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At last Thursday’s City Council planning meeting, Robert Mitchell of Mitchell Associates Architects presented his initial plan for doing a needs assessment of city-run buildings. With the help … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board held long discussions about an upcoming BJ’s Wholesale Club during its first meeting of the month in September. BJ’s Wholesale Club is expected to … more
With the constant bombardment of bad news, it is important to acknowledge the good: the local pioneers who work relentlessly to better the lives in their communities, the diamonds in the rough. … more
Five years ago, partners Matt Smith and Anthony Vesnaver, formerly of New York City took a chance on an old building on Route 9W. Fast forward to today, and that chance has paid off as the tandem … more
Newburgh’s Delano-Hitch Stadium has been a hallmark of the city for many years. Delano-Hitch has been part of Newburgh’s rich baseball history since its opening in 1926. Over the years … more
‘Every Brilliant Thing’, written by Duncan MacMillan and Jonny Donahoe tells the story of a man who starts a list of everything brilliant about the world as a gift for his mother who … more
Last Sunday, the Premier Cares Foundation held their 10th annual Prostate Cancer Walk, starting at the Ulster Welcome Center at the Walkway Over the Hudson.Dr. Evan Goldfischer, of the Premier … 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
Retired State Senator Bill Larkin, whose distinguished political career spanned nearly half a century, died Saturday at the age of 91. His death was announced Sunday afternoon by his … more
Last week the City of Beacon hosted a public forum on a proposal by Danskammer Energy to build a new $400 million natural gas-fired power plant to replace the 1950s era facility in the Town of … more
The Orange County Parks Department will begin improvements on the dam and both the upper and lower ponds at Algonquin Park in Newburgh on Wednesday, September 4. During construction, which is … more
The Shelter House Cafe in Newburgh has seen its fair share of vandalism, but instead of punishing the most recent vandals, owner Stephen Sinnott took the incident and turned it into a lesson for the … more
On August 27, Assemblymember Jonathan G. Jacobson (D-104) officially cut the ribbon at the new District Office he will be sharing with Senator James Skoufis (D-39) in the City of Newburgh at 47 Grand … more
Retired State Senator Bill Larkin, whose distinguished political career spanned nearly half a century, died Saturday at the age of 91. more
Supporters of Planned Parenthood gathered last Wednesday on Grand Street to protest what they are calling a gag rule that restricts health care providers from counseling patients about how and where … more
Community Day celebration draws 45,000 to Kristi Babcock Park. more
Last Saturday morning the Walkway Over the Hudson was closed to pedestrians to allow 1,070 motorcyclists, along with 403 passengers, from nearly 20 motorcycle clubs and community organizations, to … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
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