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The Ulster County Soil and Water Conservation District is holding their annual Pond Stocking Program so that local pond owners have a convenient way to purchase healthy and affordable fish. For this … more
The library building will be temporarily closed for essential construction on Sunday through Tuesday of next week. Creative Writers Group: Monday August 21, 11:30 a.m. Due to the ongoing library … more
Marlborough will develop a community climate action plan and greenhouse-gas inventory for its buildings following a resolution unanimously approved by the Town Board at its Monday, August 14 meeting. … more
Pastor Monique K. Newkirk recently celebrated her fourth year leading the Pentecostal Holy Joy Church of the Lord, located at 431 Freetown Highway in Modena. Newkirk said it was a difficult … more
The Town of Plattekill filled the long vacant bookkeeper’s position and announced it has begun advertising for a new recreation director. Supervisor Jennifer Salemo announced at the August … more
Community members and environmental advocates appeared at Newburgh City Hall on Monday, August 14 to voice their displeasure about the clearing of brush, grass and shrubbery along the Newburgh … more
After five years of service as executive director, Mary Lou Carolan bids farewell to the Newburgh Free Library staff and the greater Newburgh community to pursue her next professional position. … more
William Walker, Anthony Grice and Kyle Conway were each honored at the 4th Annual Frederick Douglass In Newburgh Day for their service as educators and leaders within the Newburgh Enlarged City … more
The first step in what could be a long approval process for a dinosaur-themed park in the Town of Montgomery was taken last week, when the town board approved the sale of the property. It was a … more
With little to no public support for the plan, the Town of Montgomery has apparently abandoned a plan to increase the length of the town supervisor’s term of office from two years to four. … more
Anthony “Tony” Mantello is running for the Shawangunk Town Board as a Democrat and as a member of the Working Families Party. He got the Democratic Party’s nod for the Town … more
Walden’s Main Street could soon be adorned with portraits of a proud past - native sons and daughters who have served in the military. “Yes, we have some wonderful banners on our … more
Assemblyman Brian Maher (R,C-Walden) has been promoting his bill (A.7746), which would address the deficiencies in testing for and treating xylazine overdoses. Xylazine, commonly called … more
The New Windsor Planning Board welcomed back the project known as Yeshiva Ohr Naftoli for a required public hearing held and closed on Wednesday, August 9 at the town hall. Planning board comments … more
Despite some concerns about on-site consumption, the Lloyd Town Board has given their consent to a cannabis grower showcase this fall at Minard’s Farm. Jason Minard appeared before the … more
At its bimonthly meeting on Monday, August 7, the Marlborough Planning Board got a preview of plans to significantly expand Milton’s Buttermilk Falls Inn and Spa Complex.   The … more
The Hudson Valley Rail Trail Association (HVRTA) and artist Susan Togut welcome the public and residents of the Town of Lloyd to partake in a series of upcoming community workshops where residents … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger last week signed the “Drag is Not a Crime Act” into law, and was joined by the law’s sponsor, Legislator Peter Criswell (District 7- City of … more
On July 16, the Memorial United Church of Modena celebrated one year of their monthly Waffle Church meetings. It’s a time of prayer, songs stories and fellowship along with maple syrup and … more
Christine M. Bello, lifelong resident of the City of Newburgh, announces her bid for the City Council At-Large seat this coming November in the general election. The bid for a council seat sees … more
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