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The Town of Newburgh Police Department has charged Kaliek Goode-Ford age 30 of Newburgh in connection with a triple homicide that occurred on January 26th at 1751 Route 300 more
The Town of Newburgh Police Department is investigating a shooting, which occurred at about 8 a.m. this morning, in the Chadwick Lake area of the Town of Newburgh. The investigation is in the early stages and no other information can be confirmed at this time. More details will follow at the appropriate time. Rt. 300, between Rt. 32 and Chapel Rd. is closed to traffic, and will remain so while the investigation is ongoing. more
What started out as a fun Friday night activity became a conflict at last Friday’s varsity basketball game between NFA and Middletown. A viral video was posted to Facebook showing students … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board heard presentations from the All Transportation Network, the Monarch Wood Senior Community, and Healy Kia at last Thursday’s planning board meeting. Before … more
For more than 20 years, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh has been restoring homes and doing their part in making the City of Newburgh a better place. The organization held its annual Martin … more
The Town of New Windsor held its first town board meeting of the year last Wednesday. Under new Supervisor George Meyers, the town’s atmosphere has changed immensely. Citizens from all over the … more
The City of Newburgh has been selected to receive $776,149 to further support the execution of the Cities for Responsible Investment and Strategic Enforcement (RISE) innovation strategy. The grant … more
It was a family affair for the re-elected members of the Town of Newburgh board. The families of Town Supervisor Gil Piaquadio and Deputy Supervisor Scott Manley were present for their … more
The call on a structure fire that came in to the Marlboro Fire Department at 3:27 p.m. last Wednesday afternoon was truly frightening; there was a possibility that a child may be inside the residence … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board passed a temporary building moratorium by a vote of 4-1. The moratorium’s stated intent is to allow the town, “time to evaluate and update its comprehensive … more
With the impending retirement of Lloyd Police Chief Daniel Waage at the end of this month, the Town Board appointed Lt. James Janso as the Acting Police Chief, effective February 1. In addition, … more
With the impending retirement of Lloyd Police Chief Daniel Waage at the end of this month, the Town Board appointed Lt. James Janso as the Acting Police Chief, effective February 1. In addition, … more
At the January 15 regular meeting of the Plattekill Town Board, the board was pleased to find out that the premium for the town’s yearly liability insurance for 2020 would be less than was … more
Lloyd Building Department Director Dave Barton asked the Town Board to consider granting an Open Development designation for a 17.7 acre undeveloped parcel that is located at 380 Rte. 9W, in front of … more
After working for more than a year under the terms of an expired Collective Bargaining Agreement [CBA], the Town of Marlborough and the Marlborough Police Benevolent Association [PBA] reached an … more
County Executive Pat Ryan announced his proposal to expand green career opportunities for the next generation in advance of his first-ever State of the County address. Included in this initiative is … more
At a special meeting last Tuesday, the Montgomery Town Board agreed to draft a six month moratorium on the construction of warehouses/distribution facilities larger than 100,000 square feet. The … more
The Shawangunk Town Police Department is another step closer to filling out its ranks. Police Chief Gerald Marlatt reported at last week’s town board meeting that Ulster County is scheduling … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has recognized Village of Walden Police Chief Jeffry Holmes as the Citizen of the Month Award winner for the month of January. Holmes was honored for his … more
“Here you go with another warehouse,” said Don Berger, a resident of Montgomery. The sentiment was shared by many residents speaking at a public hearing last week before the Town of … more
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