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Marlboro High School held its 86th Commencement ceremony for the Class of 2022 out on the football field under a beautiful sunny blue sky. The Class of 2022 processed out onto the field to the … more
The Commencement Ceremony for the Highland High School Class of 2022 opened with the National Anthem, sung by gradating senior Ella Falco. Principal William Zimmer opened his address to the Class … more
The southern pier at the Milton Landing Park was closed a number of months ago by Building Inspector Tom Corcoran because some construction items and inspections had not been completed. He said he … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced last week that Ulster County is allocating American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding and Opioid Settlement funding to bolster mental health supports in … more
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, visited Newburgh last Wednesday to officially open a new office for Catholic Charities at 280 Broadway. The office and center is located on the … more
The Newburgh Armory Unity Center honored educator, mentor and volunteer Linda Romano with the dedication and renaming of the Scholars in Scrubs classroom to the Linda Romano Healthcare Education … more
Reaction was swift, and predictable to Friday’s Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling that made abortion legal in this country nearly 50 years ago. It was … more
More than 50 fire companies, hundreds of firefighters and dozens of pieces of fire apparatus passed through the streets of Wallkill on Saturday for the Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s … more
The Lloyd Town Board approved a resolution 4 -1 that will allow developer Dan Gueron to continue moving forward on his proposed 166 home development project known as Falcon Ridge off of Upper North … more
Last week the Marlboro school board listened to an Essential School to Watch presentation that was led by Marlboro Middle School Principal Debra Clinton. She said the program promotes continuous … more
Kids and adults alike have been captivated by the endless fun of LEGO since the 1930’s. In the present, LEGO is still going strong, releasing countless new sets every year. Collaborations with … more
Political newcomer Bill Kras was sworn in to replace the late Larry Farrelly on the Plattekill Town Board at the board’s June 15 meeting at the Town Hall. Farrelly passed away on April 14 … more
This month the Adonai Masonic Lodge #718 in Lloyd held a ceremony under the direction of Richard Kessler, Grand Master of Masons for New York State, to acknowledge the lodge’s 150th … more
The Orange County Land Trust (OCLT) has announced plans to acquire over 300 acres of land comprising a significant portion of Sugar Loaf Mountain in the Hamlet of Sugar Loaf within the Town of … more
Last Thursday, the Highland High School Music Department presented their Spring Concert that included performances from their Jazz Ensemble, A Capella, the Choir and the Concert Band. Dan Shaut … more
Last week Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak questioned reporting in the Southern Ulster Times concerning the town’s proposed sidewalk project in the hamlet. Seeking clarification, he released a … more
After a ten year absence, the Highland School Board voted unanimously last week to reinstate the Student Resource Officer [SRO] program in the district, starting this fall. During the public … more
On Monday evening the Marlborough Town Board declared June Pride Month in honor of the LGBTQ community. The board took it a step further by making sure that every June in the future would be named … more
Primary Election for enrolled members of the Democratic and Republican party will take place on Tuesday, June 28, and poll sites throughout the County will be open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Orange County … more
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