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Montgomery residents turned out in force to express their concerns and a crowd of Medline employees expressed their support for a proposed 1.3-million-square-foot Medline Industries distribution … more
A Walden woman was charged with making a terroristic threat against Valley Central School District on Tuesday. At approximately 10:10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 20, the Town of Montgomery Police … more
Car enthusiasts and community members strolled down Clinton Street last Thursday for the 2nd annual Orange County Sheriff Carl E. DuBois and Hudson Valley Cancer Resource Center 2nd Summer Car Show. … more
It’s just after 8 a.m. Dozens of classrooms buzz with children proudly reading their own stories aloud to classmates and parents. Educators are imparting the joys of the written word to youths … more
A potential crisis recently was averted when water was found leaking into some natural gas lines in the City of Newburgh, but that led to the city condemning two buildings for having … more
Jennifer Flynn and Lani Ricozzi, partners in both life and business, opened up The Barking Goose at the beginning of May, and have been honing the business ever since. The Barking Goose, in … more
Safe Harbors of the Hudson, in the City of Newburgh, is undertaking a large scale restoration of its historic Ritz Theater. Working with architect David Burke of DPB Architects, engineer, Dan Proper … more
As the community around his Indian Springs Road home has continued to grow in numbers over the past two decades, Shawangunk resident Peter Meisel has grown increasingly concerned about the 55 miles … more
A proposed metal recycling facility has come under scrutiny as the business built a structure without the proper permits. In an email to the town planning board, project attorney Marissa Weiss … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board discussed the addition of Kolb Radiology, a New York City-based radiology practice in the Hudson Valley Professional Plaza off Gidney Avenue, and the transfer of a … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-­Woodbury) and Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) will host an official opening of their joint district office in the City of Newburgh. The office opening … more
Marie-Therese C. Sulit, Mount Saint Mary College associate professor of English and director of the college’s Honors program, will kick off this semester’s Investigating Research on … more
Plans are in the works for the 31st Annual City of Newburgh International Festival to be held Labor Day Weekend, Friday, August 30 - Monday, September 2 on the grounds of the Delano – Hitch … more
Climate Smart Gardiner—a community action group fighting climate change—has been hard at work in the Gardiner community. Climate Smart Communities (CSC) is a state program coordinated … more
Last week five development projects made their way to the Lloyd Planning Board’s desk for their consideration. D & D AutoThe auto parts store is proposing to construct a 30 ft by 120 ft, … more
In recent weeks, the Marlborough Town Board and Police Chief Gerald Cocozza have been discussing the purchase of a new police car. Last week, after Councilman Allan Koenig touched upon the importance … more
Previously, the Southern Ulster Times reported that for years the Town of Lloyd has not required developers to provide Affordable Housing units within their residential projects as is stipulated in … more
It all begins in May when residents of Marlborough purchase small tomato plants that they hope will be prize-winners in August when everyone gathers at the Benmarl Winery for an afternoon of fun and … more
There was magic in the air at the last Family Fun Night of the summer in the Sarah Hull Hallock Library. Scott Jameson, a magician and juggler, was the entertainment for the night. The show was … more
On Saturday, August 24, the Walkway Over the Hudson will be closed to pedestrians until 1 p.m. to allow Hudson Valley motorcyclists to cross over, starting on the Highland side, and proceed through … more
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