Local news
1168 results total, viewing 1081 - 1100
Marleen Vogelaar, founder of a Newburgh-based activewear apparel company named Ziel, expanded her front when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and began creating personal protective equipment (PPE), … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced on Wednesday, December 23, that his office will soon be launching an information campaign to raise awareness about opioid deaths in Orange … more
 Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack has announced that the Department of Motor Vehicles will be closed to the public for health and safety reasons.  This closure will begin immediately and … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp. repair crews are working throughout the service area to restore power to customers after heavy rains and wind gusts of more than 50 miles per hour in some … more
This past May, Town of Lloyd Police responded to the residence of an 85-year-old Highland senior citizen whose wife of 50 years had just passed away. As spring turned to summer and summer rolled into … more
The Marlborough Police Department has a 20 year tradition of delivering toys to families during the holiday season and they weren’t going to let a pandemic get in the way of carrying out their … more
On December 16 the Lloyd Town Board held their last regular meeting for 2020, touching upon a number of year end topics. Councilman Joe Mazzetti, who is the liaison to the Highland Central … more
Each year the Lloyd Police Department collects toys for children during the holiday season but this year has been a little different due to the covid-19 pandemic. Chief James Janso said covid has … more
Even though a fierce snowstorm blanketed the state last week, the Marlboro School Board held their final board meeting of the year via Zoom. Superintendent Michael Brooks took a few moments to thank … more
With COVID-19 cases rising, more and more people are encouraged to stay put, similar to what was experienced in the spring. Some might have more free time than they did before and are wondering what … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus joined Orange-Ulster BOCES Chief Operating Officer William Hecht on Tuesday, December 22 to collect “Orange Cares” letters from the students at … more
It is no surprise by now that mostly everyone has had to find one way or another to shift to a virtual setting, including the Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center. However, the Center has risen to the challenge … more
The Hudson Valley Rail Trail has become a little bit cleaner with the removal of a significant amount of trash, metal, scattered debris, an old delivery box truck and even a decaying house trailer, … more
Tensions grew high at the Dec. 14 Town of Marlborough Board Meeting after Councilman Scott Corcoran noticed a theme in the Planning Board’s monthly department reports. “There’s … more
Last Thursday evening, the Marlborough Police Department held their annual Blue Light Ceremony in front of the Police Station to honor the officers who were killed in the line of duty during the past … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced the formation of the Ulster County Vaccine Distribution Coalition. Led by Dr. Marc Tack, an infectious disease specialist with more than 20 years of medical … more
Honor Roll Grade: 6 Kaila Allen, Destiny Amaraweera, Aleksander Brown, Nalyah Campbell, Lorenzo Caserto, Aiden Cummings, Alexandria Garay, Angelina Lewis, Allyana Lioi, Carter Randazzo, Mar’kis … more
Major General Raymond F. Shields, the Adjutant General for the State of New York, announces recent promotions for members of the New York Guard state defense force for their continuing commitment to … more
On Friday evening Santa Claus made an special appearance at the Hudson Valley Rail Trail parking lot off Haviland Road in Highland. Parents brought their children in the family car, got in line, and … more
« Prev | 1 52 | 53 | 54 | 55 | 56 | 57 | 58 59 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.