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  • Walden board rejects residential development

    A proposed 114-unit apartment complex on Edmunds Lane was shot down at a recent meeting of the Walden Village Board when board members voted not to consider a necessary zoning change.

  • Dangerous roads

    “In my opinion, it’s very, very dangerous,” said Crawford Town Supervisor Charles Carnes. “Something has to be done immediately.”

  • Fluoride debate returns to Walden

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has stated unequivocally that water fluoridation is “one of the ten great public health achievements of the 20th century.”

  • Hudson Valley Honor Flight brings 87 area veterans to D.C.

    It was the last bridge standing across the Rhine River and presented an avenue for Allied troops to cross the span and drive into the heart of Germany. The battle and capture of the bridge at Remagen in March, 1945 was a significant win for the American soldiers who fought there, including George Low, 86, […]

  • Maybrook breaks ground on sewer plant

    “It’s been a long time coming,” said Mayor Dennis Leahy to a small crowd gathered at the future site of Maybrook’s new wastewater treatment plant.

  • 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.

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