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Frida’s Bakery and Cafe in Milton is doing what it can to help the people in their community weather the Coronavirus storm that has swiftly spread across the entire nation. Lately a group of … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan Sunday confirmed the first death related to COVID-19 in Ulster County. For reasons of privacy, specific information cannot be provided. Ryan did confirm that the … more
The Highland Fire House partnered with The American Red Cross to host a blood drive on Thursday, March 26, from 12-5 p.m. There are nearly 300,000 fewer blood donations due to the coronavirus and … more
Dr. Stephen Weinman, of First Care Medical Center in Highland, said they are still seeing patients in the family practice, in the Urgent Care and for Physical Therapy. “The patient volume … more
At a recent Lloyd Town Board meeting, Building Department Director Dave Barton reminded the public of the importance of installing smoke detectors in their homes. Barton said his department … more
Marlborough Supervisor Al Lanzetta said last year the Highway Department began grading work at the Milton Train Station Park. With the recent warm weather, the project has commenced again, starting … more
On March 27 Governor Andrew Cuomo extended the closure of schools at least until April 15. Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks sent a letter to the families, students and staff on this recent … more
Newburgh’s streets were lined with flames, anger, and pain last Friday night. Hours before the chaotic scene a man had been shot and killed by the City of Newburgh Police. As a result of the … more
Newburgh Enlarged City School District [NECSD] Board of Education Vice President Susan Prokosch passed away from complications related to the novel coronavirus [COVID-19] on March 30. … more
For years on 545 South Street laid a building that many have deemed an eyesore and sign of urban blight. Last week the building was officially demolished. According to William Horton, City of … more
A man who had threatened to jump off the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge late Saturday morning has been arrested by Newburgh City Police and charged with attempted murder.City Police were called to the bridge … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is introducing legislation (A.10231) directing State Boards of Elections to permit voting by mail in the event of a natural disaster or a state of emergency. … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) and his team volunteered during the Friday morning shift at the Hudson Valley Food Bank in an effort to support food pantries across the Senate District. His team … more
The Newburgh Area Transit continues to operate in the midst of the current novel coronavirus [COVID-19] crisis. Although social distancing by six feet is heavily suggested when out in public, … more
A 99-year-old resident of the New Windsor Country Inn passed away from the novel coronavirus [COVID-19] last Wednesday. The New Windsor Country Inn is an elderly home, it has become a hotspot for … more
As grocery stores sell out in products, community figures and groups have united together to provide security in the form of food deliveries, and food distributions to the most in need. These … more
Montgomery Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center (MNRC) announced Sunday that two long-term residents previously hospitalized had passed away after testing positive for COVID-19. In addition, 16 … more
Gov. Cuomo signed an executive order Monday delaying school board and village elections until at least June 1. No date has been set for when the elections will be held. “Our top priority has … more
The public hearings regarding Medline and the proposed warehouse at 134 Neelytown Road have been continued to April 13 to allow for the town to make arrangements for public participation. Due to … more
On Monday, Shoprite of Montgomery reported that one of their associates has reported symptoms consistent with COVID-19. The store announced on their Facebook page that they have implemented deep … more
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