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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
In celebration of the 150th birthday of the Walden Savings Bank, the clock tower chime has been restored, playing Monday for the first time in more than 30 years. It will chime every hour between 8 … more
The Gardiner Open Studio Tour is an annual event that originated in 2013 showcasing some of the amazing local talent in Gardiner. After a two-year Covid break the Tour is back on the weekend of April … more
Last week, Highland Estates developer Sami Jamal returned to the Lloyd Planning Board to pitch proposals that are targeted for the Mack’s Lane and Route 9W area; a mixed use building with … more
Plattekill Town Board members mourned the loss of Councilman Larry Farrelly at the April 20 board meeting. Farrelly, who died on April 14, was the senior member of the five-person council. The … more
On Saturday April 23, the hamlet of Milton was packed with people of all ages celebrating the return of the Blossom Street Fair. The weather was cooperative and the mood was light. This event was … more
Last Sunday, the Marlborough community and state elected officials gathered at the Falcon Music Club to honor former Supervisor Al Lanzetta and Councilman Howard Baker. State Senator. James … more
The Newburgh City Council received a presentation from Scenic Hudson on current environmental and community project work in the City of Newburgh. Scenic Hudson, a grassroots organization here in … more
The Newburgh City Council approved the resolution to authorize the city manager to execute a site development agreement for the redevelopment of 120 Grand Street with the Genesis Group/ZWC Global … more
The last great work of acclaimed landscaped designers Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux was celebrated Saturday in Newburgh. People gathered in Downing Park, Saturday, to celebrate … more
For the past 16 years, Stacy Conley has served as the Animal Control officer in the Town of New Windsor and has no plans of slowing down any time soon. Conley is currently preparing for the … more
Orange County Historian Johanna Porr-Yaun will host an unveiling and dedication of a Pomeroy Historic Marker for the site of the former lands of Andrew Jackson Downing on Friday, April 29 in … more
Food Bank of the Hudson Valley’s plan for a massive warehouse in Montgomery received a huge boost Monday, when the award of a $10.7 million state grant was announced for the project. The … more
With a May 1 deadline to adopt a village budget looming, Walden Trustees have scheduled a special meeting this week (Wednesday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m.) in which they hope to adopt a spending plan for … more
Volunteers, families, local businesses and community members gathered at the Walden Fire Districton Saturday to celebrate the 15th Annual Hudson Valley St. Baldrick’s Festival. The event began … more
A proposed senior-veterans housing project will receive a tax break from the Town of Montgomery. The town board, last week, approved a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) agreement for an 80-unit … more
The Shawangunk Town Board has introduced a new local law that it hopes will spark more business opportunities along the Route 52 corridor between the hamlets of Walker Valley and Pine Bush. There … more
The Town of Gardiner is nearing the finish line in its quest to update its Comprehensive Plan. After more than a year of working with consultant David Church to update the plan for the first time … more
Building on its four-decade commitment to protecting and improving Minnewaska State Park, the Open Space Institute (OSI) announced that a restoration of the High Point Carriage Road at Minnewaska … more
On April 25  at approximately 2:20 p.m., City of Newburgh Police Officers were flagged down in the area of Renwick Street and South Clark Street for a robbery. Officers obtained a description of … more
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