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Absentee ballots not yet counted. Orange County Legislature; District 6; District 17; City of Newburgh Ward 1; Town of Gardiner Councilman. more
Last week the Marlboro School Board and the Administration took a few moments to honor a number of employees who are retiring this month. Mike Bakatsias, Assistant Superintendent for Technology … more
The Town of Marlborough Planning Board held its first public hearing for a Short Term Rental application under the new town law, but it didn’t ensue without any hiccups. Michael Dziegelewski … more
This week Corey Sowers will graduate from Marlboro High School Class of 2021. He has not missed a day of school nor has he ever been late or left school early, since he entered kindergarten. Corey … more
Last week Lloyd Police Chief introduced the Town Board to his four new hires for the department: Jesse Assenza as a full-time officer at a salary of $45,238; Jacob Nielson as a part-time officer at a … more
Last week the Marlboro administration a school board thanked two board members who are leaving this month - Frank Milazzo and John Marro. The two were not re-elected to their seats in the May … more
The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley has announced that IBM in the Mid-Hudson Valley has made a $10,000 donation to assist families facing hunger. “On behalf of all the IBMers in the region, … more
The Town of Newburgh is once again kicking around an idea first proposed more than a decade ago: a five percent sales tax on hotel and motel occupancy within the town. Supervisor Gil Piaquadio … more
Leonardo Guzman Perez has a passion for tennis. The Newburgh Free Academy Freshman said as much during a recent Newburgh City Council meeting . That passion has given birth to an idea to inject some … more
The Newburgh Performing Arts Academy marked the holiday with an outdoor recital at the Downing Park Amphitheater. more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) touted a $149,285 grant to Orange County to support its emergency response operations and make critical improvements to our 9-1-1 dispatch functions. The funding, … more
The Friends of the Newburgh Free Library are excited to bring back their annual book fair. All sales from the Book Fair benefit the Friends of the Newburgh Free Library who support the library in … more
An online petition has accused Pine Bush High School of repeatedly mishandling sexual assault cases. As of Monday evening, more than 7,700 people had signed the petition. The petition states that … more
Crawford residents spoke in favor of allowing retail cannabis dispensaries in the town during a public hearing on June 17. The public hearing was in regards to an introductory local law that if … more
The Town of Montgomery held its first annual Juneteenth celebration on Saturday at Wooster Grove Park in the Village of Walden. Attendees were treated to musical performances, food, local black … more
Valley Central High School sophomore Gianna Van Vlack was named the Town of Montgomery’s Citizen of the Month at the town board meeting on June 3. Van Vlack received the award for her … more
As part of the Gardiner Town Board’s agenda to update its 2004 Comprehensive Plan to the town’s modern needs, planner David Church has been interviewing civic groups on the ways the … more
The Town of Shawangunk unanimously approved a new three-year agreement with the Civil Service Employees Association unit that represents the town’s 10 highway department workers at its June 17 … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler and New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced at a press conference on Monday, June 21, that three former officials of the Orange County … more
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