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The City of Newburgh recently participated in the annual Point-In-Time Count under the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. A Feb. 8 presentation to a City Council work session … more
The Marlboro ridgeline continues to dominate the Town Board agenda – but with a new twist. At its meeting and public hearing on Monday, February 12, the Marlborough Town Board announced that a … more
Members of Montgomery’s Conservation Advisory Committee appeared at the town’s February 6 board meeting to inform the board about the Drinking Water Source Protection, a New York State … more
A project known as “Green Leaf - Cannabis Dispensary” made an initial appearance on Thursday, Feb. 15 to the Town of Newburgh Planning Board. The project, submitted as a special use … more
Trustee Becky Pearson, during the Village of Walden’s February 6 meeting, expressed disappointment over the current search for a new village treasurer and requested that the entire board be … more
Last week Highland’s Business Administrator, Lindsay Eidel, gave a presentation to the school board on State Aid and Revenues for a projected $53.9 million budget for the 2024-25 school … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh celebrated its 106th home completion on Saturday, Feb. 17 while also celebrating Celeste Bloomer Remembrance Day. This day was dedicated to the memory and … more
Vintage collectors across Montgomery rejoiced on February 10, when Bennington’s Antiques, a new store located on 40 Railroad Avenue in the Village of Montgomery, hosted its grand opening and … more
The Marlboro School District recognized the Scholastic Student Art Awards at last week’s school board meeting. Superintendent Michael Rydell began by pointing out that, “in our … more
On Tuesday, Feb. 6, the Gardiner Town Board approved the resolution for the Ulster County American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) grant to be used for renovations of Majestic Park, located at 40 Murphy Lane. … more
Recently a ‘Leo Lions Club’ was established at the Marlboro High School with support from Superintendent Michael Rydell, Principal Ryan Lawler, the school Administration, School Board … more
City of Newburgh mother Trisha Crumpler is frustrated with the Newburgh Enlarged City School District after her son Matthew Coolidge Jr. was let off his school bus with several other students and … more
The Wallkill St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee is pleased to announce there will be Co-Grand Marshals for the 2024 Parade. This is the first time this parade, being held for its 37th year, has … more
On Tuesday, Feb. 6, the Gardiner Town Board voted to establish a committee to study and submit comments regarding the proposed Modena trucking terminal and warehouse in Plattekill. The committee … more
The project known as Unity Place Warehouse was granted a Clearing and Grading Permit on Thursday, February 15 by the Town of Newburgh Planning Board. A public hearing on the permit was waived. … more
Last week the Marlboro School Administration and Board of Education began their first of many discussions on the budget for the 2024-25 school year.   Rydell said the budget for the … more
First-time author Susan Swiat discovered her passion for writing nine years ago when her six-year-old grandson B.J. refused to eat any vegetables. The original idea for the book occurred to … more
The Town of Newburgh Emergency Medical Services (TONEMS) will be transitioning from a Basic Life Support (BLS) agency into an Advanced Life Support (ALS) agency. A statement from TONEMS released by … more
The Plattekill Town Board is expected to vote on a proposed local law that would ban all motor vehicle racing in the town at its February 21 meeting, according to Town Supervisor Dean DePew Sr. … more
The Newburgh City Council unanimously voted to postpone indefinitely the resolution on revised Rules and Procedures during the regular meeting on Monday, February 12. The Rules and Procedures … more
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