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In April 2018, the Shawangunk Town Board passed a local law to regulate large-scale solar farms in the town, and the first proposed solar project that would make use of the bill is now under … more
On one blue-sky weekday morning, children were engrossed in play at James Olley Community Park. They shook a rainbow-colored tarp as other children ran underneath. Another group of kids played on a … more
Crawford will try once again to secure funding for the Dwaar Kill-Pine Bush Water Supply System, which will provide water to the town from county lands. The plan includes the installation of a … more
The Gardiner Town Highway Department and members of the Mid-Hudson chapter of the Antique Truck Club of America (ATCA) paid tribute to a beloved member of both organizations at the Mid-Hudson Antique … more
The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for Project Sailfish has been released, moving the project one step closer to approval. Located near Interstate-84 (I-84) and the intersections of … more
Hope Not Handcuffs (HNH)—a police-community partnership that provides access to substance abuse treatment—is on the receiving end of $23,000 in grants within the past week. HNH … more
A hastily-called meeting to deal with a procedural matter boiled over into a heated exchange over the public officer’s meeting law last Thursday at Montgomery Town Hall. The Town of … more
Community members in red t-shirts gathered together on a sunny day last Saturday to commemorate a special young man and raise money for struggling families and young people at the 5th Annual … more
While it may have been a slow start to the year, the Wallkill Valley’s farmers are optimistic about this year’s harvest. The year started out wet and rainy, which caused many farmers … more
The Montgomery town board recently kicked off the comprehensive plan process, which might be the answer to residents’ woes as they mobilize against large-scale development in the town. more
With a public referendum vote on Valley Central’s proposed $22.7 million bond referendum fast approaching on Aug. 20, the district administration laid out its case for the bond measure during a … more
Medline has announced an online landing page to provide project updates on its proposed $120-million investment in the community with its distribution center project. The company, which has been part … more
Students from the Pine Bush Summer Youth Leadership academy served sweet treats and a smile last Thursday when they hosted an ice cream social for Pine Bush veterans. Veterans chattered inside the … more
A couple claims they were racially profiled during a marriage proposal at Angry Orchard in Walden last Sunday. A woman who identifies herself as Marie Cleone posted to Facebook and said she and … more
Montgomery residents are organizing in opposition to large-scale development in the town with the formation of the group Residents Protecting Montgomery (RPM). “We’re for smart, … more
A new 81,200-square-foot multi-purpose building on Hawkins Drive in the Town of Montgomery is being constructed for warehousing and light manufacturing. Fergal Conefrey, Managing Director of Times … more
Finding a mechanic to fix the array of heavy machinery found in a highway garage is no easy task, and the Town of Shawangunk Highway Department has been searching for a new mechanic since May. With … more
After hosting a presentation on the issue, and a subsequent vigorous debate, the Walden Village Board voted 4-3 during its July 16 meeting to adopt a resolution to join the state’s Climate … more
The Town of Montgomery’s interim building inspector painted a bleak picture of the building department at Thursday night’s town meeting when he described it as understaffed, underfunded … more
If you want to learn more about Marion Mohr Wild’s legacy, look no further than the Montgomery Village Museum. Her legacy is in the pages and pages of notes written in elegant, slanted cursive, … more
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