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Last week the Marlboro School District held a public hearing on their proposed $63,973,392 budget for the 2023-24 school year. The budget vote is scheduled for Tuesday, May 16 from 6am to 9pm in … more
The Highland School District has proposed a budget of $52,476,480 for the 2023-24 school year, which is an increase of $3.4million, or 7.10%, from the current school year. Revenues and expenses are … more
There are five school board candidates running for three available seats; Rhoda Antonia Uszenski, James Mullen, Karen Brooks, Jeffrey Hacker and James Kuha. The Southern Ulster Times reached out to … more
For residents of Marlborough and the wider art community in Ulster County, the acronym MOST signifies the Marlborough Open Studio Tour, and it is happening, for the second straight year, this weekend … more
Alan Barone is running for the Highland School Board, where he has served for 21 years and is currently the President of board. Barone said he is seeking a seat on the board, “to continue … more
Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus declared on Monday, May 8, a county-wide State of Emergency in response to the plan from New York City Mayor Eric Adams to send asylum seekers to Orange County. … more
Incumbents Carole Mineo, Mark Levinstein and William Walker will once again seek their seats for the Newburgh Enlarged City School District Board of Education alongside new candidates Ray Harvey, … more
Saint George’s Church in Newburgh will host a special Mother’s Day concert featuring The In Four Jazz quartet It will be something of a reunion for bassist Jesse Breheney, leader of the … more
Town of Newburgh residents from Summer Drive, Barbara Court and other surrounding streets came together at the Town of Newburgh Planning Board meeting on May 4 to voice their concerns about traffic … more
Ulster County Legislator Ken Ronk Jr. brought some encouraging news to the Shawangunk Town Board about the extension of the northern most section of a rail trail in the town. Ronk, who is also … more
Town of Shawangunk Hall was full last Tuesday as many residents and neighboring locals came to listen and to state concerns about a possible resort project planned for a 700-acre horse farm, Blue … more
The Montgomery town board, in accordance with local police, are revisiting a noise ordinance local law after receiving recurring complaints about noise. Noise issues have been circulating in the … more
Two candidates are running for two positions on the Pine Bush school board. The candidates are incumbents Kristi Kheiralla and Cara Robertson. Kheiralla has served on the board for two … more
Last Sunday was the Pine Bush Chamber of Commerce’s annual Main Street clean up in Pine Bush, and volunteers got to feel the sun as they swept, raked and shoveled parts of Main Street. … more
The Wallkill Central School District Board of Education will see four incumbents of the district seek their respective seats for additional terms. Incumbents Vincent Petroccelli, David Bartolone and … more
Four candidates are running for three positions on the Valley Central school board. The Wallkill Valley Times interviewed the candidates May 8. Two of the openings are for full, three-year terms … more
After rising concerns from residents about disturbances at a local park, the Town of Montgomery decided to close the gates an hour earlier. Riverfront Park is in the center of Montgomery, … more
At Valley Central, we work every day to create a school district that the community can be proud of – a great place for children to learn and grow and for our community to come together. On May … more
A proposed Town of Lloyd senior citizen housing project has been awarded a funding boost under a statewide plan announced Thursday by Gov. Kathy Hochul. The grant is part of a larger, $875 … more
On May 6, at about 7:22 p.m, the City of Newburgh Fire Department responded to 428 Liberty St. for a reported building fire. Upon arrival fire was observed venting out of a third floor window on … more
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