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Andy Lenec was born in the United States, lived many years in Highland and in 2010 he decided to move west to Colorado. He is a first generation Ukrainian-American and both of his parents, Oksana and … more
After two postponements due to weather, the 62nd Annual Scholarship Concert for bands took place last Monday evening. All of the instrumental bands performed from the Elementary through the High … more
On March 27 retired Marlboro teacher Betty Martuscello will celebrate her 100th birthday. She attended Marlboro schools and often could be found working on the family fruit farm that was founded by … more
The Board of Trustees of the Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library (SHHFL) has unanimously voted to move the over-135-year-old library toward a more equitable, inclusive, and accessible future. The library … more
Patrons and supporters gathered at North Plank Road Tavern last Wednesday for the Ukrainian Relief Fundraiser to raise awareness and relief funds for the conflict in Ukraine. A donation total of … more
It’s not every day that your dreams are right in front of your eyes, but for 28-year-old Veronica Hebbard the opportunity of a lifetime presented itself and she jumped in with everything she … more
If you’re interested in freezing for a good reason, please visit subzeroheores.org today to register for our icy plunge into Berean Lake on Sunday, March 13. All proceeds will help the … more
Dinner Dance benefits Highland Educational FoundationThis year’s Highland Educational Foundation Spring Gala (previously the Snowball) will be held on April 23 from 6-10 PM at Novella’s … more
Plattekill Fire Department hosts ‘Summer of Fun’ raffleThe Plattekill Fire Department is hosting a summer of fun jumble raffle. Tickets, at $40 each or three for $100, are on sale through … more
Highland Library updates mask policyIn keeping with the new CDC guidelines, masks will no longer be required in the library, however it is recommend that masks be worn in the children’s … more
After a two year hiatus, the Marlboro High School (MHS) Drama Club is back, with new directors and young performers eager to get back on stage. The MHS Drama crew set their sights on a lively and … more
Before last week’s Marlboro School Board meeting got underway, board president John Cantone addressed a recent Southern Ulster Times article with the headline “Marlboro bans two books … more
Milton resident BJ Mikkelsen traveled to Berlin on February 22 to attend a birthday party of a friend but two days after his arrival, Russia invaded Ukraine and the world changed overnight. … more
A little more than two months after leaving office as the Town of Plattekill Supervisor, Joseph Croce has returned to serve on the town’s Veteran’s Committee. Supervisor Jennifer … more
Last week, Town of Marlborough consultants Phil Bell and Ciro Interrante, of Bell Engineering, gave a presentation on the estimated costs associated with transforming the TOMVAC building into a … more
Senator Michelle Hinchey has announced legislation (S8249/A9405) that would designate March 8 of each year as International Women’s Day in the State of New York as a way to commemorate the … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan last week submitted a letter to the Chair of the New York State Public Service Commission calling for an official investigation of Central Hudson’s billing … more
Supervisor Marybeth Majestic couldn’t hide the exhilaration she felt when the Gardiner Town Board unanimously approved scheduling a public hearing on the long-delayed Comprehensive Plan at its … more
Timed to coincide with the start of Women’s History Month, a woman-owned business held its official grand opening, Saturday, on Main Street in Walden. Sweeter Than Sweet Cupcakes is the … more
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