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Seeking to become the first non-binary individual to be elected to the New York State Legislature, Matthew Mackey is a candidate for the 101st Assembly seat. If elected, Mackey would replace … more
While a proposed new Dunkin Donuts at the intersection of Route 208 and Goodwill Road has local officials worried about the volume of traffic it might add, so too is there concern for the place next … more
Gardiner Town Board member Carol Richman can’t understand why the Town Board couldn’t wait to purchase a more environmentally-friendly vehicle for the building department rather than … more
The Town of Montgomery honored a dozen young people last week in a ceremony to conclude the Summer Youth Employment Program. This was the second year operating the program under the Dennis and … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh has announced the appointment of Jill Marie Rothschild as the newest Executive Director for the organization. Rothschild will be assuming her official … more
During the month of July, the Salvation Army Newburgh Corps Community Center celebrated the return of Star Lake Camp and were able to bring children from the local community to a fun and memorable … more
The Wall That Heals, a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial along with a mobile Education Center, is coming to Middletown on September 15-18 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel … more
The Town of Crawford celebrated its second National Night Out on August 2 at the town park celebrating neighborhood-police partnerships and relationship building in every community. The event, funded … more
New Windsor residents enjoyed a night of free hotdogs and hamburgers, music, t-shirts for children, kickball, tug of war and opportunities to meet officers and other first responders during the … more
The City of Newburgh Detective Division is seeking the assistance of the public to identify the above pictured individuals who were involved in an incident that is being investigated as an armed … more
At last week’s Lloyd Town Board meeting, Supervisor Dave Plavchak said he meets with Barton & Loguidice every other Wednesday to discuss the progress of the long-planned realignment … more
Lloyd Planning Board member Carl DiLorenzo pointed out that current plans for the proposed Villages residential project no longer show an outdoor pool. He asked project representative Kelly Libolt if … more
In May the Town of Marlborough decided to rebid the TOMVAC rehabilitation project because of the initial steep prices they received. The Town Board opened the new bids in late June and had Phil Bell, … more
The Ulster County Veteran of the Month is Plattekill resident Gavin Walters. Gavin is an Air Force Veteran who has dedicated his life to serving other Veterans in our community as the Director of … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced this week that 50 local non-profit organizations have been selected for awards of up to $50,000 through The Non-Profit Recovery and Resilience Grant … more
Local leaders are looking to crack down and take all-terrain vehicles [ATV], dirt bikes and other off road vehicles off the streets in order to maintain public safety. The New York State [NYS] … more
Over the course of the past few months, fire department staffing and overtime pay continue to be at the forefront of conversation between the City of Newburgh officials and staff and the City of … more
Newburgh Rise and Ride Bike Shop celebrated its official grand opening on Saturday, August 6 from noon to four with a bike rodeo, free food, a DJ, raffles and an opportunity for visitors to see the … more
On the morning of Saturday, July 30, 144 swimmers gathered together with their families and supporters in preparation for the River Pool at Beacon’s 2022 18th Annual Great Newburgh to Beacon … more
With the 2022-2023 school year slated to commence in just under a month, Valley Central School District officials and local municipalities are moving ahead with a security plan to have police … more
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