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Newburgh Armory Unity Center programs change lives

It’s just after 8 a.m. Dozens of classrooms buzz with children proudly reading their own stories aloud to classmates and parents. Educators are imparting the joys of the written word to youths …
Buildings condemned after ‘serious code violations’
A potential crisis recently was averted when water was found leaking into some natural gas lines in the City of Newburgh, but that led to the city condemning two buildings for having …
Barking Goose opens in Newburgh Jennifer Flynn and Lani Ricozzi, partners in both life and business, opened up The Barking Goose at the beginning of May, and have been honing the business ever since. The Barking Goose, in …
Ritz Theater renovation work underway Safe Harbors of the Hudson, in the City of Newburgh, is undertaking a large scale restoration of its historic Ritz Theater. Working with architect David Burke of DPB Architects, engineer, Dan Proper …
MRI suite planned
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board discussed the addition of Kolb Radiology, a New York City-based radiology practice in the Hudson Valley Professional Plaza off Gidney Avenue, and the transfer of a …
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Skoufis and Jacobson to share office space in City of Newburgh

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 …

Mount talk to detail academic freedom in a post-9/11 world

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 …

Vendor applications available for International Festival

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 …

Climate Smart Gardiner searching for new members

Climate Smart Gardiner—a community action group fighting climate change—has been hard at work in the Gardiner community. Climate Smart Communities (CSC) is a state program coordinated …

SkyRide set for Saturday at Walkway Over the Hudson

On Saturday, August 24, the Walkway Over the Hudson will be closed to pedestrians until 1 p.m. to allow Hudson Valley motorcyclists to cross over, starting on the Highland side, and proceed through …

New Windsor Community Day 2019

The Times Community Newspapers of the Hudson Valley presents the official guide to the New Windsor Community Day event on Saturday, August 24, 2019. The booklet is full of vendor locations, stories …

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Wizard Academy coming to WOW weekend

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 …

First Street fire

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 …

River rescue

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 …

Jacobson calls for quick study on effects of PFAS

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 …

Jacobson introduces bill to ban sale of bulletproof vests

Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) is introducing two bills designed to curtail the use of bullet-proof vests by criminals. The first bill would ban the purchase or possession of …
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Hudson Valley Honor Flight seeks veterans for Fall flight

Hudson Valley Honor Flight is seeking veterans for its fall flight taking place on Saturday, October 12. The October flight will depart from New York Stewart International Airport in New Windsor …

Norwegian Air to suspend Stewart service in September

Two years after it began offering cheap flights to Europe amid much fanfare, Norwegian Air announced that it would suspend service out of New York Stewart International Airport in September. The …

Candlelight Vigil protests mass shootings

Area residents poured into Safe Harbors Green Monday night for a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of two violent mass shootings this past weekend in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas and to …

Center for Arts & Education getting new home

The City of Newburgh’s Boys and Girls Club recently held their Project Kickoff Ceremony to celebrate the beginning of construction on the Center for Arts & Education. This will be the new …
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The visual imagery of words

Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery presents TEXT, a group exhibition. This text-based art exhibit is being curated in conjunction with Safe Harbors Newburgh Literary Festival, October 18-20. The TEXT …
Royal Air Force, Navy Blue Angels headline air show The Royal Air Force Red Arrows will perform at the 2019 New York International Air Show, August 24-25, at New York Stewart International Airport. They will join the U.S. Navy Blue Angels in …
Flutter for Butterfly Weekend Flutter in to Hudson Highlands Nature Museum on Saturday, August 17 and Sunday, August 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for its much anticipated Butterfly Weekend at the Museum’s Outdoor Discovery …