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Plattekill Town Board members mourned the loss of Councilman Larry Farrelly at the April 20 board meeting. Farrelly, who died on April 14, was the senior member of the five-person council. The … more
On Saturday April 23, the hamlet of Milton was packed with people of all ages celebrating the return of the Blossom Street Fair. The weather was cooperative and the mood was light. This event was … more
Last Sunday, the Marlborough community and state elected officials gathered at the Falcon Music Club to honor former Supervisor Al Lanzetta and Councilman Howard Baker. State Senator. James … more
The Town of Gardiner is nearing the finish line in its quest to update its Comprehensive Plan. After more than a year of working with consultant David Church to update the plan for the first time … more
Building on its four-decade commitment to protecting and improving Minnewaska State Park, the Open Space Institute (OSI) announced that a restoration of the High Point Carriage Road at Minnewaska … more
The proposed convenience store and gas station at Plattekill Corners cleared a big hurdle on April 14 when the Town of Plattekill’s Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) approved five variances for the … more
Marlborough Supervisor Scott Corcoran read a letter he received from Quality Environmental Solutions & Technologies [QuES &T] informing him that a final visual inspection and air clearance … more
The Lloyd Town Board approved a complete replacement of the front steps at town hall after further investigation revealed that the concrete and support rebar had deteriorated to a point beyond … more
On Saturday April 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Blossom Street Fair returns once again to the hamlet of Milton. Hosted by the agricultural association Meet Me in Marlboro, Main Street will be lined … more
Meet Me in Marlboro has announced that the Blossom Street Fair & May Day Festival, originally scheduled for Sunday April 30, has been rescheduled for Sunday, May 7 from 10 am to 4 pm, in the hamlet of Milton. This event is a celebration of the start of the agricultural season in the Hudson Valley, featuring beautiful fruit blossoms, food, entertainment, dancing, demonstrations, shopping, crafts, vendors, kids activities/crafts/ blossom hayride tours and much more. Visitors will have the chance to shop for unique crafts, products and produce from local vendors and farmers. Enjoy live music and dance performances, and taste the delicious food and beverages from the many food trucks, wineries, breweries and restaurants. For more information about the Blossom Street Fair & May Day Festival, please visit meetmeinmarlborough.com and/or Blossom St. Fair Event Page - fb.me/e/EpdxLmEE. more
The Valley Central School District invites district resident non-employee applications for one opening on the District’s Audit Committee. The committee members collectively should possess … more
A plastic Easter egg found on Walden’s West Main Street, contained traces of a substance found in marijuana, Walden Police reported Saturday. Police reported receiving a call Saturday after … more
Saturday’s soaking rain gave way to Sunday’s sunshine and brisk air, just in time for the annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the Town of Plattekill Recreation Department. Nearly … more
Last week Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks announced to the school board that he will be retiring at the end of August after serving in the position for seven years. Brooks spoke with the … more
Even before it announced two new appointments to the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA), the Plattekill Town Board was criticized at its April 6 meeting by two town residents for … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board announced that this year the town will be making significant upgrades to their internet and information technology infrastructure. Supervisor Dave Plavchak has been … more
On Thursday April 7, the Hudson Valley Sportsdome held their 10th annual Easter Egg Hunt for families in the community. The fields indoors were littered with colorful Easter eggs with prizes and … more
For the past few months Marlboro has been fine tuning next year’s school budget. Last week the administration proposed a $61,498,000 budget for 2022-23 for the school board’s … more
Newburgh Gold’s Gym has presented to the Town Newburgh Planning Board a proposed site plan for a new chiropractic office and facility. According to planning board records, the … more
After much research and work in the field, a slave burial ground has been located on a hillside above the Highland Landing near the historic Yelverton House. Joseph E. Diamond, Associate Professor … more
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