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The Department of Public Works (DPW) announced today that the Ulster County Pool, located at 241 Libertyville Road in New Paltz, will be closed for the season due to ongoing water loss issues. … more
There was an empty chair at the Pine Bush school board meeting Tuesday, June 25. Pine Bush Superintendent Brian Dunn was not in attendance. Board president Gretchen Meier began the meeting by … more
The Newburgh Targeted Home Improvement Program (T-HIP), a newly announced program from RUPCO, provides financial resources to assist low to moderate-income homeowners in the 12550 zip code with home … more
The community is becoming greener as the Plattekill Planning Board continues to make progress on developing a solar project in Highland. Carson Power — a company building solar and storage … more
Last February, residents of North Orange County and South Ulster County were outraged after discovering that Bloomingburg’s sewer treatment plant was dumping semi-treated wastewater into the … more
The Newburgh Board of Education held a special meeting on Sunday, June 30, during which three superintendent contracts were approved following board votes. Several board members and members of the … more
The Town of Montgomery planning board generally evaluates projects both modern and cutting-edge, from distribution facilities to solar farms. Last Monday, June 24, the board began a review process … more
Residents of Newburgh and visitors to Downing Park are invited to the final weekend of Arts in the Park on Saturday, July 6 for an afternoon of creativity, community and connection with the park. … more
During the Village of Montgomery’s June 18 meeting, the board passed a resolution that changed how it evaluates bids, learned about the Town of Montgomery’s drug prevention coalition, and … more
The fourth annual Juneteenth Celebration in the City of Newburgh welcomed families to Downing Park for food, family fun and local performances for the community to enjoy. The celebration, held June … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger announced Monday the launch of “Safe Start to Summer 2024,” a three-week road safety campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of speeding and … more
At last week’s meeting Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak updated the board and the public on the status of the Highland Hamlet Streetscape project. He noted that the town has received a grant from … more
The board approved a resolution that raised a number of fees in the fee schedule for escrow accounts: the initial deposit per lot for a Lot Line realignment/revision from $250 to $350; the initial … more
SUNY New Paltz President Darrell P. Wheeler and Kingston Mayor Steve Noble have announced that “Sojourner Truth: First Step to Freedom, 1826,” a bronze statue of the 19th century civil … more
Residents of Walden mourn the loss of their most beloved citizen: Anita Vandermark, a long-time Waldenite who passed away at 92 years old on Saturday, June 22 at the Garnet Health Medical Center. For … more
The Hemmings Motor News Great Race, throughout its four-decade history, rarely revisits a town or city within a short time frame. The Village of Montgomery shattered this expectation, however, as … more
The West Point Band will present its annual Independence Day Celebration with fireworks on Saturday, July 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Trophy Point Amphitheater. In case of inclement weather, this outdoor … more
The 159th Newburgh Free Academy Commencement ceremony celebrated more than 600 graduates on Tuesday, June 25. The event included words of reflection, a special presentation by paratroopers from West … more
Last week the Marlboro Central School District held its 88th Commencement Ceremony to honor 154 students that made up the Class of 2024. The class processed out onto the football field to the music … more
Last week the Highland School district graduated 129 students in the Class of 2024. High School Principal Dr. Kevin Murphy welcomed everyone to the graduation ceremony. Dr. Murphy urged the … more
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