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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
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
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
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
It ended as it began, in darkness. Hudson Valley Honor Flight Mission 32 spanned nearly 18 hours and more than 600 miles. Eighty-three of America’s Heroes gathered at ShopRite in Montgomery … more
The SUNY Orange Foundation announces its upcoming Women in STEM Alumni Leadership Awards, to be held at the Highpoint in Newburgh, located at 245 Liberty Street, on Thursday, May 9 at 6 p.m. … more
A second serious fire in a little more than a week has ripped through a Newburgh neighborhood, leaving people homeless. On Monday, April 8, at 11:18 p.m. the City of Newburgh Fire Department … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved a referral letter to be written by its attorney and sent to the Zoning Board of Appeals for requested variances for the proposed Newburgh QuickChek … more
The male body found at Crystal Lake on March 22 has been identified as Andrew Conklin, born April 3, 1973, according to City of Newburgh Chief of Staff Mike Neppl. Conklin’s body was … more
Middle Hope staple Mary Jane’s Dairy Bar on Route 9W celebrated its grand re-opening on Friday, April 5. Present and previous owners, elected officials, town residents and emergency service … more
Residents of the City of Newburgh and the surrounding area are invited to the Newburgh Free Library on Sunday, April 14 between 2 to 4 p.m. to meet local authors and browse their original works as … more
Need a dress for the prom, but a little short of cash? No worries. Josephine and Ed Bloomfield can help you. After starting this initiative 20 years ago with the Minisink Valley Rotary Club, the … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Friday, April 5, 2024, Anthony Scarry, age 22, of Walden, was sentenced to seven years in prison to be followed by five (5) years of … more
A fire in a three-story Newburgh building that spread to neighboring structures, left 33 people homeless Sunday evening At 9:28 PM on Easter Sunday   the City of Newburgh Fire Department … more
The Newburgh Illuminated Festival, an annual community staple of the City of Newburgh, will not happen again this coming summer. The festival was last held in 2022 and was canceled in 2023. The … more
After 18 years of service and leadership, New Windsor Director of Parks and Recreation Matt Veronesi will begin a new chapter in the Town of Clarkstown as their newest superintendent of parks and … more
The Town of Gardiner mourns Jean-Ann McGrane, a community leader with a passion for preserving land and open space. She died on March 16 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie. She was 73. … more
Heading towards Easter Sunday, City of Newburgh residents and parishioners of St. Patrick’s Church performed a live procession of the Stations of the Cross on Friday, March 29. The procession … more
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