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The Chamber Alliance of New York State (CANYS), a statewide association of over 70 Chambers of Commerce, has elected Heather Bell, President and CEO of the Orange County Chamber of Commerce, to its … more
Gina Evers, director of Mount Saint Mary College’s Writing Center and First-Year Experience programs, will have her poetry featured in the “Poets Respond to Art” exhibition at Arts … more
On March 6, the Town of Montgomery Ambulance Corps (TOMAC) announced that they received approval from the Hudson Valley Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (REMAC) to progress with … more
A month ago, Montgomery residents asked the Village Planning Board to consider doing a balloon test for a proposed two-warehouse project on the northwest side of 211. On March 7, locals got what they … more
Keeping a job for one year is difficult, let alone 50, but former Walden Mayor and Army Veteran Andrew Uszenski Jr. enjoys the everyday routine of work. Uszenski is celebrating 50 years at the … more
The Wallkill Board of Education will host a special board meeting on Wednesday, March 22 at the Wallkill Senior High School Library starting at 6 p.m. The special meeting will be hosted in-person and … more
Gardiner Supervisor Marybeth Majestic and current board member Franco Carucci will seek office again this year after receiving the endorsement of the Gardiner Democratic Committee. However, … more
On March 16, the Circleville Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 230 Shaw Road, where Frank Gonzalez and his 9-year-daughter resided. Unfortunately, the fire left the house … more
A 10-week, after school exercise program designed for teenagers is just under a month away for Town of Crawford residents. The Town of Crawford is excited to announce their brand new fitness … 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 … more
Orange County will host a Hazardous Waste collection event for businesses, municipalities, school districts, and farms by appointment only on April 14 and Household Hazardous Waste and Operation Safe … more
On March 10, Ulster County District Attorney’s Office arraigned Junando Dawkins, 29, of Newburgh, in connection with an indictment charging him with Murder in … more
The Marlborough Town Board approved a law that provides for a partial exemption from taxation of certain real property owned by an enrolled volunteer firefighters in the town. Supervisor Scott … more
A day after the Plattekill Town Board accepted Police Chief Joseph Ryan’s resignation, Supervisor Jennifer Salemo received a text from Ryan saying that he had changed his mind and wanted to … more
On Tuesday, the New York State Senate and Assembly released their “one house” budget resolutions, supporting ending fossil fuels in new construction buildings. If passed, New York would … more
The Lloyd Town Board received drawings from Michael A. Bodendorf, of Hudson Land Deign, on adding to the parking lot at Tony Williams Field. Bodendorf said, “We can provide 43 net new … more
The Town of Marlborough Police Department is proud to announce its upcoming Car Seat Check Event. Did you know that 80% of the time, child car seats are incorrectly used or installed? It’s … more
Highland High School has welcomed a new assistant principal: Brandon Opitz. He is filling the position that was left vacant by Evan Kirsch, who recently accepted a job at another school district. … more
The Gardiner Town Board approved Lazy River Resort’s application to establish a Campground Floating District (CFD) that will allow expansion at the popular Gardiner campground. The … more
Lifelong City of Newburgh residents John Giudice and Donald Rehrey Jr. have announced their intention to run for city seats this coming fall. Giudice will be seeking the mayoral seat, opposing … more
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