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The Town of Plattekill has scheduled a public hearing for Nov. 17 on a proposed local law that would ban cannabis retail dispensaries and cannabis consumption sites in the town. Supervisor Joseph … more
The park down by the Hudson River in Highland has always been known as the Bob Shepard Highland Landing Park, but that became official with the recent dedication and plaque in his name that has been … more
Ulster County Legislator Tom Corcoran [R-Marlborough] said the town’s Democratic Party did not hold a traditional caucus earlier this year. Corcoran said he read an announcement in the … more
Shall a law amending Section C4.01 entitled ‘Rules of Order” of the Charter of the City of Newburgh clarifying unexcused and excessive absence from Council meetings and defining … more
Article III “Prohibition of Eviction without Good Cause” to Chapter 240 “Rental Properties” was approved by council Monday night. According to the Housing Justice For All … more
Candy, ghouls and costumes galore were the many scenes at Chadwick Lake as the Town of Newburgh celebrated its annual Trunk or Treat celebration this past Friday. Unfortunately a year ago, the … more
Paul Ruggiero and Elizabeth “Betty” Greene will face first time candidates Terri Blancato-Horton and Donette Smith at the polls on November 2 for seats on the town board. Gilbert … more
Senator James Skoufis and State Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson pledged $100,000 to the City of Newburgh for the construction of a new free outdoor fitness court through the The National Fitness … more
“To accuse someone of causing the death of another human being is horrific. Even more so when it is an absolute lie,” said Sgt. John Hank of the Town of Montgomery Police … more
“Like I told you before, these people will tell you everything that you want to hear that’s good, but they’re not going to tell you anything negative,” said Montgomery … more
What to do when the rental space you’ve recently occupied came loaded with assorted dollar store items including hundreds of Halloween costumes? If you’re Krissy Karros and Denise … more
Bob Williams has heard - and told - many tales in his days. A onetime town historian with many links to Montgomery’s past, Williams will share a few of them, Saturday, when the village hosts … more
“After he died, I just had to keep going. I just put my feet on the floor every morning and did what I had to do,” said Debbie von Ronn about her son at the 11th Annual Kenneth von Ronn … more
Taxi drivers, friends and family gathered at 144 North Miller St. demanding justice for Jorge Arbayza De La Cruz on Thursday at noon. Arbayza De La Cruz was shot at 144 North Miller in an … more
Two years after George Meyers reclaimed the supervisor’s seat from George Green, he faces a challenge for re-election. Meyers, who defeated Green in the Republican primary in 2019, is … more
Jim Presutti, Town of Newburgh Commissioner of Parks, Recreation & Conservation, announced last Tuesday plans for the creation and construction of a new recreation center. According to … more
The Desmond Center officially opened with a ribbon cutting for the Town of Newburgh to utilize and continue to provide adult enrichment and a family friendly experience. Town of Newburgh … more
Local bands, vendors and supporters joined The Hudson Valley Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (HVSPCA) in their annual Donation and Adoption Celebration. The shelter, located at … more
Recently, local chapter NY 3 of Rolling Thunder held a fundraiser at the Plattekill Town Park and as always, the focus was on helping all Veterans. Mary Lewis became interested in the organization … more
Town of Marlborough residents will see many familiar faces on the ballot on November, as incumbent Al Lanzetta faces a challenge from longtime council member Scott Cororan on November 2.A profile of … more
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