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The City of Newburgh and the Newburgh Urban Farm & Food Initiative (NUFFI) welcomed New York State Assembly Speaker Carl E. Heastie to tour the urban farm grounds and visit the historic Downing … more
Families of New Windsor, the City of Newburgh and Town of Newburgh enjoyed another safe and fun celebration of National Night Out under clear skies on the evening of Tuesday, August 1. Local vendors, … more
Orange County Transit has been trying to connect to the Village of Walden’s sewer system for some time now, and after a very close vote, they just received an extension from the Walden Village … more
Despite concerns over the availability of water, the Montgomery Village Board has given its approval to a proposed townhouse project on Factory Street. Attorney Taylor Palmer, representing … more
In an effort to improve ambulance service in Pine Bush, the Shawangunk Town Board has created an ambulance district in that area of the town and will hire an ambulance corps to service it. The … more
Hirings and promotions were the order of the evening as the Maybrook village boards met in special session last week. Most of that action enabled the police department to begin moving out of what … more
National Night Out was yet again another success as local towns and municipalities gathered for food, drinks, fun and more. Three local towns, Crawford, Montgomery and Shawagunk threw their own … more
On July 15, State Troopers from the Highland barracks, along with officers from the Shawangunk Police Department, responded to a local residence in the town of Shawangunk for a report of a sexual … more
The Dairy Queen on Route 52 in the Town of Newburgh has been proposed to be torn down and a new building on the plus or minus acre lot would be built to be the future home of a Popeyes Chicken … more
In a letter sent to U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on Monday, New York State Senators Michelle Hinchey and Rob Rolison are calling for the reversal of sweeping operational changes proposed to be … more
Edward Iannuzzi-Sucich is this year’s recipient of the Father Hanley Council 7266 Knights of Columbus $1,000 scholarship. Presenting the K of C scholarship at the 4:00 p.m. mass celebrated by … more
Slight rain showers could not stop the celebration of the 88th Annual Ulster County Volunteer Firefighters Fair on Saturday, July 29 in the Hamlet of Wallkill. The annual parade welcomed more than 20 … more
For residents along the Hudson River, the natural waterway serves as the ideal location for kayaking, boating, jet skiing, fishing and other water recreational activities. In the Town of Marlborough, … more
Along Dock Road in the Town of Marlborough, new townhomes have been proposed to be constructed. However, in order to do so, the land required rezoning. On Monday, July 24, the Marlborough Town Board … more
The New York State Department of Public Service (DPS) has announced that Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation has agreed to pay for an independent monitor to verify system and operational … more
Ulster County Executive Jen Metzger last week announced the appointment of Joe McDonald as the new Director of Human Rights, and the County Executive and Legislative Leaders have also announced a … more
Addressing housing concerns and to ensure proper city codes are met, Mayor Torrance Harvey recently met with several City of Newburgh landlords to discuss each side’s grievances and to find … more
Six new pickleball and two basketball courts for additional resident recreation were planned for construction at Kristi Babcock Memorial Park in New Windsor. With these planned additions, the New … more
The public hearing for the proposed Legacy House project, a proposed 50 unit supportive housing facility on Johnston Street, owned by Newburgh Ministry, closed on Tuesday, July 25. The hearing took … more
The New York State Department of Public Service (DPS) has announced that Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation (Central Hudson) has agreed to pay for an independent monitor to verify system … more
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