of directors. Selected … more
On Friday, October 28 at approximately 12:46 p.m. the City of Newburgh Fire Department received a report of a structure fire with smoke coming from the building at 32 Robinson Avenue. The first … more
The  City of Newburgh Fire Department was dispatched, Tuesday morning at 7:50 a.m.  to a structure fire at 225 Third Street. At 7:51, Newburgh Car 3 arrived on location and found smoke … more
Last week the Town of Lloyd delivered on a long promised project to upgrade the street lighting at the Bridgeview development. Town Councilman John Fraino coordinated the project and managed the … more
The Highland Central School District is proud to announce that Highland High School (HHS) Science teacher Christopher Sgro has been named the recipient of the 2022 Northeast Region Award for … more
The Town of Crawford could potentially get a new large residential development if all goes well with approvals and development. The building, which would be located at 65 Boniface Dr., would … more
Ninety-five-year-old Village of Montgomery resident Flora Stimpfel has always fed stray cats in her backyard throughout the years, but over time their numbers have swelled. Now her daughter Honor … more
There are a few homes in Maybrook with solar panels on the roof. There are no so-called solar panel farms, but one is in the works. So, said Mayor Dennis Leahy, Village Attorney Kelly Naughton has … more
In the newly created 39th Senate District for the State of New York, Julie Shiroishi [D-Beacon] and Rob Rolison [R-Poughkeepsie] will both be seeking the Senate seat in early November. Both … more
On a glorious fall afternoon, the Gardiner Day Committee welcomed an array of ghosts, witches and superheroes to its annual pumpkin walk on Saturday. more
The Wallkill Board of Education received an update on Wednesday, October 19 from Wallkill Superintendent Kevin Castle on the work and progress conducted for the Ulster County Task Force, a safety … more
The New York State Police, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, and Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus, in collaboration with the Orange County Emergency Management, Orange-Ulster BOCES … more
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