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Father Gregoire Fluet, Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministry for Mount Saint Mary College, has been named interim president of the college. The appointment followed the stepping down of President … more
The Newburgh City Council last week announced that 20 local small businesses will receive direct cash grants of up to $10,000 through its Small Business Grant Assistance Program. The twenty … more
Roxie Royal, Sadie Tallie and Lillie Howard will be honored on Saturday, September 30 by the Newburgh Highland Falls NAACP Chapter at their Freedom Fund Banquet. The celebration of these three … more
A former dry cleaner at the entrance to Colden Park could soon be serving up Jamaican cuisine. The Town of Newburgh Planning Board did not come to a determination to hold a public hearing for … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board voted to set a public hearing for October 19 for the Matrix I-84 Warehouse project located along Route 17K. The planning board also approved Part II of the … more
Last Thursday a new Peace Pole was dedicated at the Highland Rotary Centennial Garden on the Hudson Valley Rail Trail in memory of Donna Deeprose [1940-2022]. The Peace Pole contains the phrase … more
Work is proceeding on Marlborough’s Community Recreation Center – and on September 25, the Marlborough Town Board approved a resolution allocating $41,275 to be spent on new exterior … more
Even though the Highland branch of Community Action has shuttered its doors and been moved to Ellenville, it did not stop a few dedicated staff, in partnership with Sullivan County, along with Ulster … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger has announced that the County’s Department of Emergency Services has coordinated a multi-agency emergency exercise to be held at the campus of Woodland Pond … more
In the quaint hamlet of Clintondale, nestled within the Hudson Valley’s picturesque landscapes, lies a historic church that has stood for two centuries. The Clintondale Christian Church, though … more
Recently B. J. and Patricia Mikkelsen invited people to their home and urged them to consider joining the Highland Rotary, saying it is all about friendship, love and service above self, stressing … more
The Village of Walden’s September 19 board meeting featured in-depth public comments regarding the village’s police department, including criticism of the department’s enforcement … more
During its September 21 meeting, the town board of Crawford held a public hearing on a proposal for turning Crawford into a coterminous village town, providing residents with information and the … more
Larry Kraus, a long-time local resident and former owner of the Hudson Valley Auto & Tire Center in Walden, sold his business to new owners Hussain and Saba Hussain in late August after 36 years … more
Having successfully overcome one legal challenge from the Awosting Club, the town of Gardiner is now prepared to pursue further legal action against the glamping facility. The Supreme Court of … more
Despite ongoing rain showers, the Weekend of Wallkill celebration returned for its ninth year on Saturday, September 23. Families and residents of the hamlet and surrounding areas browsed homemade … more
Newburgh Enlarged City School District educators, teaching assistants and supporters marched to the Newburgh Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, September 12 seeking a new contract. The march … more
Newburgh teacher Richard Desiderio was suspended with pay by the Newburgh Enlarged City School District on Tuesday, September 12 following a 7-1 vote. In addition to the suspension, Desiderio has … more
The Newburgh Free Library welcomes Ben Gocker as its newest executive director following the departure of previous executive director Mary Lou Carolan. Gocker, who first joined the library staff in … more
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