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Several Airbnb owners in Crawford, after receiving violations from the building department, will appear at the town’s April 18 meeting to discuss regulations for short-term rentals and the … more
Officers of the Walden Police Department had a busy week in the village as they investigated car larcenies on Oak Street last Tuesday, April 9, and maintained traffic safety during a brief power … more
Mayor Mike Hembury is in the process of creating The New York Forward Local Planning Committee (LPC) for the Village of Montgomery. Now the real work and exciting work begins, according to Brian … more
Only a handful of residents turned out for Maybrook’s annual budget hearing and even fewer spoke. When all was said and done, the village board passed the budget without change. The total … more
Walden residents and visitors with electric vehicles can charge up with ease after the village installed an EV-charging station a few weeks ago in the Orchard Street parking lot. This project was … more
Borderline Deli, a staple Pine Bush eatery located at 1218 Burlingham Road, held a grand reopening last Monday, April 8 after changing ownership and undergoing numerous renovations the week prior. … more
Black Crow Mustangs, a mustang rescue organization associated with the United States Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service purchased the former Fieldview Farm at 2716 Post Albany Road … more
It ended as it began, in darkness. Hudson Valley Honor Flight Mission 32 spanned nearly 18 hours and more than 600 miles. Eighty-three of America’s Heroes gathered at ShopRite in Montgomery … more
The SUNY Orange Foundation announces its upcoming Women in STEM Alumni Leadership Awards, to be held at the Highpoint in Newburgh, located at 245 Liberty Street, on Thursday, May 9 at 6 p.m. … more
Residents crowded St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Walden on Saturday, April 7 during the church’s second annual Peep Diorama Contest, where they marveled at vibrant displays of community … more
Over the past month, Walden residents have reported numerous cases of misplaced and delayed mail deliveries following the restructuring of the USPS Sorting and Delivery Center (S&DC) in Newburgh, … more
Montgomery Village residents and officials crunched numbers and pondered taxes during the board’s April 3 meeting, featuring two lengthy public hearings: one for overriding the state-mandated … more
The Town of Montgomery’s board kicked off the month with several updates during its April 3 meeting, featuring discussion about the Police Community Advisory Board, the Haber House, and road … more
At last week’s Walden Village Board meeting, former Trustee Lynn Thompson raised concerns about unsightly scenery along Route 208 near Lake Osiris Road. The imagery in question includes large … more
Walden has a new deputy mayor. He’s Chris Batson, who was elected to the village board a year ago and who became the second in command to Mayor John Ramos at last week’s village board … more
Louis J. Ingrassia Jr is a man of many jobs. The Commissioner of Public Works and Co-Director of the Office of Emergency Management for the Town of Wallkill has recently added another title. He is … more
Need a dress for the prom, but a little short of cash? No worries. Josephine and Ed Bloomfield can help you. After starting this initiative 20 years ago with the Minisink Valley Rotary Club, the … more
The Valley Central High School PTSA hosted the Harlem Wizards for a fundraiser on April 2 in the school gymnasium. The Wizards defeated a team made up of staff from each of the Valley Central … more
The Panthers Players will present to the greater Wallkill community the comedic musical “Something Rotten” from Thursday, April 18 to Sunday, April 21 at Wallkill Senior High School. The … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Friday, April 5, 2024, Anthony Scarry, age 22, of Walden, was sentenced to seven years in prison to be followed by five (5) years of … more
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