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After two long years, the Town of Newburgh celebrated the return of Community Day at Algonquin and Cronomer Parks with local food, music, vendors and activities in preparation for the fireworks … more
Recently Marlborough artists Barbara Masterson and Sydney Cash were honored at Arts Mid-Hudson’s 10th Annual Ulster County Executive’s Art Awards Ceremony. Masterson was recognized in … more
Marlborough Supervisor Scott Corcoran said the town has received all four bids for the TOMVAC rehabilitation project for the heating and air-conditioning, plumbing, general construction and … more
Supervisor Scott Corcoran said he has met several times with developers Scott Layton and Ron Cypress about their proposed dockside residential project near the hamlet of Marlboro. Corcoran said … more
In January Dave Zambito was appointed as Marlboro Town Councilman to finish the term of Scott Corcoran, who defeated Al Lanzetta last November for the position of Supervisor. Zambito is now running … more
In preparation for the anticipated fireworks display along the waterfront in the evening, City of Newburgh residents enjoyed local food and flavor from noon till 11 p.m. at the first annual Food … more
Amal Ishak, owner, of Cream Boutique on Liberty Street, was in Arizona several weeks ago when she first learned of a devastating fire on Lander Street that killed one, injured another and displaced a … more
After seven years of dedicated service to the City of Newburgh, Father William Damroth bid farewell to the parish of St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta to begin his new life as pastor of Immaculate … more
Keep It Moving, Hacienda Skate Shop and Keaton’s Kids joined together recently to celebrate the first Great Skate Giveaway in the City of Newburgh. 100 brand new and completely built … more
The Jet Set, a tropical tiki bar, restaurant, and lounge, is about to land at the Newburgh Waterfront this summer. The business partnership brings together some of the hottest business minds in … more
Valley Central Board of Education President Joseph Bond, along with Board of Education members, unanimously approved a contract between the district and long-time Valley Central educator Tammy … more
Another successful Circleville 4th of July Parade is in the books. Families gathered alongside streets, Monday morning, to catch a glimpse of the patriotic parade rolling down Renton Road and … more
LGBTQ+ youth in the Montgomery community celebrated their true colors during an inaugural prom held during Pride Month recently. The Kaleidoscope Pride Prom: Let Your True Colors Shine!, event … more
Pending approval from the Federal Aviation Administration, the proposed Food Bank of the Hudson Valley Warehouse has received a height variance from the zoning board of appeals. Engineer Jay … more
The Hudson Valley Animal Shelter Fund, a component fund of the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan, has distributed grants totaling $16,800 to four organizations dedicated to rescuing, … more
The Orange County Department of Health held its second annual Public Health Summit on Tuesday, June 28 at the Rowley Center at SUNY Orange in Middletown. The Summit is held as part of a year-long … more
On June 27, 2022, at approximately 11:15 p.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department received a ShotSpotter notification in the area of North Miller St. Upon arrival Officers located a 16-year-old … more
On Thursday, June 23, The Newburgh Free Academy [NFA] Class of 2022, 744 graduates in total, walked across the stage at Academy Field and received their diplomas, ready to head off into the next … more
Marlboro High School held its 86th Commencement ceremony for the Class of 2022 out on the football field under a beautiful sunny blue sky. The Class of 2022 processed out onto the field to the … more
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