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Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan reminds residents and businesses that the bill to temporarily cut the county gas tax goes into effect tomorrow. In April, County Executive Ryan partnered with a … more
In 2009 Marlboro resident Charley Alonge decided that he would find a way to honor his childhood friend, LCPL William J. Partington, who was killed in action in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam on … more
New York State Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is pleased to announce its outdoor summer concert series, Twilight Music in the Parks, at Walkway Over the Hudson, on Thursday nights from … more
A lack of communication in the aftermath of two April incidents in the Newburgh School District continues to be a source of concern for some parents. “My nerves should be calm, I … more
The Newburgh City Council, on May 23, approved an ordinance to re-open Masterson Lake Park at 660 Little Britain Road, allowing use the facility for recreation and fishing. Masterson Lake Park, … more
What was shaping up as a battle of incumbents changed dramatically Tuesday afternoon when State Senator Mike Martucci announced that he would not seek re-election. The 42nd senate district is … more
A proposed local law that is hoping to encourage more businesses to locate along the Route 52 corridor in the Town of Shawangunk didn’t spark much interest at a May 19 public hearing. Only … more
Pine Bush is eagerly getting ready for a supernatural experience, as the 11th annual Pine Bush UFO Fair is set to return Saturday June 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. As in past years, the fair will … more
Another Memorial Day weekend has passed, and celebrations all throughout different communities in the Hudson Valley had patriotic people lined up along street-sides showing their support for our … more
The Walden Village Board held a public hearing last week on a proposed local law that would revise the schedule of fees imposed in the landlord registry. The proposed schedule calls for the … more
Partners in life and now in business, Justin and Keith Lynch, co-owners of the new restaurant and bar, Lady, are bringing a New York City feel to the Village of Montgomery. After making their way to … more
If all goes well with the various public hearings/approvals needed, there could soon be better cell phone service in Maybrook, thanks to a 140-foot cell tower near the Public Works (DPW) garage at … more
Orange County Arts Council’s OC Live Music Series presents its second show of the season on Friday, June 3, 7-10 p.m. Entry is at 6:30 p.m. This month features SOLJOI77, an alternative … more
The Hudson Valley’s largest street festival returns after a two-year absence. The Newburgh Illuminated Festival is an event celebrating Newburgh’s diversity and dynamism with a day of … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler has announced the completion of his Office’s investigation into allegations regarding the separation of outgoing Superintendent of Schools … more
The holiday that we know as Memorial Day, dates back to the time shortly after the Civil War. General John A. Logan of the Grand Army of the Republic, proclaimed the first major Memorial Day on May … more
With a beautiful Hudson Valley day as the backdrop, Mount Saint Mary College recognized more than 500 graduates at its 59th annual Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 21. Of the graduates, the … more
Town of New Windsor residents, families and veterans joined together in preparation for Memorial Day, on Sunday, May 22 with a memorial service followed by the return of the Memorial Day Parade later … more
One of the oldest gravestones in Lloyd cemetery belongs to George S. Brundage. It contains all that is known or remembered about a soldier who gave his life for his country: George S. BrundageBorn … more
Although a parade of speakers praised the Ulster County Commission on Reapportionment for undertaking a tough job at a May 16 public hearing at the Modena fire station, no one seemed happy with the … more
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