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On Wednesday, in a speech on the House floor, Congressman Pat Ryan called on Central Hudson President and CEO Charles A. Freni, Jr. to resign. He released the following statement:  Since my … more
The Newburgh Police Department received a shot spotter alert of a single round fired in the area of Ann Street. Upon arriving in the vicinity of Washington St/Federal Street, police officers secured … more
Last week the Marlborough Town Board approved a resolution to authorize Supervisor Scott Corcoran to sign the application and agreements required by the Empire State Development Corporation [ESDC] to … more
Dan Critchett was roundly criticized by his neighbors at a public hearing before the Lloyd Planning Board on his application for a special use permit to officially establish rentals at his home at 7 … more
Last week the Lloyd Zoning Board granted an area variance to Nicholas Corday Farms, a 34.9 acre parcel at 67 South Street, that will allow the applicant to construct a 100ft x 50ft outbuilding in the … more
Marian Baldwin celebrated her 100th birthday with her church family and friends on January 29. She has been a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Marlboro for 16 years, transferring from … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger signed an Executive Order this week creating the what she termed the “boldest Climate Agenda for any County Government in New York State.” The … more
The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz is the recipient of a $71,000 exhibitions grant from the Terra Foundation for American Art, which will support a spring 2024 exhibition focusing on … more
Newburgh elected officials, members of the Newburgh Transportation Advisory Committee and additional volunteers joined together on Saturday, January 28 to share a bus ride with commuters and … more
Stephen Bedetti of New Windsor officially announced on Saturday, January 28 that he will be running for the position of town supervisor in the 2023 election season. This will be Bedetti’s … more
Gil Piaquadio of the Town of Newburgh will seek re-election as town supervisor in the upcoming 2023 election season. According to his town biography, Piaquadio joined the town council in 2003 and was … more
Supervisor John Valk has made it official that he will not be seeking re-election this November after serving 25 years as the head of the Town of Shawangunk. It had been widely speculated for … more
Rehabilitating the old Borden condensed milk factory on Route 208 into a boutique hotel and spa has been on multiple Montgomery agendas for the past year, and while the support is ongoing and … more
In late 2022, the Town of Montgomery introduced a possible local law to help regulate the development of food trucks in the area. After months of debate, research and hearings, the board decided to … more
Romeo Zaccone has been all over the world. He’s even hung out with one of the biggest stars in Hollywood while in a Fiji hospital. But now he calls Montgomery his home. Zaccone, who has seen … more
A 8-unit attached townhouse is in talks for Factory Street in Montgomery, a mixed-use neighborhood with a lot of history. The proposed project has been in the works for four years, with an … more
The Entrepreneurial Success Program (ESP) has been a successful venture for the Town of Montgomery and time to register is quickly coming to an end. Whether you’re a new business owner or in … more
Members of the public gathered at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center on Saturday, January 28 to attend a public forum on the Quassaick Creek Greenway Project under the direction of Scenic Hudson. … more
At approximately 8:10 on Tuesday, Jan. 31, Town of Montgomery Police School resource officers were on location at the Valley Central High School for a basketball game. As the game ended, several … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Wednesday, January 25,  that his Office has completed its investigation into the tragic death of an Emergency Medical … more
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