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An audit report released by the New York State Comptroller’s office says that Wallkill School District claims totaling $1.7 million were not adequately supported, authorized or approved before … more
The Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library’s Tea, Talks and Workshops Series begins in October.  Come for information and inspiration; stay for refreshments and conversation.  The … more
The Lloyd Town Board approved the expenditure of $4,689,500 to make various improvements and upgrades to the town’s Water Filtration plant. The resolution states that this will include, … more
Members of the Pentecostal Holy Joy Church of the Lord in Modena are concerned about “subliminal messages” about their church made by town residents on Plattekill Rising’s Facebook … more
This past Sunday, October 1, the Marlboro chapter of UNICO hosted an Oktoberfest at the Benmarl Winery with the support of proprietor Victor Spaccarelli. The Fest took place on a perfectly sunny fall … more
Two new site plans – one to construct four six-unit apartment buildings and another to revive a long-ago resort property – were aired at the Monday, October 2 meeting of … more
Marlborough held a ceremony and a luncheon recently at the town park to say thank you to Veterans of the Vietnam War, decades after hostilities ceased.   Deacon Vincent Porcelli … more
Governor Kathy Hochul has signed into law a bill sponsored by Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) and State Senator James Skoufis (D-42) (A928/S438) requiring New York’s electoral voters … more
The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley, a distribution location of the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, announces the launch of its capital campaign to construct a new 40,000 square foot … more
Last Thursday a new Peace Pole was dedicated at the Highland Rotary Centennial Garden on the Hudson Valley Rail Trail in memory of Donna Deeprose [1940-2022]. The Peace Pole contains the phrase … more
Work is proceeding on Marlborough’s Community Recreation Center – and on September 25, the Marlborough Town Board approved a resolution allocating $41,275 to be spent on new exterior … more
Even though the Highland branch of Community Action has shuttered its doors and been moved to Ellenville, it did not stop a few dedicated staff, in partnership with Sullivan County, along with Ulster … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger has announced that the County’s Department of Emergency Services has coordinated a multi-agency emergency exercise to be held at the campus of Woodland Pond … more
In the quaint hamlet of Clintondale, nestled within the Hudson Valley’s picturesque landscapes, lies a historic church that has stood for two centuries. The Clintondale Christian Church, though … more
Recently B. J. and Patricia Mikkelsen invited people to their home and urged them to consider joining the Highland Rotary, saying it is all about friendship, love and service above self, stressing … more
More than 100 artists will participate in the Thirteenth Annual Newburgh Open Studios, organized by Gerardo Castro and Michael Gabor, co- owners of Newburgh Art Supply, taking place on Saturday and … more
The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) will offer a free “Best of Big Bands” concert on Saturday, September 30 at 3 p.m. at Safe Harbors Green in Newburgh, at the corner of … more
Last Thursday, members of the Lloyd Town Board, the Ulster County Legislature, the New York State Assembly and the Highland Landing Park thanked State Sen. Michelle Hinchey for securing a $200,000 … more
  Recently a Settlement Agreement was reached between the Marlboro School District and former Elementary School Principal Patricia Walsh.    The 20-page agreement, … more
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