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Wallkill native William Hecht returns to the Wallkill Central School District to serve once again as the newest member of the Wallkill Board of Education. Hecht joins the board following the … more
A public hearing for a short-term rental at 79 Ridge Road in Marlboro kicked off the new year for Marlborough’s Planning Board. This first meeting of the year took place Tuesday night, January … more
The New York State Thruway Authority has announced that the northbound lanes of the Thruway (I-87) from exit 17 in Newburgh to exit 18 in New Paltz will fully shut down to all traffic at 7 p.m. … more
Following more than a decade of service as a Councilman in the Town of Plattekill, Dean DePew Sr. was sworn in Monday as the new Supervisor along with three board members and other officials on … more
On New Year’s Day, Lloyd Town Judge Terry Elia swore in the elected officials for 2024. Judge Elia said everyone at the dais, “has served the town. They are family and you … more
On Thursday, December 28, 2023, Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger took the oath of office for her first full four-year term in a small ceremony with family in attendance, held in the Chambers of … more
This past fall, Marlboro UNICO honored the Middle School winners of their 29th annual Italian Heritage Essay Contest. The seventh grade winner was Chloe Collier and the eighth grade winner was Faith … more
On December 19 Nikita Schwab entered the First Care Medical Center in Highland, making her their 400,000th office visit since the facility opened in January 2008. In addition, Dr. Stephen Weinman … more
At the last Marlboro School Board meeting for 2023, Superintendent Michael Rydell spoke about how the district will spend funding they received from the American Rescue Plan Act, starting with … more
The Paper Bag Players are coming with singing, dancing and lots of laughs to SUNY Orange in Middletown, on Sunday, January 28 to start off the 2024 Cultural Affairs performance events programming. At … more
Once again this holiday season the Marlborough and Lloyd Police Departments sponsored annual Toy Drives to ensure that local children in need would receive gifts for Christmas. Marlborough Head … more
Last Thursday, in a special session, the Ulster County Legislature approved a local law increasing the occupancy tax on hotels, motels and short-term rentals from two percent to four percent, the … more
Last week, Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak presented Shelly Collins, owner of Hair Craft Salon, with a trophy to acknowledge her Holiday Window Display as the best in town for this holiday season. … more
County Comptroller March Gallagher released a follow up audit last week finding that Ulster County earned an additional $4.21 million as a result of reallocation of investments since the … more
A holiday party was held recently at Valley Vista, an Adult Assisted Living Center in Highland. Administrator Theresa Daley said at a number of holiday events she invited singers to perform. … more
The Marlboro Arts Coalition, known as MaArCo, held a holiday showing at the Kent’s Locust Grove Brewery in Milton on December 17. MaArCo’s Treasurer Jerry Wein said a lot of people … more
Principal Ian M. MacCormack named Fanny Perez Cortez the Highland Elementary School Leader of the Pack for December. He recognized Fanny, “as an exceptional student who truly embodies the spirit of leadership and excellence at our school.” more
Over three nights, Marlboro students in band and chorus performed a variety of music for the holiday season. more
The 75th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is being celebrated with an art show in Orange Hall Gallery, SUNY Orange. On December 10, 1948, the General Assembly of the … more
The Town of Lloyd recently contracted their ambulance service with the New Paltz Rescue Squad that will start on January 1, 2024 at an annual cost of $600,000. CEO Matthew Goodnow said they will … more
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