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A brisk Halloween night in the City of Newburgh was celebrated with lights, music, costumes and candy as the annual City Trunk or Treat celebration welcomed families to enjoy a safe and fun evening. … more
The City of Newburgh officially broke ground on Friday, November 4 for the East End Lofts, a new 66 unit mixed-income housing development with business space located along South Colden Street. The … more
The project known as Mid-Valley/Starbucks was approved by the Town of Newburgh Planning Board to be circulated to the Orange County Planning Department for review on Thursday, November 2. The project … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board will see the project known as Gardner Ridge, a proposed multi-family and senior housing project return at their next meeting on Thursday, November 16. The project … more
Torrance Harvey won re-election Tuesday as mayor of the City of Newburgh, capturing more than 60 percent of the vote in a three-way race for mayor Unofficial results showed Harvey with a huge … more
Performing 30 plays in 60 minutes? That’s the challenge for the 10-person cast of Too Much Light Makes a Baby Go Blind at Mount Saint Mary College on Thursday, November 9, through … more
Ashley Torres is the Ulster County Democratic Commissioner of the Board of Elections in Kingston. She said in 2022 New York State changed the law on Absentee voting.   “In the … more
Nearly two hours of comments voiced sentiments of disapproval and frustration over the proposed rate increases by Central Hudson. The proposed rate increase announcement follows a controversial … more
PFAS (per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances) continues to be an on-going topic of concern in the Newburgh/New Windsor area since the announcement of contamination in 2016. Over the course of several … more
Leo Drye, owner of Leo’s Hotdogs, at first did not believe that someone came into his store and wanted to buy 30 of his hotdogs. However, after hearing what was planned for the hotdogs that he … more
The opening time for the highly anticipated career and technical education (CTE) building for the Newburgh Enlarged City School District remains to be September 2026. The Newburgh Board of Education … more
On a crisp and festive Saturday evening, the Town of Newburgh Emergency Medical Services (EMS) held their 6th annual Trunk-or-Treat event, transforming the rear of the Ambulance building into a … more
San Giacomo Dog Park on Saturday, October 28 in the Town of New Windsor welcomed dogs of all shapes and sizes as they celebrated their Howl-0-Ween Dog Costume Contest. The event was made possible … more
Kristi Babcock Memorial Park welcomed ghosts, ghouls, clowns, fairies, superheroes, princesses and more to the annual Halloween Party on Friday, October 27. Clear skies and good weather made the … more
National First Responders Day, designated by the U.S. Congress in 2017, recognizes and appreciates the services of paramedics, firefighters, emergency technicians and others in the service field on … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus hosted the County’s annual Orange County Leadership Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday, October 18 at The Barn at Villa Venezia in Middletown. … more
TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED 2024 BUDGET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Board of the Town of New Windsor, County of Orange, State of New York, will hold … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Cornwall) gathered Wednesday with state and county legislators at the Orange County Government Center to announce findings of a pervasive corruption scandal within the county … more
Keep Newburgh Beautiful, a community cleanup organization, presented to city council on Thursday, October 19 to discuss their clean up efforts and discuss alternative solutions to address city waste … more
The Town of New Windsor will hold a public hearing on the Preliminary 2024 Budget on November 1, 2023 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall. The preliminary budget proposes a 3.06% ($540,036) increase to the tax … more
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