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With the 2022-2023 school year slated to commence in just under a month, Valley Central School District officials and local municipalities are moving ahead with a security plan to have police … more
With a town-wide ambulance district scheduled to go into effect in less than five months, Walden still has no plans for ambulance service. The village is not part of the recently-created ambulance … more
A dunking tank was a popular spot for those attending the National Night Out sponsored by the Town of Shawangunk Police Benevolent Association (PGA) Aug. 2 at Garrison Park in Wallkill. Early on … more
The historic Arnott House, saved from wrecker’s ball and relocated when Amazon built a warehouse near the intersection of Routes 17K and 747 in the Town of Montgomery, will have new life as a … more
The long odyssey to erect a 110-foot cell tower to improve cellphone coverage in the western part of the Town of Gardiner is apparently over after the Town Board voted 4-1 to approve Wireless … more
The Town of Montgomery IDA Board announced the unanimously approved hiring of Felicia R. Kalan as the new IDA Executive Director effective August 1 on a part-time basis. “I believe Felicia … more
The Marlborough Town Board has been grappling with the definitions and the realities of what are short term home rentals vs. what are bed and breakfast places. Supervisor Scott Corcoran said last … more
The agri-tourism organization Meet Me in Marlborough has brought back their networking events. They met recently at the Brix Gastropub restaurant. MMiM Director Sheila Mannese said they decided … more
In the past few years local Highland artist Beth Walters-Storyk has been devoting her time to creating very personal and colorful works of art in her studio. Last week, for the first time, she … more
An election sticker described by the New York Times as “an electric concoction of colors: a pink and purple and turquoise creature with a wild bloodshot stare, a toothy neon grin and spiderlike … more
As the days start to count down to the beginning of a new academic year for teachers, parents and students, Dr. Jackielyn Manning Campbell prepares to lead the Newburgh Enlarged City School District … more
The Newburgh Free Library Town Branch celebrates its 10th anniversary in the Newburgh Mall this coming August, but now a recent relocation announcement has raised some concerns. On Monday, July … more
In just a few short weeks since opening, GROW Newburgh, located at 42 Liberty Street, has started to grow and gain a loyal following for their plants, localized products and design services as the … more
Assembly member Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) and State Senator James Skoufis (D-39) have announced that Governor Kathy Hochul has signed their bill authorizing a hotel/motel tax in the City of … more
Another warehouse project in the Town of Montgomery means more opposition from nearby residents and more complaints for the town’s planning board. That board held a public scoping session … more
A conversation, months in the making, finally took place last month, when Town of Montgomery officials finally met with the consultants hired to help with the creation of a new ambulance district … more
The Valley Central School District commenced its search for the District’s next Superintendent of Schools under the direction and assistance of Orange-Ulster BOCES this summer and the community … more
Medline celebrated the opening of its 1.3 million-square-foot LEED-certified distribution center in Montgomery on Monday as local dignitaries from the entire region gathered. “Medline is a … more
Gardiner Library is seeking donations of fabrics, yarns, notions, craft supplies, and working sewing machines for its annual craft supplies sale. Items may be dropped off at the library during … more
At 3:04 p.m.on August 1, the City of Newburgh Fire Department received a report of a structure fire at 96 Overlook Place. Responding apparatus could see a large column of smoke coming from the area … more
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