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Residents Protecting Montgomery hosted the first ever Town of Montgomery Community Day on Saturday at Benedict Farm Park. Guests of all ages were treated to free food. The event offered … more
“We have saved the best for last,” said Gardiner Town Supervisor Marybeth Majestic at last week’s town board meeting. The item on the agenda was a review of a draft law on … more
The Montgomery Town Board held a budget workshop prior to their meeting on Oct. 3. Potential changes to the 2020 budget were discussed at length. The tentative 2020 budget differs in many ways … more
At Pine Bush Central School District’s Board of Education meeting on Monday night. parents expressed their dissatisfaction regarding the busing at Pine Bush Schools. Each parent voiced their … more
In a joint announcement Montgomery, Medline and the Town of Montgomery announced the company is withdrawing its application for the proposed Montgomery IDA Pilot agreement. In addition, Medline will … more
The Village of Montgomery is looking to preserve historical artifacts for years to come as it launches its new Historian of the Month initiative. At the Tuesday, October 1 Board of Trustees meeting, … more
Shawangunk presented its tentative 2020 budget during its Town Board meeting on Thursday night, and the proposal would see the municipality stay within the state-mandated tax cap for the ninth … more
The Crawford Zoning Board of Appeals held hearings for two properties on Wednesday evening. They tackled issues related to Farmhood Fields and two area variances on 161 County Route 17.The hearing on … more
“Nay.” The word was quiet and would have gone unremarked as the Montgomery Town Board made their routine motion to pay the monthly bills—had the town supervisor not exploded a … more
On Saturday, September 28, AYO Fitness, Catskill Regional Medical Center, and Orange Regional Medical Center, with support from numerous sponsors including the Town of Wallkill, held their first … more
The Fire Department of New York motto is, “New York’s Bravest.” Richard “Ricky” Tanagretta was indeed brave; as a 9/11 First Responder, 26 year member of the FDNY, past … more
The future of a second potential Valley Central public bond referendum vote later this year remains uncertain after the Board of Education completed a special work session on the proposal on … more
“The main change that we made was the removal of the entrance to Route 17K,” said engineer Larry Marshall. Marshall’s update on the proposed warehouse complex at the intersection … more
The Village of Maybrook is along among the local municipalities experiencing fiscal stress, according to a report released last week by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. “Nearly six … more
Before being diagnosed with ovarian cancer two years ago, Charlene Conklin had felt sick for about a year but didn’t know why. She tried to find out what was wrong, seeking medical attention, … more
After more than half a century, the Town of Montgomery Volunteer Ambulance Corps may be closing its doors for good. “Our ambulance corps is in dire need of help. At the rate we are going, I … more
Drivers traveling through Walden on State Route 208 pass right by the village’s large statue of President William McKinley, but in recent months passersby have also gotten an eyeful of signs … more
Pine Bush has enjoyed having its own diner through the years. Long time residents may remember the days of the Village Diner on Main Street or the Pine Bush Diner before that, but for the last 18 … 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
The Valley Central Scholarship Council (VCSC) an organization dedicated to raising scholarship money for graduating Valley Central Seniors, held its first ever Duck Derby along the Wallkill River in … more
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