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Software difficulties, inaccurate billing , excessive charges, inadequate training and staffing and lack of readiness were identified in a recently released investigative report on December 15 by the … more
An alleged drunk driver has apparently taken the life of an ambulance service worker. Ambulnz EMT Lisa Sillins of Newburgh died Wednesday, December 21 succumbing to injuries after being struck by … more
Residents of the Town of New Windsor joined together on Tuesday, December 20 to celebrate the lighting of the Hanukkah menorah located in front of Town Hall along Union Avenue. Music, dancing, hot … more
On Monday, December 12 a fire broke out at 301 Tower Avenue in Maybrook, a two-story residence that was home to several tenants. While everyone got out safely, the structure fire caused major damage … more
Last week Town of Montgomery Supervisor Brian Maher announced they had an almost finalized draft of an ambulance contract between them and the Town of Montgomery Ambulance Corps. The contract … more
The Gardiner Town Board honored retiring Town Clerk Michelle Mosher with a fitting tribute at the end of its December 13 meeting. The board voted unanimously to name the Town Hall’s meeting … more
William Hecht, Chief Operating Officer for Orange-Ulster BOCES, concludes a 40-year career of educational service and work at the end of the year 2022. “Forty years, it’s been just an … more
Software difficulties, inaccurate billing , excessive charges, inadequate training and staffing and lack of readiness were identified in a recently released investigative report on December 15 by the … more
Resorts World Hudson Valley, New York State’s newest casino, held its official grand opening on Wednesday, December 28 following a year of anticipation and construction. Over the course of … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced that Samantha Sweikata has been named the County’s acting Commissioner of General Services and Information Technology (IT). Sweikata … more
Margaret Melanson (Ellenville) and Arianna Moore (New Paltz) have been selected for the Chancellor’s Gallery Exhibition for 2023. Arianna Moore’s “The Apple and the Pear” and … more
Despite being postponed for a few days due to inclement weather, Monday night’s Highland Winter Concert was well attended by Superintendent Joel Freer, administrators, principals, friends and … more
The Wallkill community is strong with the holiday spirit this season. Many homes and several businesses decorated their sidewalks and front yards with a multitude of lights, giant inflatables, and … more
In 2008, a special section of the New Paltz Rural Cemetery was designated for the internment of Veterans and their spouses through a partnership with Ulster County. Veterans are eligible for burial … more
Opposition has mounted against a 30-site proposed campground at 501 Huckleberry Turnpike from residents who call themselves the Huckleberry Preservation Group. The members of the group appeared … more
On December 18, the first day of Hanukkah, Rabbi Yacov Borenstein, of the Chabad of the Mid Hudson Valley, held a small ceremony in honor of the season that lit the first part of a large Menorah in … more
The SUNY New Paltz School of Business will serve as an Innovation Hot Spot for the Mid-Hudson Valley and receive grant funding of $250,000 annually for five years, following Empire State … more
On Monday December 19, the Ulster County Legislature voted to replenish the Tax Stabilization Fund, appropriating $5,950,451 drawn from the current budget surplus as well as federal dollars allocated … more
The Marlboro Library has received a New York State Aid for Library Construction grant in the amount of $496,954 for an expansion and renovation of its community room and north side … more
A developer seeking to renovate the former Washington Street School is seeking a 15-year Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) from the City of Newburgh. The development group 191 Washington Street LLC … more
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