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The Gardiner Town Board voted 3-1 at its September 20 meeting to hire a new law firm to deal solely with the board’s interactions with the controversial Awosting Club. The new attorney is … more
With more than 4,800 students between seven schools in grades PreK through twelfth grade, Pine Bush Central School District’s newly appointed Superintendent of Schools Brian Dunn is rolling … more
Members of the public gathered at the Newburgh Free Library on Monday, October 3 to discuss and delegate with members of Scenic Hudson, the Quassaick Creek Greenway Steering Committee and additional … more
Orange County and Fearless! Hudson Valley, Inc. recognized Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) by hosting the Clothesline Project at the County’s Government Center on Monday, October … more
The Town of Newburgh Police telephone lines are currently operational as of Monday night, after being out of service for more than 24 hours more
Architect Sean Williams provided the Lloyd Town Board with a conceptual rendering of a pavilion that is slated to be built on the town field, near the hamlet. Supervisor Dave Plavchak said in … more
The Town of Plattekill is investigating Police Chief Joseph Ryan’s recent accident in his patrol car while tending to personal matters in Toms River, N.J.Supervisor Jennifer Salemo told the … more
The Marlborough Town Board unanimously approved a Priority Docking Agreement with American Cruise Lines [ACL] to dock at Milton’s southern pier. The agreement will run through 2042, however, … more
Congressman Pat Ryan held his in-district swearing in ceremony and an open house, Saturday, with his staff to directly help constituents access critical services from federal agencies. “I … more
The COVID-19 Commemoration Commission has begun accepting design proposals from artists for a sculpture that will become the centerpiece of a memorial garden in Ulster County. The Request for Artist … more
The Lloyd Town Board held a public hearing on a local law concerning Short-Term Rentals that is under consideration. Supervisor Dave Plavchak said short-term rentals, “really covers AirBnb, … more
Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack is pleased to welcome Theatre on the Road back to the Matthewis Persen House on Saturday, October 1 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm for the second of several Living … more
A well attended reunion was held recently for the Marlboro Classes of 1970, 1971 and 1972 at the Youngest Brother Italian Restaurant in Newburgh. more
Town hails the arrival of autumn in its community day at the town park. more
More than a dozen Community Voices Heard [CVH] Newburgh members appeared before Newburgh City Council on Monday, September 26 to voice their concerns on the housing crisis, to seek youth programs for … more
Setroc Group, a veteran owned public relations and multicultural marketing agency, appeared before the Newburgh City Council as a potential candidate for the city to partner with to help with … more
Residents of the City of Newburgh are invited to delegate and help in the selection process for future homes for artist designed bike racks during the Critical Mass Bike Ride on Saturday, October 1. … more
A large-scale energy storage facility is being proposed for the former Town of Montgomery Landfill site on Lake Osiris Road. Chris Lazinski, a representative of BayWa r.e., said the battery … more
It sits tucked away amid trees on Montgomery’s Factory Street, overshadowed by the more famous City Winery. Few village residents may even be aware of the tannery business that dates back … more
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