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Central Hudson prepares for Tropical Storm Fay

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation advises local residents to be prepared for heavy rains and potentially strong, gusty winds forecasted today through early Saturday. These conditions …
Sailing into history On Sunday thousands of Hudson Valley residents turned out to see the WW II destroyer escort the USS Slater make its way down the Hudson River from Albany to its destination at Staten Island where it …
Assisted living approval raises questions On July 1 the Lloyd Town Board granted a variance from the town’s moratorium to the Village of the Hudson Valley that will allow them to move their Assisted Living Facility proposal forward to …
Milton Farmers Market is in full swing Every Saturday the Heart of the Hudson Valley Farmers Market opens at 9 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m. at the Cluett Schantz Park in Milton. The market offers a wide selection of organic fruits and …
Rail trail improvement project set to begin The Open Space Institute (OSI), in partnership with Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT), and the Hudson River Valley Greenway, Tuesday announced a $1 million plan to improve the northern 9.5-mile …
Local News

Two 2020 Ulster BOCES grads honored with ‘Triple C’ Award

Two of Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center 2020 graduates received the prestigious “Triple C” award from New York State Attorney General Letitia James, in recognition of courage, …
College News
Dr. Kristine Young, president of SUNY Orange, has announced that the College awarded a total of 475 associate’s degrees and academic certificates to 463 students who completed their …
BOCES CTE Division celebrates 800 graduates
Orange-Ulster BOCES Division of Career and Technical Education (CTE) will recognize over 800 students who completed their various CTE programs. The 53rd annual CTE Recognition Ceremony will be held …
Grad parties blamed for upswing in COVID-19 cases Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan reminded residents Tuesday during his Facebook live briefing to be vigilant in combating coronavirus and urged them to continue to take precautions. Last week, County …
Coronavirus Coverage

Decision on school re-opening due in early August

While parents may soon be making back to school plans, it will be a few more weeks before they know of their children will be returning to rthe classrooms when the new school year begins. Gov. …

Metzger shares perspectives of local EMS First Responders in COVID-19 online series

State Senator Jen Metzger (SD-42) Thursday hosted a Facebook livestream discussion on the region’s local emergency medical services (EMS) system in her COVID-19 Community Conversations series, …

Office for the Aging warns: Don't be scammed!

New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA) reminds New Yorkers of all ages to stay aware of scams surrounding the novel coronavirus. Scams have become even more sophisticated in recent years, and …
Arts & Entertainment

Libraries respond to COVID-19

While all libraries in the Mid-Hudson Library System have closed the doors to their facilities in response to the public health crisis of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), most through the end of the month, all are still actively serving their communities thanks to well-developed digital collections and innovative approaches to delivering programs and services online and in non-traditional ways.
Paper Works opens at Kaplan Hall Life presents many challenges and opportunities which lead to new interests and conceptualizations. With each new timeframe of life, visual artists may approach ideas and express themselves through …