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  • Search for water in Marlborough looks promising

    For years the Town of Marlborough has been searching for reliable and high-quality sources of water. After previous drilling attempts resulted in only modest outcomes, the recent testing of an abandoned well off of Old Indian Road at the foot of the Marlborough Mountains may prove to be the elusive first step that will put […]

  • Highland man relives his week in Boston

    Highland native Alan Spaulding found himself at ground zero of the bombing incidents in Boston where he is attending Boston Conservatory, majoring in Acting.

  • Milton Park project moves forward

    The Milton Landing Park has recently taken another dramatic step forward, thanks to members and friends of the Milton Engine Company who recently cleared the former Shell Oil depot site of all brush and debris and have fixed up one of two docks.

  • School tax hike drops to 14.72%

    Last week the Marlboro School Board announced a drop in the projected 25 percent hike in school taxes down to a 14.72 percent increase. Superintendent Ray Castellani said he is hopeful this will drop into the 8 percent to 9 percent range after the board decides how much in reserve funds they will apply.

  • 25% tax hike predicted

    Last week, before a large audience in the Marlboro Elementary School gymnasium, Superintendent Ray Castellani unveiled the 2013-14 school budget in a lengthy Powerpoint presentation, going over each item in the budget in great detail.

  • Farmers gather for annual tree pruning

    Each year a group of Marlboro farmers gather to prune an Empire apple tree that sits in front of Key Bank in the hamlet of Marlboro. Afterwards, they all troupe over to the Raccoon Saloon and are served a buffet lunch, courtesy of Key Bank. Last week, once again, they and Key Bank upheld a […]

  • Highland to get an additional $400K in state aid

    As the Highland School Board discussed budget proposals for the 2013-2014 school year during their meeting on March 29, business manager Louise Lynch and Superintendent Deborah Haab briefly left the meeting and returned with good news.

  • Party leaders tout accomplishments

    Every year at this time, the Majority and Minority leaders in the Ulster County Legislature address the entire body, touting the Legislative accomplishments of the past year and putting forth their respective party’s plans for the future.

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