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For the past 11 years, St. Augustine’s has hosted a Thanksgiving Feast free to the public.   Rich Gorres, who has been a volunteer at every dinner, said it was quieter this year … more
Several months ago Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak stated that he would discuss with the board the idea of hiring someone to administer the town’s Affordable Housing Law along with the … more
  Amy Dooley opened Studio 89 in 2021 and has created a thriving artist run workspace, gallery and shop in the hamlet of Highland. Her studio has become a focal point for local artists who … more
Last Saturday afternoon, members of the Clintondale Fire Department, along with family and friends, gathered at the fire house to dedicate two Memorial Benches to long-serving former members Shirley … more
Senator Michelle Hinchey announced that her bill (S1792) to establish March 8 as International Women’s Day in the State of New York has been signed into law and will now be observed annually. … more
Members of Marlborough’s Town Board recently took a tour of the newly constructed Bayside apartment complex and returned with high praise for the units on display.   Their … more
Senator James Skoufis joined fellow legislators, organizations and voting advocates in a united call of support for S.3505B (Skoufis) / A.4282 (Paulin). The legislation, having secured passage in … more
Amazon workers, in collaboration with Teamster’s union and other allies, rallied and picketed outside Amazon’s SWF1 warehouse in Rock Tavern last Monday, November 27, protesting against … more
Although the Plattekill Town Board passed a budget that would increase the amount to be raised by taxes by 8.6 percent in 2024, the hot topic at Wednesday’s meeting was a public hearing on a … more
  The Marlborough Planning Board tackled a packed agenda at its November 20 meeting, approving a two-lot subdivision, holding two public hearings and taking a first look at three new … more
After a brief public hearing at its November 13 meeting, the Marlborough Town Board okayed a measure to alter the boundary spaces allowable between buildings on multifamily building sites greater … more
Last week Highland High School Principal Kevin Murphy updated the school board about a new video announcement/news program that is being developed at the high school. This is targeted to replace the … more
This year the Plattekill Library celebrates 50 years of service to the community. Recently, State Senator Michelle Hinchey presented the library with a Proclamation on behalf of ‘the Great … more
A large house, cottages, a lodge, a barn, and other structures sprawl across four separate lots at the end of Mount Rose Road – and owners Adam and Danielle Broza want to convert it all into a … more
Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak gave a progress report on the work being done at the Tillson/Toc/Vineyard intersection.   “They completed the paving last week from #2 Tillson, … more
Adam Litman, Town of Lloyd Water and Sewer Administrator, touched upon water loss of 6.7% that was highlighted in the town Engineer’s report.   “When we, as a town [and] a … more
The Clintondale Fire Department will honor the memory of two beloved community members with a special dedication later this month. On Saturday, November 25, at 3 p.m. the Clintondale Fire … more
This weekend Dancers from Gina Marie’z Academy of Performing Arts will present their ‘Holiday Ballet’ presentation, described as a family friendly show that includes singing, … more
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