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Area residents joined together at the Newburgh Free Library on Thursday, August 11 for a community discussion on the proposed Danskammer fracked gas plant. The Danskammer Plant currently rests along … more
A special election for the NY-19th Congressional seat is scheduled for Tuesday, August 23 between Democrat Pat Ryan and Republican Marc Molinaro. The winner will serve out the remaining four months … more
Over the course of three days in July, Highland High School student Cali Roloson participated in the 2022 Excel National Championship Figure Skating competition that was sponsored by the Boston Skate … more
There is a major mainline water main break in the Town of Marlborough. This will affect everyone and you will have no water or very low pressure. Thank you for your patience as the Water & … more
At last week’s Lloyd Town Board meeting, Supervisor Dave Plavchak said he meets with Barton & Loguidice every other Wednesday to discuss the progress of the long-planned realignment … more
Lloyd Planning Board member Carl DiLorenzo pointed out that current plans for the proposed Villages residential project no longer show an outdoor pool. He asked project representative Kelly Libolt if … more
In May the Town of Marlborough decided to rebid the TOMVAC rehabilitation project because of the initial steep prices they received. The Town Board opened the new bids in late June and had Phil Bell, … more
The Ulster County Veteran of the Month is Plattekill resident Gavin Walters. Gavin is an Air Force Veteran who has dedicated his life to serving other Veterans in our community as the Director of … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced this week that 50 local non-profit organizations have been selected for awards of up to $50,000 through The Non-Profit Recovery and Resilience Grant … more
On the morning of Saturday, July 30, 144 swimmers gathered together with their families and supporters in preparation for the River Pool at Beacon’s 2022 18th Annual Great Newburgh to Beacon … more
The Marlborough Town Board has been grappling with the definitions and the realities of what are short term home rentals vs. what are bed and breakfast places. Supervisor Scott Corcoran said last … more
The agri-tourism organization Meet Me in Marlborough has brought back their networking events. They met recently at the Brix Gastropub restaurant. MMiM Director Sheila Mannese said they decided … more
In the past few years local Highland artist Beth Walters-Storyk has been devoting her time to creating very personal and colorful works of art in her studio. Last week, for the first time, she … more
An election sticker described by the New York Times as “an electric concoction of colors: a pink and purple and turquoise creature with a wild bloodshot stare, a toothy neon grin and spiderlike … more
Last week, attorney John Furst, who represents developer Marc Sanderson and his Villages in the Hudson Valley, spoke to the Town Board about his client’s project. He described it as a Life Plan … more
The Town of Plattekill took the first step to dispose of six mysterious barrels that have been sitting at the town’s transfer station for at least eight years by hiring a firm to analyze the … more
On July 30, the Marlboro Fire Department will be hosting a parade to mark their 125th anniversary. The Parade is a rain or shine event and steps off is at 1pm at the High School. It then goes down … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board approved a project to replace the water storage tank on Reservoir Road. Town Engineer Andrew Learn, of CPL Architects, drew up the required construction, … more
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) voted to pass H.R. 8294, a package of six appropriations bills that include over $21 million for community projects in the Hudson Valley. These local wins, announced … more
Jeff Anzevino, Director of Land Use Advocacy for Scenic Hudson, recently sent comments to Loyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak, Planning Board Chairman Scott McCarthy and the members of their respective … more
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