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Residents, officials, and members of SPOMA gathered last Saturday at the Town of Montgomery’s African American burial, located on Route 416, to honor the site and its ancestor during … more
Marlboro School Board member Faith Nannini kicked off a lengthy discussion about the swim program in the district by suggesting that the board take a new look, “at the high school and the … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District agreed to settle for $11 million with two plaintiffs who accused a former gym teacher, now deceased, of sexual abuse against them during their elementary … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak addressed criticism that was recently posted on Facebook about work being done on his property that is part of the Tillson/Toc intersection project. His home … more
  Marlboro Superintendent Michael Rydell highlighted several actual and proposed courses and sports activities for next year in a slide presentation to the school board at their last … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) President Denise Fuchs have announced an agreement on a five-year contract (2024-2028) for CSEA, Orange … more
Robert Reynolds Sr., commissioner of the Montgomery Fire Department, appeared at the Village of Montgomery’s February 6 meeting and requested that the board adopt Real Property Tax 466-A, a … more
The Town Montgomery Town Board, as part of its ongoing efforts to bring structure to the community garden, provided an update during its February 7 meeting, followed by comments from several … more
  Peter Bellizzi, President of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail Association, recently told the Lloyd Town Board that his group has erected a quartet of new signs that tell the history of … more
John Doerre will serve as president of the Newburgh Board of Education with Mark Levinstein serving as his vice president. Both members were sworn into their offices during a special meeting called … more
  On Monday, February 5, the Marlborough Planning Board got a sneak preview of an upscale resort that may one day be built on a 152-acre site at 626 Lattintown Road.   The … more
Four of the nine members of the Newburgh Board of Education abruptly resigned on Friday. Newburgh Board of Education President Darren Stridiron, Vice President Deborah Bouley and members Renee … more
Lightstar Renewables, the developer behind the solar farm project for Plains Road, returned to the Town of Montgomery’s planning board during its January 29 meeting and proposed a new solar … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Tuesday, January 30, Frederick Bourgault, 26, of Canada, was arraigned on an indictment charging him with two felonies in connection … more
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) members from Orange County testified and advocated for a fair contract before the Orange County Legislature on Thursday, February 1. Signs reading … more
  Last week the Marlboro School Board unanimously approved a new contract with Superintendent Michael Rydell that will run from February 1, 2024 through January 31, 2029.   … more
The Valley Central School District, in preparation for Walden Elementary School’s future, held a forum on January 31, in the school at 75 Orchard Street, where attendees toured the building and … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus honored Town of Wallkill resident Mike Cody Jr. as February’s Citizen of the Month for his exceptional dedication to local veterans and his service to … more
The former Destinta Theaters, a local staple of the New Windsor community, underwent demolition until a stop work order was issued. As of Monday, February 5 or prior, New Windsor Supervisor Stephen … more
The Milton home of Maryanne and Patrick Quick sits high on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River. It is, like the old movie title, the last house on the left. Their narrow, one-lane road, Old … more
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