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The Lloyd Town Board, last week, held a public hearing on amendments they are seeking to make to the Short Term Transient [STR] Law.   Supervisor Dave Plavchak said they are proposing … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has announced that he will host the first installment of his Leadership Series at 6 p.m. on Thursday, February 1 at the County’s Emergency Services … more
The Paper Bag Players are coming with singing, dancing, and lots of laughs to SUNY Orange in Middletown, on Sunday, January 28 to start off the 2024 Cultural Affairs performance events programming. … more
Just over 100 days since Hamas’s brutal attack on Israel, representatives from the Jewish Federations of Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster Counties presented Rep. Pat Ryan and his staff with a … more
The New York State Thruway Authority Wednesday announced that the southbound lanes of the Thruway (I-87) from exit 18 in New Paltz to exit 17 in Newburgh will fully shut down to all traffic at 8 p.m. … more
At a public hearing on Monday, January 8, the Marlborough Town Board tackled the thorny subjects of cannabis retailing and ridgeline regulations and protections. In the regular semimonthly meeting … more
  Long time Highland resident Leonard C. Hossenloop Jr,  affectionately known as “Bud”, passed away on December 22, 2024. He was born in Buffalo on December 8, 1950 to the … more
The Friends of the Marlboro Free Library donated $5000 to the Library, representing monies raised through their 2023 fundraising events. Events included a Spring Tea Party, book sales, raffles, … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) has called on Metro-North to fix the flooding at the west parking lot of the Beacon train station (on the Hudson River side). Metro-North, which runs the … more
The Marlboro School Board student representatives Evan Wheatley and Harrison Solomon reported on activities that took place recently at all three school campuses.   At the Elementary … more
Most of us put metal items we no longer need into the recycling bins provided by our waste-carting company. But for Marlboro artist Veronica Evanega, those discarded metals are like canvases – … more
On January 14, Ulster County District Attorney Emmanuel C. Nneji was formally sworn in by Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger at the SUNY New Paltz Lecture Hall. The ceremony followed a … more
New Plattekill Town Supervisor Dean DePew Sr. appointed Councilman Wilfrido Castillo Jr. as the new Deputy Supervisor during the January 3 reorganizational meeting at the Town Hall. DePew had … more
In a special meeting marking the start of his second term, Scott Corcoran was sworn in as town supervisor for Marlborough on Wednesday night, January 3, along with four other town officials. … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board approved 14 Rules of Order concerning the town board. Most were fairly routine, such as the supervisor opening and presiding over all Town Board meetings and Public … more
Recent warm weather has allowed for construction of a new pavilion at the town filed to move quickly forward. Once completed, it will be dedicated in honor of the late town attorney Lewis C. DiStasi … more
The Ulster County Legislature unanimously elected Legislator Peter Criswell to serve as the 19th Chair of the Legislature during its organizational meeting this evening. “I am truly … more
Wallkill native William Hecht returns to the Wallkill Central School District to serve once again as the newest member of the Wallkill Board of Education. Hecht joins the board following the … more
A public hearing for a short-term rental at 79 Ridge Road in Marlboro kicked off the new year for Marlborough’s Planning Board. This first meeting of the year took place Tuesday night, January … more
The New York State Thruway Authority has announced that the northbound lanes of the Thruway (I-87) from exit 17 in Newburgh to exit 18 in New Paltz will fully shut down to all traffic at 7 p.m. … more
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