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At Thursday’s Montgomery Town Board meeting, the board approved a contract with Vinnie Bagwell to create a conceptual design for a public art installation at the African American Cemetery. The … more
The Gardiner Town Board celebrated its final meeting of the year with a swift agenda filled with a handful of unanimous votes Dec. 8. “I for one will be happy to see this year come to an … more
With COVID-19 cases rising, more and more people are encouraged to stay put, similar to what was experienced in the spring. Some might have more free time than they did before and are wondering what … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus joined Orange-Ulster BOCES Chief Operating Officer William Hecht on Tuesday, December 22 to collect “Orange Cares” letters from the students at … more
It is no surprise by now that mostly everyone has had to find one way or another to shift to a virtual setting, including the Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center. However, the Center has risen to the challenge … more
Newburgh Firefighters  responded to a motor vehicle accident with unknown injuries Tuesday, Dec. 22  at 829 Broadway in front of Hurricane Grill and Wings. A second vehicle had … more
Firefighters from the Goodwill Fire Department in the Town of Newburgh were called to a fully involved car fire in a driveway of a Gidney Avenue address at around 4 a.m. When the fire was out, … more
The 7th annual Sparkle & Shine Holiday Decorating Contest is now closed. After wrapping trees and porches with lights, adding inflatables and wreaths galore, families within the Town of … more
The Hudson Valley Rail Trail has become a little bit cleaner with the removal of a significant amount of trash, metal, scattered debris, an old delivery box truck and even a decaying house trailer, … more
Tensions grew high at the Dec. 14 Town of Marlborough Board Meeting after Councilman Scott Corcoran noticed a theme in the Planning Board’s monthly department reports. “There’s … more
COVID-19 is this holiday season’s biggest Grinch – but just like that grumpy green grouch, it won’t stop Christmas from coming, said Fr. Gregoire Fluet, campus chaplain and director … more
Last Thursday evening, the Marlborough Police Department held their annual Blue Light Ceremony in front of the Police Station to honor the officers who were killed in the line of duty during the past … more
Sophia Hyun, Arnav Shah, and Redwan Arosh were recently named Commended Students in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Students are recognized for the exceptional academic promise … more
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: 6 Kaila 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 Profile. … more
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