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Members of the Lloyd Planning Board recently voted 5-2 to forward a memo to the Town Board, urging them to approve a Planned Residential Retirement Development [PRRD] zoning change for the Villages … more
On the last meeting of the year, the Lloyd Town Board presented Larry Hammond with a Certificate of Outstanding Service for his 35 years as a volunteer on the Planning Board and on the Water & … more
The Lloyd Zoning Board of Appeals is about to grant an area variance to allow Nicholas Corday and his wife to construct a 100ft by 50ft outbuilding in the front yard of their property at 67 South … more
As 2022 drew to a close, Marlborough Supervisor Scott Corcoran prepared a presentation for the last board meeting of the year to highlight the town’s achievements, starting with the completion … more
Christopher W. Eachus of New Windsor, joined by his family, friends, fellow elected officials and supporters was sworn in as the newest member of the New York State Assembly on Sunday, January 1. … more
In his final days in office, Assemblyman Colin Schmitt doubled down on his opposition to any migrant settlements in the area. It had been a major platform of his unsuccessful congressional campaign … more
Linda Muller, President and Chief Executive Officer [CEO] of Cornerstone Family Healthcare concluded 31 years of service and leadership of the local healthcare provider at the end of 2022. She will … more
The Town of Newburgh Board hosted a public hearing on December 27 to seek comments from the public on a proposed local law for a Cannabis Zoning Amendment for the town. The town board did not make … more
His 101st Assembly District extends far north and west into New York’s Leatherstocking Region, but Brian Maher was back in his hometown on New Year’s Eve. That’s where he took … more
At exactly 9:21 a.m. last Friday, newly elected New York State Assemblyman Brian Maher officially resigned from his role as Town of Montgomery supervisor at a special town board meeting. … more
In 2020, the Wallkill River Center for the Arts had to pause their Capital Campaign due to COVID. Now they’re excited to launch the fundraising again. In June 2018, the Wallkill River Center … more
Town of Wallkill residents gathered together last week to celebrate the 56th anniversary of Kwanzaa with singing, dancing, storytelling, instruments and more. The event, which was held at the Town … more
Christmas came a little early to the two libraries in the Town of Marlborough, as both received special gifts this holiday season - one in the form of a large charitable donation, the other in the … more
The Ulster County Comptroller has released a snapshot on the Opioid settlement funds received by Ulster County. Ulster County resident deaths from opioid overdose has increased 407% since 2014 and … more
This year’s theme for the annual Marlboro-Milton Lions Club Peace Poster Art contest for Middle School students was ‘Lead With Compassion.’ At a school board meeting, Club … more
Acting Ulster County Executive Johanna Contreras announced last week that she has signed the 2023 budget. At approximately $381 million, the budget invests in essential services including … more
Billions of dollars of federal and state funds will be made available to expand high-speed internet service, and the Comptroller’s Office wants to make sure Ulster County gets its fair share. … more
The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz is proud to present “The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection.” The new exhibition features more than 100 … more
Software difficulties, inaccurate billing , excessive charges, inadequate training and staffing and lack of readiness were identified in a recently released investigative report on December 15 by the … more
An alleged drunk driver has apparently taken the life of an ambulance service worker. Ambulnz EMT Lisa Sillins of Newburgh died Wednesday, December 21 succumbing to injuries after being struck by … more
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