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Under the direction of Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus, the County’s Health Department in collaboration with its Medical Reserve Corps Unit (MRC), the Department of Emergency Services … more
A Newburgh man was taken into custody Friday evening after attempting to discard a stash of cocaine. On January 22 nd at approximately 7:40 p.m., City of Newburgh officers were patrolling the … more
Supervisor George Meyers has announced that the Town of New Windsor Emergency Medical Services (Ambulance Corps) has been designated a provider for the COVID-19 vaccine by New York State. “I … more
On Saturday afternoon, a fire engulfed Walker Valley Auto and Truck Repair LLC, shutting it down until further notice. A spark from an electric welder set a truck ablaze. An employee attempted to … more
Sen. James Skoufis called for the dissolution of the Town of Montgomery Industrial Development Agency (IDA). This came after he saw Project Sailfish’s waiver request to use non-local labor for … more
Maybrook is getting ready to adopt a negative declaration of impact on developer Galaxy Limited’s Environmental Assessment Form (EAS) for property it wants to develop for warehouse use along … more
“[I’m] not sure the board can approve three potential warehouses, each with two bays,” said Richard Hoyt, attorney for the Town of Montgomery Planning Board. Last week the … more
Pine Bush Central School District Superintendent of Schools Tim Mains returned to work on Wednesday following a three-month medical leave of absence. Mains had been out since Oct. 14. On Oct. 6, … more
The Town of Shawangunk Democrats (TOSD) are interested in hearing from Shawangunk residents who are considering running for local office and who would like to be endorsed by the TOSD in November … more
The Pine Bush, Wallkill and Valley Central School Districts returned to hybrid in-person instruction this week. Pine BushAfter a nearly two-month pause, the Pine Bush Central School District … more
At the end of November, the Catskill Aqueduct had to begin its 10-week long shutdown for scheduled repairs. This meant that the Town of New Windsor’s water customers would receive a blend of … more
On Tuesday, January 12 key stakeholders met for a press conference to call for more help from the community to reduce gun violence in the City of Newburgh, following a weekend with 28 shots fired. … more
Organizations across Newburgh went out into the community on Monday, January 18 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Although it wasn’t like in years past because of the pandemic, a number … more
After being appointed in July and elected in November of last year, town councilman Anthony LoBiondo was officially sworn in during this month’s town board meeting. He was sworn in via Zoom … more
Michelle Hook, Danskammer Energy Director of Public Relations, said she would like to correct much of the information that has been put forth about their proposed new power plant in the Town of … more
On January 14th long-time newspaperman Craig McKinney passed away due to complications from a stroke. He was 79. McKinney (born Thomas Craig McKinney) was born in Hohokus, New Jersey on November … more
The Highland Hose Company knew they could not host a large gathering during the pandemic to honor their own as they have for many years, but instead scheduled a small gathering at the fire house last … more
Senator Mike Martucci (R, C, I – New Hampton) Saturday was sworn into his first term in the State Senate during a combined in-person and virtual ceremony that occurred in the auditorium of the … more
One day after Gardiner reported its first Covid-19 related death, the town board unanimously passed a resolution to protect its most vulnerable residents from potentially contracting the dangerous … more
Ulster County Comptroller, March Gallagher, has announced her bid for re-election. According to her financial filing this week, she has raised over $14,000 this filing period to fund her campaign and … more
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