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Tesla, the renowned electrical vehicle manufacturer owned by Elon Musk, announced on July 18 by the Orange County Partnership that it would be making the Town of Newburgh their home for a new company … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler and Sheriff Paul Arteta announced that the Orange County Joint White-Collar Crimes Taskforce has completed its investigation into the theft of … more
The community driven campaign “Newburgh Wants A Park” is seeking to recognize and convert Crystal Lake into a fully usable city park. Crystal Lake, located in Ward 3 of the City of … more
National Night Out (NNO) returns to the Newburgh/New Windsor area on Tuesday, August 1. The City of Newburgh, Town of Newburgh and Town of New Windsor will each be hosting their own respective events … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board declared itself lead agency and would be circulating the plans to the Orange County Planning Department for the project known as Matrix I-84 Distribution Center. … more
For months, the Town of Crawford has been working on completing the construction of their new pavilion, a square of space next to their popular UFO Museum to be used by the local community. The … more
Both Gardiner Supervisor Marybeth Majestic and Town of Shawangunk Supervisor John Valk agree their respective towns will make good use of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding from Ulster County … more
The Town of Montgomery Senior Independence Project (TOMSIP) is a dedicated volunteer group, and every year they host an annual event to recognize esteemed volunteers in their organization. This … more
Just last August, the Town of Montgomery welcomed a brand new 1.3 million-square-foot distribution center for Medline, a medical supply company that distributes and manufactures medical products. … more
The popular annual event National Night Out is just next week, and the Towns of Crawford, Montgomery and Shawangunk are all taking part. National Night Out, according to their website, is an … more
A speed hump is finally coming to Clark Place in Maybrook. When residents asked the village board for help in slowing speeding vehicles, a year of investigation and interim remedies resulted as the … more
The Village of Walden has approved a new agreement to provide a school resource officer (SRO) at Walden Elementary School for the upcoming school year. While it might have been a formality, a … more
Restaurants and businesses across the nation have been reporting a rise in thefts of used cooking oil, which is sold to processors who turn it into a bio-fuel, which is used in cosmetics and animal … more
Recently, Lloyd Supervisor Dave Plavchak put the town’s Affordable Housing Law on hold. He has been critical of the law, calling it unworkable in its present form, and indicated that he will … more
Kara Tatelbaum will be giving a reading from her book, “Putting My Heels Down: A Memoir of Having a Dream and a Day Job,” that will include a Q&A session and signing copies for sale … more
Thanks to generous support from sponsors and a successful golf tournament, the Highland Rotary Club has raised a substantial amount of money to aid the Highland Fire District in acquiring essential … more
A special free luncheon, jointly sponsored by the Southern Ulster Rotary Club and the Plattekill Veterans Committee, was held to honor and say ‘thank you’ to all Plattekill Veterans. … more
The property known as 163 Lander Street under the ownership of AHNA 163 Lander LLC was deemed condemned on Wednesday, July 12 by the City of Newburgh Code Compliance office. However, tenants continue … more
Dwayne Hines and Romaine McRae of Brooklyn were arrested on July 12 and each charged with Murder in the Second Degree and Attempted Murder in the Second Degree. Hines and McRae were the two men … more
Darren Stridiron who has often clashed with fellow school board members and the school’s administration during his tenure, is the new school board president. He was elected as the new … more
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