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Rehabilitation of Walden’s Hill Street Bridge is not an option. It needs to be replaced. That’s the advice of Engineer Herb Litts who appeared before the Montgomery Town Board last … more
Walden residents who dream that their three-mile rail trail to Wallkill could one day be connected to the region’s vast trail network may have an ally in Alan Sorenson. Sorenson, a former … more
Empanada Nirvana owner Nelson Pantoja and his business partner/manager Addie Torres moved from their food truck on 9W last May and have been running their restaurant for a little over a year in … more
The Bullville Fire Department found a very unique way to cool down on a steamy hot summer day. On Saturday July 23, the department hosted a “wetdown” where other local fire … more
During the past 37 years, William Schimpf has served the Maybrook public in just about every official capacity there is. But “with very deeply held totally mixed emotions and after very careful … more
Three local police agencies are observing National Night Out next Tuesday, August 2. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and … more
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) voted to pass H.R. 8294, a package of six appropriations bills that include over $21 million for community projects in the Hudson Valley. These local wins, announced … more
Health Commissioner Dr. Irina Gelman today announced that Orange County’s first case of monkeypox (orthopoxvirus) has officially been identified. Monkeypox is a viral infection that is … more
Jeff Anzevino, Director of Land Use Advocacy for Scenic Hudson, recently sent comments to Loyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak, Planning Board Chairman Scott McCarthy and the members of their respective … more
At a recent dinner at Casa Milanese, the Highland Rotary Club presented their 18th annual Service Above Self awards to Lloyd Police Chief James Janso, Jeff Paladino owner of Milton Hardware, Dillon … more
Recreation Director Kim Way likes to think of all the kids that participate in the Town of Plattekill’s Kids Summer Camp and other town programs as her own. “I tell parents when they … more
Attorney John Furst, on behalf of his client Marc Sanderson, submitted a formal application on June 28 asking the Lloyd Town Board to establish a Planned Residential Retirement District [PRRD] for … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Brooks was honored at his recent retirement party by his family, friends, teachers and colleagues. Brooks decided to retire after being in field of education for … more
Last week the Valley Vista Adult Home and Assisted Living facility in Highland held a ‘Rejuvenation Celebration’ to honor and thank employees who have helped care for their residents … more
City residents, supporters, friends and other creative minds gathered at the Dutch Reformed Church to witness and celebrate Forcefield, a new large scale art installation created and designed by … more
Increase in traffic, residential safety, and site drainage were brought forward during discussions on the proposed development project known as Overlook Farms along 9W. The proposed development … more
City of Newburgh residents and families, affected by the Urban Renewal process, will now have the opportunity to share their own stories and testimonies through a newly approved multimedia report … more
Increase in traffic, neighborhood safety, site construction and loss of town character were brought forward during discussions on the proposed Monarch Woods Senior Housing project in the Town of … more
Ice cream, gelato, shakes and sorbets in a variety of flavors are all available at the City of Newburgh’s newest waterfront ice cream shop, Midnight Ferry, located at 12 Front St. The new … more
QuickChek’s proposal for a gas station and convenience store at Scott’s Corners, having bounced between the Town of Montgomery Planning and Zoning Boards for more than a year, was back … more
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