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The 88th Annual Ulster County Volunteer Firefighters Parade returns to Wallkill on Saturday, July 29 with parade stepoff at 5 p.m. Trucks will line up along River Road near Hulse Street then make … more
Just two years after potential closure, Camp Wendy is preparing to celebrate 100 years since being founded in 1923. Camp Wendy is a part of Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson, a Girl Scout … more
Restaurants and businesses across the nation have been reporting a rise in thefts of used cooking oil, which is sold to processors who turn it into a bio-fuel, which is used in cosmetics and animal … more
Recently, Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak put the town’s Affordable Housing Law on hold. He has been critical of the law, calling it unworkable in its present form, and indicated that he will … more
Kara Tatelbaum will be giving a reading from her book, “Putting My Heels Down: A Memoir of Having a Dream and a Day Job,” that will include a Q&A session and signing copies for sale … more
Thanks to generous support from sponsors and a successful golf tournament, the Highland Rotary Club has raised a substantial amount of money to aid the Highland Fire District in acquiring essential … more
A special free luncheon, jointly sponsored by the Southern Ulster Rotary Club and the Plattekill Veterans Committee, was held to honor and say ‘thank you’ to all Plattekill Veterans. … more
The Orange County Partnership is pleased to announce that Tesla, the renowned electric car manufacturer, has selected Orange County as the home of their new regional distribution facility for vehicle … more
The Town of Plattekill has received $3.135 million through the State’s BRIDGE NY program to replace the Old Mill Road bridge over the Quassaick Creek. Plattekill Supervisor Jennifer Salemo … more
At the June 26 Marlborough Town Board meeting, town residents Maryanne and Patrick Quick urged the board to take immediate action to fix Old Indian Trail that runs in front of their home. More than … more
RUPCO became the recipient of a $20 Million Low-Income Housing Tax Credit award from New York State Homes and Community Renewal (NYSHCR) to develop a senior, supportive and affordable campus in the … more
Last week the Marlboro School Board held their annual reorganization meeting and administered the Oath of office to Michael Rydell (l.) as Superintendent of Schools. This was followed with additional … more
Cluett Schantz Park is the place to be for summer concerts and fun. more
The Wallkill Board of Education reappointed Joseph LoCierco as Wallkill Board of Education President during the district’s reorganization meeting on Thursday, July 6. Incumbent Board Members … more
A Milton child was reported mssing Sunday afternnon at approximately 2 p.m. Lorenzo Boykin,  12, reportedly left home on foot area of Sands Ave in Milton. He is approximately 5'4" and … more
Claiming that the Plattekill Town Board didn’t adequately support her and that she was pushed out, assistant recreation director/summer camp director Kim Way resigned on June 15. … more
Recently Marlborough resident Bill Donaldson was honored by the Ulster County Legislature and by the Town of Marlborough for turning 100 in June 2023. Legislator Tom Corcoran began by citing a … more
A final public hearing for the project known as Longview Farm, a 27 lot subdivision, was closed on Thursday, June 15 followed by final conditional approval by the Town of Newburgh Planning Board. The … more
Last week, Bud Walker, Chairman of the Lloyd Republican Party Committee, welcomed everyone to a well attended caucus at the American Legion Hall to nominate their local candidates for the Republican … more
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