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The Town of Montgomery will be required to pay for repairs to Walden’s Hill Street Bridge, the Orange County Supreme Court has determined. The ruling was issued Friday, after a lengthy legal … more
The proposed project “Treetop Planned Industrial Development Project” seeks five warehouses to be constructed on an undeveloped site along Route 9W in the Town of Cornwall. A public … more
The proposed ordinance to change several parts of the town’s code governing the Marlborough ridgeline dominated the most recent meeting of the Marlborough Town Board, which took place on … more
The need and desire for major improvements to Walden Elementary School have been on the Valley Central radar for a number of years. The on-and-off topic will be front and center this week, when the … more
A proposed mixed-use building project seeks to be built along Broadway on the Hurricane Grill & Wings site with an additional residential structure planned to be torn down. The proposal would … more
The QuickChek proposed for Route 208 on Scott’s Corner, despite facing criticism and litigation for the past two years, finally pushed forward after the Town of Montgomery’s planning … more
  Highland High School Junior Shreya Golkonda spoke to the Town Board, pointing out that she is part of a class called Citizenship In Action.   “I work on a project for … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Rydell introduced a presentation at the last school board meeting on the district’s educational Action Plans that are being implemented and coordinated in each … more
The Wallkill Nursery, a pre-kindergarten school that has operated in the Wallkill hamlet for over 40 years, may close before the end of this school year due to dwindling attendance and funding. The … more
On January 12, 14 students and five staff members from Marlboro High School (MHS) attended the regional No Place for Hate conference at Siena College. Inspired by civil rights activist Bayard … more
Ice Time Sports in the Town of Newburgh welcomed members of the Empire State Winter Games for the 44th annual Torch Relay on Sunday, January 28. The Hudson Valley Figure Skating Club, a 10 member … more
The Shawangunk Town Board approved $91,500 to complete the long-delayed road work on Stein Road at its January 25 meeting. For the past several years, Stein Road residents have complained to the … more
On January 20, the annual Winter Assistance Fair was held at the Ulster County Restorative Justice and Community Empowerment Center at 733 Broadway in Kingston. This free event provided the public … more
The Arnott-Haber House, a historic building in the Town of Montgomery, will soon open its doors and provide temporary shelter for homeless veterans under a new lease with Mental Health America of … more
CSArch engineers and district consultants provided the latest updates on the career and technical education (CTE) building for the Newburgh Board of Education on Wednesday, January 24. The CTE … more
In the heart of Be’er Sheva, where resilience echoes louder than sirens, Bruria Efune stands as a testament to the unwavering spirit of the Israeli people. Living under constant threat of … more
Curaleaf Holdings, Inc., a leading international provider of consumer cannabis products, today celebrated the commencement of adult use sales at its Hudson Valley location both in-person and through … more
The 2024 North East Watercolor Society Members’ Exhibition is now on view in Orange Hall Gallery through March 15. The excellent quality of the 74 works as well as how they are framed and … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Tuesday, January 30, Frederick Bourgault, age 26, of Canada, was arraigned on an indictment charging him with two felonies in … more
The Newburgh City Council approved a resolution on Monday calling for an immediate and permanent humanitarian ceasefire in response to the Israel-Hamas conflict. Five votes were in favor with council … more
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