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After rising concerns from residents about disturbances at a local park, the Town of Montgomery decided to close the gates an hour earlier. Riverfront Park is in the center of Montgomery, … more
At Valley Central, we work every day to create a school district that the community can be proud of – a great place for children to learn and grow and for our community to come together. On May … more
The Valley Central school board approved the proposed 2023-24 budget of $125,850,000 at its April 20 meeting, following discussions at its April 17 meeting. The school district will receive a … more
Last week Pine Bush High School went into lockdown after a false report was made to Orange County 911 about a shooter in the school. Police forces swiftly found out that this call was made by a … more
Christie DeBoer, Executive Director of the Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT), discussed the benefits of preserving farmland in the Hudson Valley and the land trust’s role in the process with … more
Walden’s Firehouse became a barber shop last Saturday as Hudson Valley St. Baldrick’s held their sixteenth annual head-shaving event. At the event, volunteers got their heads shaved … more
Come to the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall at SUNY Orange on Tuesday, May 9 for a two-hour session of jazz starting at 1:30 p.m. The Anatomy of a Jazz Quartet is a master class … more
Author Ronald F. Eustice wasn’t born in Montgomery, but he has for sure become the expert after working on his new book: “The Story of Julius Schmid & Beaver Dam Stock Farm: … more
The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) will capture birds in flight musically in a concert on Saturday, May 6 at 7:30 p.m. at Aquinas Hall on the Mount Saint Mary College campus in Newburgh. … more
Not every business is brick and mortar. In fact, nowadays, it isn’t unusual to be a fully operational business from home. The Business Council of Greater Montgomery recognized this, and did a … more
After owning 700 acres of land for more than 20 years, Blue Chip Farm owner Thomas Grossman decided his horse farm could become more. What’s more, exactly? A resort with numerous cottages, … more
Susan Cockburn worked her whole life to come to Montgomery and she doesn’t plan to ever leave. The Town of Montgomery election is nearing sooner than we think, and the Town of Montgomery … more
It was a full house at the Town of Crawford Senior Center last Friday for their anticipated bicentennial. Residents, government officials, guest speakers and others gathered to celebrate 200 … more
Town of Montgomery resident Jeff Samerson drives to New York City every morning for his job, mentioning he’s often the problem solver or “go to guy” for people around … more
A solar project strong enough to power 800 homes could be on its way to the Village of Maybrook. The idea comes from Carson Power, a storage and solar project developing group supporting New … more
The Wallkill Central School District has proposed a tax levy of 1.99%, $395,480 below the tax levy limit and the proposed budget increase was proposed at 4.59%. The proposed working budget was $85.4 … more
After winning his second term as Walden’s mayor, John Ramos feels excited as he gears for the rest of 2023, which he predicts will be productive. Mayor Ramos said the transition was … more
The Village of Walden held a public hearing for their 2023-2024 tentative budget this past Tuesday, April 18, and members of the public had some things to say. Town of Montgomery Historian Mary … more
Town of Shawangunk Councilman Alex Danon said social media has been buzzing lately about loud bangs rocking the town late into the night. The same disturbing reports also came from Montgomery, Walden … more
The Wallkill River Watershed Alliance will hold its 8th Annual Wallkill River Summit at 5-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3, at the College Terrace at SUNY New Paltz. The Summit will feature speakers … more
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