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  • Train derails in Montgomery Read more >

    Train derails in Montgomery

    A train on its way through the Village of Montgomery derailed Monday afternoon, sending two cars off the tracks and closing the rail line into Walden until further notice.

  • Agri-tourism Read more >

    Agri-tourism

    Recently, the agri-tourism organization Meet Me in Marlborough met at the Perch Restaurant and brought together a cross-section of local businesses, farmers, vintners and associations who are all interested in promoting all things Marlborough to the local community and to a wider public in the Hudson Valley and beyond.

  • Little Sisters say goodbye Read more >

    Little Sisters say goodbye

    Since 1939, a stately white farmhouse on a quiet Walden street has served as a spiritual retreat for nuns who worked hard in the inner cities to bring families together. The house – and the brick residence building next door – is changing hands, but its spirit of service will continue.

  • Lloyd approves zoning for assisted living center Read more >

    Lloyd approves zoning for assisted living center

    At its last meeting the Lloyd Town Board approved a requested zoning change for the New Village View Assisted Living Center on Grove Street from its long-standing designation of Central Business [CB] to Residential ¼ acre – single-family residence ¼ acre. The vote was 4-1, with Councilman Mike Guerriero the sole no vote. The applicant […]

  • Vikings rally to edge Newburgh

    Valley Central’s baseball team was facing Newburgh’s Ralph Palumbo at home Thursday, April 28, and the Goldbacks’ starter had the Vikings’ Fletcher Szabo down to his last strike with two outs in the bottom of the seventh.

  • Lady Goldbacks top Pine Bush in slugfest Read more >

    Lady Goldbacks top Pine Bush in slugfest

    After going 5-1 entering the final week of April, Newburgh Free Academy’s softball team traveled to Pine Bush, and they soon found themselves down 2-0 on a pair of solo home runs by the home team in the first inning, Monday, April 25.

  • An outpouring of pastel paintings Read more >

    An outpouring of pastel paintings

    A show that celebrates much more than a single flower, “The Subject Was Roses” reminds us of the wide thematic and technical range of which pastel art is capable. Dynamic landscapes and elegantly composed still lifes, as well as the florals appropriate to the season, are among the subjects of this varied artistic welcome to […]

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