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On June 2, the Montgomery Village Board voted unanimously to adopt Local Law No. 2 of 2020 establishing a six-month moratorium on the submission and processing of applications for land use approvals … more
Jodi Lynn was named Town of Montgomery Citizen of the Month for June at the Montgomery Town Board meeting on June 4. “Just about any time something is needed she raises her hand and … more
At Monday evening’s Village of Walden Planning Board meeting, Lewis Donnelly presented his application for site plan approval, special exception use and subdivision for construction of a … more
Longtime Town of Montgomery Chief of Police Arnold “Butch” Amthor has announced his retirement from the position. Amthor has been a police officer for a little over 35 years. He has … more
In the wake of the death of George Floyd, who was killed by a Minneapolis police officer after kneeling on his neck for nearly nine minutes, protests have taken over cities and towns across the … more
On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed that the Mid-Hudson Region would enter Phase 2 of the four-phased reopening process on Tuesday. The Mid-Hudson region consists of Dutchess, Orange, Ulster, … more
On Thursday, the Shawangunk Town Board announced that they would be reopening town hall on June 8, with limitations. As the pandemic is easing its grip on the region, Ulster County anticipated Phase … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Saturday that houses of worship can open at 25 percent capacity starting immediately for New York State regions in Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan. The … more
“Hey hey, ho ho. These racist cops have got to go,” chanted dozens of demonstrators in the Hamlet of Wallkill on Thursday. In addition to chants, protestors held up signs reading … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Friday announced the state has reached the lowest number of deaths and hospitalizations since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Yesterday, 42 people in New … more
Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation and unprecedented challenges, the 2020 Dutchess County Fair has been canceled.  The safety of the Dutchess Fair’s visitors, participants and … more
This year has been an uncommon one, with many challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. With schools and most public buildings closed and large gatherings not allowed, the state has determined … more
This year’s election for the Valley Central School District Board of Education will see incumbents Joseph Bond and Sheila Schwartz and challenger Katie McKnight vie for two open seats. … more
This year’s election for the Pine Bush Board of Education will see incumbents Cara Robertson and Kristi Kheiralla and challenger Tasha T. Butler vie for two open seats. Those elected will … more
As our area continues in Phase I of the COVID-19 recovery process, the Maybrook Village Board wants to play it safe and has canceled several upcoming activities. At a “virtual” … more
As the school year winds down, plans for graduation and moving up ceremonies have been announced. This year’s functions will be unlike any other. Valley Central High School’s … more
The tireless efforts of essential workers has helped our communities stay strong during the COVID-19 outbreak. Such efforts may go unnoticed, but it’s important that our communities continually … more
Blasting “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” and other songs that represent rebellion and resistance, the Casa di Dolore tattoo parlor and piercing shop opened up in defiance of the … more
This year’s election for the Wallkill Central School District Board of Education will see incumbents Kathryn Anderson and Vincent Petroccelli face a challenge from David Bartolone and Michael … more
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
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