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This month the Adonai Masonic Lodge #718 in Lloyd held a ceremony under the direction of Richard Kessler, Grand Master of Masons for New York State, to acknowledge the lodge’s 150th … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak questioned reporting in the Southern Ulster Times concerning the town’s proposed sidewalk project in the hamlet. Seeking clarification, he released a … more
After a ten year absence, the Highland School Board voted unanimously last week to reinstate the Student Resource Officer [SRO] program in the district, starting this fall. During the public … more
On Monday evening the Marlborough Town Board declared June Pride Month in honor of the LGBTQ community. The board took it a step further by making sure that every June in the future would be named … more
At the start of last week’s Lloyd Town Board meeting, Police Chief James Janso honored three law enforcement officers - Sgt. Anthony Kalimeras, Officer Dan Labodin and Trooper Brittany Schurko … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak gave an update to the board and the public on the streetscape project that has been proposed for the hamlet of Highland. Plavchak highlighted the areas … more
After a two year hiatus, the Milton Fire Department’s Cocktail fundraiser returned to Buttermilk Falls last Sunday evening. This year the proceeds raised will go to the Sarah Hull Hallock … more
Faced with the possibility of not having a summer camp for a third year in a row, the Town of Plattekill has decided to open it even though interest isn’t as high as usual. The Town Board … more
Recently, the Lloyd Police Benevolent Association hosted a free Youth Fishing Tournament at the pond at Berean Park. Chief James Janso came with his wife and two children. “They put this … more
When Kara Tatelbaum was quite young, she embarked on a long journey to become a dancer. Now as an adult she has penned a memoir highlighting the joys, frustrations, challenges, disappointments and … more
The SUNY Ulster Board of Trustees has named Alison Buckley, Ed.D. as the College’s seventh president, according to Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Alan Lomita. The announcement follows … more
On a perfect spring morning, after a three year hiatus, the Highland community held a Memorial Day parade that culminated in a solemn ceremony in the town square. Firefighter Frank Piscopo opened … more
Nearly 10 months in the making, the Town of Plattekill adopted a towing law at its May 18 meeting. Following Wednesday’s hour-long public hearing that was dominated by questions and … more
Recently, the Marlboro-Milton Lions Club awarded two, $2,500 scholarships to graduating seniors Novali Hanley and Katerina Calderone at a special dinner that was held at the Ship Lantern Inn. Each … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan reminds residents and businesses that the bill to temporarily cut the county gas tax goes into effect tomorrow. In April, County Executive Ryan partnered with a … more
In 2009 Marlboro resident Charley Alonge decided that he would find a way to honor his childhood friend, LCPL William J. Partington, who was killed in action in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam on … more
New York State Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is pleased to announce its outdoor summer concert series, Twilight Music in the Parks, at Walkway Over the Hudson, on Thursday nights from … more
One of the oldest gravestones in Lloyd cemetery belongs to George S. Brundage. It contains all that is known or remembered about a soldier who gave his life for his country: George S. BrundageBorn … more
Although a parade of speakers praised the Ulster County Commission on Reapportionment for undertaking a tough job at a May 16 public hearing at the Modena fire station, no one seemed happy with the … more
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