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A Newburgh man was arrested on Wednesday by Saugerties Police on five counts of rape for allegedly having sex with a minor. Robert Bruno, 58, of Kyla Court in Newburgh, was also charged with … more
Health Education Programs, in collaboration with APG Polates and Keep It Moving, will host a HeartSaver CPR, First Aid and Narcan Class on Saturday, Sept. 21 at APG Pilates, 87 Liberty Street, … more
Representatives from local health and human services agencies will gather to answer questions and provide information when SUNY Orange hosts its upcoming Newburgh Campus Wellness Fair from 10 a.m. to … more
Coldenham Firefighters were dispatched to a three vehicle serious accident with possible entrapment on International Blvd/Exit 5A on Sept 6. Command requested Medivac to scene. Firefighters were … more
Orange County Historian Johanna Porr Yaun has been named chair of the Orange County Semiquincentennial Commission and is accepting applications to fill a dozen positions within the group. Orange … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced on Friday that the Orange County Senior Games will celebrate its 36th year with a variety of competitions, contests, museum tours and social … more
The City of Newburgh will host a Patriot’s Day Remembrance Ceremony to honor residents of Orange County who were victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The event will be at … more
In observance of Labor Day, there will be no sanitation and recycling collection in the City of Newburgh on Monday, September 2. more
Every summer, the Newburgh Jewish Community Center at 290 North Street in Newburgh invites members and friends of the Jewish community to convene under the summer sky to partake in a joyous … more
Blood bank inventories have dropped dangerously low while the need for blood continues to increase. Because of this need, the City of Newburgh is seeking a minimum of 50 donation pledges to schedule a successful blood drive this fall. more
Mount Saint Mary College recently honored Robbie Bertola, administrative assistant for the Division of Mathematics and Information Technology, as the college’s Employee of the Year for 2019. … more
In a brief, 10-minute work session, the Newburgh Town Council, appointed two new court officers, purchased a new telephone system for town hall and awarded a plumbing contract for work on a … more
Town of Newburgh Town Clerk Joseph P. Pedi is pleased to announce that effective immediately, Town residents can renew dog licenses online using their credit card, debit card, or an electronic check. … more
Wear your best Harry Potter-type costumes and participate in a special WOW Weekend event under the tent at the Weekend of Wallkill (WOW). Actor David Engel will lead 30 minutes of interactive fun … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-­Woodbury) and Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) will host an official opening of their joint district office in the City of Newburgh. The office opening … more
Marie-Therese C. Sulit, Mount Saint Mary College associate professor of English and director of the college’s Honors program, will kick off this semester’s Investigating Research on … more
Plans are in the works for the 31st Annual City of Newburgh International Festival to be held Labor Day Weekend, Friday, August 30 - Monday, September 2 on the grounds of the Delano – Hitch … more
Newburgh FD was dispatched to a structure fire on First Street on August 7. City of Newburgh Police Officers arrived and got everyone out of the residence. Active fire was seen coming from second … more
Newburgh Firefighters were called for a river rescue in the Hudson River on August 12. A sail boat capsized with four people aboard. Newburgh Command requested boats from Middlehope, West Point and … more
Following news that United States Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand secured nearly $900,000 in funding for New York State to study the effects of PFAS chemicals, Assemblymember Jonathan … more
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