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 Orange County Health Commissioner Dr. Irina Gelman has announced that at least three County DMV workers in the Middletown office have been reported to have tested positive for COVID-19. As … more
On November 3, 2019, 36-year-old Jessica Lopez went missing and on Friday, November 6 of this year, District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced murder charges for her death. At this time, the body … more
Republican Hyun Chin Kim has won the County Court Judge seat with 60 percent of the votes, or 77,115 votes, as of early Wednesday morning, making history as the first woman sitting as an Orange … more
City of Newburgh Police are investigating a shooting incident on Tuesday. On  November 3rat approximately 6:42 p.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department responded to a Shot Spotter … more
Last Sunday a special ceremony was held to dedicate the Milton Train Station to Glenn Clarke. A plaque is affixed to the outside of the station near the entrance, noting that, “it was through … more
Last week the Marlborough Town Board unanimously passed their 2021 town budget. Before the vote Supervisor Al Lanzetta thanked Councilman Scott Corcoran and Budget Officer Christina Wilklow for their … more
Marlborough and Lloyd were not going to let Halloween slip on by without some kind of celebration for the kids. Marlborough Highway Superinten-dent John Alonge organized a ‘Drive Thru Trunk … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric is in the process of completing service restoration efforts to customers who were impacted by Monday’s damaging wind gusts. Strong winds toppled limbs and … more
Recently NYS Senator James Skoufis presented an Empire State Award to Frida’s Bakery & Cafe in Milton for cooking and providing meals to the community during the covid 19 pandemic. … more
By Tuesday night it was clear that incumbent republican Colin J. Schmitt was voted to hold the 99th District Assembly seat once again. Early Wednesday morning the Orange County Board of … more
Anthony LoBiondo and Rich Steger are both waiting on the results of mail in ballots before claiming a victory as Newburgh Town Councilman. As of early Wednesday morning, Steger had 44.79 percent … more
            As votes were still being counted across the nation on Wednesday, the Hudson Valley was awash in red after Tuesdays state and local … more
Every Wednesday morning cars begin lining up outside of the Newburgh United Armory Center for their 30 to 50 pound box of food from the Larkin Center. This Wednesday, 56 cars were waiting before the … more
The City of Newburgh passed a resolution at the October 26 council meeting authorizing the City Manager to accept a proposal from Creighton Manning Engineering, LLP to begin making a section of … more
The Police Advisory Committee was formed over the summer and since then has been meeting biweekly to perform a comprehensive review of New York State Executive Order 203. The New York State … more
On the evening of Sunday, October 25 a sewer main collapsed and caused an embankment failure below the intersection of Liberty Street and Bayview Terrace around 6 p.m. The City of Newburgh quickly … more
The Greater Newburgh Parks Conservancy has been busy finding ways to make Newburgh greener. Although they have only been active for a little over a year now, they have hit the ground running with … more
Even though the weather might be getting colder, restaurant owners can still apply for an outdoor dining permit thanks to the resolution passed at last week’s council meeting. The resolution … more
Krispy Fresh Cutz is expanding to the heart of Newburgh with its new location at 89 Broadway, after operating for five years out of its Gidney Avenue location. On Sunday morning community … more
Recent positive COVID-19 cases have caused local school districts to change learning formats. Valley Central On Oct. 29, the Valley Central School District was informed that two Valley Central … more
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