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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
Highland had an early start to 4th of July festivities last Saturday. more
The Ulster County Legislature and the Town of Marlborough recently honored Juliana Juras for her athletic achievements.   Ulster County Legislator Tom Corcoran, who also is a … more
The Town of Lloyd Conservative Party chose the candidates they are supporting for the November election. Joe Mazzetti and Mike Guerriero for Town Council received 26 and 23 votes respectively, … more
The Ulster County Board of Elections has announced its selection of Hart Intercivic as the chosen provider for the next generation of voting machines in Ulster County. Following a thorough and … more
Within the Hudson Valley, many municipalities with natural areas are home to a variety of species of animals including the black bear. With assistance from the New York State Department of … more
Despite some iffy weather and ominous clouds, the New York Air Show drew thousands to Orange County Airport this past weekend. more
After Postmaster General Louis DeJoy revealed his 10-year-plan, “Delivering for America” in 2021, many labor unions, locals and government officials have been fighting back. They fear for … more
Last week the Lloyd Democrats selected their candidates for the fall election.   Before the caucus got underway, caucus chairman Joe Avampato held a moment of silence for the late Rose … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board continued discussing the Affordable Housing Law that has been in effect since 2010, but to date, the town has failed to have any developer provide a single affordable … more
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