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Joining the Liberty Street corridor and business community, Cafe Little Treasure, a new local eatery founded by husband and wife Erica Forneret and Chris Hajek, marked its first official week of … more
The intersection of Factory and Ward Street was busier than usual this past Saturday as groups of people gathered outside along Route 17K to voice their opinions on the most debatable event in … more
Last week, the Village of Walden Board of Trustees passed a motion to commence potential litigation against the Town of Montgomery. The Hill Street Bridge has been a topic of numerous village and … more
Joe Prior Sr. wasn’t born in Montgomery, but now that his name is on a plaque in town hall, he jokes that maybe he could be considered a Montgomery native now. Prior is the Town of … more
Assemblyman Brian Maher (R,C-Walden) honored local Vietnam War veteran Robert Lewis of Wallkill for his exemplary and heroic service during the conflict and continued advocacy for … more
The opening of Dos Amigos II in Wallkill has drawn enthusiastic response from Town of Shawangunk officials who hope the new restaurant will spur more development in the downtown area of the … more
Hospice of Orange and Sullivan County, in collaboration with the Cornwall Yacht Club, hosted veterans, community members and fellow guests as they celebrated the third annual National Vietnam War … more
On March 18, the Clintondale Fire Department held their annual Installation dinner at the Stonehedge Restaurant in West Park. Fire Chief Rick Brooks welcomed everyone to the event with a simple … more
At the March 15 Lloyd Town Board meeting Councilman Joe Mazzetti asked Supervisor Dave Plavchak whether David Weinberg, developer of the Mountainside Woods project, has built any of his affordable … more
With the warmer weather now hitting the area, the Tillson/Toc realignment project in Lloyd has once again resumed. It will continue through the summer months and, barring any unexpected surprises, is … more
Plattekill residents who oppose plans for a landfill in their town have an ally south of the border. The Newburgh Town Board by unanimous vote, approved a resolution on March 27 to oppose a … more
The Newburgh City Council will apply for a Preserve New York grant in the amount of $16,000 to help preserve two iconic Downing Park structures. Funding would assist the city in preparing a … more
Student safety concerns, meal services, educational opportunities and facility uses were brought to the attention of the Newburgh Board of Education by the community discussing Newburgh Free Academy … more
After almost 17 years of memories and movies, the Downing Film Center, founded by Brian J. Burke, his wife Sharon and son Kevin, will close its doors officially on Thursday, April 27. The … more
The Newburgh City Council addressed comments in relation to a newly proposed amendment to the city code for zoning of cannabis dispensaries and cannabis retail and production facilities at a public … more
The former three story building located at 104 Washington Street has been demolished in anticipation of a newly proposed mixed-use development property. The proposed project features a new four-story … more
The back and forth about four large warehouses being built in Montgomery is ongoing, and now many residents feel unheard at local meetings. Along the northwest side of 211, by Union and Weaver … more
It’s the event that no one in authority dares mention by name. Mayor Steve Brescia, when addressing the event at last week’s village board meeting, would only refer to it as “the … more
The Village of Maybrook is welcoming a brand new village justice: 28-year-old Joseph Byrne. This comes from six write-in votes in Maybrook’s recent uncontested election. Byrne is excited to … more
Acknowledging that there is a lack of affordable housing in the Town of Gardiner, the Town Board approved a resolution to join Ulster County in an effort to solve the countywide housing crisis. … more
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