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A new approach to elective selection at Valley Central High School was discussed at the board of education meeting Sept. 13. The district will implement an institute program at the high school … more
The Pine Bush Board of Education honored some of the district’s most accomplished students at their meeting on Sept. 14: those who achieved a perfect score on an AP exam last year as well as … more
Valley Central High School Co-Principal, Michael Conklin announced on Thursday, September 30, that Clare Barry has been named a Commended Student in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. A … more
Front porches decorated with the golden colors of autumn, bright orange pumpkins, a few with hay bales and tied corn stalks. Blue skies, brilliant sunshine, and Irish flag banners snapping in the … more
The 14th annual Heart of the Hudson Valley Bounty Festival took place on Saturday at the Cluett Schantz Park under a perfect sunny autumn afternoon. It was hosted by the agritourism organization Meet … more
On September 18 a somber memorial ceremony was held at the Cluett Schantz Park in Milton to remember 8 town residents and others who passed away due to the pandemic. Supervisor Al Lanzetta opened … more
On September 23, the Lloyd Planning Board approved the site plan for the Assisted Living Facility [ALF], that is slated to be built on Route 9W, opposite the Bridgeview Plaza by developer Owen Mark … more
Seven of God’s creatures and loyal companions of St. Mary’s parishioners received a blessing on Sunday, to honor the patron saint of animals. Immediately following the 11 a.m. mass at … more
Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack is pleased to announce the Matthewis Persen House Museum’s participation in the 2021 New York State Path Through History Weekend on Saturday, October 9 with a … more
Recently the Highland High School Class of 1976 held their 45th reunion at the American Legion Hall with 27 classmates in attendance. Patti Palladino was the driving force who put the event … more
Garrison resident, Emily Quant, is in her final week of training to set three new world records for sword balancing. The attempts will be in front of a live audience and accompanied by a fire … more
After last year’s forced hiatus due to the pandemic, the Walkway Over the Hudson’s 11th Starry, Starry Night Gala returned on Friday evening. This year the fundraising event was held at … more
Friends, relatives and concerned citizens gathered under a late afternoon sun on Saturday to remember a cab driver who was murdered during what police believe was a robbery attempt. On Thursday … more
On the morning of Saturday, Sept 25, several business owners along Liberty Street came into work that morning, to a yellow sticker in black lettering all uppercased, posted on their doors or windows. … more
With a slight breeze in the air, Senator James Skoufis presented the City of Newburgh Police Department with a $100,000 grant for upgrades to the city camera system and a new response vehicle … more
On Saturday, Oct. 2, women and supporters gathered in front of the City of Newburgh courthouse to stand with women in Texas and across the country in opposition to the Texas abortion laws. The … more
On Friday, Oct. 2, The Velocipede Museum, located at 109 Liberty Street, reopened to the public following its closure during the pandemic. Oliver Janvier, marketing specialist at Motorcyclepedia, … more
“It’s probably 95 percent complete in terms of its restoration,” said Don Chase of the Bluewater Property Group, during a presentation to the Town of Montgomery Planning Board last … more
School board officials in the Valley Central School District voted unanimously on Monday, September 27, to pass a resolution authorizing school district attorneys to take the legal action necessary … more
More than two months after Elizabeth A. Skinner was hired to replace Kelly A. Kelly as Walden’s Village Treasurer, debate over the appointment, and Walden’s very form of government, … more
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