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The Montgomery Town Board approved its 2022 spending plan last month with a 4-1 vote, as Town Supervisor Brian Maher was the only dissenter. “I am voting ‘no’ because I do not … more
“In 2020 we all experienced so much screen time, including our children, and some of it was forced. But now, on an average school day, kids are still absorbing more screen time than … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Wednesday, November 24, Justina Ferguson, 46, of Middletown, pleaded guilty before Orange County Court Judge Craig Stephen Brown to … more
A. J. Schenkman, a local historian and teacher, has been writing about the history of the Hudson Valley for some time, and his latest book centers around the American Revolution and the role played … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Commissioner of Emergency Services Brendan Casey encourage residents to begin preparing for winter, which officially begins on December … more
Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP is pleased to announce that Cynthia J. Hand has joined the firm’s Business and Estate Planning team as an Associate attorney. Hand earned her Bachelor of Arts in … more
About a dozen Mount Saint Mary College students recently kicked off the Walden Savings Bank Medici Scholars Program, becoming the sixth group to take on the prestigious initiative since its inception … more
In response to rapidly rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, and the emergence of the new Omicron (B.1.1.529) variant, Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced Sunday that he has declared a … more
City of Newburgh Police responded to three shots-fired incidents on Friday, between 9:30 aand 11 p.m. Officers initially responded to the area of Clark Street and W. Parmenter St for a Shotspotter … more
The much anticipated opening of the Locust Grove Brewing Company took place on November 13 in Milton. Before the official ribbon cutting ceremony, a parade of tractors driven by local farmers came up … more
The Town of Plattekill has scheduled a public hearing on the town’s first towing law for 7 p.m. on Dec. 1. The Town Board heard comments on the draft version of the law at its Nov. 17 … more
Susan Gilmore recently received an Excellence Award from the Mid-Hudson School Study Council [MHSSC] for her service on the Highland School Board. She has been a member of the board since … more
Retired Marlboro Teacher Celeste Ricciardone still has her hand in educating students through the 1,000 Book Club; a program that is a partnership between the Marlboro Faculty Association and the … more
Last week Jordan Polumbo opened her Hazel Rose Baking Company at 1447 Rte. 9W suite 2 in Marlboro. She grew up in Marlboro and later attended SUNY Delhi in 2012, earning a BA in Culinary Arts. She … more
A COVID-19 cluster has been reported at Sapphire Nursing Home. “Sapphire has had 12 resident positives and 3 employee positives, with one resident death in the last two weeks.” This … more
On Tuesday, November 16, the scouts of both Troop 70 and Pack 70 were busy collecting and counting food items as part of their annual “Scouting for Food” Program. Over 2,791 food items … more
After being an online store for just a little more than a year, Attallah Drip boutique has found a new home at 184 Broadway in the City of Newburgh. Kenyatta Shabaaz, 20, sole owner of Attallah Drip, … more
Senator James Skoufis joined City of Newburgh officials to announce $200,000 in state budget funding that will offset lost revenue from the tax-exempt SUNY Orange campus. The announcement comes in … more
“We’re going to build this organization from the ground up. I’m excited by this potential,” Mayor Torrance Harvey said. “We’re just organizing right now. We got to … more
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