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  • 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.

  • Casa Mia in Highland to close

    After 40 years in business, Luigi Mazella, owner of Casa Mia Restaurant on Rte. 9W in Highland, has decided to retire. His 6,500-square-foot establishment and a 915-square-foot farm stand will be razed to make way for a new Sawyer Savings Bank, to be built on the site this year.

  • Lloyd SRO officer resigns

    Last week the Highland Police Department concluded the investigation of a March 5 incident when School Resource Officer [SRO] Sean McCutcheon discharged his weapon, a standard issue Glock .45-caliber model 21, in a hallway at the high school while he was on duty.

  • Marlboro rallies for support

    The Marlboro Community Concerns [MCC] organization has recently made their concerns known to the Board of Education in a new, but very American way, by organizing peaceful rallies just before the meetings begin. They will do so again on Thursday night at 6:30 pm. just outside the elementary school cafeteria entrance for a “Trim the […]

  • Castellani outlines budget plan

    Carrying signs and placards, dozens of concerned community members of the Marlboro Central School District marched from the Marlboro Elementary School’s cafeteria to the gymnasium for Thursday night’s meeting of the school board. During the short walk down the crowded hallway, one parent asked of another: “Are we supposed to chant or something?”

  • Police officer’s gun fired in Highland High School

    On March 5 at 1:38 pm, SRO Sean McCutheon’s weapon was discharged in a hallway of the Highland High School. The district released a statement on their website, indicating that the SRO program is on hold pending further investigation.

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