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On a day in which he was sworn in to begin his second term in office, Assemblyman Colin Schmitt (R-New Windsor) came under fire from local Democrats who accused him of supporting the “far right … more
Town Supervisor Gil Piaquadio said the Town of Newburgh is heading into 2021 focusing on highlights including purchasing the Desmond Estate, supporting the police department and thinking of … more
City of Newburgh councilwoman Karen Mejia announced at the December 14 council meeting that she will not be seeking a third term. “It’s been a historic year – we’ve lost … more
Newburgh Free Library Director Chuck Thomas retired after a 22-year career, which was filled with connecting the people of Newburgh through the library. His last day was on December 31, where he has … more
In the first of a two part series, Scenic Hudson’s Environmental Advocacy Director, Hayley Carlock, hosted an online presentation that highlighted alternatives to a newly proposed, gas-fired … more
When it came time for William Maier to decide what he wanted to do for his Eagle Scout project, he knew he had to find a way to honor his late grandfather’s love of trains and incorporate his … more
Newburgh police chief Arnold Amthor announced the creation of a Police Chaplaincy Unit, which will serve to support the mission of the police department, care for the well-being of the officers and … more
The Board of Directors of the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center has announced the selection of Peter Criswell as the new Executive Director. “After conducting an extensive nationwide … more
Just before the holiday season, the Lloyd Economic Development Committee [EDC] provided the Town Board with their year end report. EDC President Charles Glasner noted that like many other … more
In conjunction with the launch of the third edition of The Hudson: An Illustrated Guide to the Living River, Clearwater will host a virtual speaker series featuring three of the book’s authors, … more
  The Town of Montgomery community continues to aid the Holmes and Rizzo families after they were left without shelter following a house fire the day after Christmas. At 2:32 a.m. on Dec. … more
Village of Walden Deputy Mayor John Ramos has announced that he is running for mayor of the Village of Walden. He is running for mayor, as he believes that there is a lot of unfinished business … more
The Town of Montgomery honored retiring building inspector Walter Schmidt for his 15 years of service at the town board meeting on Dec. 17 and at a ceremony on Dec. 23. Schmidt worked in his … more
The Town of Montgomery Highway Department saved town taxpayers more than $600,000 on two capital improvement projects in 2020. The highway department worked with the new administration at town … more
The Montgomery Village Board voted unanimously to adopt Local Law No. 3 of 2020 at their meeting last Tuesday. This local law extends the moratorium on the submission and processing of applications … more
The Montgomery Town Board voted unanimously to appoint John Van Tassel as the interim chief of police for the Town of Montgomery Police Department at their special meeting on Dec. 23. … more
Although the moratorium on rental evictions was extended from the end of January to the beginning of May, Legal Services of the Hudson Valley is still encouraging those possibly facing eviction at … more
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney’s (NY-18) bill, the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coin Act, was signed into law by President Trump. The bill will honor the National Purple … more
When the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh ReStore reopened in mid-June, they were ready to figure out how to navigate operating a retail thrift store during a pandemic. While they had to … more
On December 29 New Windsor Police Officer Levy and Detective Pierri conducted a traffic stop on Route 9W of a vehicle out of Riverhead. During the traffic stop it was determined that the … more
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