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Firefighters battled a blaze Tuesday afternoon at 70 Creek Run Road in the Town of Newburgh. Good-Will Engine Company   received mutual aid assistance from City of Newburgh, Middle Hope, … more
Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak gave an update on the work being done at the intersection of Tillson Avenue and Toc Drive, saying, “at the moment there is a big hole in the ground” because … more
While many asylum seekers arriving in New York City have been put on buses and sent upstate, none have yet made it to Ulster County. “At this time, Ulster County has not been contacted by … more
More than 180 vendors showcased their locally grown products last weekend at the Hudson Valley Rail Trail and west approach to Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park. All proceeds from … more
Over the Mother’s Day weekend, a group of Marlborough artists, collectively known as the Marlboro Arts Coalition [MaArCo], opened their studio doors to the public, giving them a glimpse of … more
The Town of New Windsor held their annual Memorial Day Parade on Sunday, May 21, marking the beginning of the summer season. Prior to the fun and festivities, community members and veterans gathered … more
Town of Newburgh residents attended the final public hearing of the project known as Unity Place Warehouse, last week, still bringing forth concerns about the traffic and neighborhood impacts. … more
After two years of “virtual” running, the annual Safe Harbors 5K race returned to Broadway this past Sunday, drawing more than 100 runners, and raising funds for Safe Harbors of the … more
“I care more about this article than any national news story,” wrote Assemblyman Brian Maher (R-Walden) in an email to the Wallkill Valley Times on Tuesday. “This is my home. People … more
Saying he couldn’t commit the time necessary to be a full-time Supervisor in the Town of Shawangunk, Councilman Adrian “Binker” DeWitt pulled out of the race Sunday in a Facebook … more
After news broke that the Crossroads Hotel in Newburgh was housing a busload of asylum seekers last week, a family-owned wedding venue began to receive negative calls and emails asking why they were … more
After working for years on receiving a grant for more space, the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley is excited to announce the construction of a brand new, 40,000 square-foot distribution center in the … more
Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties is honored to extend a special invitation to all veterans for the upcoming Veterans Celebration. This event, dedicated to honoring and recognizing the … more
On May 17, the Montgomery Nursery School Three Year Old Class participated in a Trike-a-Thon fundraiser for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. The Village of Montgomery Police close the road … more
The Gardiner Library and Wild Ones Mid-Hudson Valley are hosting a native plant sale to complement the library’s new pollinator garden on Saturday May 27, 10 a.m. -12 p.m. These small … more
Artist Rachel Williams will “set up shop” in Mindy Ross Gallery on Friday, May 26, from 12 to 5 p.m. During this timeslot, she will display the materials and tools she uses, and then she … more
The Middle Hope Fire Department celebrates 75 years of active service in the Town of Newburgh and long-time department members and company accomplishments were recognized and honored on Saturday, … more
Studio 89 in Highland welcomes an exhibit called “Secret Lives” featuring new paintings by Marsha Massih, an award-winning oil painter from the Hudson Valley. The exhibition will run from … more
Milton Artist Barbara Masterson has found a new way to show her art to the world, by hanging her large format paintings on the sides of local barns. Masterson has long been fascinated by the local … more
After three years, the New Paltz Slave Cemetery has been identified and is now surrounded by a wooden fence and new signage. The cemetery was founded in 1780 and was initially known as the Abraham … more
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