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Last Wednesday at approximately 9:18 p.m., Town of Wallkill police officers responded to a report of an assault with a weapon in front of You You Asian Cuisine in the Town of Wallkill. Upon arrival, … more
The Pine Bush Board Central School District has erected a 60-foot by 40-foot tent in the back parking lot of Crispell Middle School to create the extra space needed to get in-person students … more
More than 80 volunteers filled up over 125 bags of garbage Sunday as part of the Town of Montgomery’s Operation Clean Sweep. The group helped beautify areas of the town such as Canning Road, … more
A herd of more than 30 “VOW’S COWS” (Vision of Wallkill’s cows) were celebrated on Saturday with a photo opportunity on the Wallkill Public Library lawn. Primed cow forms … more
The Village of Walden’s tentative budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year is down approximately $500,000 from the current fiscal year. As of Tuesday morning, the total appropriations for this … more
At their meeting last Tuesday, the Montgomery Village Board unanimously adopted the village’s budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year. The fiscal year runs from June 1, 2021-May 31, … more
At last Tuesday’s Walden Village Board meeting, Mayor John Ramos introduced Willie Carley as the new deputy mayor. As deputy mayor, Carley will run village board meetings if Ramos is unable to … more
Last Monday, the Amrhein family presented the Walden Police Benevolent Association (PBA) and the Walden Fire Department with checks for $5,000 in homage to their efforts in saving their daughter from … more
Assemblyman Colin Schmitt (R, C, I, LBT, SAM-New Windsor) joined by family, friends, constituents and community leaders last Tuesday announced his campaign for New York State’s 18th … more
The Town of Gardiner is moving forward in its quest to update its Comprehensive Plan, which hasn’t been modified in over 15 years. The Town Board, serving as the project team, unanimously … more
At last Tuesday’s Walden Village Board meeting, Patricia Maher was introduced as a Walden trustee. “I thought long and hard on this and I couldn’t have thought of a better person … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Tuesday announced a new targeted effort to vaccinate workers at New York State farms and food production facilities. The state will coordinate with local health … more
Patricia Maher, sister of Montgomery Town Supervisor Brian Maher, will challenge incumbent Mike Anagnostakis in the Orange County Legislator, District 17 Republican Primary. This is the former … more
On Friday, March 19, Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy received an email from the New York State Comptroller’s Office informing him that their review of the 2020 Annual Update Document for Maybrook … more
For nearly 25 straight years, Suzan and Steve Karinchak have been watching their kids play baseball. Whether it was at local Little League fields, Valley Central, college or a big-league ballpark, it … more
The Wallkill Lions Club along with volunteer help from the Wallkill Senior High School Leo’s Club hosted a drive-thru Easter event Saturday at Popp Memorial Park in the Hamlet of Wallkill. … more
At last Wednesday’s Montgomery Town Board meeting the board unanimously adopted Local Law No. 2 of 2021, which amends Local Law No. 1 of 2002 entitled “Dog Control.” The law was … more
Kids and parents alike will be happy with the news that the Town of Shawangunk’s Summer Camp will return this year. After the camp was closed last summer due to the pandemic, the town board … more
At the Maybrook Village Board special work session on Thursday, April 1, several members of the Maybrook Village Board commended Mayor Dennis Leahy for his hard work and stated that he deserves at … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Monday announced the start of the statewide "Roll Up Your Sleeve" ad campaign to encourage all New Yorkers, especially those from neighborhoods where … more
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