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The Walden United Methodist Church broke ground on a new church building on Sept. 7 after years of hard work and planning. Phil Bell, Managing Partner of Brigs Builders, said the … more
The Village of Walden has long hoped for a community center it can call its own, and the project is on the verge of coming to fruition after the municipality recently secured $370,000 in SAM (System … more
Retired State Senator Bill Larkin, whose distinguished political career spanned nearly half a century, died Saturday at the age of 91. His death was announced Sunday afternoon by his … more
New York State Senator James Skoufis announced the launch of an investigation into Medline’s efforts to secure tax breaks at a press conference on Tuesday morning. The investigation will be … more
The Pine Bush Farmer’s Market had a groovy visitor on Aug. 24 when the sunshine bus pulled up to commemorate Woodstock’s 50th anniversary. With its furnished interior full of colorful … more
Flags in the Village of Walden have been lowered to half staff in honor of State Senator William Larkin Jr., who died Saturday at the age of 91. more
Retired State Senator Bill Larkin, whose distinguished political career spanned nearly half a century, died Saturday at the age of 91. more
Galaxy Limited presented plans for Galaxy Montgomery North—a proposed 240,000-square-foot warehouse between Baron and Bracken Road—to the Town of Montgomery Planning Board on Tuesday … 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
Event organizer and sponsor Dickie Baxter started his count down on-stage as children lined up on the grass at Wooster Grove Memorial Park in Walden. Clutching paper tickets, kids eagerly waited for … more
Senator Jen Metzger, members of the advocacy organization Friends of Tillson Lake and local elected officials showed her support for repairing the dam at Tillson Lake with a press conference on Aug. … more
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
A convicted sex offender was charged last Wednesday with rape by the Town of Montgomery police. On August 21, 2019 the Town of Montgomery Police Department conducted an investigation of … more
Montgomery residents turned out in force to express their concerns and a crowd of Medline employees expressed their support for a proposed 1.3-million-square-foot Medline Industries distribution … more
A Walden woman was charged with making a terroristic threat against Valley Central School District on Tuesday. At approximately 10:10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 20, the Town of Montgomery Police … more
Car enthusiasts and community members strolled down Clinton Street last Thursday for the 2nd annual Orange County Sheriff Carl E. DuBois and Hudson Valley Cancer Resource Center 2nd Summer Car Show. … more
As the community around his Indian Springs Road home has continued to grow in numbers over the past two decades, Shawangunk resident Peter Meisel has grown increasingly concerned about the 55 miles … more
A proposed metal recycling facility has come under scrutiny as the business built a structure without the proper permits. In an email to the town planning board, project attorney Marissa Weiss … more
Valley Central taxpayers voted down the district’s proposed $22.7 million bond referendum on Tuesday by a razor-thin margin of 30 votes, as residents declined to fund the district’s planned renovations to the High School-Middle School complex parking lot. The measure was defeated as 585 taxpayers voted against the proposal, while 555 voted in favor of it. more
Leaning gingerly on her cane, Celeste VanFleet slowly made her way to a little folding table in the Pine Bush Area Public Library. Soon, three other senior citizens joined her, each taking a side of … more
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