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Hospice of Orange and Sullivan Counties, Inc. announced that its Board of Directors elected Sandra “Sandi” Cassese, RN, MSN, CNS, as President and Chief Operating Officer to succeed … more
Dee Berlinghoff, professor emerita of Education at Mount Saint Mary College, recently earned the 2021 TED Distinguished Service Award given by the Teacher Education Division (TED) of the Council for … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) will be hosting a drive-thru COVID test kit giveaway at Meadow Hill School (124 Meadow Hill Road) in the Town of Newburgh on Saturday, January 22 at 9am. … more
The Wallkill Woman’s Club would like to wish everyone a happy and healthy 2022. They will have their first meeting of the new year  on Tuesday, January 25 at 7 p.m. at the Town … more
Learn conversational ItalianGardiner Library hosts Italian Conversational Zoom Classes starting Wednesday January 19, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. This weekly class is designed for people who have some knowledge … more
At approximately 10:56 a.m. Thursday Jan 13, Town of Lloyd Police responded to a 911 call for a report of a male who jumped off the Ulster County side of the Mid-Hudson Bridge. An extensive search … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced details on a second state-run COVID-19 community testing site on the campus of SUNY Ulster. Starting Thursday, January 20, the site will be open to the … more
Town of Newburgh Police and Cronomer Valley Firefighters responded to a vehicle into a telephone pole on Union Ave in the area of Floral Drive on January 18. Firefighters assisted EMS in removing the … more
On January 18, at approximately 9:19 a.m, the City of Newburgh Police Department responded to 97 Fullerton Avenue for report of a shooting. Officers arriving on scene located a 27-year old male … more
Rivian, an electric automobile company, proposed to the Newburgh Planning Board on Thursday, January 6 a new charging station site for their vehicles in the Town of Newburgh. Rivian, based in … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) and Senator James Skoufis (D-39) are calling on the State Department of Health to open a COVID testing site in the City of Newburgh. Jacobson and Skoufis … more
National Builders South, a development company, presented a new warehouse property located on 700 South Street to the City of Newburgh Transportation Advisory Committee. This presentation took place … more
The Town of Newburgh is the recipient of a $526,000 grant from the New York State Department of Transportation. These funds originated from the 2021 Bridge NY Program. This grant will fully fund the … more
Assemblyman Colin J. Schmitt (R,C,I,LBT,SAM - New Windsor) in conjunction with Horizon Family Medical Group, Quest Diagnostics, and Village of Washingtonville Mayor Joe Bucco have announced the … more
With one eye on improved cellular service in the village, and another on potential revenue, Maybrook Village officials are entertaining a proposal for a new cellular tower in downtown … more
On January 11, at approximately 5 a.m., State Police from the Ellenville barracks responded to Vinegar Hill Road in the town of Shawangunk for a report of a shooting. Upon arrival, troopers located … more
With approvals from Maybrook and the Village of Montgomery under their belt, the Montgomery Town Board held a public hearing of their own, last week, on a proposal to create a town-wide ambulance … more
Supervisor Brian Maher (R,C - Walden) announced that Moody’s Investor Service has issued the Town of Montgomery an Aa2 issuer rating for their upcoming Public Improvement Bond that will pay for … more
Following an impassioned plea by Gardiner Town Clerk Michelle Mosher that her office wouldn’t be able to process short-term rental applications during the busy tax collection season, the Town … more
In preparation for the forecasted inclement weather, A Snow Emergency has been declared in the City of Newburgh effective Sunday, January 16, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. Snow Emergency parking regulations will … more
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