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Noah Cabrera, Troop 4031 life scout, is giving local bats a helping hand through the installation of bat boxes throughout Montgomery. Cabrera will install approximately 15 boxes for his eagle … more
The Orange County Airport is preparing for future growth by discussing municipal water and sewer systems with the Town and Village of Montgomery. The airport is currently in negotiations with the … more
Rite Aid purchased the Montgomery Village Pharmacy at 105 Ward Street, in the Village of Montgomery, transferring patients to the Rite Aid at 103 Hawkins Drive, in the Town of Montgomery. The … more
The Gardiner town board is considering either charging for electronics recycling or discontinuing the program. Recycling electronics involves labor and materials. Several other towns either charge … more
In response to the recent announcement that Amazon has withdrawn its plan for a corporate headquarters in Long Island City, NY, Assemblyman Brian Miller (R,I,C,Ref-New Hartford) issued the following … more
The Wallkill St. Patrick’s Parade Committee is pleased to announce its Grand Marshall for the 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be Robert (Bob) K. Garrison, a life time resident of the … more
Joseph Britto, adjunct lecturer at SUNY Orange and Professor Emeritus at SUNY New Paltz will discuss the lives, policies and the legacies of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln and the impact they … more
The Valley Central School District hosted a forum called “Join the Conversation” through online platform, ThoughtExchange, as it begins its process to develop a budget for the school … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has announced that he supports Governor Cuomo’s proposal to make the tax cap permanent. Prior to the enactment of the tax cap law, many … more
Orange County District Attorney David Hoovler and Sheriff Carl E. DuBois are reminding residents to remain vigilant about income tax return scams as tax season kicks into full gear and individuals … more
The gardiner Library will host a Storytime Theatre Program with Carolyn Thorenz. This program is designed for ages 9-11. Meetings will be held on 5 consecutive Fridays March 1 through April 5 from … more
This month, the Orange County Audubon Society (OCAS) launched Orange County’s participation in the Climate Watch bird count. This community science program designed by the National Audubon … more
The Town of Shawangunk experienced a small, but noticeable, drop in year-to-year crime numbers in 2018, according to statistics provided by Shawangunk Chief of Police Gerald Marlatt. The agency head … more
With winter still in full swing and more snowstorms surely headed to the region in the coming weeks, the Village of Walden is urging residents to shovel their properties promptly after each storm as … more
Crawford Town Clerk Jolene Roy has voluntarily resigned following an ongoing investigation into irregularities with the town’s finances. An irregularity was noted in reports submitted by the … more
Deputy Supervisor JoAnn Scheels and trustee Darlene Andolsek will run for re-election in March, facing resident Don Berger. The polls will be open at the senior center, 36 Bridge Street, from 8 … more
The Montgomery village board approved two local laws on Feb 5, impacting the City Winery and Kings Service Holding, Inc. (KSH) projects. Introductory Local Law No. Two of 2018 authorized the … more
Joe Marrero, A former New York City police detective and Jack Byrnes, a former Village of Montgomery police officer in charge, will face off against incumbent Tina Fassnacht for her seat as Village … more
A fire at an automobile garage on Feb. 2 at 2151 Bruynswick Road resulted in a total loss of the structure and devastating property damage for all tenants. Owned by John J Lease Realty, the … more
Former Mayor of the Village of Walden and longtime aide to Senator Bill Larkin, Brian Maher, was hired to serve as the full time Executive Director of the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, Inc. … more
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