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Last week, Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak presented Shelly Collins, owner of Hair Craft Salon, with a trophy to acknowledge her Holiday Window Display as the best in town for this holiday season. … more
County Comptroller March Gallagher released a follow up audit last week finding that Ulster County earned an additional $4.21 million as a result of reallocation of investments since the … more
A holiday party was held recently at Valley Vista, an Adult Assisted Living Center in Highland. Administrator Theresa Daley said at a number of holiday events she invited singers to perform. … more
The Marlboro Arts Coalition, known as MaArCo, held a holiday showing at the Kent’s Locust Grove Brewery in Milton on December 17. MaArCo’s Treasurer Jerry Wein said a lot of people … more
The Town of Lloyd recently contracted their ambulance service with the New Paltz Rescue Squad that will start on January 1, 2024 at an annual cost of $600,000. CEO Matthew Goodnow said they will … more
  Last week Stephen DiLorenzo won another five year term as a Highland Fire Commissioner, with 173 votes to challenger James Balint’s 57 votes. DiLorenzo said this was the first time … more
The Marlborough Planning Board examined an application for a lot-line change as well as a proposal for a four-lot subdivision at its Monday, December 18 meeting at Town Hall.   The … more
National Wreaths Across America Day took place at over 4,225 participating locations across the country, including Arlington National Cemetery and New Paltz Rural Cemetery, on Saturday, December 16, … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Emergency Services Commissioner Peter J. Cirigliano are advising residents that the Wallkill and Neversink Rivers and Moodna Creek could crest overnight, … more
Adam Litman, Lloyd’s Water & Sewer Administrator, met with the Southern Ulster Times to talk about the new water tank, its $2.5 million price tag and an update on its current status. It was … more
    By state law, cannabis businesses can set up shop throughout New York – but local municipalities can regulate just where they can do so. At its Monday, December 11 … more
Plattekill Deputy Supervisor Dean DePew Sr. insisted at the Town Board meeting on December 7 that the proposed local law banning motor vehicle racing is not “a done deal by any means” and … more
The Marlboro-Milton Lions Club gave a presentation at last week’s Marlboro School Board meeting to honor students who participated in their International Peace Poster Contest. Ella Loupe was … more
The Village of Montgomery, the Osborn-Fitzsimmons American Legion Post 521, and the Dusenberry-Flannery VFW Post 2064 gathered in the Powell’s Landing Pavillion last Thursday, December 7 at 10 … more
Residents and officials of the Village of Montgomery, despite dealing with chilling downpours and muddy shoes, arrived at Railroad Avenue last Sunday, December 10, and donated loads of toys to … more
The Ulster County Legislature voted Wednesday to approve the 2024 Ulster County Operating Budget submitted by Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger with minimal amendments – giving the green … more
On Tuesday December 12, Highland residents will have the opportunity to vote for one of two candidates who are seeking a five-year term on the Board of Fire Commissioners. Voting is scheduled from 5 … more
The ongoing review of an application for Stralow Farm, a short-term rental on Lattintown Road, dominated most of the Marlborough Planning Board’s December 4 meeting.   Owners … more
  Last week New York State Senator Michelle Hinchey [D-NY41] held a town meeting at the Hudson Ale Works in Highland. Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson [D-NY104] joined her and together they … more
  About 100 people turned out for the Town of Marlborough’s annual Blue Light Tree Lighting Ceremony, held Sunday, December 3 at Marlborough Town Hall.   This was the … more
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