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Pine Bush Superintendent of Business Michael Pacella announced a redesign of the district’s bus routes at a school board meeting on Aug. 20. “It was a complete redesign of bus … more
The Pine Bush School Board started its budget preparations last Tuesday night with the introduction of its preliminary staffing, technology and instructional budgets. Assistant Superintendent for … 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
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 Valley Central Board of Education will continue to be down to six members until the upcoming spring election, after the council decided during its Feb. 11 meeting not to fill the seat left vacant … more
Cypress Creek proposed two community solar projects in the town of Crawford at a planning board meeting on Feb. 13. Both projects are community distributed generation, which means any resident within … more
The Town of Montgomery Planning Board accepted the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the proposed Medline Industries Inc. warehouse at Monday night’s meeting. Located on the … more
On May 21, six candidates will vie for three seats on the Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education: Nancy Vinella, Erik Buckley, Jillian Caci, Matthew Watkins, and incumbents Dori Johnson … more
The Walden Village Board and the Town of Montgomery Board came together last Tuesday night in Walden prior to the Village Board’s regularly scheduled meeting to discuss the possible annexation … more
With the support of ShopRite Supermarkets, the Kaplan Foundation and Assemblyman Colin Schmitt, Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus arranged for a tractor-trailer of more than 60,000 pounds of non-perishable food to be delivered to the Encounter Church in Rock Tavern on Friday, March 20 more
The initial cleanup of a gasoline and diesel spill on March 10 in the Town of Crawford may take a month.                          … more
After a tightly contested race for town supervisor of Montgomery, Brian Maher emerged as the winner Tuesday night. Following an excruciating wait, Maher edged incumbent Rodney Winchell and Dennis … more
The Walden Village Board is taking a fresh look at how its council members handle their liaisonship assignments, and changes to the status quo could be coming in the near future. In January, the … more
The Town of Montgomery highway department is looking for a new home after an inspection report by Anderson Design Group found the old and dilapidated highway garage to be in danger of collapse.  … more
County Executive Pat Ryan announced information about Ulster County’s first drive-through mobile COVID-19 testing site located at Tech City (Kingston). more
The Town of Montgomery Community Response Team is partnering with Cultivate Montgomery, a charitable fund of the Community Foundation of Orange & Sullivan, to support senior citizens and families within the Town of Montgomery during the coronavirus outbreak. Funds raised will benefit a new program created to support local businesses while providing meals to seniors and families in need. more
New Maybrook Wind Ensemble Music Director/Conductor Roy Coates might not be where he is today without his grandfather. Coates’ grandfather instilled the love of music in his sons and … more
The Gardiner town board is contemplating a proposed local law which would launch a community choice aggregation program. Town board member Franco Carucci introduced the proposal. Under the … more
It’s been a struggle for the Pine Bush girls’ basketball team in recent weeks, but one place they hadn’t struggled in is their home gym at Pine Bush High School. The Bushmen … more
At approximately 12:03 a.m. on September 21, the New Windsor Police Department responded to reports of shots fired and people screaming at Knox Village Apartments, 835 Blooming Grave Turnpike, in the area of apartment 119. more
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