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Recently the Marlboro School Board drew attention to two murals that were done at the middle school last fall. Art teacher Megan Albright said several years ago students at the high school … more
Supervisor Jennifer Salemo felt that the Town of Plattekill accomplished a lot in her first year in office. But she said it was a team effort every step of the way. “It has been challenging … more
In 2022, there were a total of 13,964 fire calls in Ulster County, which is lower than last year. However, fire calls in different districts may vary from low to very busy. Matthew Kneeter, the … more
New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli is urging New Yorkers to make sure they spend any gift cards they received this holiday season. Unused gift card balances can eventually be turned over … more
Attorney Mike Kavanagh announced Saturday that he will run for Ulster County District Attorney, a position once held by his father. “Today, I am proud to announce my candidacy to be Ulster … more
SUNY New Paltz has officially attained University status in the State of New York, effective January 1, 2023, after receiving approval from SUNY Interim Chancellor Deborah F. Stanley and the SUNY … more
Last week Marlborough Town Clerk Colleen Corcoran administered the oath of office to Councilman Dave Zambito. He was the only one up for election last fall and ran unopposed. In November Zambito … more
Last week the Marlboro School Board held a lengthy discussion on a motion to name the elementary gym for the third through fifth grades in honor of Benjamin Trapani, who taught physical education in … more
From December 11 to 14, Rabbi Douglas Kohn of Newburgh’s Temple Beth Jacob along with other rabbis from across the country and organizers traveled to bear witness and experience the current … more
The public hearing for the project known as ‘Unity Place Warehouse’ will remain open as approved by the Town of Newburgh Planning Board on Thursday, January 5. Traffic increases, loss of … more
Information and technology specialists and forensic experts have been working at Mount Saint Mary College over the past several weeks to resolve a cybersecurity incident recently discovered in late … more
It was a sad day for Maybrook this past Sunday as the Church of the Assumption held its final mass. The room was full of tears, tissues and heartbreak. For a lot of 2022, many locals feared the … more
Hawkins Apartment is a potential 3.77 acre project coming to Montgomery to provide affordable housing for seniors and veterans. Engineer Vincent Pietrzak of Pietrzak and Pfau Engineering and … more
The Shawangunk Town Board recognized the Vision of Wallkill’s Sparkle & Shine Award winners at its January 5 meeting. A couple of weeks before Christmas, local businesses and residents … more
The music of Chopin, Schubert and Philip Glass from the keyboard of Jenny Lin highlight the next concert of the Grand Montgomery Chamber Music Series on Sunday, January 15 at 3 p.m. Pianist Jenny … more
Governor Kathy Hochul Tuesday announced several major proposals to provide an economic boost to farmers and strengthen New York’s food supply chain as part of the 2023 State of the State. … more
Senator Rob Rolison (R-Poughkeepsie, Newburgh) was officially sworn in as the first state senator to represent the new 39th District. Joining him at the ceremony in the Capitol’s Senate chamber … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Orange County) was sworn in for a third term on Wednesday, the first in his newly-drawn 42nd district, comprising nearly all of Orange County. Skoufis will continue in his … more
The City of Newburgh Detective Division is asking the public’s assistance in attempting to identify the pictured subjects in relation to a series of shootings/shots fired incidents in the North … more
On New Year’s Eve, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Archboshop of New York, celebrated Mass at St. Augustine Church in Highland. In 2009 he was appointed Archbishop by Pope Benedict XVI, who passed … more
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