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On March 4, at approximately 6:15 a.m., the Village of Walden Police Department was notified of an apparently intoxicated subject sitting on the railing of the Lower Bridge (Oak Street) in … more
The atmosphere at Marlboro High School on Monday night was lively and upbeat, all thanks to the first ever Black History Month Jamboree. The night was filled with music, dancing, and poetry, all … more
A Campbell Hall man was taken into custody Wednesday following an investigation into s robbery at a Walden convenience store On February 24, 2022 at approximately 3:52 a.m., the Village of Walden … more
The Plattekill Zoning Board of Appeals postponed voting on five variances for a controversial new convenience store and gas station to replace the vacant Plattekill Corners General Store at its Feb. … more
Marlboro School Board VP Michael Connors commented on the board’s recent action that pulled two books proposed for the high school ‘Dear Martin’ by Nic Stone and ‘The Poet … more
During the Covid 19 pandemic, holistic pharmacist Dr. Neal Smoller, owner of the Village Apothecary in Woodstock, has visited all nine school districts in Ulster County multiple times to administer … more
The wearing of face protection inside of school facilities is now optional, as a result of new guidelines announced last weekend by Governor Kathy Hochul. The governor announced on Sunday a plan … more
Within the Marlboro school budget for next year is a proposal to have a Social Worker at the high school at a cost of $105,000. This year the position was paid for through a grant and the district is … more
The dream of Minor League Baseball in a refurbished Delano Hitch Stadium by the year 2024 may be a little closer to reality. The Newburgh City Council last week agreed it would need to amend the … more
The City of Newburgh Industrial Development Agency approved Foster Supply Hospitality’s payment in lieu of taxes [PILOT] for their hotel project with a Local Labor Policy adopted. The … more
The City of Newburgh posted to their Facebook page several photographs congratulating their 10 newest officers who graduated from the Orange County Police Chief’s Association Police Academy. … more
Newburgh City Council were presented proposals for possible development of properties located at 140 and 146 Montgomery St. and 137 Smith St. Two development firms, Liberty Street Partners and … more
The Newburgh Town Board voted and approved the proposed ambulance district with over 20 members of the Town of Newburgh Emergency Medical Services Inc. [TONEMS] in attendance. Beginning the … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh [Habitat Newburgh] will be educating new potential homeowners on affordable housing and homeownership financials from the upcoming Homeownership Information … more
Representatives of a proposed Scott Corners QuickChek returned to the Town of Montgomery Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) last week and the discussion included debate over just who is allowed to … more
Parishioners of Saint Andrew Ukrainian Catholic Church in Campbell Hall gathered together Sunday and prayed, hoping for an end to the fighting in Ukraine. The celebration of the mass, celebrated … more
The Orange County Partnership has announced that Conor Eckert will join the not-for-profit economic development organization as Senior Development Officer and Vice President of Business Attraction … more
At the February 14, Valley Central Board of Education Meeting, district leaders announced the commencement of a recruitment campaign aimed at increasing the number of diverse candidates for district … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced several staff changes in County Government on Monday, February 28. The changes are as follows: County Attorney Langdon Chapman will be named … more
Cultural Affairs at SUNY Orange in collaboration with the Poetry Committee and CIDE (Committee for Institutional Diversity and Equity) is presenting award-winning poet Jenny Xie for a master class … more
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