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Acknowledging that there is a lack of affordable housing in the Town of Gardiner, the Town Board approved a resolution to join Ulster County in an effort to solve the countywide housing … more
Orange County will host a Hazardous Waste collection event for businesses, municipalities, school districts, and farms by appointment only on April 14 and Household Hazardous Waste and Operation Safe … more
For quite some time now a 42-unit housing development intended for seniors and veterans has been in the works for the Town of Crawford. After months of changes and planning, the first public hearing … more
A project that requires Montgomery Village Board approval before the planning board can make its final determination received a green light last week. The village board approved a proposal by … more
The Gardiner Town Board approved Lazy River Resort’s application to establish a Campground Floating District (CFD) that will allow expansion at the popular Gardiner campground. The … more
The Maybrook Village Board took another step along the lengthy process to establish the first solar farm on a site on the west side of Maybrook, near Cardinal Health and Taylor … more
The fridge outside Empanada Nirvana hasn’t been brought up in some time, but at a recent village board of trustees meeting, the topic got debated once again when the local restaurant applied … more
The Walden Community Council sponsored this year’s “Candidates’ Night” in Walden, where six candidates got to share their goals and beliefs with residents. The trustee … more
Each year a small formed St. Patty Ramble committee nominates locals who are inspiring and best represent Montgomery and St. Patricks principles for grand marshal(s), and this year they decided four … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Director of Tourism and Film, Amanda Dana, are proud to congratulate Brendan Fraser for winning the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the film … more
In early January, Governor Kathy Hochul announced a strategy to build 800,000 houses across the state in hopes to aid New York’s housing crisis. However the Town of Crawford is concerned about … more
Saying he “gets things done,” longtime Shawangunk Deputy Supervisor Adrian “Binker” DeWitt officially has declared his candidacy for town supervisor. DeWitt announced his … more
Walden resident William Glass was surprised to see three white lights and one red light in the sky last Wednesday while driving North on Rock Cut Road in Newburgh, but was more shocked when he found … more
This past Saturday was a giving day in the Town of Crawford as the Wallkill East Rotary Club hosted their fourth annual food drive in the senior center. The club, which is a part of Rotary … more
The Pine Bush Central School Board of Education approved contracts for three capital improvement projects at a brief special March 2 virtual meeting, which replaced the February 28 meeting that was … more
Pine Bush School District Superintendent Brian Dunn came to the Shawangunk Town Board on March 2 to introduce himself and provide a “snapshot” of how things were going in his school … more
The Grand Montgomery Chamber Music Series is pleased to present the Han-Baik Kim Duo on Sunday, March 12, at 3 p.m. at the Garrett Concert Stage in Montgomery. The concert is free to attend and will … more
Get ready to experience a unique and profound evening as Psychic Medium Lisa Morrison comes to Wallkill for a “Messages from Heaven” event on Thursday, March 2 from 6:30 - 8 p.m. at the … more
The Village of Walden is preparing for a new garbage contract, and trustees seem to care most about it protecting and supporting local residents. Their current contract expires May 21, and … more
Standing not too far from where he hopes to start working soon, Ken Ronk Jr. officially announced his candidacy for Town of Shawangunk Supervisor in front of family, friends and supporters Saturday … more
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