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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry [ATSDR] announced the launch of the PFAS exposure assessment in the City of Newburgh last … more
The City of Newburgh held two neighborhood development task force meetings last Wednesday. The first meeting was a stakeholder meeting on Wednesday afternoon in City Hall, and the second meeting was … more
The City of Newburgh Water Department held an open house and tour of its water plant last Saturday. The event also featured a visit to Browns Pond. Wayne Vradenburgh, Water Department … more
On Monday Senator Chuck Schumer, surrounded by elected officials and members of the law enforcement community, held a press conference at the City of Kingston Police Department, seeking immediate … more
The City of Newburgh held its third annual winter fest at Crystal Lake on Monday. The event was hosted by Scenic Hudson and its various community partners. Festivities included snowshoeing, … more
“You can be counted,” Pastor Mike Flowerz and Pastor Elijah Daniels of Revival Town lip-synced in front of the camera. “Don’t beg for nothing, all you got to do is be … more
Tara Vamos stood in the rain banging against her drum as she led a drumming circle of fellow activists and Hudson Valley residents. Other activists stood with them chanting and holding … more
A smiling couple walks past city hall with their children in toll. A woman jogs down Grand Street and proceeds to turn down Broadway. Further down Grand Street is the Newburgh Free Library where … more
The Newburgh City Council voted to authorize City Manager Joe Donat to apply for the Gun Involved Violence Elimination [GIVE] grant from the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services … more
Since Supervisor George Meyers officially took office in January, the Town of New Windsor has been back in business. Meyers has pledged to run a government that focuses on the needs of residents. One … more
A video recently went viral depicting students being forcibly removed from Middletown High School during the NFA-Middletown varsity basketball game. That video has become the subject of controversy … more
Downtown Bagel was packed with laughter and chatter last Thursday as Town of Newburgh residents and police officers gathered over bagels and coffee. Thursday was the first Coffee with a Cop event in … more
The Town of Newburgh was shaken by a fatal shooting this past Sunday. Just after 8 a.m. police received reports of shots fired at a single-family home on 1751 Route 300 in the Chadwick Lake … more
U.S. Rep. Sean Maloney (NY-18) held a press conference at Washington Lake on Monday celebrating the passage of the PFAS Action Act in the House of Representatives. Maloney released a letter on Monday … more
Ezekiel Marin is an 11th grade student at NFA North. Although he doesn’t take Mayor Torrance Harvey’s social studies class, he loves going to see Harvey during his lunches and after and … more
In an effort to address concerns over clean drinking water, the Newburgh City Council voted to endorse Riverkeeper’s drinking source water protection scorecard and its findings at … more
Newburgh held one of its many Census job fairs last Thursday afternoon in the Newburgh Free Library. This job fair was different compared to others as it was held in conjunction with the Visconti Bus … more
Downing Park’s fresh water pond, the Polly, is well-known for ice-skating during the winters. But this past winter and many winters before, the Polly hasn’t been open for ice-skating. … more
Newburgh’s Baptist Temple Church received a $6,000 grant from the New York Landmarks Conservancy to help fund brick masonry and roof repairs. This grant is part of the conservancy’s … more
“Quassaick Creek: A Greenway in the Making” at the Newburgh Free Library will open on January 31 at 5pm. The exhibition is organized by the Quassaick Creek Watershed Alliance and the … more
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