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The COVID-19 Commemoration Commission has extended the deadline for submitting design proposals from artists for a sculpture that will become the centerpiece of a memorial garden in Ulster County. … more
Jason Hepper, 33, of Walden was arrested on November 20 by the Ulster County Sheriff’s Department for his role in damage to the Wallkill Central School District’s Administrative Offices … more
Over several dozen members of the Wallkill Civil Service Employees Association [CSEA] appeared before the Wallkill Board of Education on Wednesday, November 16 to address concerns about mice in … more
The Newburgh City Council and City Manager Todd Venning announced the suspension of metered parking on November 26 and 27 to support Downtown Newburgh’s 4th Annual Shop Small Weekend, and all … more
City of Newburgh Police Commissioner José A. Gomérez announced the apprehension and arrest of Lamont Williams on a warrant issued for the September 29 homicide of 29-year-old City of … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board voted to reschedule and circulate public notices for a town code required balloon test on Saturday, December 10 for a proposed Verizon Wireless cell tower project. … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved to refer to the Town Board the project known as Chadwick Woods for approval on three lots on a private driveway and to review town water access for … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved a negative declaration and set a public hearing for January 5 for the project known as “Unity Place Warehouse” on Thursday, November 17. … more
The New York State Bridge Authority has extended the hours of operation for the pedestrian and bicycling pathway on the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge to 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The expanded … more
Louis Grasso, a veterinarian from Pine Bush, is one of 27 people named in a federal indictment accused of orchestrating the manufacturing, distributing and receiving of contaminated and misbranded … more
At the Village of Walden board of trustees meeting last week, conversation arose about tighter senior housing enforcements. Trustee Becky Pearson confronted the board about their 55 and older rule … more
Jason Hepper, 33, of Walden was arrested on November 20 by the Ulster County Sheriff’s Department for his role in damage to the Wallkill Central School District’s Administrative Offices … more
Over several dozen members of the Wallkill Civil Service Employees Association [CSEA] appeared before the Wallkill Board of Education on Wednesday, November 16 to address concerns about mice in … more
On December 14 at noon, there will be an overdose awareness memorial put up on the fence at 104 E. Main Street in Walden. Wings will be placed on the overdose awareness memorial fence to remember … more
Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP is pleased to announce that Krystle N. Butler, Esq. and Alexander G. Main, Esq. have joined the firm. Krystle has joined the firm’s Litigation Team concentrating in … more
Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus visited Sosler’s Garden and Farm Equipment in the Town of Wallkill recently, in honor of their 70 years in business. In 1952, Raymond Sosler Sr. and his … more
Garnet Health Medical Center is five-star rated for treatment of Stroke (2019-2023), Hip Fracture (2023), Sepsis (2019-2023), Pulmonary Embolism (2021-2023) and Respiratory Failure (2019-2023), … more
The search is on to appoint a new Poet Laureate for the city of Newburgh. Set to serve a two-year term, beginning in 2023, the new Poet Laureate will be responsible for promoting and emphasizing the … more
St. Mary’s Outreach will be hosting their November Giving Day on Friday, November 18 at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center located at 321 South William St. The gate to the event opens at nine in … more
The project known as “Britain Woods” will return on December 15 for a public scoping session to collect resident feedback subject to the revisions of a draft scope prepared for the Town … more
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