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The Town of Montgomery Ambulance had a wet down and 60th Anniversary Celebration on October 22.  A wet down is a ritual celebrating and blessing of new vehicles. The ambulance corps … more
The Town of Crawford could potentially get a new large residential development if all goes well with approvals and development. The building, which would be located at 65 Boniface Dr., would … more
Ninety-five-year-old Village of Montgomery resident Flora Stimpfel has always fed stray cats in her backyard throughout the years, but over time their numbers have swelled. Now her daughter Honor … more
There are a few homes in Maybrook with solar panels on the roof. There are no so-called solar panel farms, but one is in the works. So, said Mayor Dennis Leahy, Village Attorney Kelly Naughton has … more
In the newly created 39th Senate District for the State of New York, Julie Shiroishi [D-Beacon] and Rob Rolison [R-Poughkeepsie] will both be seeking the Senate seat in early November. Both … more
On a glorious fall afternoon, the Gardiner Day Committee welcomed an array of ghosts, witches and superheroes to its annual pumpkin walk on Saturday. more
The Wallkill Board of Education received an update on Wednesday, October 19 from Wallkill Superintendent Kevin Castle on the work and progress conducted for the Ulster County Task Force, a safety … more
The New York State Police, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, and Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus, in collaboration with the Orange County Emergency Management, Orange-Ulster BOCES … more
Village of Walden residents are eager to know if they are getting an ambulance service like neighboring villages as 2022 is coming to a close. On Tuesday, October 18, the Village of Walden Board … more
Plans to build a new warehouse for the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley in Montgomery are moving along, with the not-for-profit receiving a go-ahead last week from the Montgomery Village Board. The … more
Town of Shawangunk officials have always been proud of the fact that they haven’t exceeded the 2.0 percent tax cap since it was mandated by New York State in 2012. But when a public hearing … more
If you’re looking for a spooky haunted house experience this Halloween season, look no further than the second annual Crop Circle held at the Pine Bush UFO & Paranormal Museum. The Crop … more
The Town of Montgomery and Village of Montgomery could possibly be in the works to share a brand new wastewater treatment plant. Due to capacity issues, Montgomery is a few years away from … more
The Walden Recreation Department hosted its third annual Trunk or Treat and Halloween Parade Saturday at Bradley Park. WinnersMost Original:1. Lucas Barbera - Flashlight2. Hudson Jardon - NBC … more
The Lazy River Resort took it on the chin from town officials and the public again at the Gardiner Town Board meeting on October 11. Yogi Bear Jellystone Park’s request for a number of … more
It’s been quite a banner year for Rita Freeman of Maybrook. She celebrated her 102nd birthday in October and had her second book published in August, a book she started writing in 2020 when the … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Commissioner of Social Services Darcie Miller are reminding residents that the County will begin accepting applications for the Home Energy Assistance … more
The Montgomery Town Board is considering a long-time discussed local environmental issue: wellhead protection. In early 2022, the Town of Montgomery Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) brought up … more
Valley Central School District officials announced that upcoming site work will begin within the next three weeks at the Valley Central Middle and High School complex. William Devine of The Palumbo … more
The Town of Gardiner apparently will be exceeding the state-mandated 2.0 percent tax cap after Supervisor Marybeth Majestic has unveiled the 2023 tentative budget that has a projected 10.7 percent … more
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