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Ulster County legislator and county Republican chairman Ken Ronk Jr. is seriously considering running for the Town of Shawangunk Supervisor in the 2023 election. Ronk joins current Town Board … more
A three-building, 261-unit apartment building is in talks to be built on New York 17K, just west of Scott’s Corners, but Montgomery residents have concerns. The proposed build, … more
A local attorney took the Town of Shawangunk to task for hauling a property owner into court for allegedly operating a short-term rental in violation of the town’s zoning laws. Dyer Halpern, … more
Pine Bush High School athletic fields will soon receive an upgrade under the Coronavirus Relief Fund according to district officials. At the November 22, 2022, Board of Education Meeting, Assistant … more
When a customer enters the new Beck’s Wallkill hardware store and home and garden center, owner Michael Beck said he wants them to feel welcome. “Our whole business is built on … more
The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) presents another spectacular Holiday Concert – O Night Divine -- on December 10, starting at 4 pm at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh. The … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus released the following statement on Thursday, Dec. 1 in response to the County Legislature adopting the 2023 Executive Recommended Budget with a vote of … more
A planned joint meeting between the Montgomery Town Board and the Montgomery Village Board, originally scheduled for Monday, December 5, has been cancelled. The meeting to discussed the … more
A decade-long tradition was honored last Thursday at the Church of Saint Augustine in Highland. For ten years, St. Augustine has provided lunches to those who needed one for the holiday. This … more
Marlborough Supervisor Scott Corcoran began looking at other ambulance services when he saw the cost of their current provider Mobile Life rise dramatically. This led to an invitation to Mike … more
The Ulster County Legislature approved with overwhelming support the purchase of a 57.3 acre tract of land on Paradies Lane in the Town of New Paltz as the site of the new Ulster County Government … more
The Ulster County Comptroller has released a program audit of the Ulster County Service Center. The Center, formerly known as the Constituent Services Navigator, was introduced in the 2022 Ulster … more
At the last Marlboro School Board meeting, Superintendent Michael Rydell spoke about educational areas that administrators and teachers, who are serving on the Continuous Improvement Committee, are … more
City of Newburgh Police Commissioner José Gomérez announced during a brief press conference on Tuesday, November 22 the arrest of Lamont Williams for the death of 29-year-old city … more
The Newburgh City Council unanimously approved the resolution on Monday, November 28 for the city manager to execute a design services agreement with Studio HIP Landscape Architecture, PLLC and PUSH … more
As the holiday season continues to draw closer and closer, the Liberty Street corridor and greater City of Newburgh welcomed local and visiting customers to browse stores, eat local food and shop … more
A hopeful Facebook post turned into something more for Marit Reichardt and her family, as they spent their first Thanksgiving in America at a stranger’s house. In 2008, Marit … more
In early 2022, Pleasantly Devine Stables sought approval to become an events venue. While waiting and still not hearing back from the Montgomery planning board for seven months, they faced another … more
On a chilly but sunny Saturday morning, residents came out for the grand opening of the newest Village of Montgomery addition: Montgomery Mercantile. Mother-daughter pair Marlene Wood and Taylor … more
The Town of Montgomery and neighboring areas might have been a bit more full of people and shopping bags this past Saturday. The annual Small Business Saturday event, put on by the Business … more
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