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When the Marlboro High School opened in 1967 a large domed Planetarium was part of the new building, which was then and still is a rarity for a high school. Just by sitting back and looking up, … more
In January 2020 Dan and Jacqui Ferrari Heavens purchased the 54 acre Glorie Vineyard from Doug and MaryEllen Glorie. They have chosen a new name, Quartz Rock Vineyard, at the Nightingale Farm, to … more
UMBRA Stages of Newburgh and ChoiceFilms continue to expand the film industry in the greater Newburgh area. The UMBRA Stages are managed and operated by Tony Glazer and Summer Crockett Moore of … more
A proposed zoning change that would have allowed higher density development in the East Coldenham area has been rejected by the Newburgh Town Board. Residents brought their concerns to the town … more
Town of Newburgh families and residents gathered Saturday for a morning of Easter Egg hunting at Chadwick Lake Park. The egg hunt was divided into two separate age groups for the kids. One group … more
Genesis Ramos, executive director of the Desmond Center for Community Engagement and Wellness at Mount Saint Mary College, and Orange County State Legislature (District 6), will receive a Forty Under … more
Mount Saint Mary College will honor the life and legacy of longtime professor James Finn Cotter on Sunday, May 1, at 2 p.m. Cotter passed away on January 8, 2022, at the age of 92. The event … more
A long-stymied Town of Montgomery development project is back in motion, with its developer agreeing to chip in for some infrastructure improvements. Vistamor at Montgomery, an active-adult (age … more
“I think this type of use [is] probably the best use that has ever been proposed for this parcel,” said attorney John Cappello during a presentation at the Town of Montgomery Planning … more
The Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education has announced the appointment of Brian P. Dunn as its new superintendent of schools. The school board was expected to make an official … more
The Valley Central community remembered former Superintendent Beverly Ouderkirk who died March 23, 2022 at the age of 82. After beginning her career as a kindergarten teacher, Ouderkirk’s … more
On Saturday, April 23, the 15th Annual Hudson Valley St. Baldrick’s event will be held to help those fighting childhood cancer. The event will take place at the Walden Fire Department, 230 Old … more
On March 28,  at 9:07 a.m., City of Newburgh Police officers were investigating an incident in the area of Gidney Ave. and N. Robinson Ave. Officers observed a male in the area of 245 Third … more
Supervisor Scott Corcoran recently updated the Town Board and the public on the progress of the TOMVAC rehabilitation project. Corcoran said the asbestos abatement work will cost $89,900 and will … more
The owner of an obstacle course on New Unionville Road came under fire from a neighboring rod and gun club at the March 24 Plattekill Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) meeting. Tony Sorrentino, … more
No one seems to know just how long the Marlborough scouts Pinewood Derby has existed, but there are fathers and some grandfathers who recall the event from their childhoods. After a three year … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced last week that he is partnering with the Legislature to enact a new plan that would cut county gas taxes temporarily by 50 percent. Ryan will work with … more
The Gardiner Democratic Committee will be hosting a series of town halls this spring to better inform citizens about the work of their elected officials at the county, state, and national levels. On … more
The City of Newburgh Police Department announced their partnership with the Hope Not Handcuffs program. City of Newburgh Police Commissioner Jose Gomerez welcomed those in attendance and those … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh announced to community members and Habitat volunteers and staff that they were the recipients of a donation of $2 million. This donation was generously … more
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