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Ready Coffee is looking to open up a new coffee shop in Newburgh after a successful launch in Wappingers Falls last year, and co-founder Jed Bonnem joined architect Mike Berta of Lathrop Associates … more
When Maybrook Police Sgt. Michael Maresco described the unintended consequences of the recent state bail reform law in the village, the board promised to confer with State Senator James Skoufis about … more
Moving/storage portable on demand (PODS) are getting more and more popular as they crop up in residents’ driveways or yards. Until Monday’s village board meeting, Maybrook’s zoning … more
Assemblyman Colin J. Schmitt (R,C,I-New Windsor) hosted the Cornwall High School varsity football team in Albany this week to be recognized for winning the State Football Section 9 Class A … more
In celebration of Black History Month, Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack is pleased to announce the inaugural display in the “Historical Profiles” series. The first profile will feature … more
City of Newburgh Police Cars sped down Broadway last Tuesday night in a rush to reach the scene of a shooting in which two Newburgh residents were shot. Officers responded to a shooting outside … more
Passersby stood in confusion and shock along a section of Broadway on Monday afternoon. Earlier in the day a motorcyclist crashed into a SUV in the area of Broadway and Mill Street. Strewn down … more
What city police saw as suspicious activity in Washington Heights led to an arrest Sunday morning. On February 2, officers were patrolling in the heights and noticed a group of males standing on … more
Maybrook firefighters were dispatched to a tractor trailer fire on exit 28 (formerly 5) eastbound on Interstate 84 on January 31. The Coldenham Fire Department also responded to the scene. New York … more
The Town of Gardiner Town Board will hold a public hearing on Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall, 2340 Route 44/45 in Gardiner, to consider revisions to the proposed local law entitled “A Local … more
The Town of Crawford announced that a public information meeting will be held to discuss the proposed design of sidewalks along NYS Route 302. The meeting will be held at Town Hall, 121 State Route … more
The Town of Montgomery Historic Preservation Committee will meet next Tuesday (February 11) at Town Hall, 110 Bracken Road. The committee will receive an update on Historic Marker Grand … more
Last Wednesday, a special meeting of the Town Board of The Town of Montgomery was held to interview potential candidates for the Comprehensive Plan Committee. Councilwoman Kristen Brown confirmed … more
The Town of Gardiner has vacancies on the Parks and Recreation Committee, the Assessment Review Board and the Environmental Conservation Commission. Interested parties please contact Supervisor … more
Assemblyman Brian Miller (R,I,C,Ref-New Hartford) joined Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski), representatives from the New York State Sheriffs’ Association (NYSSA), the … more
Tri-County Community Partnership Inc. (TCCP) is a local non-profit whose mission is to educate the community regarding the effects of alcohol, marijuana, and drug use, especially among youth. For … more
Sen. James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) announced $1.5 million in funding rewards to repave roads impacted by extreme weather conditions. Through the PAVE NY initiative, the Department of Transportation will … more
Our Lady of Fatima, Plattekill, will be having a Valentine’s Day Dinner Dance on Saturday, February 8. This is a family event. All are welcome! Dinner will be served between 4 and 8 p.m. … more
Inspire Your Heart with Art Day on Jan. 31 at the Wallkill Library. Always observed on January 31, Art Day is a day to ponder how art affects your heart. Of the broad spectrum of art created in the … more
The Gardiner Library will hold its Annual Yarn, Fabric, and Craft Supplies Sale on Saturday February 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Items donated to the sale include gently used sewing, knitting, and … more
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