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On August 29, Central Hudson presented details of its new proposed rate increase to an audience of intervenors, including representatives of the Public Utility Law Project (PULP), the Utility … more
Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak gave his monthly update on the Tillson/Toc realignment project. He said recently the contractor has been working to see where some water was impacting the project and … more
Recently Ulster County Legislator Gina Hansut [R-Highland] was able to get her first bill passed by the Legislature that creates a Domestic Partner Registry. It was officially signed into law at the … more
Last week the Lloyd Planning Board approved the site plan for a senior living project known as the Village in the Hudson Valley. The project was previously granted a zoning change to a Planned … more
Work on the exterior of the Marlborough’s Community Recreation Center will resume as the result of a resolution passed unanimously by the Town Board on Monday night, August 28.   … more
Last Thursday the annual senior breakfast was held at the Bob Shepard Highland Landing Park. Supervisor Dave Plavchak said this is the third senior breakfast in a row after it was suspended for two … more
Every year in late August, the Milton Engine Company hosts a Lobster & Clambake dinner fundraiser. It is so popular that people even change their summer plans just to attend. First Assistant … more
  Last Sunday was not only the most perfect weather day of the year, it was also the day UNICO held their annual Tomato Contest at the Benmarl Winery in Marlboro. This is the 17th annual … more
Prayerful and reverent song and dance, handcrafted items and clothing from local vendors and varying patterns of Kente cloth and other hand woven garments were on full display as part of the fourth … more
The popular annual music festival Mazzstock returned to Marlboro last weekend, celebrating its 15th year. The festival is the brainchild of “Big Lee” Mazzola, along with help from his … more
With organizers of the proposed Modena Drag Strip taking to social media to mount another campaign to revive the controversial project, the Plattekill Town Board is considering adopting a six-month … more
After a brief public hearing on Monday, August 21, the Marlborough Planning Board unanimously approved a proposal to subdivide a land parcel at 467 and 474 Old Indian Road. The division of the … more
At their August 16th meeting, the Lloyd Town Board reviewed a recent advisory opinion rendered by the Town’s Ethics Board concerning an alleged conflict of interest issue, when the town hired … more
August 20 marked the three-year anniversary of the Boba tea and snack bar by the name of “Friend’s Corner in Highland. Owners Sheryll Petilos and Claire Sidamon opened the shop in … more
Nestled among the trees on serene Bingham Road in Marlboro, the Chapel Hill Bible Church stands as a testament to both the enduring power of faith and the remarkable stories that history can tell. … more
The Ulster County Soil and Water Conservation District is holding their annual Pond Stocking Program so that local pond owners have a convenient way to purchase healthy and affordable fish. For this … more
Marlborough will develop a community climate action plan and greenhouse-gas inventory for its buildings following a resolution unanimously approved by the Town Board at its Monday, August 14 meeting. … more
Pastor Monique K. Newkirk recently celebrated her fourth year leading the Pentecostal Holy Joy Church of the Lord, located at 431 Freetown Highway in Modena. Newkirk said it was a difficult … more
The Town of Plattekill filled the long vacant bookkeeper’s position and announced it has begun advertising for a new recreation director. Supervisor Jennifer Salemo announced at the August … more
The New Windsor Planning Board welcomed back the project known as Yeshiva Ohr Naftoli for a required public hearing held and closed on Wednesday, August 9 at the town hall. Planning board comments … more
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