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Charles Woznick hopes to unseat veteran Judge William Schimpf in this year’s Maybrook Village Justice Election. Woznick was elected Maybrook Village Justice in 2012 but resigned after a few … more
The Village of Montgomery Executive Order 203 Committee has been working hard to improve their police department. As per Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order, every locality must adopt a plan … more
At its Feb. 2 meeting, the Gardiner Town Board continued to make strides in furthering its efforts to be an environmentally friendly and conscious locality by establishing a Natural Resources … more
On Saturday, the Town of Montgomery Sacred Place of My Ancestors (SPOMA) Committee paid tribute to Black History Month with a virtual wreath-laying ceremony at the Town of Montgomery African American … more
At the Town of Shawangunk Police Reform and Reinvention Committee public comment session on Feb. 11 the committee announced that the town is among the safest in both the state and the … more
Nearly 20 concerned Gardiner residents spoke at the Town Board’s Feb. 9 public hearing on the draft short term rental law. Almost all raised concern that the legislation would be … more
Brady Purcell will soon open a restaurant that will bring gourmet food to diners. The restaurant, known as Brady’s Bistro, will operate in a spot with plenty of vehicle and foot traffic. It … more
At last week’s on-line Maybrook Village Board meeting, Cadettes farom Girl Scout Troop 61 in the Town of Montgomery described a “little food pantry” project they want to create in … more
This past week, the federal government announced that one million vaccine doses would go to 6,500 retail pharmacies. Jeffrey D. Zients, the White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator, said the program … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, Thursday, outlined a plan that establishes a pre-registration and prioritization list for all residents eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. With the announced … more
Last week the Village of Walden experienced a water main break during a heavy snowstorm, causing department of public works (DPW) employees and contractors to battle the elements. The pipe began … more
“I’m not going to stand up here and say I’m for or against another warehouse on Neelytown Road,” said Montgomery resident Sylvie Rainaldi during a public hearing on Thursday. … more
In the early morning hours of Wednesday, Feb. 3, Anne Ilkiw, Town of Montgomery animal control officer, lost her home on 192 Strawtown Road in New City to a devastating house fire. Firefighters … more
The Town of Shawangunk Police Reform and Reinvention Committee continues to gain traction. The committee includes Town Councilman Brian Amthor, Town Councilman Robert Miller as well as Police … more
“I just find it very curious that you’re scolding me for FOILing for a document in which I received from this village,” Residents Protecting Montgomery Co-Founder Don Berger said to … more
Alayne Eisloffel led the Tri-County Community Partnership January meeting via Zoom. Annette Kahrs shared the Hope Not Handcuffs-Hudson Valley (HNH-HV) program through coordination with State … more
Sullivan County’s Resorts World Catskills will be expanding with a new gambling hall with video lottery terminals in the Newburgh Mall.  Senator James Skoufis called it a “big win … more
Tri-County Community Partnership Inc. (TCCP) is a local non-profit whose mission is to educate the community regarding the effects of alcohol, marijuana, and drug use, especially among youth. For … more
The Pine Bush Central School District (PBCSD) has been experiencing a decline in enrollment that is expected to continue over the next 10 years. At last Tuesday’s board of education … more
The Town of Montgomery is in the process of drafting a leash law to ensure the safety of its residents. The Montgomery Town Board has found that the running at large and other uncontrolled behavior … more
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