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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Sunday announced that New York dentists can reopen statewide on June 1. Dentists' offices will be subject to state guidance on best practices for safety and social … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury), along with many of his colleagues in the Senate Majority, sent a letter Wednesday to the Governor urging that guidance be developed to permit outdoor, … more
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, each municipality could not let veterans’ sacrifices go unnoticed. Small ceremonies were held for Memorial Day. A small gathering took place at Crawford Town … more
“At some point, we’ve got to open the building,” said Shawangunk Town Supervisor John Valk at a virtual meeting of the town board on Thursday. As of that meeting, the area had … more
The day before his sudden passing on April 10, Ed Leonard expressed the need to donate money to the Town of Montgomery Food Pantry. “They’re gonna get hit hard and they’re gonna … more
At the start of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s New York State on PAUSE executive order, a group of concerned community members along with Orange County Legislator Robert Sassi, the Town of Crawford and … more
The 10th Anniversary Pine Bush UFO Festival has been rescheduled and will be held Labor Day weekend, Friday, September 4 – Saturday, September 5. Events include speakers, the highly anticipated … more
The Town of Crawford Board Meeting for May included the news and acknowledgment of Highway Department employee of almost 37 years, James “Jim” Bruyn’s retirement. Supervisor Charles … more
During Thursday’s Montgomery Town Board meeting Supervisor Brian Maher discussed the potential of opening Town Hall to the public during phase two of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to reopen … more
Holding up various anti-Danskammer signs, a small group of masked activists stood by the side of the road on 181 South Plank Road last Wednesday. Cars passed by honking in support of the … more
The annual student art show at SUNY Orange is a highlight of the spring semester. It kicks off two months of visual, theatrical, and musical presentations focusing on the talents of arts students. … more
As portions of New York State have begun re-opening, some of the region’s elected officials have called on Governor Andrew Cuomo to include the Hudson Valley in the re-opening … more
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many local Memorial Day Parades have been postponed. Parades in Walden, the Village and Town of Montgomery, Maybrook and Crawford have been canceled. Shawangunk … more
Despite a nationwide meat shortage, business has been booming for two beef farms in Gardiner. When the COVID-19 pandemic first broke out, shoppers had difficulty finding hand sanitizer and toilet … more
James Hiller, a resident of Walden, is outraged by the Hannaford Supermarket in Walden’s mask policy. He claims that the store regularly lets in customers with no masks on. On a recent trip … more
The Town of Montgomery Community Response Team lent a helping hand to those in need over the past few days. On Sunday the group partnered with the Walden Rotary Club for “Operation Clean … more
In an executive order issued on Friday, May 1, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that this year’s school budget votes and board of education elections will take place on June 9, via absentee ballot … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation advises local residents to be prepared for a strong frontal system that may bring rain, lightning and potentially powerful wind gusts Friday (5-15) … more
The Town of Montgomery Food Pantry has held strong through the COVID-19 pandemic. They know where to find food when they are short on an item. “We get spot shortages when we can’t … more
Recent data suggests that Orange and Ulster Counties are turning a corner in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Friday, Montgomery Town Supervisor Brian Maher reported that 1,033 individuals … more
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