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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
The Homestead Avenue sidewalk photos Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy has sent the N.Y.S. Dept. Of Transportation (DOT) are horrifying: huge cracks that run the width of the sidewalk between Jewel and … more
After seeing the devastation our country endured following the attacks on September 11, 2001, Sullivan County native Sharon Toney-Finch joined the Army in 2006 and never looked back. She soon headed … more
The Orange County Land Trust and the owners of Willow Hill Farm have finalized a conservation easement resulting in the protection of 152 acres of farmland in the Town of Montgomery. OCLT’s … more
Charles Wozniak may be a new Maybrook Village Trustee, but he is not new to public service in the village and the Town of Montgomery as well. At Monday’s village board meeting, Mayor Dennis … more
The Town of Gardiner’s decision that it is possibly seeking new legal representation to deal with growing concerns about the Awosting Club sparked a lot of public debate about the private … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced on Monday that Dr. Alicia Pointer, DO, MPH, FAAP has been named the County’s next Commissioner of Health. Her appointment was approved by the … more
Although Printeks Reprographics Incorporated established itself originally as the neighborhood copy shop in Montgomery, in recent years it has decided to expand its horizons and partner up with … more
Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP (J&G), a full-service law firm, is extending a special offer to area active and retired first responders and military personnel during the month of September 2022. … more
The burn ban in the Town of Shawangunk was lifted on Wednesday afternoon, Supervisor John Valk said.      Valk said the heavy rains over the last several days led to the … more
Applicants for several new and pending warehouse projects appeared before the Town of Montgomery Planning Board last week. Grunbaum Warehouses is seeking a special use permit and site plan … more
Valley Central School District officials recently unveiled the 2022-2023 District-wide School Safety Plan and a public hearing is set for September 12, at 5:30 p.m., preceding the Board of Education … more
Town of Shawangunk police officers were lauded by town officials at the Sept. 1 Town Board meeting for bringing supplies to firefighters from the Napanoch Fire District who were fighting the blaze at … more
For the second year in a row, families gathered on Walden’ East Main Street with lighted candles to pierce the darkness of drug addiction. International Overdose Awareness Day is observed … more
“Let’s hope we get it,” is the way Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy described a village request for a $690,000 state grant to replace the 90-plus year old water tower on Prospect … more
Though tempered by a pandemic in recent years, General Montgomery Day is back in full force, with an estimated 15-20,000 people expected in the village on Saturday, September 10. The 32nd annual … more
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