Local news
2523 results total, viewing 101 - 120
On Friday morning at approximately 2:40 a.m.,. City of Newburgh Police were alerted by Shotspotter to gunshots being fired in the area of Mill and Hasbrouck Streets. Officers responded and confirmed … more
On Saturday the Highland Hose Company hosted a 20th Anniversary ceremony to honor those who were lost in the terrorist attacks on that fateful September day. This year the hose company called … more
Last week the Plattekill Zoning Board of Appeals [ZBA] dismissed Ken Rodriguez’s appeal of a determination made by the town’s Code Enforcement Officer Scott Mandoske on a drag strip that … more
The southern pier at the Milton Landing Park was officially opened last Friday afternoon in a well attended ribbon cutting ceremony that included state, county, town and committee officials as well … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104), last week, joined Highland Public Library Director Julie Kelsall-Dempsey and Library Trustees, Nancy Hammond (President), Fran Brooks (2nd Vice-President), … more
Highland School Board of Education discussed COVID-19 updates and protocols for students and faculty heading into the new school year at last Wednesday’s meeting. Highland schools … more
The Institute for Disaster Mental Health (IDMH) at SUNY New Paltz will reflect on 20 years of emergency management training, preparation and direct action at “From 9/11 to COVID-19: Lessons … more
The City of Newburgh’s Planning and Development office released a Request for Proposal (RFP) last Thursday to garner interest from a developer to take on remediation and purchase of … more
With the state’s COVID-inspired moratorium on evictions set to expire in January, Newburgh City Officials are looking at a way to protect the city’s most at risk … more
Appointed the new City of Newburgh court judge, Anika Mohammed feels the energy that the city gives off and for her, makes her proud to be a part of it. For Mohammed, being a part of a very diverse … more
On a clear and sunny Saturday afternoon, The Newburgh Armory Unity Center unveiled its new memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The memorial, an actual piece of rubble with … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) joined Newburgh Free Library Executive Director Mary Lou Carolan last week to announce $30,000 in funding to create a Digital Equity Lab. Jacobson said, … more
Free, new pajamas, bookbags, and supplies were all given away to children as The Salvation Army of Newburgh hosted Family Fun Day last Saturday. The event also included free food for all, games … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has recognized David Lionheart of the Town of Newburgh as September’s Citizen of the Month. Lionheart is the founder of Play for Your Freedom, a … more
Members of the Walden community gathered Saturday to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Following the singing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” and Deputy Mayor … more
The Pine Bush Central School District has faced some challenges with its busing at the onset of the new school year. It all started on Sept. 8 when there were a number of bus runs with no drivers. … more
Twenty-three individuals who either live, work or volunteer in Orange County have been selected as 2021 Orange County Rising Stars including 10 local honorees. “The independent selection … more
The Walden Village Board voted unanimously to opt out of allowing cannabis dispensaries and on-site consumption establishments at their meeting last Tuesday. Mary Ellen Matise, a resident of the … more
The Montgomery Town and Village Boards held a joint public hearing last Tuesday, to consider an annexation request that village officials hope will ultimately make the entrance to the village more … more
A 130-unit Traditional Neighborhood Development called Fall Park received enthusiastic support from the Gardiner Town Board following a presentation by the project’s developers at the … more
« Prev | 1 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 127 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.