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The Village of Walden board packed up and brought its meeting straight to residents on Monday, June 17 at the corner of East Avenue and Hill Street to discuss a situation of street-wide proportions: … more
Commissioners of the Highland Fire District, concerned about a potential shortage of first responders in the near future, are considering an option that’s catching on elsewhere: free room and … more
Jessica Dickinson officially began her tenure as the Town of New Windsor’s newest Director of Parks and Recreation on Monday, June 8. Dickinson was appointed as the recreation director during … more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), the Open Space Institute (OSI) and the Orange County Water Authority (OCWA) announced June 10 the permanent protection of 83 … more
A new law addressing short-term rental (STR) licenses was put up for the Shawangunk Town Board’s consideration at a recent meeting. The proposed piece of legislation defines an STR as … more
In a ceremony marked by the well-wishes of elected state officials, the Town of Marlborough cut the ribbon on its reborn Community Center on Wednesday afternoon, June 12.   Town … more
  Justin Pascale was chosen to be the Republican nominee for Town Justice, in a vote that took place at the Town of Marlborough Republican Committee’s 2024 caucus in which he edged … more
Assemblyman Brian Maher (R,C-Walden) announced that legislation establishing the Steve Nicoli Memorial Highway passed in both the Senate and the Assembly. Steve Nicoli lived a life of public … more
The Gardiner Town Board discussed how to best invest grant money in solar energy initiatives. During the June 11 meeting, Paul Keisler, a member of the town’s Climate Smart Taskforce, shared … more
The Sacred Places of My Ancestors (SPOMA) Committee is thrilled to announce the return of the highly anticipated 4th Annual Juneteenth Celebration. This family-friendly event, dedicated to … more
On June 6, the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Accreditation Council awarded the Town of Crawford Police Department a Certification of Accreditation. The New York … more
After a five-year hiatus, in part due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the Town of Lloyd Police Department is again sponsoring a Civilian Police Academy, which is being held on Wednesday evenings from 6 to … more
With every meeting completed, the Village of Montgomery’s Local Planning Committee reaches closer to its ultimate goal of downtown revitalization. Following its first meeting and workshop, the … more
The Hemmings Motor News Great Race, a national automobile rally over 40 years old, will make its second-ever pit stop in the Village of Montgomery next Thursday, June 27 at 11:30 a.m. on Clinton … more
Dignity, honor and respect were the core themes present at Hospice of Orange and Sullivan Counties’ veteran’s breakfast on June 12. Along with their friends and family, local … more
In honor of Pride Month, the Safe Harbors green will turn rainbow on June 23 as Safe Harbors of the Hudson hosts its first annual Pride on the Green celebration. To begin the day’s … more
The unofficial results of the 2024-2025 budget revote have resulted in the passage of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District’s proposed spending plan of $358.98 million. The runoff election … more
Newburgh district taxpayers will vote on a newly proposed $358.98 million budget on Tuesday, June 18. Residents had the opportunity to comment on the budget at a public hearing on Tuesday, June 11. … more
New Windsor Police responded to a reported stabbing at Silver Stream Trailer Park Friday afternoon. Officers, alongside State Troopers, were seen at the park's entrance while New Windsor EMS departed … more
Robert Cromie, 56, of Wallkill, was sentenced in Ulster County Court to 1⅔ to 5 years in State Prison by County Court Judge James … more
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