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At approximately 10:56 a.m. Thursday Jan 13, Town of Lloyd Police responded to a 911 call for a report of a male who jumped off the Ulster County side of the Mid-Hudson Bridge. An extensive search … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced details on a second state-run COVID-19 community testing site on the campus of SUNY Ulster. Starting Thursday, January 20, the site will be open to the … more
Following an impassioned plea by Gardiner Town Clerk Michelle Mosher that her office wouldn’t be able to process short-term rental applications during the busy tax collection season, the Town … more
The Falcon will be closed for a month beginning Friday, Jan 14. for one month, citing COVID cancellations. "After experiencing a long cycle of booking-promotion-cancellation-replacement bookings … more
The Orange County Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of their newest Chairman of the Board, Eric Maldonado, of Montgomery. Maldonado has been in the role of Vice Chair for two years … more
The board of directors at Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress today announced the appointment of Adam Bosch to be the organization’s next president and chief executive officer. Bosch, a lifelong … more
COVID-19 cases have surged in Orange County. The reported figures were recorded and updated on January 5 at 4 p.m. from the county. The Orange County Department of Health has reported 82,989 … more
Town of Gardiner residents are sharpening up the blades on their ice skates as they anticipate the debut of a new ice rink at the George Majestic Memorial Park. More than 10,500 gallons of water … more
Effective January 1, Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall (MSLC) has named Daniel J. Maughan, RN, FNP-c to lead as its President and Chief Executive Officer. Maughan has been MSLC’s President … more
Gardiner Library presents How to Make Lasting Dietary Changes with Dr. Leigh Ettinger on Wednesday January 19, 7-8 p.m. Dr. Ettinger will share insights into how to make lasting dietary changes … more
The music of Ravel and Piazzolla will fill the Montgomery air on Sunday for a free concert at the Montgomery Senior Center. Neave Trio has earned enormous praise for its engaging, cutting‑edge … more
A scheduled distribution of COVID test kits at the Marlborough Town Hall lasted only one day. On Sunday night, the town reported that the entire supply had been distributed. more
He asked. She said yes. On Saturday, Nov. 20, a pair of SUNY Orange graduates wove a celebratory thread into the Apprentice Players’ production of “Tragic Yarn: Tales of String and … more
The fire call came in to the New Paltz Fire Department at 4:35 p.m. on Sunday, December 19 of a structure fire in an attached garage that was engulfed in flames at 220 Plutarch Road, New Paltz. The … more
The Highland Public Library presents Create A Snowflake CD Craft. Snowflake CD craft kits are available through our curbside service until Thursday, December 23. Kits are limited to 10 and … more
Highland Public Library, a member of the Mid-Hudson Library System has recently completed their Sustainable Libraries Initiative Certification. The Sustainable Libraries Initiative (SLI) is an … more
The Lloyd Town Board promoted Officer Michael Roberto [L] to Detective at a salary of $76,931 and moved Kevin Doyle [R] from a part time to a full time Officer at a salary of $45,238 at the … more
National nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) announced that Modena Rural Cemetery (MRC) in Modena, NY will be joining in the effort to support the mission to Remember, Honor, Teach, as an official … more
Due to very recent changes in COVID-19 safety mitigation policies, the West point Holiday Show is now limited to Department of Defense ID cardholders and their dependents … more
The Plattekill Town Board meeting scheduled for Dec 1 has been canceled due to personal matters affecting two town board members. Two scheduled public hearings, on a proposed towing law and … more
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