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Throughout the past month, a ride through the Village of Walden could’ve turned into a longer and louder drive than predicted. Since early September, the Department of Transportation (DOT) has … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced that the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services has awarded the County $149,980 through its Technical Rescue and Urban … more
The Orange County’s Board of Elections is reminding voters that Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, and poll sites throughout the County will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. The County will … more
Poetry is wonderful to read by yourself. With a few words, poetry quickly whisks its reader away from an ordinary space at home to the poet’s environs. Poetry read aloud is dynamic with its … more
Marc Von Em is a singer, songwriter, musician and composer based in Northeast Pennsylvania. His soulful sound, driven by skilled acoustic guitar playing and a smooth, rich voice, flows easily between … more
On October 15 th , 2022, shortly after 3: a.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department responded to the area of 116 Lander Street after a ShotSpotter activation for a single round. Upon arrival … more
Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack is pleased to welcome back Theatre on the Road to the Matthewis Persen House for the final three Saturdays of the 2022 season: October 15, 22 & 29. The house is … more
Gardiner Library hosts “Evocative Abstractions” Art Show by Marcy Elise Bernstein through November. The reception is Sunday, October 23 at 4 p.m. Marcy Bernstein’s paintings are … more
The 2022-2023 Influenza season has officially begun in Orange County with close to 100 confirmed cases since August 1, 2022. This represents a 500% increase from the same period last year. Orange … more
Work to replace two broken water mains in the area of Little Britain Road was completed Thursday morning at approximately 4:30am, less than 24 hours after both mains erupting near Ellis Avenue. Crews … more
A two-day celebration, dubbed the Walktoberfest Farmers and Makers Market, brought people out in droves to the Walkway Over the Hudson in the first two days of October. People got to taste a wide … more
With a mild cloud cover and cool winds, residents of the Town of Gardiner gathered together at Majestic Park on Saturday, October 1 to celebrate the highly anticipated Gardiner Day with live music, … more
Mother and daughter duo Therese Quinn and her daughter Rachel Berlingieri will be offering their mental and physical wellness healing services in their new studio opening in New Windsor, Wild Hearts … more
Despite the frigid winds on Sunday, October 2, community members, health advocates and supporters of the fight against breast cancer came together at Stewart International Airport for the 2022 Hudson … more
Hundreds cheered on Saturday as Hudson Valley Honor Flight completed another mission to Washington. Bookends for the day were a pre-flight sendoff at 6:30 a.m. and a Welcome Home Rally at 8 p.m. at … more
Last Friday the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct censured long-serving Lloyd Judge Terry Elia for making inappropriate Linkedin posts and for serving as a peer support member of an … more
The results of the Town Board’s investigation of Plattekill Police Chief Joseph Ryan’s accident in New Jersey with his patrol car on personal business were not released as expected at the … more
Several weeks ago the Marlboro school board hired Jena Thomas as the Principal of the Elementary School. The board approved a 3-year contract for Thomas while Patricia Walsh still holds the position … more
The Marlboro Family, Career and Community Leaders of America club [FCCLA], is a national career and technical student organization. The Middle and High school chapters in Marlboro are growing and … more
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