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  • Village Elections Read more >

    Village Elections

    Leahy wins 5th term in Maybrook Despite a relatively light turnout, Dennis Leahy was re-elected to his fifth term as mayor Tuesday in the Maybrook Village election. Leahy, first elected in 2008, defeated challenger Thomas Starro by a margin of 278-104 in votes cast at the village senior center. His running mates – Trustee Robert […]

  • Valley Central students join national walkout Read more >

    Valley Central students join national walkout

    A month after the deadly Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting that left 17 people dead and 15 people injured, Valley Central students marched out of their classrooms in solidarity with the survivors of the massacre for the March 14 National School Walkout.

  • VC students to take part in school walkout Read more >

    VC students to take part in school walkout

    In the wake of the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that left 17 people dead on Valentine’s Day, school safety and mass shootings have been at the forefront of the public consciousness both nationally and locally. The resulting movement for stricter gun control measures led by the Parkland students […]

  • Shawangunk refines  solar law Read more >

    Shawangunk refines solar law

    The Shawangunk Town Board is moving closer to approving legislation that would regulate solar developments in the municipality, as the council refined the proposed local law at its meeting on Thursday evening. The public hearing on the law opened during the board’s meeting on Feb. 1, and at last week’s session the board revealed minor […]

  • Walden starts process to end flouride Read more >

    Walden starts process to end flouride

    The finish line is in sight for Walden’s months-long debate over the potential end of public water fluoridation in the village, as the Board of Trustees authorized village attorney Dave Donovan at its meeting on Feb. 20 to draft a local law that would halt the fluoride program. If the board is satisfied with the […]

  • Valley Central may fund traffic light Read more >

    Valley Central may fund traffic light

    The proposed 2018-2019 Valley Central School District budget continues to come into focus, as the district now knows it will have a $61,679,595 tax levy limit for its new spending plan. To stay within the cap, the district can raise the levy 4.26 percent, a $2,518,548 increase over last year’s total. In a presentation during […]

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