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Last week the Marlboro School Board held a lengthy discussion on a motion to name the elementary gym for the third through fifth grades in honor of Benjamin Trapani, who taught physical education in … more
From December 11 to 14, Rabbi Douglas Kohn of Newburgh’s Temple Beth Jacob along with other rabbis from across the country and organizers traveled to bear witness and experience the current … more
The public hearing for the project known as ‘Unity Place Warehouse’ will remain open as approved by the Town of Newburgh Planning Board on Thursday, January 5. Traffic increases, loss of … more
Information and technology specialists and forensic experts have been working at Mount Saint Mary College over the past several weeks to resolve a cybersecurity incident recently discovered in late … more
It was a sad day for Maybrook this past Sunday as the Church of the Assumption held its final mass. The room was full of tears, tissues and heartbreak. For a lot of 2022, many locals feared the … more
Hawkins Apartment is a potential 3.77 acre project coming to Montgomery to provide affordable housing for seniors and veterans. Engineer Vincent Pietrzak of Pietrzak and Pfau Engineering and … more
The Shawangunk Town Board recognized the Vision of Wallkill’s Sparkle & Shine Award winners at its January 5 meeting. A couple of weeks before Christmas, local businesses and residents … more
The music of Chopin, Schubert and Philip Glass from the keyboard of Jenny Lin highlight the next concert of the Grand Montgomery Chamber Music Series on Sunday, January 15 at 3 p.m. Pianist Jenny … more
On New Year’s Eve, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Archboshop of New York, celebrated Mass at St. Augustine Church in Highland. In 2009 he was appointed Archbishop by Pope Benedict XVI, who passed … more
Members of the Lloyd Planning Board recently voted 5-2 to forward a memo to the Town Board, urging them to approve a Planned Residential Retirement Development [PRRD] zoning change for the Villages … more
On the last meeting of the year, the Lloyd Town Board presented Larry Hammond with a Certificate of Outstanding Service for his 35 years as a volunteer on the Planning Board and on the Water & … more
The Lloyd Zoning Board of Appeals is about to grant an area variance to allow Nicholas Corday and his wife to construct a 100ft by 50ft outbuilding in the front yard of their property at 67 South … more
As 2022 drew to a close, Marlborough Supervisor Scott Corcoran prepared a presentation for the last board meeting of the year to highlight the town’s achievements, starting with the completion … more
Christopher W. Eachus of New Windsor, joined by his family, friends, fellow elected officials and supporters was sworn in as the newest member of the New York State Assembly on Sunday, January 1. … more
In his final days in office, Assemblyman Colin Schmitt doubled down on his opposition to any migrant settlements in the area. It had been a major platform of his unsuccessful congressional campaign … more
Linda Muller, President and Chief Executive Officer [CEO] of Cornerstone Family Healthcare concluded 31 years of service and leadership of the local healthcare provider at the end of 2022. She will … more
The Town of Newburgh Board hosted a public hearing on December 27 to seek comments from the public on a proposed local law for a Cannabis Zoning Amendment for the town. The town board did not make … more
His 101st Assembly District extends far north and west into New York’s Leatherstocking Region, but Brian Maher was back in his hometown on New Year’s Eve. That’s where he took … more
At exactly 9:21 a.m. last Friday, newly elected New York State Assemblyman Brian Maher officially resigned from his role as Town of Montgomery supervisor at a special town board meeting. … more
In 2020, the Wallkill River Center for the Arts had to pause their Capital Campaign due to COVID. Now they’re excited to launch the fundraising again. In June 2018, the Wallkill River Center … more
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