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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
Last week the Highland School Board officially abolished a number of positions due to a shortfall in funding: one Administrator in tenure area of Instructional Data and Assessment; one teacher in the … more
Residents, police officers, and members of Orange County’s Alcohol and Drug Awareness Council gathered in Montgomery’s town hall last Thursday, to ponder a burning question: how can the … more
The former Destinta Theater in the Town of New Windsor has been demolished, but contaminated soil discovered at the site has halted further development there. Cleanup crews and investigative … more
The Walden village board, among several updates, addressed two major issues during its June 4 meeting: the disruptions at the village hall caused by rowdy children and traffic safety concerns on East … more
The City of Newburgh in August 2022 installed new digital parking meters, replacing the old coin feed meters. Almost two years later, meters continue to be a concern for residents and business owners … more
The Gardiner Parks and Recreation Committee called on the Gardiner Town Board to consider bringing pickleball to the community. Citing growing public interest, the committee asked the board to … more
Despite the overcast skies and hints of rain, the American flag shone brilliantly at Walden’s Veterans Memorial Park on Sunday, June 10 during the village’s annual flag ceremony, where … more
The City of Newburgh Skatepark on Saturday, June 8 welcomed Newburgh kids, teens and families for a day of skateboarding and fun family activities at the Great Skate Giveaway. The giveaway in 2024 … more
After an inquiry at last week’s Highland school board meeting from member Heather Welch, Peter Miller, Director of Operations and Maintenance, gave an update on the work that is being done at … more
Thomas Costa, owner of North Plank Road Tavern, appeared in Town of Newburgh Court on Monday, May 20, following the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at his business. Costa, who … more
On June 10 at approximately 12:55 p.m. members of the Troop F Community Stabilization Unit (CSU) were patrolling South Street in the city of Newburgh when they observed a 2005 gray Honda Pilot in … more
Highland School Superintendent Joel Freer spoke at last week’s Lloyd Town Board meeting to refute recent negative comments that were made by a resident about the school district and the … more
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