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Senator James Skoufis (D-Cornwall) joined with the Empire State Restaurant & Tavern Association and Orange County Tavern and Restaurant Association at The Golden Rail Ale House in Newburgh to … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is claiming “significant victories” in the Assembly one-house budget, restoring cuts from the Governor’s budget to public schools, highway … more
Family and friends on Saturday, March 9 at Life Restoration Church Inc at 136 First St, celebrated 19 graduates who completed the Lil Lawyas program in the City of Newburgh. The graduates received … more
The posh Mohonk Mountain House Resort and Spa will be hosting a group of City of Newburgh officials for three days in April. The City Council on Monday, March 11 unanimously approved an … more
The Newburgh City Council was presented on Thursday, March 7 with an initial proposal for a new mixed-use, mixed-income development at 35-37 Broad Street. The current site is a grassy area along … more
Newburgh Free Academy welcomes one and all to dazzle and marvel in their spring production of Hairspray from Friday, March 15 to Saturday, March 16. The story of Hairspray takes place in 1962 in … more
In celebration of its expanded Newburgh campus nursing program and the renovation of classroom and lab spaces to accommodate the additional students, SUNY Orange hosted approximately 60 community … more
A five story mixed-use with residential building has been proposed to be built at 50, 50 ½, 52, and 54 Liberty Street, currently a vacant lot. The project proposes 143 units to be constructed … more
William Walker, Carole Mineo, Ray Harvey and Dennis Grant were sworn in as new members of the Newburgh Board of Education on Tuesday, February 27. The new members will serve out their terms until the … more
Shapiro’s Furniture Barn, a fifth-generation City of Newburgh business located at 75 Chambers Street, continues today to be an active storefront and a local community supporter. The business … more
A recent report discussed the possible movement of Orange County offices and services such as the Department of Motor Vehicles into other buildings in the City of Newburgh or out of the city … more
Donald Fryar is known to many in his community as a deacon and the founder of True Insight Inc and to his immediate family as a brother, father and grandfather. In his book “From Loss to Gain: … more
Astronomer Irene Pease has presented four previous times at SUNY Orange on the stars and astronomy in light polluted areas at in-person events as well as zoom during the Covid shutdown. On Thursday … more
On February 28 at approximately 5:40pm, several men with guns pushed their way into a residence at 50 Fletcher Drive in the Town of Newburgh. With a knock at the front door, the resident … more
City Police Commissioner José Gomérez and City Police Chief Anthony Geraci presented the Newburgh City Council with all-terrain vehicle (ATV) regulations and police policy regulations … more
In 2008, African American remains were discovered and disturbed during construction of the City of Newburgh courthouse on Broadway. Now, the city is steps closer to re-interring the remains in a new … more
The project known as 85 Renwick Street proposes the construction of a new four story mixed-use with residential building containing 12 residential apartments and two retail spaces on the ground … more
The project known as 196 Broadway made an initial appearance to the City of Newburgh Planning Board on Tuesday, February 20. The proposal is to convert a vacant building into a mixed use building … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that Gary Maldonado, 42, of New Windsor, was arrested by the multi-agency Orange County White Collar Crime Task Force and charged with Grand … more
The City of Newburgh recently participated in the annual Point-In-Time Count under the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. A Feb. 8 presentation to a City Council work session … more
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