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The Maybrook Village Board unanimously approved stationing a police officer at the Maybrook Alternative Learning Center (formerly Maybrook Elementary School) when school starts next month. The … more
After previous unsuccessful bids for the painting and preservation of the Desmond House on Albany Post Road, the Newburgh Town Board has moved forward and approved several local and regional … more
The Valley Central School District will be ready to open its door on the first day of school on Friday, September 2. During the Board Meeting on Monday, August 22, district officials and Bill Devine … more
Due to the drought conditions in the Town of Plattekill, Supervisor Jennifer Salemo has declared a state of emergency that bans the burning of any materials outdoors.      Salemo … more
Town of Newburgh Police have charged four in the death of a man who apparently fell from a Town of Newburgh roof. On August 10, at approximately 9:15 p.m, officers from the Town of Newburgh Police … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced that demolition of the former County Jail has begun. At a ground-breaking ceremony at the site on Golden Hill, County Executive Ryan said the demolition of … more
Town of Lloyd Police are investigating numerous complaints of flowers being stolen from loved ones’ graves at the Highland Cemetery. There have been over a half dozen reports of flowers … more
The Mazzstock Music Festival returns this weekend to 35 Hampton Rd., Marlboro from August 18 - 21. The festival was started in 2008 by ‘Big Lee’ Mazzola. What began as a celebratory … more
Due to the extremely dry conditions and lack of rain, there are townwide burn bans in both Lloyd and Marlborough. New York State officials on Tuesday expanded a drought watch designation to a … more
A major water main break Friday in the Town of Marlborough keep the town’s water and highway crews busy for most of the day, as many residents had to make do with little or no running … more
Town Supervisor David Plavchak and the Town Board are inviting all Town of Lloyd seniors to the annual breakfast on Thursday, August 25. Breakfast begins serving at 9:30 a.m. at the Bob Shepard … more
There is a major mainline water main break in the Town of Marlborough. This will affect everyone and you will have no water or very low pressure. Thank you for your patience as the Water & … more
The Memorial United Methodist Church of Modena, located at 1928 Rt 44/55, will be holding a Waffle Church Service on Sunday, August 14, at 11 a.m. in the church hall. We will meet for … more
The Saint Augustine Thrift Shop is offering the following specials this week. Buy one candle or candle holder and get one free.Clothes with a yellow tag are on sale for half price. Hours are: … more
The Plattekill Library hosts free fitness classes during the month of August. Barre Body Sculpting with Adelaide Rock will take place on Saturday, August 20, 10 - 10:45 a.m. Zumba with Danielle … more
Get your tickets while you still can for a raffle to benefit the Plattekill Library. The drawing is on August 15. The price is $1 per ticket or six tickets for $5. Crafted wooden chests … more
Saint Augustine Church in Highland will host Saturday Night Bingo twice during the month of August. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. on August 20. Calling begins at 6:30 p.m. St. Augustine is located at … more
Rolling Thunder NY Ch3 is still looking for vendors Saturday, Sept 10 at Thomas Felten Park, 11 Patura Road, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., rain or shine. Interested vendors can contact MaryEllen Judge-Cioto … more
Yarn and Yak is inclusive of all yarn crafters who want to come to the library work on their projects with us, get a little help and make new friends in the process. Come craft with us on the … more
The Ulster County Board of Elections has made an urgent appeal to recruit election inspectors (poll workers) for the August 23 special election. There are not enough people to run the polls right … more
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