Times Community Newspapers
Southern Ulster Times

Southern Ulster Times

  • Plattekill gets an earful on Liberty View Farm Read more >

    Plattekill gets an earful on Liberty View Farm

    For the past four years residents in the area of Crescent Avenue and Palazzo Lane in Clintondale have filed numerous complaints with the Plattekill Police Department and voiced their concerns to the Town Board about ongoing issues of loud music, traffic congestion, firework displays and repeated trespassing in their neighborhood from weddings that have been […]

  • Lloyd approves new lights at town park Read more >

    Lloyd approves new lights at town park

    At last week’s workshop meeting, the Lloyd Town Board continued discussing what type of poles and lights to purchase for the softball field at Tony Williams Park, an issue that has caused friction among board members for the past few months.

  • Marlborough race features rematch Read more >

    Marlborough race features rematch

    Past and present town supervisors square off again in the race for Marlboro Town Supervisor. Incumbent Al Lanzetta is being challenged by Tom Coupart, who has held the office for 8 years.

  • Marlborough Eagle Scout completes dog park Read more >

    Marlborough Eagle Scout completes dog park

    Robert Ahlers started out in the first grade as a Tiger Scout and stuck with it and at the age of 16 recently completed the final requirement for the rank of Eagle Scout by building a dog park in the upper portion of the Milton Landing Park off of Sands Avenue.

  • Film highlights local heroin crisis Read more >

    Film highlights local heroin crisis

    When Vivian Lanzarone learned last year that three young individuals in the area had died in quick succession from heroin overdoses she decided she could no longer sit on the sidelines. She began to work on a film about the local heroin crisis, entitled “Not My Child,” that is framed in letters from a parent […]

  • Highland Library nearing completion Read more >

    Highland Library nearing completion

    Recently, Highland Library Board of Trustees President Joanne Lowenthal informed the Town Board and the community that they are expecting to open the new library at 14 Elting Place within a few months.

Contact us

Times Community Newspapers of the Hudson Valley. Home of the Wallkill Valley Times, Mid Hudson Times & Southern Ulster Times

300 Stony Brook Court, Newburgh, NY 12550

845-561-0170

editor@tcnewspapers.com

Archives

Back to Top