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Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced the formation of the Ulster County Vaccine Distribution Coalition. Led by Dr. Marc Tack, an infectious disease specialist with more than 20 years of medical … more
Jacob Johnston, 12th grade scholar at Newburgh Free Academy’s Main Campus is a semi-finalist for the 2020 National Merit Scholarship program. After graduating from Newburgh Free Academy, Jacob … more
Honor Roll Grade: 6Kaila Allen, Destiny Amaraweera, Aleksander Brown, Nalyah Campbell, Lorenzo Caserto, Aiden Cummings, Alexandria Garay, Angelina Lewis, Allyana Lioi, Carter Randazzo, Mar’kis … more
Major General Raymond F. Shields, the Adjutant General for the State of New York, announces recent promotions for members of the New York Guard state defense force for their continuing commitment to … more
On Friday evening Santa Claus made an special appearance at the Hudson Valley Rail Trail parking lot off Haviland Road in Highland. Parents brought their children in the family car, got in line, and … more
Highland School Business Manager, Lissa Jilek, reminded the board that last December they were introduced to a brief Long Range Financial Plan that she has renamed the District Economic … more
A new study suggests that Newburgh’s history of water contaminants could place its residents at a higher coronavirus risk. It’s been discussed that more severe effects of COVID-19 … more
Genesis Ramos, the City of Newburgh’s Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) Consultant, presented her final report on her findings from over the last five months, and included … more
Every year people grab their heaviest coats, gloves and hats to gather outside to see their cities (or towns) tree lighting, however, this year most lighting ceremonies aren’t happening in … more
An Orange County hotel operator and long-time supporter of veterans causes has stepped up with a major donation to help pay tribute to the courage and sacrifice of heroes who will be recognized as … more
NYSEG is preparing forthe potential of heavy snow, which is expected to move into portions of its service area Wednesday evening. The storm is expected to have varying impacts in the … more
On Saturday, the annual Old Fashioned Holiday in the Village of Montgomery looked a little different from past years. One of the main differences was that an outdoor boutique took place during … more
On Dec. 7, a Town of Shawangunk Highway Department employee tested positive for COVID-19. The employee was in the office with other employees, forcing them all to be quarantined. At … more
Jody Rohr, a parent in the Pine Bush Central School District, expressed frustration with the district’s decisions and leadership during public comment at the last two board of education … more
While the name may not be on the tip of everyone’s tongue, anyone who has even driven through the five-corner intersection in Bullville knows the Stonehenge Market. The building with the bull … more
A high-speed chase through portions of Orange nd Ulster Counties led to two arrests and a damaged police car early Saturday. On December 12, at 9:26 a.m. a state trooper from the Ellenville … more
The Town of Montgomery Industrial Development Agency (IDA) unanimously approved a new Uniform Tax Exemption Policy (UTEP) at their meeting last Tuesday night. By law, every IDA must have a UTEP … more
On Friday, the Orange County Legislature presented the Police Chief’s Association of Orange County with a $10,000 check, which will benefit Hope Not Handcuffs Hudson Valley. Hope Not … more
Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County’s 4-H Youth Development Program is collaborating with Rockland and Livingston Counties on an exciting project that will be offered virtually on a … more
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