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Crawford Police released this photo of a suspect in an armed robbery of the Citgo Station at the intersection of Route 52 and Hill Avenue, Monday at around 11 p.m. The investigation is on going. If … more
One year after taking a leave of absence that ended with his resignation, former Valley Central Co-Principal Michael Conklin has a new job. Conklin has been appointed Junior Senior High School … more
The Town of Gardiner has vacancies on the following: Assessment Review Board, Environmental Conservation Commission and Parks and Recreation Committee. If interested, please contact Supervisor … more
Want to learn more about the historic Borden Home Farm in Wallkill? Join a tour on Sunday, June 26 and learn about the history of this unique property. Meet folks from the School of Practical … more
The Pine Bush Community Band has four dates lined up for summer entertainment. The band, which has been in existence for nearly 40 year, consists of 45+ musicians of all ages and abilities. Their … more
Gardiner Library presents Summer Programming which includes programs for toddlers through teens including crochet classes, art and nature series, storytimes, guitar classes, Dungeons and Dragons meet … more
Gardiner Library presents WordPOP- Young Writers Group Thursday June 23, 4:30 - 5 p.m. Young creative writers ages 7-10 come share your flair and imagination. Whether it’s poetry, short … more
The Gardiner Library hosts a Repair Café on Sunday June 26, 1 - 4 p.m. Repair Café is a free event where community members bring beloved but broken items, and together, with … more
An ad hoc group of about 20 Valley Central School District residents gathered under the pavilion at Montgomery’s Veteran’s Memorial Park on Monday with a single purpose: find a way to get … more
A hazardous materials incident in the Village of Montgomery, Thursday, left one person unconscious. Montgomery Firefighters responded to Pergamena, a boutique leather tannery at 11 Factory Street … more
Just two weeks after officially opening its new fire house, the Wallkill Fire Department officially welcomes the 2022 Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association Parade. The convention … more
Ulster County Battalion 4 will be hosting the Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association Parade in the hamlet of Wallkill on Saturday, June 18. In anticipation of this momentous occasion, … more
Roost worked with Ryan Solomons, a 3-D fabrication design artist to make the first Tiny Roost: Art on the Outside gallery that is installed at the Gardiner Library. The June Exhibit is “The … more
Team meetings on Sunday June 12, July 10, August 14 and 21, 2:30-3:30 p.m. Ages 11-18 come compete against other public libraries in the jeopardy-style match on Sunday, August 28 at Orange County … more
Gardiner Library hosts SongClub on Sunday June 12, 4-5:30 p.m. Join Musician, Singer, Songwriter and Choral Director, Debbie Lan for a drop-in singing experience. Come sing, as a community, … more
A pair of Disney movies are on bill for Family Movie Night at the Frederick Meyers Memorial Park in Maybrook. This first is Friday, June 17 with the screening of “Encanto.” Walt … more
Throughout the year, Vision of Wallkill provides fun and family-friendly events for the Hamlet of Wallkill and Hudson Valley to enjoy. On July 9, art and photography enthusiasts are welcome to … more
The Shawangunk Dems will be holding their first in-person meeting in Walker Valley since the COVID quarantine. On Saturday, June 11 from 4-5:30 p.m., they welcome interested Democrats to find … more
The Brock Haney and Ethan Beck Memorial Paddle Run benefiting the Tri-County Community Partnership (TCCP) will launch Saturday, June 11 at 10 a.m. from the Thomas Bull Memorial Park and ending at … more
 Planning efforts will soon be underway to celebrate the life of Marion Borden. “Marion Borden was the beacon of light in the hamlet of Wallkill. As time passes, her accomplishments and … more
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