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Due to very recent changes in COVID-19 safety mitigation policies, the West point Holiday Show is now limited to Department of Defense ID cardholders and their dependents … more
The Plattekill Town Board meeting scheduled for Dec 1 has been canceled due to personal matters affecting two town board members. Two scheduled public hearings, on a proposed towing law and … more
The public is cordially invited to attend an illumination ceremony of our annual “Blue Light” tree on Friday, December 10, at 6 p.m. in memoriam of officers who have given the ultimate … more
Assembly member Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is calling on the New York State Department of Labor to undertake major reforms of the agency’s workforce development programs. Jacobson said, … 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
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
Camp Wendy, a beloved Girl Scout Camp located in Wallkill and donated by the Borden Family, is the possible latest casualty on the chopping block for the Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson. Camp Wendy … more
Cannabis dispensaries could open in the Town of Gardiner by 2023 after the Town Board decided not to opt out of allowing marijuana retail stores within the town at its Nov. 9 meeting. The board, … more
The Grand Montgomery Chamber Music series returns from its COVID layoff with a live and in-person performance featuring the Shelest Piano Duo. The free concert will take place Sunday, Nov,. 21 at … more
In August of 2020, the Town of Lloyd Town Board passed a resolution approving Pay to Park for non-resident vehicle parking along certain points of Haviland Road and the parking lots located at 75 and … more
Rain delayed some of the festivities, but the sun shined on the last day of October. more
The Marlboro High School Drama Club will be performing “Almost, Maine” in the Marlboro High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 4; Friday, November 5; and Saturday, November … more
At the last Marlboro School Board meeting, board member Michael Connors noted that October was National Principals Month. “We have our three finest here, High School Principal Ryan Lawler, … more
State Senator James Skoufis [D-39] delivered the news that a $40,000 request to build an accessible kayak launch at the Milton Landing Park has been granted by the State. Officials from the … more
Wallkill parents Kathy Harrington, Janice Vincenzo and Tarie Lewis lead the call for the Wallkill district to livestream their school board meetings. “We would have greater participation in … more
Town of Lloyd Police are investigating a one car fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred at Friday at approximately 2:44 p.m. on Rt. 9W near Cummings Lane in the Town of Lloyd. The operator of … more
The Highland Public Library joins the growing number of NYS libraries eliminating late fees for overdue books. Beginning Nov. 1, late fees will no longer be assessed as long as the item is returned. … more
Permits for construction of a new natural gas run power plant, along the Hudson River, submitted by Danskammer Energy, were denied by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) … more
The Hudson Valley NY Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association brought their fundraiser back in-person to the Walkway Over the Hudson this past Saturday. This year the Highland Rotary formed a … more
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