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 Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced this evening that crews are continuing the battle to put out the  Napanoch Point Fire in Minnewaska State Park Preserve and working on … more
In the space of a few weeks, two fires occurred at the northern Milton Pier. The second one on August 17 resulted in the closure of the pier itself. Milton Assistant Fire Chief Gael Appler Jr, … more
Town of Plattekill officials are expecting that the contents of six mysterious barrels in the town’s transfer station will be tested soon so the barrels can eventually be removed. Councilman … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks moderated his final School Board meeting last week that was held in the new music room at the Middle School. Brooks sat down with the Southern Ulster Times … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board approved the installation of a new water storage tank at a cost of $2,525,000 that will be financed by a bond. Supervisor Dave Plavchak said the board awarded the … more
Newburgh residents and visitors carrying change to pay the meters has now become a thing of the past, with new parking pay stations now in operation The new meters feature a Pay by Plate system, … more
The Newburgh Town Board will return for another special at 1 p.m. on Monday, October 3 at the town hall to further address the Hudson Valley Hotel and Conference Center site at 90 Route 17K that was … more
Local grassroots organization For The Many [FTM] hosted a community block party in Downing Park to meet and reconnect with community members and to share information on their newest local campaign … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Tuesday, August 23, Ryan Veloce, age 32, of Montgomery, was sentenced to 25 years to life in state prison, the maximum sentence he … more
It sits tucked away in an ever-thickening wooded area, but the skeleton of the famed Colden mansion could once again be pushed to the forefront in the Town of Montgomery. Lauren Tarsi of Qualis … more
New York State’s new concealed weapon law is set to go into effect September 1, effectively requiring local establishments to post signage stating whether or not they allow customers to carry … more
Declaring that a path still exists for the Village of Walden to opt into the new Town of Montgomery Ambulance District, the Montgomery Town Board its preparing to issue a request for proposals (RFP) … more
Maybrook is in mourning. Its beloved Church of the Assumption will see its last Mass celebrated Jan. 8, and the Homestead Ave. property, comprised of Rectory, stone church and church hall, will face … more
The discussion of electric car charging stations came before the New Windsor Planning Board on Wednesday, August 10. Proposed electric car charging stations would be located at the Amazon facility … more
The Newburgh Arts and Cultural Commission [NACC] met on Monday, August 15 to discuss a National Endowment for the Arts [NEA] grant for the anticipated work on several proposed art installations in … more
Residents of the greater Newburgh area joined together at the Newburgh Free Library on Thursday, August 11 for a community discussion on the proposed Danskammer fracked gas plant. The Danskammer … more
Early voting has already begun for the Orange County Democratic Primary that will take place on Tuesday, August 23 to choose a candidate for the November congressional election. Democrats Pat … more
On the morning of Saturday, August 6, under the hot sun, Ivette Duran hosted her weekly Fit Camp sessions on the newly opened outdoor fitness court at Delano-Hitch Park in the City of Newburgh. … more
On Tuesday, October 18, Highland Central School District voters will go to the polls to weigh in on two Capital Project propositions. Proposition 1 is a tax-neutral plan for updating aging school … more
Area residents joined together at the Newburgh Free Library on Thursday, August 11 for a community discussion on the proposed Danskammer fracked gas plant. The Danskammer Plant currently rests along … more
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