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A State of Emergency is hereby declared in the Town of Gardiner, effective at 3 p.m. on August 24, 2022. The State of Emergency has been declared due to drought conditions, which, according to … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Tuesday, August 23, Ryan Veloce, age 32, of Montgomery, was sentenced to 25 years to life in state prison, the maximum sentence he … more
It sits tucked away in an ever-thickening wooded area, but the skeleton of the famed Colden mansion could once again be pushed to the forefront in the Town of Montgomery. Lauren Tarsi of Qualis … more
New York State’s new concealed weapon law is set to go into effect September 1, effectively requiring local establishments to post signage stating whether or not they allow customers to carry … more
Declaring that a path still exists for the Village of Walden to opt into the new Town of Montgomery Ambulance District, the Montgomery Town Board its preparing to issue a request for proposals (RFP) … more
Maybrook is in mourning. Its beloved Church of the Assumption will see its last Mass celebrated Jan. 8, and the Homestead Ave. property, comprised of Rectory, stone church and church hall, will face … more
A plan to convert Newburgh’s Showtime Cinemas into a self-storage facility is currently before the Town of Newburgh Planning Board. The property at 1420 Route 300 is owned by Sam Newburgh … more
Orange County will host a Hazardous Waste collection event for businesses, municipalities, school districts and farms by appointment only on September 30, and Household Hazardous Waste and Operation … more
The Mindy Ross Gallery in Kaplan Hall, SUNY Orange opens the academic year of exhibits with a dramatic and intense show by artist Jose Gonzalez-Soto. His artworks are diverse in size and medium. His … more
Plans for a business center next to the Colden Mansion Ruins have been presented to the Town of Montgomery Planning Board. Jesse Cokeley, principal at Colliers Engineering & Design, described … more
The Valley Central Board of Education voted unanimously on Wednesday, August 10, to approve inter-municipal agreements which would move ahead a security plan to have police officers as school … more
A special election for the NY-19th Congressional seat is scheduled for Tuesday, August 23 between Democrat Pat Ryan and Republican Marc Molinaro. The winner will serve out the remaining four months … more
Seeking to become the first non-binary individual to be elected to the New York State Legislature, Matthew Mackey is a candidate for the 101st Assembly seat. If elected, Mackey would replace … more
While a proposed new Dunkin Donuts at the intersection of Route 208 and Goodwill Road has local officials worried about the volume of traffic it might add, so too is there concern for the place next … more
Gardiner Town Board member Carol Richman can’t understand why the Town Board couldn’t wait to purchase a more environmentally-friendly vehicle for the building department rather than … more
The Town of Montgomery honored a dozen young people last week in a ceremony to conclude the Summer Youth Employment Program. This was the second year operating the program under the Dennis and … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh has announced the appointment of Jill Marie Rothschild as the newest Executive Director for the organization. Rothschild will be assuming her official … more
During the month of July, the Salvation Army Newburgh Corps Community Center celebrated the return of Star Lake Camp and were able to bring children from the local community to a fun and memorable … more
The Wall That Heals, a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial along with a mobile Education Center, is coming to Middletown on September 15-18 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel … more
The Town of Crawford celebrated its second National Night Out on August 2 at the town park celebrating neighborhood-police partnerships and relationship building in every community. The event, funded … more
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