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Quietly sitting at the front of the room were Lonnie Spearman, Qualib Smith, and Nicholas Patterson. The three young men are NFA students, but not only that, they are My Brother’s Keeper fellows. … more
The Town of Newburgh is morning the loss of former Town of Newburgh Councilwoman and later Supervisor Jane Sager who passed away on Monday, November 18, 2019 at the age of 84, at her Florida winter … more
State Senator James Skoufis presented Anita Manley, mother of Town of Newburgh board member Scott Manley, with the New York State Senate Commendation Award at the most recent town board workshop … more
Although not a Newburgh native, Chuck Thomas takes pride in calling Newburgh home. In his time in Newburgh, Thomas has helped make his mark as the director of the Newburgh Free Library, and more. … more
Briefly interrupting the talk of budget cuts and layoffs at the last City Council meeting two Thursdays ago, 14-year-old Jaida Robles spoke about being chosen to represent Newburgh in the 2020 Miss … more
Highway Departments in the Mid-Hudson Region had their hands full on Sunday and Monday. Employees were tasked with clearing snow and ice from countless miles of roads. The key to completing … more
After months and months of meetings and countless hours of planning, Project Sailfish was approved at the Town of Montgomery Planning Board meeting last Monday. The approval brings a large … more
On Friday, November 29, Sergeant James (Jimmy) Johnson was honored with his final walk-out from the Town of Crawford Police Department. Despite being held the day after Thanksgiving, a popular … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Commissioner of Public Works Erik Denega have announced that the Dwaar Kill Bridge, located along the border of the Towns of Montgomery and Crawford, has … more
The saying, ‘it ain’t over till it’s over’ is an apt summation of the current status of the race for Ulster County District Attorney. On election night the tally was three votes apart with … more
The Pine Bush Central School District announced a number of personnel changes at the Board of Education meeting last Tuesday night. Highlighting this matter was the appointment to tenure for … more
From about the late 1880’s milk was sold in glass bottles and beginning in the early 1920’s those bottles were made with the dairy farm information right in the glass. Bottles were often … more
There is an election set for Tuesday, December 10 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the firehouse at 25 Milton Avenue for residents to vote for a Fire Commissioner. There are five Fire Commissioners who are … more
The annual holiday open house and tree lighting, hosted by the Sarah Hull Hallock library and the Hamlet of Milton Association, respectively, is kicking off the holiday season on Sunday, Dec. 8, from … more
Marlborough Building Inspector Tom Corcoran told the Town Board that they need to more closely monitor the activities taking place at the TOMVAC building. He pointed out that the board did not … more
Last week the Marlborough Town Board unanimously approved a base bid of $1,479,648 from the Arben Group LLC to restore the south pier at the Milton Landing Park. In addition, the board approved an … more
In recent weeks Highland Landing Park Manager Lenny Auchmoody has installed a series of LED lights at the waterfront park that illuminates the area in the evening hours. He said the Selux Corporation … more
City Manager Joseph P. Donat has declared a snow emergency in the City of Newburgh effective Saturday, November 30, at 6 pm. Snow Emergency parking regulations will be in effect until the Snow Emergency is lifted by the City Manager. more
With the holiday season approaching, the Clintondale Christian Church gave their community an early taste of Thanksgiving on Saturday. The event took place at the Church’s fellowship hall … more
A Public Hearing to consider a building moratorium in Lloyd was held last Wednesday evening at the Highland Firehouse. It was attended by a large number of town residents as well as attorneys … more
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