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Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Town of Newburgh Supervisor Gil Piaquadio issued the following statement on Friday after being informed by New York City Mayor Eric Adams that the City … more
Safe Harbors hosted its 11th annual City of Newburgh Cleanup on April 22, which, this year, coincided with the annual celebration of Earth Day. more
Marlboro Elementary School held its first-ever autism awareness color run on April 22 at Cluett Schantz Memorial Park. The slightly messy but family friendly event, co-sponsored by the Marlboro … more
On Sunday morning, April 23, a portion of the Old Indian Trail town roadway in Milton collapsed and slid down a steep hill towards the CSX railroad tracks. The town immediately closed the road going … more
While many current Town of Plattekill officials and town residents were shocked and dismayed at the prospect of the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency (UCRRA) considering a county landfill in the … more
Nine new trees in freshly dug pits, with help from the City of Newburgh Department of Public Works, will now call Upper Broadway their new home. Members of the Conservation Advisory Council, Outdoor … more
After a year of construction and anticipation, Newburgh Free Library administrators, staff and community supporters gathered on Thursday, April 27 and celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony the … more
The New Windsor Planning Board approved to set a mandatory public hearing for a new U-Haul self storage facility along Route 32. The project proposes a 47,433 square-foot self-storage building … more
The Valley Central school board approved the proposed 2023-24 budget of $125,850,000 at its April 20 meeting, following discussions at its April 17 meeting. The school district will receive a … more
Last week Pine Bush High School went into lockdown after a false report was made to Orange County 911 about a shooter in the school. Police forces swiftly found out that this call was made by a … more
Christie DeBoer, Executive Director of the Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT), discussed the benefits of preserving farmland in the Hudson Valley and the land trust’s role in the process with … more
Walden’s Firehouse became a barber shop last Saturday as Hudson Valley St. Baldrick’s held their sixteenth annual head-shaving event. At the event, volunteers got their heads shaved … more
Come to the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall at SUNY Orange on Tuesday, May 9 for a two-hour session of jazz starting at 1:30 p.m. The Anatomy of a Jazz Quartet is a master class … more
Author Ronald F. Eustice wasn’t born in Montgomery, but he has for sure become the expert after working on his new book: “The Story of Julius Schmid & Beaver Dam Stock Farm: … more
The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) will capture birds in flight musically in a concert on Saturday, May 6 at 7:30 p.m. at Aquinas Hall on the Mount Saint Mary College campus in Newburgh. … more
Not every business is brick and mortar. In fact, nowadays, it isn’t unusual to be a fully operational business from home. The Business Council of Greater Montgomery recognized this, and did a … more
Rain or shine, staff and volunteers of Habitat of Greater Newburgh joined for the 24th annual Walk For Housing in the City of Newburgh. The event welcomed over 200 attendants over the course of the … more
With the Town Board and local residents vehemently opposed to a county landfill at two possible Plattekill locations mentioned in a report commissioned by the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency … more
Marisa McClinton believes it is critically important to stop hate and brutality in all its ugly manifestations and to that end, she has organized a community ‘Stop Hate Peace Event’ on … more
This year, the Marlboro Fire Department honored firefighter Frank Williams who has served his community for 50 years. NYS Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson began by praising the department. “I … more
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