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Councilwoman Sylvia Santiago and Town Clerk Kelly Allegra of New Windsor will be seeking reelection this coming fall. Both candidates will be running on the Democratic line and are the only announced … more
Hudson Valley native, business woman, author and philanthropist Donna Cornell is set to receive two prestigious honors this spring for her decades of service to the Hudson Valley. Cornell will be … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has named Robert Doss as the County’s Deputy Commissioner of Emergency Services, Police Liaison. Doss most recently served as the Town of New … more
The Village of Walden is preparing for a new garbage contract, and trustees seem to care most about it protecting and supporting local residents. Their current contract expires May 21, and … more
Standing not too far from where he hopes to start working soon, Ken Ronk Jr. officially announced his candidacy for Town of Shawangunk Supervisor in front of family, friends and supporters Saturday … more
L. Stephen Brescia, the Village of Montgomery’s longest-serving mayor, and Orange County Legislator, also wants to wants to be Town of Montgomery Supervisor. At the moment, at least, he is … more
It came as a shock to Kristen Brown, sitting councilwoman for the Town of Montgomery, when she failed to receive an endorsement from the Town of Montgomery Republican Committee last week. Instead … more
State Senator James Skoufis [D-Cornwall] as chair of the Senate’s Investigations & Government Operations Committee, announced Wednesday that he has launched a new Senate probe into recently … more
The City of Newburgh Fire Department responded to an alarm of fire at 87 City Terrace at 2:15 a.m., Sunday morning. Units arrived and found the third floor fully involved.  A second alarm was … more
Town of Plattekill residents nearly filled the Town Hall on February 15 to tell their town leaders they must put a stop to the possible siting of a county landfill in the town. According to a … more
Last week, after about 15 months, the court case against fired Marlboro Assistant Principal Dara Kaplan was ‘dismissed in the interest of justice’ by Marlboro Judge Daniel Jackson, … more
Last week, the Lloyd Town Board returned to the Villages application for a Planned Residential Retirement Development [PRRD] that was submitted by Florida-based developer Marc Sanderson. The Town … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger delivered her 2023 State of the County address on Wednesday night at Ellenville High School to an audience that included local elected and County government … more
After a new town law is adopted, it sometimes takes a period of time to smooth out the “kinks.” This appears especially true for the Lloyd Planning Board as they began reviewing their … more
The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz is pleased to announce the acquisition of new artwork by regional artist Samantha Bittman for its permanent collection. Both a textile work and a … more
Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail, Inc., New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP), Metro-North Railroad (MNR), and New York-New Jersey Trail Conference (NYNJTC) … more
New Windsor Police Chief Robert Doss concluded over 25 years of service to the New Windsor Police Department with a final walkout ceremony on Thursday, February 16. Doss’s successor as chief … more
City of Newburgh Councilman Omari Shakur will seek re-election this coming fall with first time candidate Odirlei Thomaz and former councilwoman Gay Lee. Each of these candidates will be running on … more
The Town of New Windsor Planning Board voted to designate the project known as Five Corners as an unlisted action and circulated for lead agency. The planning board also voted to schedule a public … more
Councilman Scott Manley of the Town of Newburgh will once again seek a seat on town council for another four year term in the upcoming 2023 election cycle. Manley joins fellow board members Town … more
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