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The Pine Bush school board unanimously passed a proposed 2024-25 budget at its April 18 meeting. School Superintendent Brian Dunn announced that a discussion on revising the district’s policy … more
The Town of Crawford Police Department recently investigated several reports of high school students creating havoc in Pine Bush on Monday, April 19, including disturbances outside of … more
Newburgh firefighters responded to an alarm of fire on Saturday at 89 Overlook Place.   Upon arrival, units observed smoke and requested a second alarm. Air National Guard and West Point FD … more
City of Newburgh Police responded to a stabbing on South Street in area of Allison Avenue on April 18 at approximately 2:30 p.m. Empress EMS transported one subject to Montefiore-St Lukes … more
Newburgh City Council were presented with an agreement with Quality Environmental Solutions & Technologies, Inc. (QUES&T) in the amount of $1,302 for professional services associated with a … more
Newburgh City Council were presented on Thursday, April 18 a software license and service agreement with Bluebeam, Inc in the amount of $600 for construction and engineering document management. … more
Newburgh City Council were presented a license agreement with Mountain Valley Guides LLC on Thursday, April 18. This agreement would allow access and use of the Washington Street Boat Launch and … more
The Newburgh City Council were presented recommendations for appointments to the Human Rights Commission (HRC) on Thursday, April 18. The interest list consisted of Francesca Amato, Gabrielle … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board were presented a proposed expansion to the Starbucks on Union Avenue along with amendments to the drive thru area to reduce traffic concerns. The project made an … more
Newburgh City Council were presented April 18 a resolution to amend resolution 178-2023 that would authorize the allocation of $1 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds between the … more
The Valley Central School Board unanimously passed the proposed 2024-25 budget at its April 15 meeting. The budget calls for spending in the amount of $129 million, with a proposed tax levy increase … more
For some time, Montgomery residents have made inquiries and requests that their elected officials be more accessible. Now it appears that a step has been made in that direction. The village … more
“Cops ’N Bobbers” returns April 27 The Town of Lloyd Police Benevolent Association (PBA) proudly presents the 3rd Annual “Cops ‘N’ Bobbers” Youth Fishing … more
The Walden board, in continuation from the last meeting’s appointments, voted to re-appoint Marisa Kraus as village clerk during its April 16 meeting and considered establishing regulations … more
Yard Sale Day is Saturday, April 27 Get ready for the Hamlet of Wallkill/Shawangunk town-wide yard sale this Saturday, April 27. A list of participating addresses and local eateries will be posted on … more
The Gardiner Planning Board has a vacancy they are looking to fill. Any and all interested parties should send an email to Supervisor Majestic at supervisor.tog@gmail.com expressing their interest … more
The upcoming Newburgh City Council Regular Meeting scheduled for Monday, April 22, has been rescheduled to Wednesday, April 24. The rescheduled City Council Regular Meeting will be held … more
Highland Elementary PTA to host a spring dance The Highland Elementary School PTA will be hosting a Spring Dance for students in Grades 2-4 in the upper cafeteria on Friday, April 19, from 6-7:30 … more
Donate your eclipse glasses The Wallkill Lions Club has a bin for the public to drop off those eclipse glasses, at Shawangunk Town Hall. The bin is on the Central Avenue side entrance next to the … more
Garnet Health Doctors has increased its hospitalist team to 46 providers, who care for inpatients at Garnet Health Medical Center and Garnet Health Medical Center – Catskills. Hospitalists are … more
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