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More than 300 citizens received their first dose of the COVID 19 vaccination, Saturday, at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center Mayor Torrance Harvey announced at Monday night’s City Council … more
At the end of January, volunteers, elected officials and anti-poverty organization RECAP participated in HUD’s annual Point in Time Count to talk to those on the streets who are suffering from … more
The Newburgh Clean Water Project met for an hour-long session on Wednesday, January 27 to discuss the relaxation of rules regarding lead in water and the importance of an intersectional approach. The … more
The Town of Newburgh Emergency Services has continuously stepped up to serve its community during the pandemic. More recently, two members – Crystal DePew and Jonathan Fessock – were … more
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced at his Wednesday, January 28 press conference that all orange zone restrictions across the state have been lifted following a decline in new case and hospitalization … more
At what point does a restaurant owner continue accumulating debt or decide to close their doors for good? That is the question owners Jenifer Flynn and Lani Ricozzi of Barking Goose keep asking … more
Artist Philippe Halaburda, who recently arrived in the Hudson Valley from France via Brooklyn, is exhibiting some of his latest works through April 1 at the AGC Gallery, 65 Liberty Street in … more
The Pine Bush Central School District (PBCSD) has been experiencing a decline in enrollment that is expected to continue over the next 10 years. At last Tuesday’s board of education … more
The Town of Montgomery is in the process of drafting a leash law to ensure the safety of its residents. The Montgomery Town Board has found that the running at large and other uncontrolled behavior … more
Kelly Eskew, Crawford Town Councilwoman and Orange County Deputy Clerk, has announced that she will run for a four-year term as Orange County Clerk. She says she has relevant experience and passion … more
Though candidates are still collecting signatures, Joseph Byrne has announced that he will challenge two veteran Village of Maybrook trustees for two open two-year terms. James Barnett and Kevin … more
The Town of Montgomery Police Department has adopted a trial defense tactics training course as part of Executive Order 203, requiring each local government in the state to accept a policing reform … more
After years of lengthy and tedious procedures that left the applicant stating he’d “like to have to go through this process again,” the Town of Gardiner Planning Board voted to … more
The much sought after COVID-19 vaccine is in short supply and only select groups of New Yorkers can get it. The state is currently administering vaccines to eligible residents in Phase 1a and 1b. … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus is proud to recognize Black History Month, which runs through the month of February. “Black History Month encourages us to celebrate and honor all … more
On Jan 29 at 10:38 p.m., Newburgh Police report that officers were dispatched to the area of 165 Chambers St for a naked male running down the street. Officers arrived on scene and observed a male … more
Dr. Roberto Padilla, Superintendent of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District accepted 2,000 masks from the Rotary’s Million Mask Challenge. Masks will be distributed by NECSD’s My … more
Scholars in NECSD’s My Brother’s Keeper Program (MBK) engaged in a National Day of Service on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by handing out masks to community members. The young men were at … more
Last week the Lloyd Town Board said they are not able to pay Mobile Life an additional $103,000 for their ambulance services. The board has extended the terms of the 2020 contract through the end of … more
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