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On Sunday April 10, families gathered at the field behind Pine Bush high school for a festive and fun-filled afternoon. The Pine Bush High School Interact Club, and the Town of Crawford Police … more
Saturday’s soaking rain gave way to Sunday’s sunshine and brisk air, just in time for the annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the Town of Plattekill Recreation Department. Nearly … more
Last week Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks announced to the school board that he will be retiring at the end of August after serving in the position for seven years. Brooks spoke with the … more
Even before it announced two new appointments to the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA), the Plattekill Town Board was criticized at its April 6 meeting by two town residents for … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board announced that this year the town will be making significant upgrades to their internet and information technology infrastructure. Supervisor Dave Plavchak has been … more
On Thursday April 7, the Hudson Valley Sportsdome held their 10th annual Easter Egg Hunt for families in the community. The fields indoors were littered with colorful Easter eggs with prizes and … more
For the past few months Marlboro has been fine tuning next year’s school budget. Last week the administration proposed a $61,498,000 budget for 2022-23 for the school board’s … more
It’s back to the drawing board for the former Dennis Sunoco station at 842 Broadway. The burned-out shell and accompanying junkyard, badly damaged in a 2018 fire, was due to be remediated. … more
The former Gully’s restaurant, long neglected on the Newburgh waterfront, erupted in flames early Tuesday morning. The facility on an old barge docked at the Newburgh waterfront at Water and … more
City of Newburgh residents and those from the greater Newburgh area who are in need of food and supplies are all welcome to the Deacon Jack Seymour Food Pantry. The pantry, which currently … more
Newburgh City Council approved the resolution for the construction of two community splash pads at Xavier Lunan and Tyrone Crabb Parks. Newburgh City Engineer, Jason Morris, stated before the city … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved a 52-lot subdivision project to be constructed along Wells and Fostertown Road. The project, known as Elm Farm in the record, is represented by … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Thursday, April 7, 2022, Brandi Wickliffe, 46, of Newburgh, pled guilty in Orange County Court to one count of Burglary in the … more
Eight months after her appointment touched off a debate among Walden officials and residents over transparency and the very type of government that exists in the village, Elizabeth Skinner is out as … more
Town residents made it clear that they were adamantly opposed to a second cell tower in the Town of Gardiner at a public hearing April 5 at the Town Hall. All 22 speakers, who either attended the … more
The Shawangunk Town Board voted unanimously to proclaim April 25 as Charles S. Garrison Day for the late community leader who passed away in February. The board voted 5-0 at its April 7 meeting to … more
The heartbreaking images on the television of their family’s homeland of Ukraine was too much for one New York family to bear. Together, they came up with an idea to help those in need and … more
It’s taken them a while to get where they want to be, but Maybrook’s elected officials have pronounced themselves fiscally fit. “We are watching our spending and we have been … more
Newburgh Gold’s Gym has presented to the Town Newburgh Planning Board a proposed site plan for a new chiropractic office and facility. According to planning board records, the … more
After much research and work in the field, a slave burial ground has been located on a hillside above the Highland Landing near the historic Yelverton House. Joseph E. Diamond, Associate Professor … more
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