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The Town of Gardiner is providing free COVID rapid test kits to residents. The kits are available at town hall, 2340 Route 44-55, Gardiner, during normal (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) business hours. … more
There is a proposal to create a single village within the Town of Crawford. Though it’s far from a done deal, the Crawford Town Board has taken steps to preserve the autonomy of the two fire … more
Due to emergency sewer line repairs, temporary parking restrictions will be in-place along Valley Avenue between South Street and Third Street, beginning on December 20, 2021 and extending through … more
Highland Public Library, a member of the Mid-Hudson Library System has recently completed their Sustainable Libraries Initiative Certification. The Sustainable Libraries Initiative (SLI) is an … more
On Monday, December 13, City of Newburgh Historian Mary McTamaney received a certificate of appreciation on behalf of Mayor Torrance Harvey and the city council for her work on the rededication of … more
The City of Newburgh seeks to fill two vacated positions on the Board of Assessment Review. The terms for these position end on September 30, 2025 and September 30, 2024 respectively. The Board of … more
On December 7, 2021 The United States Marshals NY/NJ Fugitive Taskforce located and arrested a Newburgh man who was wanted for his role in a shootout that took place back on September 8th, 2021 at … more
Supervisor Charles E. Carnes is pleased to announce his final 2022 budget, which was approved by the Town Board at their November 18, 2021 meeting. For 2022 the general budget will show a decrease of … more
More than four months after Elizabeth A. Skinner was hired as Walden Village Treasurer, the village board formally and finally approved her salary off $71,500. Skinner’s appointment was made … more
Gardiner Library hosts Slow Jam on Sunday December 19, 3:30 - 5:15 p.m. All musicians and acoustic instruments are welcome. The Slow Jam allows those new to playing an acoustic instrument to … more
The City of Newburgh will be transitioning its source of drinking water from Brown's Pond to the Catskill Aqueduct on the morning of Monday December 13. The process will take approximately four … more
The Lloyd Town Board promoted Officer Michael Roberto [L] to Detective at a salary of $76,931 and moved Kevin Doyle [R] from a part time to a full time Officer at a salary of $45,238 at the … more
National nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) announced that Modena Rural Cemetery (MRC) in Modena, NY will be joining in the effort to support the mission to Remember, Honor, Teach, as an official … more
The Orange County Chamber of Commerce would like to announce the relocation of their main office and the opening of an additional satellite office. The main office, previously located at 40 Matthews … more
City of Newburgh Police announce their first arrest in connection with the quadruple shooting incident that occurred on November 17. On November 17, at 3:31 p.m. City of Newburgh Police received a … more
Hudson Valley Arts Live on Washington Street in the City of Newburgh reported a positive case of COVID-19. The Newburgh venue hosted the Hung With Care show the day following Thanksgiving. The event … more
As of November 17, weekly testing has restarted for unvaccinated employees in the Newburgh Enlarged City School District. Christopher Bayer, Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services … more
Congregation Agudas Israel honored the area’s First Responders last Wednesday at its nightly menorah lighting. Local police, fire and EMTs were invited to participate. more
Members of the Rodriguez family joined Joe (l.) and Cantor Nava Herzog, Sunday night in celebration of the Eighth Night of Chanukah at Walden’s Congregation Beth Hillel. It was the first time … more
Captain Joe LoCicero takes his final walk as a member of the City of Newburgh Police Department on Monday, retiring after 22 years of active duty. Family members, present and former colleagues and a … more
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