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The Denizen Theatre is thrilled to kick off their new Denizen Salon Series, a new bi-monthly series dedicated to connecting audiences with authors, with New York Times best-selling author Michael … more
The New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA) is reminding older adults and caregivers about the importance of getting their flu vaccination as soon as possible. Flu season is already … more
The Orange County Health Department is advising residents that if they worked at or visited the Outback Steakhouse, located at 25 Crystal Run Crossing in Middletown from 5 p.m. to closing on November … more
Ulster County Sheriff Juan Figueroa informed the Lloyd Town Board on steps that his department and the Urgent Task Force is taking to combat the burgeoning opioid crisis that is facing the county. … more
After a lengthy discussion at last week’s meeting, the Marlboro Board of Education voted 4 – 3 to remain closed immediately following the Thanksgiving break, providing a period of … more
On election night it looked like Republican Rich Amedure was going to beat Democrat Michelle Hinchey for the open NYS Senate seat for the 46th district. That evening Amedure had 66,784 votes to … more
Last week the Plattekill Town Board opened a discussion on their new Police Reform Collaborative Committee, which Governor Andrew Cuomo has mandated that towns and municipalities create to address … more
The City of Newburgh was set to adopt its 2021 budget on Monday, November 23 during its council meeting. The council has discussed the budget from October 13 when it was proposed by City Manager … more
With the rising number of positive COVID-19 cases in the City of Newburgh and surrounding areas, the Newburgh Enlarged City School District made the call to return to completely remote learning, from … more
After two and a half years of searching for a perfect location and seven months of construction and preparation, Ed Randloph’s Handsome Devil BBQ has opened over the weekend in … more
The New York State Laborers Union Local 17 partnered with the New York State Laborer’s Health and Safety Trust Fund to give away pajamas, pillows, school supplies and toys to children in need … more
Members of the Vails Gate Fire Department and New Windsor Police Benevolent Association held a food drive for the needy people of the community. Vehicles would pull up and fire department and police … more
When Saint Mary’s Giving Day was canceled for September and October, director Marietta Allen went out to the public to ask for help to find a new location, and the Newburgh Armory Unity Center … more
Kimley Horn, a planning and design engineering firm, completed a parking study in the City of Newburgh that might lead to stricter enforcement, more meters and for longer hours, if the City decides … more
The Town of Montgomery Food Pantry saw a much larger turnout in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the first three months of the pandemic, the food pantry provided food to 250 families a … more
Village of Walden Mayor Susan Taylor announced at last Tuesday’s village board meeting that she will not be running for re-election. “I think I’ve done my due diligence as far as … more
The Crawford Town Board welcomed new police officers and honored a distinguished senior citizen at last week’s meeting.  On Thursday, November 19, Crawford police officers Clarke Osborn … more
The Montgomery Village Board, at their meeting last Tuesday evening, approved The Borland House Inn & Restaurant’s request to hold a monthly dinner. Each dinner would highlight local … more
John Elliott was introduced as a new Village of Walden trustee at last Tuesday’s village board meeting. His appointment to the position came after Faith Moore resigned. Walden Mayor Susan … more
The Montgomery Town Board adopted the 2021 budget at its meeting Thursday night. Highlights of the budget include a two percent decrease in taxes to the town wide fund, which includes the Villages … more
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