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In a fourth budget presentation, Highland’s Business Administrator Lindsay Eidel addressed the district’s $1,764,430 deficit in the proposed 2024-25 budget, again noting that the two main … more
The Ulster County District Attorney’s Office and the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office announce the indictment and arrest of Ty Kobelt, 33, of Gardiner. The Ulster County District … more
The Lloyd Planning Board met on March 21 and found out that representatives of a mixed-use project, called the Views at Highland, had contacted the board via email at 2:30 pm that afternoon … more
The Clintondale Fire Department held its annual Installation Dinner at the Poughkeepsie Grand on March 16. Chief Phil Sabarese welcomed everyone to the dinner and presented a number of awards to … more
  After almost three months of weighty topics such as retail cannabis and protecting the ridgeline, the Monday, March 11 meeting of the Marlborough Town Board was free of controversy and … more
The last Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Plattekill was done in 2003 and new updates have been under way for a few years. Supervisor Dean DePew said Phase I of work on a new Comprehensive Plan … more
This year, Highland High School Social Studies Chair Christina Saylor has been teaching the Civic Readiness Program. She said this new class is an academic honor that students can earn from projects … more
Four proposals were the topic of the night for the Marlborough Planning Board at its March 18 meeting – including the approval of a subdivision application first submitted last August. … more
Members of Marlborough’s Planning Board got an update on last year’s proposal to build condominiums along Dock Road, near the Hudson River, and eyed a new application to construct a … more
At the past few meetings the Highland School Board and administration has been refining the budget for the 2024-25 school year. At this point the draft budget for next year, without going over the … more
Each year in late winter, the Lloyd Town Board receives a list of town roads from Highway Superintendent Rich Klotz that his department plans to work on in the coming year. It is called a 284 … more
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Ulster County Clerk Nina Postupack proudly presents the latest addition to the “Historical Profiles” series in partnership with Friends of … more
At a previous Marlboro School Board meeting Superintendent Michael Rydell discussed a year to year comparison of the overall budget with a rollover budget: in 2023-24 the approved budget was … more
B J Mikkelsen has been working for several years to bring a clothing shed to Milton. He recently succeeded.     The shed is located on the Mazzola Oil Service property near … more
Recently Basil Metz became an Eagle Scout at a special Court of Honor ceremony that was held at St. Gregory the Theologian Orthodox Church under Fr. Eric Tosi in Wappingers Falls. Eagle Scout is the … more
In celebration of its expanded Newburgh campus nursing program and the renovation of classroom and lab spaces to accommodate the additional students, SUNY Orange hosted approximately 60 community … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger has called on New York State Department of Transportation (NYS DOT) to conduct a thorough investigation into road safety of 44/55 where the Town of Plattekill is … more
A hit-and-run accident on Route 9W, Marlboro, near The Falcon, left two people dead on Friday, March 1. A State Police blotter entry lists the time as 9:23 p.m. The driver of one of the two … more
On February 24 the Hudson Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association held their 14th Subzero Heroes Polar Plunge fundraiser at Berean Park in Highland. All team participants braced … more
On Saturday, March 3, the Marlboro Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire at 91 Riverview Dr., at the Copart auto facility. The call came in at 9:25 a.m., prompting an immediate dispatch to the … more
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