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This year retired town clerk Barbara Dawes was named the 2021 Citizen of the Year at the Plattekill Day celebration this past Saturday. Esther Coppola chairs a committee that accepts the names of … more
At last week’s Marlborough Town Board meeting, Councilman Howard Baker said the town has been speaking with ship lines that are seeking to dock at the new Milton pier. “They are very … more
On September 13 the Town of Lloyd lost one of the pillars of the community when Ben Bragg Jr. passed away at the age of 72. Bragg was born on June 11, 1949 in Poughkeepsie, the son of Benjamin … more
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced that Ulster County will receive a maximum of $7,895,750 as part of a statewide settlement agreement between Ulster County, Johnson & Johnson, and other … more
Calling them a nuisance to city residents and visitors alike, the Newburgh City Council has drafted a resolution that would ban off-road vehicles from public roads and public property as well as … more
For Cindy Torres-Bender living along a state highway is a tragedy waiting to happen. “The traffic is constant,” Torres-Bender said. “People never do the speed limit.” In … more
On Friday, Sept. 17, 2021, this day will be known in the Town of Newburgh as Dr. Victor T. Redano Day and 21 Hudson Valley Professional Plaza will be forever known as the Rendano Building. Town … more
On a sunny, hot Saturday afternoon, the Newburgh Community Photo Project (NCPP) began hanging banners in Delano-Hitch Park in preparation for their unveiling of their project “Truth Be Told: … more
Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, one of the most celebrated duos on the American acoustic music scene, bring their unique brand of fiddling and storytelling to Newburgh on Sept. 26. The concert, presented … more
Safe Harbors of the Hudson is pleased to present our Black Renaissance Festival Visual Arts Exhibition as part of the 2nd annual Black Renaissance Festival, an exhibition of visual and performing … more
“I’m sure there will be a lot of interested people and comments,” said Montgomery Planning Board Chairman Fred Reichle. The planning board reaffirmed its lead agency status … more
The Town of Shawangunk Board let it be known that it wanted town residents to sound off on the issue of whether to allow cannabis dispensaries and lounges within its borders as early as next … more
After 22 years of serving up good food and great memories, the owners of the Walden Diner closed the eatery on Sept. 12. The owners announced on the diner’s Facebook page that it is time to … more
On Sept. 11, the twentieth anniversary of the attacks on the U.S., the Village of Maybrook gathered to remember firefighters, police officers and civilians who perished. The village also … more
The Town of Gardiner remains on schedule to adopt an updated Comprehensive Plan following a two-hour special meeting with consultant David Church on Sept. 17. During the two-hour morning meeting … more
Domanie Ragni is leaving her position as the community services director for the Town of Crawford after leading the department for a decade. The Crawford Town Board accepted her resignation letter … more
On Friday morning at approximately 2:40 a.m.,. City of Newburgh Police were alerted by Shotspotter to gunshots being fired in the area of Mill and Hasbrouck Streets. Officers responded and confirmed … more
On Saturday the Highland Hose Company hosted a 20th Anniversary ceremony to honor those who were lost in the terrorist attacks on that fateful September day. This year the hose company called … more
Last week the Plattekill Zoning Board of Appeals [ZBA] dismissed Ken Rodriguez’s appeal of a determination made by the town’s Code Enforcement Officer Scott Mandoske on a drag strip that … more
The southern pier at the Milton Landing Park was officially opened last Friday afternoon in a well attended ribbon cutting ceremony that included state, county, town and committee officials as well … more
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