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Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is claiming “significant victories” in the Assembly one-house budget, restoring cuts from the Governor’s budget to public schools, highway … more
Dozens of families and their children scrambled across Veterans Memorial Park last Saturday morning, March 16 during the Village of Montgomery’s annual Easter Egg hunt, checking every crevice … more
The Gardiner Town Board has withheld approval of a campground permit, determining that it was deficient. Lazy River Campground’s application was presented to the town board at a meeting … more
Greenlight Networks, a fiber network service provider based in Monroe County, announced on February 13 that the company partnered with the Town of Wallkill and will provide broadband services to the … more
Family and friends on Saturday, March 9 at Life Restoration Church Inc at 136 First St, celebrated 19 graduates who completed the Lil Lawyas program in the City of Newburgh. The graduates received … more
Last week, Highland school district hosted the 64th Annual Scholarship Choral Concert. Since 1959 the Highland Music Department has awarded thousands of dollars to deserving graduates. The concert … more
The Hamlet of Wallkill, from John G. Borden Middle School to Dubois Street, was lit with green, orange and white as local residents and visitors alike enjoyed and cheered on the annual Wallkill Saint … more
The posh Mohonk Mountain House Resort and Spa will be hosting a group of City of Newburgh officials for three days in April. The City Council on Monday, March 11 unanimously approved an … more
At the past few meetings the Highland School Board and administration has been refining the budget for the 2024-25 school year. At this point the draft budget for next year, without going over the … more
The Village of Montgomery board, as proposed by Trustee Mike Hembury, passed a resolution during its March 5 meeting that declared the village a non-sanctuary municipality. This decision sparked … more
The Newburgh City Council was presented on Thursday, March 7 with an initial proposal for a new mixed-use, mixed-income development at 35-37 Broad Street. The current site is a grassy area along … more
Each year in late winter, the Lloyd Town Board receives a list of town roads from Highway Superintendent Rich Klotz that his department plans to work on in the coming year. It is called a 284 … more
The Town of Montgomery board, after conducting research and talking with experts over the last few weeks, motioned to approve the Drinking Water Source Protection Program during the town’s … more
The Wallkill St. Patrick’s Parade Committee, for the first time in its 37 years of organizing the Town of Shawangunk’s annual parade, chose two residents to represent this year’s … more
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack proudly presents the latest addition to the “Historical Profiles” series in partnership with Friends of … more
Members of Food Bank of Hudson Valley invited residents and partners of Orange County and New York State last Thursday, March 7 to celebrate the progress of its newest project, a 40,000-square-foot … more
At a previous Marlboro School Board meeting Superintendent Michael Rydell discussed a year to year comparison of the overall budget with a rollover budget: in 2023-24 the approved budget was … more
The Village of Walden board, after waiting a month, is prepared to order demolition of a building at 3537 North Montgomery Street after its owner failed to repair the property. The property, … more
B J Mikkelsen has been working for several years to bring a clothing shed to Milton. He recently succeeded.     The shed is located on the Mazzola Oil Service property near … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Orange County) has secured $50,000 in grant funding for the Pine Bush Central School District. This money has been used to purchase 18 Samsung Interactive Displays, with … more
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