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The Falcon will be closed for a month beginning Friday, Jan 14. for one month, citing COVID cancellations. "After experiencing a long cycle of booking-promotion-cancellation-replacement bookings … more
Orange County’s Department of General Services has announced that the Flowflex SARS-COV-2 antigen rapid test kits (self-testing) that the County distributed on Thursday, January 13th in the … more
On January 8, at approximately 7:28 a.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department responded to 56 Van Ness Street for report of an assault in progress. Officers arriving on scene located a 50-year old … more
On January 6, at approximately 3:19 p.m. City of Newburgh Police Officer Ambrosetti and New York State Trooper Richichi, while working the Precision Policing Initative, effected a Vehicle and Traffic … more
ADS Properties proposed to the Newburgh Planning Board a new car wash site for the town at 1295 Route 300. The existing property is a Meineke service station. The project applicant also proposed a … more
Prior to Monday night’s Newburgh Town Board meeting, Supervisor Gil Piaquadio (c) was sworn in by Town Justice Richard Clarino to begin his fourth full term in office. He originally assumed the … more
The New Windsor Police Department conducted Holiday Patrols in the commercial areas of town during the final three weeks of December 2021. This increased patrol initiative consisted of uniformed … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson’s (D-104) bill (A2330A/S4186A) commissioning a study of the feasibility of burying all or most of the electrical, telephone, and internet transmission lines in … more
Effective January 10, 2022, Charlotte Mountain joins the City of Newburgh, assuming the role of Code Compliance Supervisor. Previously serving as the building inspector for the Village of Cold … more
The Orange County Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of their newest Chairman of the Board, Eric Maldonado, of Montgomery. Maldonado has been in the role of Vice Chair for two years … more
The board of directors at Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress today announced the appointment of Adam Bosch to be the organization’s next president and chief executive officer. Bosch, a lifelong … more
COVID-19 cases have surged in Orange County. The reported figures were recorded and updated on January 5 at 4 p.m. from the county. The Orange County Department of Health has reported 82,989 … more
In 2019, “Orange County Think Differently” (OCTD) was launched with the intent to include individuals, businesses, organizations, and communities to improve how we relate to our neighbors … more
On January 6, at approximately 3:19 p.m. City of Newburgh Police Officer Ambrosetti and New York State Trooper Richichi, while working the Precision Policing Initative, effected a Vehicle and Traffic … more
On January 7, at approximately 12:05 a.m, the City of Newburgh Police Department received a ShotSpotter notification for the area of Overlook Place and South Lander Street. ShotSpotter was indicating … more
The Christmas season brought special gifts of cheer, and treasured traditions of community spirit, to Meals on Wheels of Greater Newburgh. For decades, The Community Garden Club of Orange and … more
Gardiner Library hosts The Ukuleleans! on Wednesday January 12, 6 - 8 p.m.  All ages welcome, from beginner to experienced. Join accomplished Ukulele performer Jeff Pfeffer and have … more
With COVID cases on the rise again, the Village of Walden has decared a State of Emergency, effectively limiting access to muncipal offices. The State of Emergency, declared by Village Manager … more
Early morning freezing rain led to slippery conditions and multiple accidents on Wednesday, Jan. 5. One accident was at Old South Plank Road and South  Plank Road. One subject was … more
Orange Lake Firefighters  responded to a chimney fire at Kings Hill Road on January 5. Orange Lake firefighters used hand lines and ground ladders, Coldenham FD responded to the … more
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