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  • Bipartisan support for Bullville

    The Army Reserve Center in Bullville will be upgrading its existing training facility on Route 17K after the project’s funding was passed by the House of Representatives last week with bipartisan support.

  • Dollar General store approved for Walden

    “That’s the nicest looking Dollar General I’ve ever seen,” said Town of Montgomery Planning Board Chairman Fred Reichle on Monday. The praise didn’t come easily for the project, which was raked over the coals by the Planning Board at their last meeting for its plain Jane box design and flat roof.

  • VC adopts revised budget

    Early this week, the Valley Central School District Board of Education approved a revised 2013-2014 budget proposal to submit to voters on June 18.

  • PBHS lockdown

    Town of Crawford police responded to Pine Bush High School at 11:10 a.m. last Friday when they learned that a student was in possession of a weapon.

  • Blaze shuts down Walden strip mall

    A three alarm fire last Thursday drew roughly 100 volunteer firefighters from their homes in an effort to save Kids Closet and a number of other businesses located in a small strip mall on State Route 208 in Walden.

  • Feds urged to dump Taylor project

    The Taylor Biomass garbage-to-energy project in Montgomery has been touted as innovative and first-of-its-kind, winning supporters and drawing interest from around the globe. After over a decade, the gasification facility is only waiting on the financing to fall into place before construction can commence.

  • PB, Wallkill OK budgets; VC budget defeated

    Both the Wallkill Central and Pine Bush Central school districts’ 2013-2014 budget proposals passed on Tuesday while the Valley Central School District’s spending plan was defeated.

  • Crawford opposes gun law

    The Town of Crawford has added their voices to the growing clamor against the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Act recently signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo in response to the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

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