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The New Windsor Planning Board declared the project U-Haul Moving & Storage Of Vails Gate Site Plan And Special Use Permit as an unlisted action under the State Environmental Quality Review Act … more
The New Windsor Planning Board voted to set a public hearing and declared the project, Moreau Home Occupation, as a Type II action under the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR). The … more
Orange County’s Division of Environmental Facilities and Services (DEFS) and Department of Planning will join local community organizations, schools, and businesses to promote food waste … more
Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties, together with The Cornwall Yacht Club, Vincent Serrano of Greater Newburgh Detachment #249 Marine Corps League, and Newburgh Free Academy Air Force JROTC … more
Police responded to the Varick Peterson Homes in the City of Newburgh atapproximately 10:20 p.m. on Thursday, March 16, following a 911 call. Responding officers located a deceased male inside a … more
Vehicle Fire Contained Orange Lake Fire Department were dispatched at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, March 8 to 2 Sylvester Court to contain a vehicle fire. Fire Chief William Lynn upon arrival reported that … more
Newburgh City Council declared its intent as lead agency under the State Environmental Quality Review Act [SEQR] to amend Chapter 300 of the city code titled Zoning with regards to cannabis … more
Mayor Torrance Harvey, in the presence of the city council, city staff and community members, swore in 17 new auxiliary police officers for the City of Newburgh Police Department during their regular … more
Newburgh City Council approved the amendments to the city charter and city code that will now incorporate the approved title of fire commissioner and the position’s roles within the fire … more
Newburgh City Council approved at the cost of $157,563.94 for an executed contract through the city manager for professional services from CDW Government, LLC to purchase and install Cohesity cloud … more
In the second week of March, the City of Newburgh experienced three water breaks on Hampton Place, North St. and Clinton St. 13 water main breaks since the beginning of 2023 have been reported in the … more
Town of Newburgh Police Chief Bruce Campbell presented to the Newburgh Town Board on Monday, March 13 a new police security initiative known as Help Keep Our Neighborhood Safe that would see … more
No further updates have been released by the Newburgh Enlarged City School District following a recent report of an investigation into Roger Ramjug, former Director of Management Efficiency/ Capital … more
Town of Newburgh Councilman Scott Manley announced that the Town of Newburgh will host a public question and answer session with an additional presentation by Central Hudson on Thursday, March 30 at … more
The 36th annual Wallkill St. Patrick’s Day Parade returns Sunday, with floats, candy and lots of green. The parade steps off at 2 p.m. at the John G. Borden Middle School. This … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Thursday, March 2, 2023, Roger Alleyne, 34, of Newburgh, was sentenced to eleven years in prison to be followed by five years of … more
Join the award-winning REBEL ensemble on March 12 for an afternoon of works by leading baroque composers. The program, entitled “Treasures of the High Baroque and Rococo,” begins at 3 pm … more
The Newburgh Free Library has been selected by the New York State Department of Labor to receive an award of $250,000 under the Workforce Development Initiative (WDI) Consolidated Funding Application … more
The City Council Meeting scheduled for Monday, March 13, 2023 at 7:00 p.m. has been relocated to the Activity Center at 401 Washington Street, Newburgh, New York … more
The Town of Newburgh Democratic Committee is seeking individuals to run as candidates for the upcoming November election cycle in 2023. The positions available for the election and their … more
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