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Milton welcomes brewery

The much anticipated opening of the Locust Grove Brewing Company took place on November 13 in Milton. Before the official ribbon cutting ceremony, a parade of tractors driven by local farmers came up …
Plattekill sets public hearing for towing law
The Town of Plattekill has scheduled a public hearing on the town’s first towing law for 7 p.m. on Dec. 1. The Town Board heard comments on the draft version of the law at its Nov. 17 …
Highland school trustee receives Excellence Award Susan Gilmore recently received an Excellence Award from the Mid-Hudson School Study Council [MHSSC] for her service on the Highland School Board. She has been a member of the board since …
Marlboro presents 1,000 Book Club Award Retired Marlboro Teacher Celeste Ricciardone still has her hand in educating students through the 1,000 Book Club; a program that is a partnership between the Marlboro Faculty Association and the …
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Hazel Rose Bakery opens in Marlboro

Last week Jordan Polumbo opened her Hazel Rose Baking Company at 1447 Rte. 9W suite 2 in Marlboro. She grew up in Marlboro and later attended SUNY Delhi in 2012, earning a BA in Culinary Arts. She …

Highland Scouts support Food Pantry

On Tuesday, November 16, the scouts of both Troop 70 and Pack 70 were busy collecting and counting food items as part of their annual “Scouting for Food” Program. Over 2,791 food items …

Beloved Camp Wendy may soon be closed

Camp Wendy, a beloved Girl Scout Camp located in Wallkill and donated by the Borden Family, is the possible latest casualty on the chopping block for the Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson. Camp Wendy …

Marlboro approves asbestos abatement

The Marlboro School Board was recently made aware of a few building related items that are in need of attention. It has been known for several years that there is asbestos across the staging area …
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Lloyd honors those who served

American Legion Post Commander Terry Elia opened this year’s Veterans Day ceremony by asking for a prayer from the Legion’s Chaplain Joseph Cooper. “Eternal Father of Heaven and …

Plattekill pays tribute to all Veterans in ceremony

On November 11, Plattekill Supervisor Joe Croce welcomed everyone to a special memorial service to honor all of the men and women, living and deceased, who have served their country in peacetime and …

County to run two vaccination pods

Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced that the Ulster County Department of Health will run two COVID-19 vaccination points of dispensing (PODs) next week, ahead of the Thanksgiving and Hanukkah …

Four generations get together in Marlboro

Anthony (Tony) Kraiza, Jr., 88, recently held a reunion with family members in Marlboro. He was reunited with daughter Kathy Kraiza Cunningham, her daughter Emily Heide, and Emily’s daughter …

Gardiner will have cannabis dispensaries

Cannabis dispensaries could open in the Town of Gardiner by 2023 after the Town Board decided not to opt out of allowing marijuana retail stores within the town at its Nov. 9 meeting. The board, …

Montgomery Chamber Music Series returns

The Grand Montgomery Chamber Music series returns from its COVID layoff with a live and in-person performance featuring the Shelest Piano Duo. The free concert will take place Sunday, Nov,. 21 at …

Non-residents asked to pay to park

In August of 2020, the Town of Lloyd Town Board passed a resolution approving Pay to Park for non-resident vehicle parking along certain points of Haviland Road and the parking lots located at 75 and …

Marlboro’s Monster Mash

Rain delayed some of the festivities, but the sun shined on the last day of October.

Marlboro High School is ‘Almost Maine’

The Marlboro High School Drama Club will be performing “Almost, Maine” in the Marlboro High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 4; Friday, November 5; and Saturday, November …