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Voters in area school districts gave an overwhelming thumbs up on Tuesday to local schools districts, as spending plans were passed by wide margins. Pine Bush Pine Bush Central School … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District’s 2024-2025 School Budget of $360.4 million did not pass   at the conclusion of the polling period on Tuesday, May 21. The unofficial result … more
The Wallkill Central School District’s 2024-2025 Budget of $89.5 million passed on Tuesday, May 21 following the polling period. District Assistant Superintendent for Support Services Brian … more
Historian Alex Prizgintas has curated special programs for the Cragsmoor Historical Society throughout the month of May. Among these offerings is his renowned lecture on the Rondout Valley’s … more
Winners at the 3rd annual duck derby: 1st Place ($500) - #1406 Karen W. 2nd Place ($250) - #1377 Irena S. 3rd Place ($100) - #1163 Chris M. Random Duck Winners (4) of $25 Gift Card from … more
Last month, the Village of Montgomery board canceled the senior center extension for this year and residents are not too thrilled about the decision. During the village’s April 16 meeting, … more
Thirteen candidates, including incumbents, previous candidates, and newcomers, are vying for six seats on the Newburgh Board of Education in the election on May 21. In February, four board … more
Newburgh Free Academy West Campus students and members of the Garden Club of Orange and Dutchess Counties joined together on Friday, May 3 for an afternoon of planting in Downing Park. Students … more
  At its Monday, May 13 meeting, the Marlborough Town Board agreed to sponsor an application for funding for Milton’s historic Kent Farm from the state’s Restore New York … more
Highland School Administration and the School Board concluded their final budget presentation for the 2024-25 school budget last week. The proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year amounts to … more
The Walden Village Board, despite missing Mayor John Ramos and Trustee Ralph Garrison Jr., pressed on and discussed potential employee changes during its May 17 meeting, including amendments to job … more
Four candidates vie for four seats in Wallkill’s Board of Education elections slated for May 21. Incumbents Thomas Nafey, Donna Crowley, and Thomas Frisbie seek re-election, while candidate … more
Voters will elect two members from six candidates to the Pine Bush Board of Education when they vote on the 2024-25 budget May 21. In addition to submitting biographical sketches, the candidates gave … more
New business Sub Rosa, owned by Allison Cannarsa-Barr, was welcomed to the City of Newburgh with a celebratory ribbon cutting on Thursday, April 25. Family, friends and city council members joined in … more
On Monday, May 13, County and educational leaders announced the signing of two leases at iPark 87 that will create an innovative workforce development hub intended to expand access by residents to … more
There are three school board candidates seeking seats on the Highland School Board- Mike Bakatsias, Jenn Becker and Ed Meisel. The trio are running unopposed and residents will be able to vote on … more
Two incumbents are running unopposed for two open seats on the Marlboro School Board. Their names will be on May 21 ballot, the same day that residents will vote on the $65,591,761 budget for the … more
The Village of Montgomery board, before getting down to business during its May 7 meeting, congratulated Autumn Strobach for being nominated as valedictorian for Valley Central High School’s … more
Assemblyman Brian Maher and Crawford Supervisor Charles Carnes gathered several county and state officials on Thursday, May 9 in the Crawford Senior Center with three goals: to understand why … more
The Milton Engine Company No. 1 recently held their annual Inspection Banquet at the Locust Grove Brewing Company.    Pastor David Stein, of the Lattingtown Baptist Church, … more
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