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The New York State Department of Transportation is advising Ulster County motorists to expect a lane closure with alternating traffic along Route 44/55 eastbound and westbound between Route 208 and … more
The Pine Bush American Legion Post 1308 held its third annual car show at the Crawford park in Bullville this past weekend. Commander Walter Olsen, who has his own fully restored 1965 Comet said … more
OnWednesday evening, August 26, was the scene of a Meet Me in Marlborough socially distanced informational gathering at Benmarl Winery. Represented were the MMiM Board of Directors, Town of … more
  When the COVID-19 pandemic swept across New York state in mid-March, the Marlboro School District realized students were in need of food. Soon enough, the Snack Shack was born.On September … more
Last school year, remote learning may have been quite a setback for Valley Central staff and families alike, but this year they’re hitting the ground running. Photos provided more
Circleville Middle School (CVMS) Assistant Principal Seth Siegel has been named the Upstate Jane Golub Gold Star Educator Award winner by the Anti-Defamation League’s No Place for Hate … more
On Monday Chestnut Market officially opened their doors with a Grand Opening ribbon cutting ceremony that took place at their new location at 1417 Route 9W, just north of the Marlboro Hamlet. The … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks said the last week was a busy one. “It was a long week but there was a lot of good learning,” he said. “The staff is a different group at … more
  Even during this pandemic the Town of Lloyd took time to remember and honor those who were lost in the attacks of September 11, 2001. The Highland Hose Company No. 1 hosted a special … more
The Family of Woodstock, the Rondout Valley Growers Association (RVGA) and UlsterCorps has teamed up to glean apples for food pantries in order to provide food that otherwise would be … more
The William and Elaine Kaplan Family Private Foundation offered a grant to the Town of Newburgh of “$700,00 for the sole purpose of the Town’s potential acquisition of the 26 acre +/- … more
The City of Newburgh has voted (6-1) at the September 14 Council Meeting to continue using ShotSpotter, a “precision policing solution that helps save lives, deter crime, and make communities … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District officially started its academic year on Tuesday, September 8 in a remote setting. Students and teachers experienced technical difficulties on the first day … more
On September 11, around 10 a.m., a 54-year old Newburgh man was fatally stabbed. City of Newburgh detective Michael Loscerbo, happened to be driving in the area of Broadway and Robinson Avenue … more
BJ’s Wholesale Club is opening early 2021 at 401 Auto Park Place in Newburgh. The opening has been in works since 2019. In September of 2019, the Town of Newburgh Planning Board held long … more
The City of Newburgh has partnered with APG Pilates and is offering fitness classes at Downing Park for no cost. On Saturdays at 10:30 a.m., from now until November, you can join in on an hour … more
The Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education furloughed 12 school security aides at their meeting last Tuesday. These employees work in the district’s secondary schools to help … more
Despite the challenges put forth by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, instruction has started off on a positive note for the Pine Bush, Wallkill and Valley Central School Districts. Pine BushFor Pine … more
The Gardiner Town Board worked through a packed agenda at its Sept. 9 meeting, which was littered with unanimous approvals to make significant strides toward environmental conservation and social … more
Sen. Jen Metzger (SD-42) held a press conference on Saturday with first responders in the Hamlet of Wallkill to announce $50,000 grants to the Wallkill Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the Wallkill Fire … more
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