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Marlboro School Superintendent Michael Brooks opened last week’s school board meeting with message of appreciation by showing a slide of district teachers and students hard at work in various … more
The vote for a site plan and special permit application was nearly delayed for another month after a Town of Gardiner Planning Board member argued there was insufficient evidence the project was safe … more
New York will be getting its first 170,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in the coming weeks, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday. “If all safety and efficacy approvals are granted, we … more
In a sign that the pandemic is in a state of resurgence, Ulster County, Monday, reported its highest number of COVID-active cases since early spring. The county’s online dashboard reported … more
With a deadline of April 1 looming, the Town Board of Marlborough’s committee on police reform is nearly ready to make recommendations to rehabilitate officer policy, though Councilman Howard … more
Recently, Marlborough Girl Scout Abigail Gaer, of Troop 60174, completed the requirements for her Silver Award by creating an outdoor interactive game space at the Stepping Stones Early Learning … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation advises residents to be prepared for the potential of thunderstorms and strong winds on Monday, Nov. 30. Weather forecasts predict a chance of … more
The Orange County Health Department is advising residents that if they worked at or visited the Outback Steakhouse, located at 25 Crystal Run Crossing in Middletown from 5 p.m. to closing on November … more
Ulster County Sheriff Juan Figueroa informed the Lloyd Town Board on steps that his department and the Urgent Task Force is taking to combat the burgeoning opioid crisis that is facing the county. … more
After a lengthy discussion at last week’s meeting, the Marlboro Board of Education voted 4 – 3 to remain closed immediately following the Thanksgiving break, providing a period of … more
On election night it looked like Republican Rich Amedure was going to beat Democrat Michelle Hinchey for the open NYS Senate seat for the 46th district. That evening Amedure had 66,784 votes to … more
Last week the Plattekill Town Board opened a discussion on their new Police Reform Collaborative Committee, which Governor Andrew Cuomo has mandated that towns and municipalities create to address … more
Every year at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, somber ceremonies take place across American dedicated to American Veterans of all wars, living and deceased, who have served in a … more
In May 2019 the Lloyd Board of Assessment Review [BOAR] reduced the assessment of the Highland Route 9W Self Storage facility from $7,914,000 to $4,000,000, a decrease of $3,914,000. The following … more
In this era of Covid-19, artists across the country have found it challenging to find ways to reach out and connect with their audiences. With so many performance venues closed, both small and large, … more
In response to a surge in COVID-19 cases and in order to continue the county’s proactive response to the pandemic, County Executive Pat Ryan today announced the county’s new mobile rapid … more
A drizzling rain did not keep people from coming to the Veterans Memorial in Plattekill last Wednesday to honor and remember all Veterans who have served their country in a branch of the Armed … more
Last Tuesday, voters in the Town of Marlborough sent Republican Michael Kraiza back to the bench for another four-year term as their town Justice. The unofficial tally, last updated Nov. 4 at 2:34 … more
For the past few weeks, Lloyd town officials worked to reduce their 2021 budget by nearly $1 million, which brought them under the state’s 1.56% tax cap. Previously, a majority of the board … more
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