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Senator Michelle Hinchey has announced that numerous initiatives she created and championed are included in the final State Budget for FY’25, which will benefit Hudson Valley communities and … more
It was 45 years ago when I first went to work for a weekly newspaper called the Stewart Citizen, which served the suburbs that surround the City of Newburgh. It was my first newspaper job and to me, … more
Ancora Training, a leading provider of workforce development programs, has announced their CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) program will now be offered at Orange County Community College (SUNY … more
The upcoming Newburgh City Council Regular Meeting scheduled for Monday, April 22, has been rescheduled to Wednesday, April 24. The rescheduled City Council Regular Meeting will be held … more
City of Newburgh Police responded to a stabbing on South Street in area of Allison Ave on April 18 at approximately 2:30 p.m.   Empress EMS transported one  subject to Montefiore-St … more
Families and residents of the City of Newburgh have recently suffered two late-night fires in the span of a week. Several minor injuries were reported following each of the blazes, and the buildings … more
Recently, William Farrell, President of the Plattekill Library Board of Trustees, and board member Mark Cambalik, gave a presentation to the Town Board on a plan to build a 4,000 sq/ft wing off of … more
Several Airbnb owners in Crawford, after receiving violations from the building department, will appear at the town’s April 18 meeting to discuss regulations for short-term rentals and the … more
A reduction in staff and a $9 million budget gap are the lowlights of the 2024-25 budget presented to the Newburgh Board of Education last week. The proposed budget, along with the library … more
In his report to the public and the school board, Superintendent Joel Freer spoke about the recent move of the Middle School students and staff to the High School after a devastating fire at the … more
Officers of the Walden Police Department had a busy week in the village as they investigated car larcenies on Oak Street last Tuesday, April 9, and maintained traffic safety during a brief power … more
Mayor Mike Hembury is in the process of creating The New York Forward Local Planning Committee (LPC) for the Village of Montgomery. Now the real work and exciting work begins, according to Brian … more
The Lloyd American Legion Post 193 in Highland presented a plaque to honor Bud Walker and his team for their continuous support and participation in the Highland Memorial Day Parade. For more than 20 … more
A new warehouse distribution center has been proposed on South Street in the City of Newburgh at the former DuPont-Stauffer Landfill site. The City of Newburgh Industrial Development Agency (IDA) are … more
Only a handful of residents turned out for Maybrook’s annual budget hearing and even fewer spoke. When all was said and done, the village board passed the budget without change. The total … more
Nathaniel ‘Nemo’ Swart, of Boy Scout Troop 70 in Highland and a Junior at the High School, presented his Eagle Scout project last week to the Lloyd Town Board. Supervisor Dave Plavchak … more
The Town of Lloyd Water & Sewer Administrator Adam Litman started his report to the Town Board by saying,”Let’s talk about water; it’s been raining and raining and raining. So … more
Walden residents and visitors with electric vehicles can charge up with ease after the village installed an EV-charging station a few weeks ago in the Orchard Street parking lot. This project was … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh celebrated on Saturday, April 6 the completion of their 107th affordable home. It’s at 157 North Miller Street, also known as the Judy McLaughlin Women … more
Dan and Jacqui Ferrari Heavens, proprietors of Quartz Rock Vineyard in Marlboro, hosted their 4th Comedy Night Saturday evening. The event is part of a series the Vineyard is hosting for the public … more
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