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Hope Not Handcuffs (HNH)—a police-community partnership that provides access to substance abuse treatment—is on the receiving end of $23,000 in grants within the past week. HNH … more
A hastily-called meeting to deal with a procedural matter boiled over into a heated exchange over the public officer’s meeting law last Thursday at Montgomery Town Hall. The Town of … more
Community members in red t-shirts gathered together on a sunny day last Saturday to commemorate a special young man and raise money for struggling families and young people at the 5th Annual … more
An automobile accident involving a Crawford Police vehicle and two civilian vehicles occurred last Saturday, leaving one officer injured. Crawford Police Chief Dominick Blasko said the incident … more
The town board approved a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the construction of the Berea Park bathrooms at their regularly scheduled board meeting on Aug. 1. The project was last brought up in … more
Senator James Skoufis announced that he will be bringing his “Skoufis on Your Street” summer tour to the Town of Montgomery. The tour is a series of meet and greets that are being hosted … more
The Gardiner Fire Department will host a Stop the Bleed training session on Thursday, August 8 at 7 p.m. The public is invited to train side by side with firefighters and EMTs. Stop the Bleed … more
The Gardiner Senior Resource Committee (GSRC) invites all Gardiner area seniors to enjoy their next gathering at the Gardiner Library on Monday August 19 from 12:00 to 3:00 PM. This will be a Potluck … more
The Gardiner Library will host another meeting of the new ukulele club, the Ukuleleans, led by Jeff Pfeffer on April 10 from 7 - 9 p.m. This free monthly club is for all ages of ukulele players, from … more
Wallkill seventh and eighth grade students were hard at work this summer at the Wallkill Central School District Summer Learning Academy, where they learned about mental health and healthy … more
Marlborough farmers Amy and Gail Hepworth have always worked for the greater good of the farming community. In January they launched a co-op called Hempire State Growers at their Rte. 9W offices and … more
The Marlborough Town Board is working diligently to revamp their small river-town through the renovation of Milton Landing Park, in hopes of attracting tourism and offering new opportunities for the … more
Despite Saturday’s threat of rain and thunderstorms, a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the 10th anniversary of Bridge Music went ahead as planned in honor of composer Joseph Bertolozzi’s … more
A crash between a utility task vehicle and a Jeep Wrangler in the area of 13 Mt. Zion Road in the Town of Marlborough claimed the life of the UTV operator, town police said. The accident occurred … more
Woodstock 50 may have been cancelled, but Lee Mazzola is hosting once again his Mazzstock Music Festival this weekend that starts on Friday August 9 and runs through Sunday August 11 at 35 Hampton Rd … more
On Monday night, the Beacon City Council unanimously passed a resolution opposing the massive expansion proposed for the Danskammer gas-fired power plant on the Hudson River. Beacon is now the … more
Area residents poured into Safe Harbors Green Monday night for a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of two violent mass shootings this past weekend in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas and to … more
The City of Newburgh’s Boys and Girls Club recently held their Project Kickoff Ceremony to celebrate the beginning of construction on the Center for Arts & Education. This will be the new … more
At least 60 people have filed a lawsuit against the town of New Windsor to secure damages for personal injury property damages and pain and suffering from the effects of drinking town of New Windsor … more
A high-speed chase that began last Thursday on the New York State Thruway ended with a head-on collision, injuring six. On August 1, at approximately 10:54 a.m., State Police attempted to stop a … more
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