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A crash between a utility task vehicle and a Jeep Wrangler in the area of 13 Mt. Zion Road in the Town of Marlborough claimed the life of the UTV operator, town police said. The accident occurred … more
On Friday, August 2, the Town of Newburgh Police Department received a call from a person who was walking along the railroad tracks north of Park Place and discovered bones. Town of Newburgh Police … more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) granted approval on July 24 for the Metro-North to reimburse the City of Newburgh for lease payments for the “parking and ferry landing … more
On Monday night, the Beacon City Council unanimously passed a resolution opposing the massive expansion proposed for the Danskammer gas-fired power plant on the Hudson River. Beacon is now the … more
The Montgomery town board extended the six-month moratorium on solar applications to allow for further review of town solar law. The moratorium was extended another three months, to Oct. 18. … more
Construction is complete for Borrego Solar, a community solar system in Crawford, and the project is awaiting hookups to utilities. Located on Crans Mills Road in Crawford, the two-megawatt … more
A Walden woman has been arrested for running a red light in Manhattan and striking two pedestrians crossing a street, killing one. New York City Police have charged Jessenia Fajardo, 38, of Walden … more
The Town of Montgomery Police Department will host free Narcan Training at the Town Police headquarters, 110 Bracken Road, Montgomery on Tuesday, August 6 at 11:15 a.m. The event is sponsored by … more
The Town of New Windsor Police Department is investigating damage that was done to close to 100 headstones and other property at the Calvary Cemetery, located at the intersection of Rt. 94 and Rt. 9W … more
On July 28, at approximately 1:50 a.m., City of Newburgh police responded to the area of 26 Front Street for the report of shots fired. In speaking with security at Billy Joe’s the call was … more
The New York State Police arrested Charles Sandike, 64 of New Windsor, for Criminal Sexual Act 2nd Degree (felony), Sex Abuse 2nd (Sexual Contact with Individual Less Than 17 Therefore Incapable of … more
The City of Newburgh is pleased to announce the formation of the Mayor’s Strategic Economic Development Advisory Committee. Following an overwhelming response of interest from qualified … more
Assemblyman Colin Schmitt (R,C,I,Ref-New Windsor) is pleased to announce the full abandonment and removal of the Route 32 CSX rail crossing located at the Town of New Windsor/Newburgh City line near … more
The Town of Newburgh Town Clerk’s Office will be extending its Thursday hours to 6 p.m. effective Thursday, August 1. New Thursday business hours will be 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. All services … more
At the July 22, Town of Newburgh Town Board Meeting, Greg Day, Director at Waterstone Properties Group, conducted a presentation on Waterstone’s plans to develop a 122-acre parcel off Route 300 … more
Norwegian Air and other airlines at Stewart served 277,682 passengers in 2019 so far, according to figures given by airport business development director manager Micheal Torelli at Tuesday’s … more
The Gardiner Library will host a Harry Potter Party and Movie Night on Friday July 26 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Pick up an invitation at the Circulation Desk, or just show up for a night of potions, … more
The Valley Central Alumni and Montgomery Pub Crawl is an annual event that brings VC alumni and friends together downtown on Clinton Street, in the beautiful village of Montgomery. This is a perfect … more
A free concert will take place on Thursday, July 25, at 7 p.m. with music by Diamondhead Trio. It will take place at Popp’s Park in Wallkill. Bring a chair and a friend, or come early to grab a … more
The Reformed Church of Shawangunk, 1166 Hoagerburgh Rd. in Wallkill, will be hosting their annual Chicken BBQ on Saturday, July 27, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.Menu: Half chicken, baked potatoes, cole slaw, … more
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