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Holtec International has announced that it will not proceed with the discharging of wastewater into the Hudson River following public outcry and concern. State Senator Peter Harckham and … more
A week after Town of Plattekill Supervisor Jennifer Salemo said she wouldn’t seek a second two-year term in November, Republican Party officials have endorsed Councilman Dean DePew Sr. to run … more
Last week Councilman Joe Mazzetti again touched upon the lack of affordable housing in the town despite a provision in the town code that requires developers to provide a percentage of their … more
Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak said construction is well underway on the Tillson/Toc realignment project, with barricades now up on Tillson Avenue. “I think people have found every way in … more
Marlboro Central School District held a workshop last week to discuss the current programs in their schools and the plan to use their budget to improve education. The first topic in the workshop … more
Colin Schmitt of New Windsor will seek the Town Supervisor seat this coming fall and will be running on the Republican and Conservative Party lines. Schmitt will face supervisor candidate Stephen … more
The Newburgh Illuminated Festival has been postponed, following an official post from the organization’s Instagram account shared on April 12. The organization looks forward to hosting the … more
Habitat For Humanity of Greater Newburgh hosted Framing Frenzy, an event dedicated to the construction of walls and frames for new future houses, during the weekend of April 14 and 15. Several … more
With Republicans Stephen Bedetti and Colin Schmitt both circulating petitions to run for New Windsor Town Supervisor, some New Windsor residents reported being visited by an investigator claiming to … more
On Friday, April 14, the 158th anniversary of the assassination of this President, our Town of Newburgh Republican Committee held its annual Lincoln Day Dinner. This year’s honoree was Paul … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District Board of Education approved the district budget for the 2023-2024 school year with a 6-2 vote at $335.4 million. This figure reflects proposed estimated … more
It seems like every local has heard of the old Borden condensed milk factory rehabilitation on Route 208 into a boutique hotel and spa, but they might not know that it’s right next door to a … more
The Town of Montgomery Ambulance Corps (TOMAC) has been working timelessly to supply advanced life support (ALS) services to the town and its three villages. After a quarterly check-in at town board … more
Rick Malley put no time to waste when thinking of retirement plans, as a house he and his wife purchased in North Myrtle Beach is awaiting their arrival. Malley is retiring from the Town of … more
The New York State Department of Transportation is advising Orange County motorists to expect one lane to close along Interstate 84 eastbound, between Exit 19 (State Route 17) in the Town of Wallkill … more
The town of Lloyd celebrated its 20th “Easter in the Hamlet” event on Saturday. The event is held in the town field, where eggs are placed two hours before. In previous years the … more
Cornwall Public Library is pleased to announce an exciting lineup of events for the week of April 16-22. On Monday, April 17, the library will host a Creative Writers Group at 11:30 a.m. This … more
Armed with his list of everything worth living for, a man reviews his traumas and triumphs in Mount Saint Mary College’s presentation of Every Brilliant Thing on Wednesday, April 19, through … more
Wallkill families, friends and students are invited to enjoy a night of music, laughs and love with the performance of the world-renowned production of Mamma Mia! held at Wallkill Senior High School. … more
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