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Pine Bush program focuses on Borscht Belt history The Pine Bush Library Community Center is set to host an event titled “Borscht Belt Artifacts: Relics of the Catskill Resort Age” on May … more
New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Ulster County District Attorney Emmanuel C. Nneji announced that Gina Bradshaw, an office manager for numerous doctors’ offices in Manhattan, … more
The focus remains on sewer linings in Maybrook as the village receives yet another Federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – funded Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) administered by … more
On May 16, Orange County Assistant District Attorney Darlene De Jesus-Rosenwasser, the Chief of the Office’s Community Affairs Unit, was named the incoming President of the Orange County Bar … more
The Mindy Ross Gallery is alive with Spring colors. After viewing the artworks, one wants to go outdoors and be inspired as artist Susan Miiller has been in this recent series of themed artworks. … more
Garnet Health, in partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County, is pleased to announce the launch of the new FreshRx Produce Prescription Program, offered to qualified community … more
On Wednesday, May 8, the Curasi Realty Commercial Division set the stage at the Otterkill Golf & Country Club in Campbell Hall for their 2nd Annual Networking Mixer. Bringing together industry … more
Protect Yourself Against Tick-Borne Diseases As May marks national Lyme disease awareness month, Pine Bush Library Community Center is gearing up to equip residents with essential knowledge to combat … more
The New York State Police are investigating a fatal collision involving a pedestrian and a motor vehicle that occurred on May 10, at approximately 11 p.m. at the intersection of State Route 211 and … more
On May 9, at approximately 9:15 a.m., New York State Police responded to 1000 Homestead Avenue, Maybrook, for a report of an industrial fatal accident at the Yellow Freght site. Preliminary … more
The Village of Montgomery Police Department is currently investigating two overdose deaths that took place within the past two years; these two cases are the latest of several overdoses that occurred … more
Walden Trustee Becky Pearson invites residents to attend the Walden Village Hall at 1 Municipal Square this Thursday, May 16 at 6:30 p.m. to brainstorm ideas and discuss plans for Walden Elementary … more
Joseph Bond and Angela Terralavoro are running unopposed for the Valley Central school board on May 21. Both are incumbents. Last year Bond ran for the one year remaining in the term of Dee … more
The Village of Montgomery board, before getting down to business during its May 7 meeting, congratulated Autumn Strobach for being nominated as valedictorian for Valley Central High School’s … more
On Friday May 10th, at approximately 9:17 PM, the Town of Montgomery Police responded to a report of a rollover motor vehicle accident on Berea Rd. in the area of Coleman Rd. Further updates stated … more
Wallkill Town invites community to Annual Touch-A-Truck Event Wallkill Town Supervisor George Serrano and the Town Board are thrilled to extend an invitation to the community for the annual … more
SVFD Auxiliary presents a Penny Social Get ready to join in the fun and generosity at the upcoming Penny Social, a fundraising event organized by the Ladies Auxiliary to support the Shawangunk Valley … more
The Walden Fire Department responded to a serious rollover vehicle incident on Lake Osiris Road, Friday near Tassielli Drive, where the vehicle came to rest overturned on its roof. Town of … more
A Bronx man faces criminal charges following an investigation into a fatal accident on Route 17K in Crawford. On September 23, 2023, State Troopers and investigators from the Middletown barracks … more
The Pine Bush school board unanimously passed a proposed 2024-25 budget at its April 18 meeting. School Superintendent Brian Dunn announced that a discussion on revising the district’s policy … more
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