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  Peter Bellizzi, President of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail Association, recently told the Lloyd Town Board that his group has erected a quartet of new signs that tell the history of … more
The war in Ukraine reaches its two-year mark on February 24. What is the state of the situation? Besides the obvious –burned and bombed buildings, ravished lands, extremely damaged … more
The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) will perform a special concert on Saturday, February 18 at 4 p.m. at Aquinas Hall on the Mount Saint Mary College campus in Newburgh. Four distinguished … more
  On Monday, February 5, the Marlborough Planning Board got a sneak preview of an upscale resort that may one day be built on a 152-acre site at 626 Lattintown Road.   The … more
  Last week the Marlboro School Board unanimously approved a new contract with Superintendent Michael Rydell that will run from February 1, 2024 through January 31, 2029.   … more
The Milton home of Maryanne and Patrick Quick sits high on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River. It is, like the old movie title, the last house on the left. Their narrow, one-lane road, Old … more
A proposed project new trucking terminal and warehouse on the border of Gardiner and Modena has residents concerned about its impact on the community. The application, first submitted by Modena … more
  Barbara Masterson is no stranger to The Falcon, a music and artist venue in the heart of the village of Marlboro. She was invited back by Lee Falco and is showing her “Hands That … more
The Munich Philharmonic String Quartet comes to Newburgh on February 9 for an evening of chamber music that spans seven centuries. The concert, with a Valentine’s Day theme, begins at 7:30 p.m. … more
Although the public hearing on the proposed local law banning motor vehicle racing in the Town of Plattekill was open to only written comments at the January 17 Town Board meeting, more than 15 … more
The proposed ordinance to change several parts of the town’s code governing the Marlborough ridgeline dominated the most recent meeting of the Marlborough Town Board, which took place on … more
  Highland High School Junior Shreya Golkonda spoke to the Town Board, pointing out that she is part of a class called Citizenship In Action.   “I work on a project for … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Rydell introduced a presentation at the last school board meeting on the district’s educational Action Plans that are being implemented and coordinated in each … more
On January 12, 14 students and five staff members from Marlboro High School (MHS) attended the regional No Place for Hate conference at Siena College. Inspired by civil rights activist Bayard … more
On January 20, the annual Winter Assistance Fair was held at the Ulster County Restorative Justice and Community Empowerment Center at 733 Broadway in Kingston. This free event provided the public … more
In the heart of Be’er Sheva, where resilience echoes louder than sirens, Bruria Efune stands as a testament to the unwavering spirit of the Israeli people. Living under constant threat of … more
Curaleaf Holdings, Inc., a leading international provider of consumer cannabis products, today celebrated the commencement of adult use sales at its Hudson Valley location both in-person and through … more
The 2024 North East Watercolor Society Members’ Exhibition is now on view in Orange Hall Gallery through March 15. The excellent quality of the 74 works as well as how they are framed and … more
Explore the Marlboro Library’s local history collection Let the Marlboro Library help with your New Year resolution to research your family history and town roots! The Library has past and … more
The fire call came in at 8:46 p.m. on January 17th of a house fire at 26 Gabriety Road in Highland.     Highland Fire Chief Peter Miller said it took “probably less … more
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