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Jose Gomerez and Anthony Geraci were in the NYPD’s first graduating class of the 21st Century. The two were part of a large group that earned their badges in a ceremony at Madison Square Garden … more
A second forumn on homelessness and rent control in the City of Newburgh produced both words of encouragement and dire warnings last week. Deacon Donald Fryar, founder of the newly formed … more
Thirty four Hudson Valley residents spoke at the Aug. 23 public hearing on Danskammer Energy’s proposal to expand its fracked gas power facility. Not one supported the … more
Amid growing concerns about the increase of the Coronavirus and the Delta variant in the area, Dr Roberto Padilla, Superintendent of The Newburgh Enlarged City School District (NECSD) addressed the … more
Walden officials as well as Town of Montgomery residents gave mixed reviews of Falcon’s Rest during a public hearing at last Wednesday’s Town of Montgomery IDA meeting. Walden … more
The Wallkill Central School District unveiled its reopening plan on Aug. 19 which mandates mask wearing on school property. The 2021-22 school year will kick off on Sept. 8. Students will be … more
The Town of Crawford Democratic Committee has endorsed its candidates for the election on Nov. 2. Candace Scott and Lynda Rogers-Seeley will challenge incumbent Mike Menendez for two open seats on … more
“Your score is a zero,” said Justin Wood of Nugent & Haeussler as he presented the firm’s annual audit of the town at the Town of Montgomery work session on Thursday. In … more
Following discussions at several meetings, the Walden Village Board set a public hearing on Sept. 7 for opting out of allowing cannabis dispensaries and on-site cannabis consumption establishments. … more
The Business Council of Greater Montgomery presented a $2,700 check to the Humane Society of Walden on Aug. 9. Marissa Owens, the humane society shelter manager, noted that the money will go … more
The Gardiner Town Board began reviewing a draft outline of an updated Town Comprehensive Plan from consultant David Church that included comments from the public at an Aug. 3 meeting at the Town … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler, on Thursday, August 19, , announced the arrest of several individuals in connection with a long-term drug sale and possession operation. On August … more
Dr. Roberto Padilla, Superintendent of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District. was suspended from his job Friday night, following a three-hour closed door meeting  of the Board of … more
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds jet demonstration squadron will headline the 2021 New York Air Show on August 28th and 29th at Orange County Airport in Montgomery.  “We look forward to … more
County Executive Pat Ryan announced that the Ulster County Department of Health has released guidelines for the safe reopening of schools during the upcoming school year. In a series of guidelines … more
Following a “discouraging” turnout for its first special meeting to discuss the proposed community center on Aug. 11, the Town of Plattekill Board decided to seek additional input with a … more
At the August 4 Lloyd Town Board meeting developer Keith Libolt and his representative, surveyor Patti Brooks, were questioned about a sidewalk that Libolt had promised to construct several years ago … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) presented the Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library (SHHFL) in Milton with a grant of $60,000 on Monday. The funding will enable installation of a new child-friendly and … more
For the past several months the Lloyd Zoning Board of Appeals has been considering two variances for a Stewart’s Shop, that is proposed for the corner of Route 9W and South Chapel Hill … more
Supervisor Al Lanzetta said he recently met with Councilman Howard Baker and Meet Me in Marlboro Director Shelia Manesse on recommendations made by the Department of Transportation concerning traffic … more
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