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A public hearing by the Montgomery Village Board on whether or not to opt out of the state’s new cannabis law has been adjourned until December 21. The hearing, originally scheduled for … more
A public hearing by the Montgomery Village Board on whether or not to opt out of the state’s new cannabis law has been adjourned until December 21. The hearing originally scheduled for … more
Two teenagers - one juvenile and one adult - have been arrested and charged in the aftermath of a pistol-whipping assault that occured during dismissal on Oct. 25, City of Newburgh police have … more
Mount Saint Mary College is proud to announce the appointment of lifelong Newburgh resident Genesis Ramos as Executive Director of the Desmond Center for Community Engagement and … more
Do you and your family hold the holiday spirit? If so, come celebrate the season at Vision of Wallkill’s Santa Drive-Thru taking place on Sunday, December 5, between 3 – 4 p.m. at the … more
Mid Hudson Church to host Christmas Craft FairThe Mid Hudson Christian Church will host a Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday, December 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.The fair will feature hand-crafted items … more
The Crawford Country Christmas Tractor Parade in honor of Sgt. Eric O. Meier will be held on Sat. Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. Tractor drivers should arrive early at Lloydz on Railroad Ave. Bring a dish to pass … more
Book & Art SeriesGardiner Library presents Books and Art Series on Saturday December 4 at 11AM. Ages 4-6 step inside the picture book Frederick by Leo Lionni and try some of the art techniques … more
Due to very recent changes in COVID-19 safety mitigation policies, the West point Holiday Show is now limited to Department of Defense ID cardholders and their dependents … more
The Plattekill Town Board meeting scheduled for Dec 1 has been canceled due to personal matters affecting two town board members. Two scheduled public hearings, on a proposed towing law and … more
The public is cordially invited to attend an illumination ceremony of our annual “Blue Light” tree on Friday, December 10, at 6 p.m. in memoriam of officers who have given the ultimate … more
Assembly member Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is calling on the New York State Department of Labor to undertake major reforms of the agency’s workforce development programs. Jacobson said, … more
The City of Newburgh unanimously adopted the newly proposed and reviewed city budget for the Fiscal Year 2022. Mayor Torrance Harvey thanked City Manager Todd Venning, the comptroller’s office … more
Anna’s Restaurant, located at 491 Broadway in Newburgh, welcomed back its customers on Monday, November 22 after a brief shutdown. The shutdown of the restaurant resulted from an employee who … more
The City of Newburgh is pleased to announce its highly anticipated socially distant Holiday parade. The parade takes place Saturday, December 4, 2021, starting at 12 p.m. The parade officially … more
On Monday, November 29, the Town of New Windsor announced on their website and platforms that all town meetings will be held virtually until further notice. With the current pandemic and the newly … more
The New York State Bridge Authority (NYSBA) announced that major construction for the deck replacement project on the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge’s north span has reached the halfway mark. By fall … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Wednesday, November 24, Justina Ferguson, 46, of Middletown, pleaded guilty before Orange County Court Judge Craig Stephen Brown to … more
A. J. Schenkman, a local historian and teacher, has been writing about the history of the Hudson Valley for some time, and his latest book centers around the American Revolution and the role played … more
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