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“It’s like being in a Hallmark movie, cute shops, band every week playing in the center, everyone knows everyone. The flowers are gorgeous and Christmas time it’s just beautiful in … more
The path of migrants crossing the Mexican border into Texas to seek asylum in the U.S. has now reached Montgomery. Justin Rodriguez, Assistant for Communications and Media Relations to Orange … more
The Gardiner Town Board voted 3-1 at its September 20 meeting to hire a new law firm to deal solely with the board’s interactions with the controversial Awosting Club. The new attorney is … more
With more than 4,800 students between seven schools in grades PreK through twelfth grade, Pine Bush Central School District’s newly appointed Superintendent of Schools Brian Dunn is rolling … more
Members of the public gathered at the Newburgh Free Library on Monday, October 3 to discuss and delegate with members of Scenic Hudson, the Quassaick Creek Greenway Steering Committee and additional … more
Orange County and Fearless! Hudson Valley, Inc. recognized Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) by hosting the Clothesline Project at the County’s Government Center on Monday, October … more
A large-scale energy storage facility is being proposed for the former Town of Montgomery Landfill site on Lake Osiris Road. Chris Lazinski, a representative of BayWa r.e., said the battery … more
It sits tucked away amid trees on Montgomery’s Factory Street, overshadowed by the more famous City Winery. Few village residents may even be aware of the tannery business that dates back … more
The Pine Bush Central School District announced that the district will be utilizing unused Covid relief funding from the federal government and unused funds from the 2019 capital project to upgrade … more
Under the bright sun and blue skies at Bradley Park, residents of the Village of Walden celebrated and came together for the 35th Annual Walden Harvest Fest with live music, bouncy houses, food … more
At last week’s Walden Village Board meeting, Ralph Garrison stepped up to the podium to address the village board. “Something happened that really irritated me,” said Garrison, … more
Wallkill families enjoyed homemade goods, crafts and trinkets, local food and drinks, magic shows, a community art show, outdoor games and several community competitions during the 7th Annual Weekend … more
Saturday, October 1 is the exact center of Hispanic Heritage Month. So, what better way to celebrate than with Latin Jazz! Come at 7:30 p.m. to the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange … more
Families and visitors were treated to more than 100 vendors offering food, raffles, local goods and products, local produce, musical performances and good family fun during the annual Pine Bush … more
It may be the nation’s fastest growing sport, and though it is catching on in the Village of Montgomery, not everyone there is a pickleball fan. The village board, after a lengthy and … more
Supervisor John Valk is proud of the fact that the Town of Shawangunk has never gone over the state-mandated 2.0 percent tax cap since it was instituted in 2012. But Valk is fearful that the streak … more
SUNY Orange has become the latest community college within the State University of New York (SUNY) to be selected as an education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program, providing … more
Annual village celebration ends summer season on a high note. more
The process to transform the Colden ruins site from an overgrow patch of trees and shrubs to a parkland has begun, with the Montgomery Town Board approving an archaeological and interpretive study of … more
When Walden Mayor John Ramos first announced that a 9-11 Memorial Service would be held in village square this past Sunday evening, he raised some eyebrows among some of his fellow elected … more
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