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Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh (HFHGN) announced on Thursday, April 18 that Mount Saint Mary College donated two properties for the construction of affordable housing for local families. … more
Newburgh Mayor Torrance Harvey traveled to the White House to discuss the City Council’s leadership on clean water initiatives at the National Water Summit on April 23. This visit marks Mayor … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Wednesday, April 24, 2024, Nicholle Hoke, 45, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, pled guilty in Orange County Court to Aggravated Vehicular … more
The Newburgh Free Library Town Branch at 181 South Plank Road, Suite #2 is officially open. The new location celebrated a grand opening on Monday, April 22 with members of the public, library and … more
Last week the Marlboro School Board unanimously approved a budget of $65,591,761 for the 2024-25 school year. This is an increase of $1,618,369 from the current school year’s budget. Board … more
Crawford residents crowded the town hall last Thursday, April 18 to learn about the current status of short-term rentals, properties that have sparked divisive discussion among owners and their … more
Rent stabilization in the City of Newburgh was struck down Friday, April 19 by Orange County Supreme Court Justice Timothy McElduff. The ruling determined that the city resolution passed on December … more
  The newly proposed changes to the Town of Marlborough’s Ridgeline and Steep-Slope protection code came back to center stage at a public hearing at town hall Monday night, April … more
Walden’s board of trustees faced a difficult decision during the village’s annual budget report last Tuesday, April 16: should funding go toward restoring Pleasant Avenue or replacing the … more
Last week a groundbreaking ceremony was held to mark the official start of the Silver Gardens senior housing project in the Town of Lloyd. It is located on a 5.3 acre parcel off Argent Drive, with … more
Maybrook and Campbell Hall each have them to grace the entrance to the community. Now, the Village of Montgomery may soon be getting a railroad caboose of its own. Mayor Mike Hembury and several … more
The Village of Montgomery board, after stewing over its budget review a few weeks ago, approved the 2024-2025 budget during its April 16 meeting, but not before some last-minute discussion. … more
Residents of Montgomery, Crawford and Region 8 grow weary of hazardous road conditions on Route 208, 17K, and 211, state routes riddled with cracks and potholes that have left many with damaged … more
Ulster County is thrilled to announce the launch of its trailblazing initiative, the Nature Bus, a new program that kicks off for Earth Week and runs through October 12. Spearheaded by Ulster County … more
It was a sparsely-attended meeting Monday as the Maybrook village board discussed receiving a grant to finance police department computer upgrades, an unsuccessful offer by a land investment company … more
Walden Heights, the area’s newest residential development for people fifty-five and better, celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting event on April 9, facilitated by the Orange County … more
J&G Law, LLP is excited to share that its team, including both attorneys and staff, enjoyed viewing the April 8, 2024, solar eclipse while safely equipped with solar eclipse glasses. We are proud … more
The Southern Ulster Rotary Club, a part of Rotary International, is a group of dedicated members who share the ideas of service, friendship, diversity, integrity and leadership. They believe in … more
The teen center at Walden’s Wooster Grove Memorial transformed into a shopping paradise last Saturday, April 21 during the Walden Council’s Spring Bazaar, an annual tradition in which … more
Though delayed by several weeks, New York State’s $237 billion budget was finally passed by the legislature this past weekend. Gov. Kathy Hochul, in her announcement, said It includes hundreds … more
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