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The Crawford Police Department and Hudson Valley Crime Analysis Center announced Friday that they had located the person who posted the gun image to the Crispell Middle School listing on Google Maps. … more
With the Nov. 5 general election right around the corner and the campaign season heating up, the Wallkill Woman’s Club held its first-ever candidate forum at Shawangunk Town Hall on Oct. 3, as … more
Sabroso (which means delicious) Mexican restaurant opened this past Labor Day at 72 Main Street in Pine Bush. The Pine Bush Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 10 to … more
Residents Protecting Montgomery hosted the first ever Town of Montgomery Community Day on Saturday at Benedict Farm Park. Guests of all ages were treated to free food. The event offered … more
“We have saved the best for last,” said Gardiner Town Supervisor Marybeth Majestic at last week’s town board meeting. The item on the agenda was a review of a draft law on … more
The Montgomery Town Board held a budget workshop prior to their meeting on Oct. 3. Potential changes to the 2020 budget were discussed at length. The tentative 2020 budget differs in many ways … more
Grant Miller angrily stormed out of the public forum. The doors closed behind him as New Windsor Town Attorney David Zagon attempted to finish responding to his comments. “I was basically … more
At last Thursday’s Newburgh City Council work session, Dawn Wilkins, the Director of Prevention Services for Catholic Charities of Orange and Sullivan County, and Regina Cieslak, the Assistant … more
  On a Friday last month, parking spots all over Newburgh took on a different image in honor of Newburgh’s second annual Park(ing) Day. “Park(ing) Day is an intervention of … more
In 2010, only 57 percent of Newburgh’s residents were counted by the U.S. Census Bureau. Newburgh’s official census committee, Newburgh Counts, has already started their six-month … more
Congressman Antonio Delgado [D-NY 19th] visited the Milton Train Station and the waterfront park on Monday afternoon. Supervisor Al Lanzetta, Councilman Howard Baker and others were able to show the … more
Last week the TOMVAC renovation project got a much needed shot in the arm; $375,000 from State Senator James Skoufis and $175,000 from Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson. This money, along with $250,000 … more
On Monday evening the Marlborough Town Board honored members of their Police, Fire and Highway Departments with Pride of Marlborough Awards for their quick actions on July 10, 2019 after a fuel truck … more
On October 8, Town of Newburgh Supervisor Gil Piaquadio and Deputy Supervisor Scott Manley visited actor, comedian, writer, producer, director, and television host Billy Crystal on the set of the … more
Actress/Comedian Kathy Griffin appeared at the Ritz East Northeast film festival in Newburgh last weekend for a screening of her new movie and talk afterward.  more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) presented Colin Jarvis, Newburgh Ministry’s Executive Director, with the State Senate’s Commendation Award. The Commendation Award is one of the highest … more
When Fall arrives in the valley, families go apple picking, buy pumpkins, search for their favorite harvest season vegetables, take hay rides, listen to music and above all, stock up on the hottest … more
The Village of Montgomery will host the Taste of Montgomery event on Sunday. This occasion will feature a sampling of culinary delights, beer, cider and wine tastings, live music, a farmer’s … more
Doctors have an extensive background in medicine from which they usually specialize. When dealing with patients, they apply their overall education and experience individually. If they enter an … more
A grand opening for the Town of Wallkill Citizens Memorial Park was held on Sept. 21. The park honors citizens’ achievements, significant events and notable areas in the Town of Wallkill. … more
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