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  • School board approves closure of Maybrook school

    As hundreds of anxious parents, teachers and taxpayers looked on, the Valley Central School District Board of Education voted 6 to 1 Monday night to close Maybrook Elementary School and move all 220 of its students to nearby Berea.

  • Large housing project seeks zoning change

    Edmunds Lane in Walden is the place to be. Home for a number of residents as well as the Big Apple Circus and a Buddhist temple, the street is also now the proposed location for a major housing development to include seven single family homes and 114 apartments.

  • Wallkill barn burns

    A barn in Wallkill was completely destroyed by a fiery blaze on Monday as firefighters from five departments fought to save the structure.

  • ‘Piercing’ the tax cap

    It took several hours but Valley Central School District Board of Education members finally reached a consensus about next year’s budget during a work session Monday night.

  • Hess Farm to remain open space in Gardiner

    Hess Farm will forever remain undeveloped.Conservationists have been successful in meeting an end-of-March deadline to secure federal funding in time to purchase a conservation easement for the historic property. A more than year-long fundraising campaign raised more than $105,000 to purchase the easement.

  • Dollar General seeks Walden Water

    At their meeting last week, the Walden Village Board was presented with a request for water service for a proposed Dollar General store to be located on Route 52 at the border with the Town of Montgomery.

  • Fire destroys Walden home

    Two Walden women escaped without injury last Thursday when a fire erupted in their home at 11 Williams Street.

  • $58.5 million project proposed for Montgomery

    United Natural Foods, a natural and organic food distributor, is seeking to locate a new 505,000 square foot distribution center in the Town of Montgomery—and hopes to break ground by as early as July.

  • Large housing development proposed for Walden

    The Walden Village Board remained divided last week over a project that seeks to create four two-story apartment complexes and a community building on Edmunds Lane, which is currently home to the Big Apple Circus, a Buddhist temple and a number of single family homes.

  • Unexpended surplus

    An audit conducted by the New York State Comptroller’s Office revealed that Pine Bush Central School District officials routinely overestimated expenditures in their annual budget.

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