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  • Walden mayor lands a new job

    Walden Mayor Brian Maher has started off the new year with a new slate of responsibilities, taking on a full-time position on Senator Bill Larkin’s staff. “It’s amazing to be working for the senator,” said Maher.

  • Reserve Center due facelift

    Tucked away on Route 17K in Bullville is the Staff Sergeant Frederick J. Ill U.S. Army Reserve Center, a 153-acre training facility taken over by the U.S. Army in 1967. Sgt. Pallone said they have outgrown the buildings erected around 1950 and it has been decided to upgrade the facility by demolishing some structures and […]

  • Pine Bush improves school security

    The Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education began their first meeting of the new year by recognizing fall student athletes and watching a building showcase highlighting Pine Bush High School.

  • Police funding issue for town, villages

    An audit by the State Comptroller’s Office has determined that the town of Montgomery under-collected approximately $2 million from taxpayers in the villages of Maybrook and Montgomery for police services over the last three years.

  • Walden home destroyed in fire

    A Walden family escaped injury in a blaze on Friday night that incinerated their home and all of their possessions—but not their faith. “I think we had some guardian angels looking out for us,” said Melanie Nixon, who lived in the home with her husband, three children and a dog.

  • Dog control at issue in Shawangunk

    “There needs to be a penalty or a fee,” said Shawangunk Town Councilman Robert Miller. “We can’t be boarding people’s dogs while they’re away on vacation.”

  • Shawangunk subdivision raises concern among neighbors

    “I do not want to see a big development,” said Chris Lesser, a neighbor of a proposed subdivision to be located on Brimstone Hill Road and Sinsabaugh Road. “I’m mighty relieved to hear you’re not putting it in.”

  • Planning in the Shawangunks

    “I thought it would be helpful to the Planning Board if something like this was done,” said Al Wegener, a landscape consultant to municipalities and executive director of the Shawangunk Mountains Regional Partnership (SMRP).

  • Pine Bush business plays Santa for two families

    While some families planned to open big-ticket presents like computers, iPads, and the latest must-have items, others in the community found themselves putting on a brave face this Christmas, expecting to celebrate the holiday like Tiny Tim’s family in the Christmas Carol—simply by spending time with each other.

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