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  • 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.

  • Montgomery Election Results

    Election night held clear victories in all three villages of the Town of Montgomery. In Maybrook, the village has a new justice, the former mayor Bill Schimpf, who won 228 votes against 51 write-in ballots. Village Trustees Kevin Greany and James Barnett garnered 213 and 222 votes respectively in their uncontested bid for the office […]

  • Village adds full-time cops

    “We’re going to avoid the town assessment. We’re very pleased,” said Village of Montgomery Mayor L. Stephen Brescia.

  • VC residents speak against school closings

    Hundreds of community members attended Valley Central School District’s budget meeting on Monday night to send a message to the school board that they are against the closing of Maybrook and East Coldenham elementary schools.

  • Between a rock and a wet place

    “I’m anxious to save the project,” Lee Titus told the Shawangunk Town Board last week. Titus was before the board to request cluster approval for his 31-lot subdivision located on 25 acres off Buena Vista Avenue. That request was hampered by a negative recommendation from the Planning Board.

  • Walden farm on a rescue mission

    “If no one intervenes they are going to start dying—if they haven’t already,” said Helen King of My Saddle Brook Farm in Walden.

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