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Due scheduling conflicts on Thursday, November 21, 2the Council Work Session is rescheduled to Tuesday, November 19, at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 83 Broadway, Newburgh. Due to scheduling conflicts on Monday, November 25, the Regular Council Meeting is rescheduled to Thursday, November 21, at 7p.m. To better accommodate the number of people expected to attend, the rescheduled Regular Council Meeting is relocated to the Activity Center – 401 Washington Street, Newburgh. Live stream will not be available for the Thursday, November 21, Regular Council Meeting at the Activity Center. The meeting will be video recorded and archived on the City of Newburgh’s website. more
An architect fought for a better view of the Hudson River in his home during the November 7 Town of Newburgh planning board meeting. David Niemotko, an architect who lives in Monroe with his wife, … more
The Newburgh City Council is considering passing an ordinance to increase water rates. Although it isn’t legally required, the council will hold a public hearing to discuss the ordinance. … more
Jason Morris, City Engineer for Newburgh, presented on the demolition of a garage located at 82 Clinton Street at last Thursday’s Newburgh City Council work session. The property was … more
Phoenix Theatres Entertainment, LLC, the country’s largest movie theatre management company, has taken over the operations of the former Destinta New Windsor 12 theatre effective … more
Joelle Casteix was in high school when the abuse started. For over two years she was abused by her high school teacher in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. “While the abuse itself was … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced on Wednesday that Commissioner of Planning David Church will retire, effective late January of 2020. Church has served as Orange County’s … more
Join Mount Saint Mary College for its Tenth Annual Gala Reception on Friday, December 6, celebrating two pillars of the local community. Derrik R. Wynkoop, President and CEO of Walden Savings … more
The City of Newburgh will be temporarily transitioning its source of drinking water from the Catskill Aqueduct to Brown’s Pond on Nov. 8. The process will take approximately two to three … more
The City of Newburgh will host a Neighborhood Development Task Force Meeting to update stakeholders and the public about initiatives and opportunities surrounding code enforcement efforts, heating … more
The Town of Newburgh will conduct its annual Veterans’ Day Ceremony on Monday, November 11, at 11 a.m. The ceremony will take place in the front of Town Hall located at 1496 Route 300, … more
On Thursday, October 31, the Orange County Probation Department, along with the Sheriff’s Office, teamed up to enforce the supervision of Probationers through home visits. One visit led to the … more
On October 31, 2019, the Gomez Foundation for Mill House was awarded a $3,500 check from the Town of Newburgh for tourism. These funds were originally granted to the Town of Newburgh from Orange … more
On November 11, from 4 to 6 p.m., the public is invited to visit the Edmonston House, Revolutionary War headquarters of the arrogant General, Horatio Gates. To Gates’ way of thinking, the … more
Innovation and smart short-and-long term planning are critical components of any successful school district, which is why every year the Wallkill Board of Education meets with the district … more
Americans tend to see the world only from the United States outward, rather than worldly. On Thursday, November 14, SUNY Orange has the opportunity of a different perspective given by a … more
The Trinity United Methodist Church is experiencing building issues that cannot be corrected by Election Day, Tuesday November 5. As a result, all voters in Districts 3 and 13 must now vote at the GYM at Fostertown Elementary school located at 364 Fostertown Road in Newburgh. The Orange County Board of Elections will erect signs at both the Church and at the Elementary School which will direct voters to the proper polling site. more
Retired Orange County Historian Ted Sly died last Thursday. He was 88. “Ted Sly cared deeply about Orange County’s rich history and was a fixture in the historical community,” … more
Walden Savings Bank (WSB) Vice President of Business Development Bill Vacca was recognized for his leadership in business at this week’s 2019 SUNY Orange Foundation Leadership Awards. The event … more
Mount Saint Mary College’s theatre group will present The Miseducation of Isabella, an original comedy co-written by the cast, on Nov. 7, 8, and 9. The performances, one per night, will take … more
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