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Last week Peter J. Christiano, Managing Engineer with Barton & Loguidice, gave an update to the Lloyd Town Board on their Pedestrian Improvements Project slated for the Hamlet. It is more … more
The Town of Plattekill is considering a social media policy to establish guidelines for postings by town employees. Supervisor Jennifer Salemo said during the Sept. 7 Town Board meeting that a … more
Johanna Contreras - Deputy County Executive under the Pat Ryan administration - was sworn in as Acting Ulster County Executive last week, having been designated by Ryan as successor prior to his … more
The New York Attorney General’s Office of Special Investigation (OSI) has opened an investigation into the death of Daniel K. McAlpin, who died on September 9, 2022, following an encounter with … more
With Pat Ryan stepping down as Ulster County Executive to head to Congress to represent NY19, the Ulster County Democratic Committee (UCDC) will select the Democratic nominee for County Executive who … more
The process to transform the Colden ruins site from an overgrow patch of trees and shrubs to a parkland has begun, with the Montgomery Town Board approving an archaeological and interpretive study of … more
When Walden Mayor John Ramos first announced that a 9-11 Memorial Service would be held in village square this past Sunday evening, he raised some eyebrows among some of his fellow elected … more
The Homestead Avenue sidewalk photos Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy has sent the N.Y.S. Dept. Of Transportation (DOT) are horrifying: huge cracks that run the width of the sidewalk between Jewel and … more
After seeing the devastation our country endured following the attacks on September 11, 2001, Sullivan County native Sharon Toney-Finch joined the Army in 2006 and never looked back. She soon headed … more
The Orange County Land Trust and the owners of Willow Hill Farm have finalized a conservation easement resulting in the protection of 152 acres of farmland in the Town of Montgomery. OCLT’s … more
Charles Wozniak may be a new Maybrook Village Trustee, but he is not new to public service in the village and the Town of Montgomery as well. At Monday’s village board meeting, Mayor Dennis … more
On August 4, 2021, the New York State Police at Middletown investigated a motor vehicle collision in the eastbound lanes of State Route 17 in the town of Wallkill between exits 118 and 119.  The … more
After a recent devastating fire severely damaged the northern pier at the Milton Landing, Supervisor Scott Corcoran gave an update on what is being done to repair the damage. The fire was caused by a … more
The Marlboro School Board unanimously approved Jenna Thomas as the Principal of the Elementary School at their last meeting. Her probationary period listed in the agenda began on August 19 and will … more
Governor Kathy Hochul has announced that after eight days of suppression efforts on the Napanoch Point wildland fire in Minnewaska State Park Preserve, the fire is now contained. The State Department … more
The Marlboro Chapter of UNICO recently held their annual tomato contest at the Benmarl Winery. In May, residents purchased seeds and by August all of the submissions were judged in a variety of … more
After beginning in the summer two years ago, RUPCO’s East End II development project in the City of Newburgh anticipates final completion by the end of 2022. RUPCO, an affordable housing … more
The Sears store in the Newburgh Mall has announced that it will be closing its doors after 43 years in the Newburgh community on Sunday, October 16. The announcement came via the Sears Newburgh … more
True Insight Inc., The Black History Committee of the Hudson Valley and City of Newburgh residents will honor longtime city resident and activist Sadie Tallie with a Lifetime Achievement award for … more
Applicants for several new and pending warehouse projects appeared before the Town of Montgomery Planning Board last week. Grunbaum Warehouses is seeking a special use permit and site plan … more
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