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Last week the Highland Rotary Club handed out two checks, each for $7,500, to the Lloyd Police Department and the Highland Hose Company.   Rotary President Steve Laubach said the money … more
The Plattekill Comprehensive Planning Committee met Wednesday evening to discuss their comprehensive plan update for the community, marking phase two of the project. After recently filling out a … more
On July 11 New York State Governor Kathy Hochul announced the Bridge New York Awards aimed at rehabilitating and replacing aging bridges and culverts across New York State. Two local towns, … more
Due to the unanticipated closure of the Ulster County pool, season pass holders are eligible for a full refund. For more information about the refund process, please contact Jodi Corsa from the … more
The Ulster County government has launched the Solar & Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (SEVI) program, which commits $2.5 million of the County's American Rescue Plan Act funds to support clean … more
On Saturday July 13, the Town of Plattekill held their Red, White and Blue Celebration at the Thomas Felton Park, bringing to a close one of the last Independence Day festivities in the Mid Hudson … more
Animal lovers from all over should flood to the Thomas Felton Community Park in Plattekill this Saturday, as Shades and Shadows is set to host its annual fundraiser for the Walden Humane Society. … more
The Times Hudson Valley Media group will expand to five publications later this month with the acquisition of The Cornwall Local and The News of the Highlands, weekly newspapers serving Cornwall and … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has announced that he will host the next installment of his Leadership Series at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23rd in the auditorium at the County’s … more
Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress has released Out of Reach 2024, a new report that illustrates the steep rise in housing costs over the past year, as surging rents and stagnant wages worsened the … more
Last week Lloyd Building Department Director Dave Barton tackled a few big items in his report to the Town Board, saying that his department has been working with the Highway and Water & Sewer … more
This summer, Ulster County launched an aggressive safe-driving campaign – and on Monday, July 8, Marlborough Police Chief Gerald Cocozza briefed Town Board members and interested citizens on … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak introduced Victoria Reid, who was hired as a grant writer for the town. She also serves as the Deputy Budget Director for Ulster County and oversees their … more
A new face is at the head of the Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library, as Raven Fonfa looks to open up portals to new worlds through enhanced literary appreciation and community programming. Fonfa … more
The Marlboro Central School District Board of Education (BOE) held a reorganization meeting on July 1, where members took the oath of office and made various appointments, including Cindy Storno as … more
Last week the Lloyd Police Department held a graduation ceremony for residents who attended the Civilian Police Academy. The 6 week course was held in the evening, once a week for three hours and was … more
Plattekill Supervisor Dean Depew recently gave an update on what and when new recreation facilities will be built at the town park. Two Pickleball courts will be constructed by SportPro of Wycliffe, … more
With concerns about global warming and better caring for Mother Earth on many minds, the Reduce-Reuse-Recycle basics have almost become a mantra. But have you ever finished a bottle of water, … more
The Department of Public Works (DPW) announced today that the Ulster County Pool, located at 241 Libertyville Road in New Paltz, will be closed for the season due to ongoing water loss issues. … more
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