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During the public comment session at the Montgomery Town Board meeting on Thursday, Feb. 18, residents urged the Montgomery Town Board to postpone voting on an amendment to their 2006 agreement with … more
At the Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9, Michael Pacella, assistant superintendent for business, presented next year’s rollover budget, which is a … more
Michael Bliss, Walden Recreation and Parks recreation coordinator, confirmed last week that the updates to the Walden Scout Cabin’s main meeting room have been completed. The cabin is located … more
Local first responders were put to the test Sunday to locate a 39-year-old intellectually-disabled Shawangunk man. The initial call was dispatched to the Town of Shawangunk Police Department a … more
On Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 5:42 p.m., firefighters from the Wallkill, Plattekill, Modena, Walker Valley, Shawangunk Valley, Pine Bush and Gardiner Fire Departments responded to a house fire at John and … more
Angela Terralavoro is the quintessential working parent, A guidance counselor at Wallkill Senior High School, she’s also a member of the Valley Central Parent Teacher Student Association … more
The Town of Gardiner residents were invited to a public meeting Saturday afternoon to learn more about their participation in the community-wide community choice aggregation program. The Feb. 20 … more
The national Honor Flight Board of Directors has recently decided to suspend all flights for all Honor Flight hubs nationwide through June 30, 2021. Hudson Valley Honor Flight (HVHF) is a 501c3 … more
Ulster County resident and attorney, David Gandin, has announced that he is running for Supreme Court Justice in the 3rd Judicial District. A seasoned trial attorney and public defender, Gandin … more
An Ulster Park based company Leprechaun Ventures, represented by Charles Wesley, has applied for two area variances with the Lloyd Zoning Board to construct a 2,400 sq/ft warehouse for the storage of … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks has promised there will be no increase in the 2021-22 school budget – holding the line at this year’s $58,363,438 budget. “I think … more
County Executive Pat Ryan delivered his second State of the County Address Tuesday, premiering live on Facebook. County Executive Ryan reflected on the resilience, compassion, and ingenuity our … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, Thursday, outlined a plan that establishes a pre-registration and prioritization list for all residents eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. With the announced … more
Members of the New Hurley Reformed Church in the Town of Plattekill have been busy lately, lending a helping hand to those in need. Every first Sunday of the month they bring food to the Loaves … more
The Highland Administration updated the school board and the public on the district’s five essential goals at their February meeting. Goal 1 states that the district has planned and … more
The City of Newburgh Police Department confirmed the identity of the deceased 7-year-old Newburgh boy as Peter Caucaus. Newburgh Police Department Lieutenant Kevin Lehar said they are continuing to … more
Early Feburary’s snow storm – the first big snow storm in some time – caused a number of illegal parking instances across the City of Newburgh. On Sunday, January 31 at 6 p.m. the … more
Just before the first eviction moratorium was scheduled to expire, Governor Andrew Cuomo placed an additional COVID-related residential eviction moratorium for some of 2021. The legislation prevents … more
The City of Newburgh City Council appointed lifelong Newburgh resident Joanne Matthews Forbes as the new full-time City Court Judge, following former Newburgh City Court Judge E. Loren Williams … more
Mary Lou Carolan is the Newburgh Free Library’s new director, which comes after the retirement of Chuck Thomas from the position. Carolan brings her unique background of non-profit management … more
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