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Last Thursday a bipartisan coalition, led by State Sen. Michelle Hinchey and Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, announced temporary cuts of 16 cents per gallon through the state while Ryan and the … more
After several months in development, the Marlboro School Board has approved a $61,498,000 budget for the 2022-23 school year. With the recent passage of the New York State budget, Foundation Aid … more
On April 23 the Highland Educational Foundation sponsored a Spring Gala at Novella’s in New Paltz. Their Facebook page states that the Foundation, “assists with fundraising efforts that … more
Newburgh residents gathered on Friday, April 29 at the Shelter House in Downing Park for the unveiling and dedication of a marker for Newburgh native Andrew Jackson Downing. Orange County Historian … more
Recent online threats made against the Newburgh Enlarged City School District were addressed in a statement from the district superintendent to the students, parents, teachers and stakeholders. … more
After 37 years of service, New Windsor Deputy Police Chief Michael C. Farbent made his final walkout from the department, joined by his family, friends, and fellow officers. Farbent first joined … more
Former Orange County Legislator Christopher W. Eachus has announced his intention to run for the 99th District Assembly seat. “This is an important seat,” Eachus said to the crowd … more
Family, friends, community members, former students and athletes, colleagues, fellow teachers and supporters joined together on Monday, May 2 to celebrate the life and work of Dr. Ronald L. Jackson … more
In 2000, Karen Kaiser Sharp of New Windsor, opened the doors of her photography studio, Karen Kaiser Sharp Photography, on Main Street in Cornwall never knowing what her future might hold. Then two … more
A former Orange County resident and Walden Volunteer Firefighter is the first known American casualty of the war in Ukraine. Willy Joseph Cancel, 22, was killed Monday while working for a military … more
With no village treasurer and a deputy treasurer out on maternity leave, it fell to Walden Village manager John Revella to sharpen his pencil last week for the adoption of the 2022-23 budget. The … more
The Orange County Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting on May 19 to officially open its new headquarters in Maybrook. The chamber moved its headquarters from Goshen to Maybrook’s … more
The Montgomery Town Board heard from members of its Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) and the general public last week which sought to protect two critical watersheds within its … more
It will take a while to complete all the required processes but assuming all goes well with government approvals, Maybrook could have its first solar panel project, one that Pine Bush realtor Richard … more
To celebrate Arbor Day 2022, children from Walden Elementary and the Bruderhof Community gathered around a tree planted in James Olley Park to commemorate the late Samuel E. Wright on Thursday, April … more
Walden Savings Bank last week celebrated 150 years with two significant events that honored its history and its legacy of community-first services, and introduced the next era of digital … more
With a career in emergency medical services spanning nearly three decades, New Windsor resident Sarah Dineen is no stranger to the trials of working in the field. The impact of the job can often … more
After a two year hiatus due to the pandemic, the St. Joseph’s Day Dinner returned to St. Mary’s Hall in Marlboro last Saturday evening. This year marked the 32nd time the Italian Heritage … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh hosted in-person their 23rd annual Walk for Housing in an effort to raise funds and community awareness for affordable housing. The walking event raised … more
City of Newburgh residents partook in the 10th annual Newburgh Community Cleanup [NCC] day hosted by Safe Harbors of the Hudson during Earth Day weekend. The NCC is a city-wide initiative where … more
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