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The Town of Newburgh will be holding a Special Meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 3 at  7 pm to present the Town’s Preliminary Budget for 2022 and the Town’s Preliminary Budget for … more
Shall a law amending Section C4.01 entitled ‘Rules of Order” of the Charter of the City of Newburgh clarifying unexcused and excessive absence from Council meetings and defining … more
Article III “Prohibition of Eviction without Good Cause” to Chapter 240 “Rental Properties” was approved by council Monday night. According to the Housing Justice For All … more
Candy, ghouls and costumes galore were the many scenes at Chadwick Lake as the Town of Newburgh celebrated its annual Trunk or Treat celebration this past Friday. Unfortunately a year ago, the … more
Paul Ruggiero and Elizabeth “Betty” Greene will face first time candidates Terri Blancato-Horton and Donette Smith at the polls on November 2 for seats on the town board. Gilbert … more
Senator James Skoufis and State Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson pledged $100,000 to the City of Newburgh for the construction of a new free outdoor fitness court through the The National Fitness … more
Taxi drivers, friends and family gathered at 144 North Miller St. demanding justice for Jorge Arbayza De La Cruz on Thursday at noon. Arbayza De La Cruz was shot at 144 North Miller in an … more
Two years after George Meyers reclaimed the supervisor’s seat from George Green, he faces a challenge for re-election. Meyers, who defeated Green in the Republican primary in 2019, is … more
Jim Presutti, Town of Newburgh Commissioner of Parks, Recreation & Conservation, announced last Tuesday plans for the creation and construction of a new recreation center. According to … more
The Desmond Center officially opened with a ribbon cutting for the Town of Newburgh to utilize and continue to provide adult enrichment and a family friendly experience. Town of Newburgh … more
Local bands, vendors and supporters joined The Hudson Valley Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (HVSPCA) in their annual Donation and Adoption Celebration. The shelter, located at … more
SUNY Ulster, Ulster County Executive Patrick K. Ryan, and the Ulster County Inter-Agency Council on Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking will host “Hidden Truths and Youth” on … more
On Wednesday October 13 at approximately 9 p.m.,members of the City of Newburgh Police Department responded to the area 17 City Terrace for a Shot Spotter activation. Once on scene officers located a … more
Emergency vehicles arrived in style at Fostertown Elementary School last week. The Cronomer Valley Fire Department helped the students learn about fire safety during National Fire Prevention Week … more
City of Newburgh Mayor Torrance Harvey is working closely with the police department in the investigation of the unknown ‘Gentrification Notice’ tagger. On Saturday, Sept. 25, a notice … more
The Town of Cornwall and Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson will continue to use emergency medical services provided by the Town of New Windsor until Dec. 31, 2021. The contract, according to Town of … more
Lauren Barnett of Clinton Street has struggled with homelessness while living in the City of Newburgh, just a little over three years after moving here from Texas. Barnett currently shares a child … more
Newburgh customers had the opportunity to try coffee, for free, from 2 Alices, Rob’s Roast Coffees, Blacc Vanilla, and Newburgh Flour Shop during the inaugural Coffee with a Cop event. The … more
The Rhinebeck Bank has officially opened a new branch in the City of Newburgh at 456 Broadway. The announcement for the new branch was made via a press release from Rhinebeck Bank which states … more
Newburgh residents and patrons enjoy homemade, authentic Greek food, welcoming back the Newburgh Greekfest. The festival is normally held twice a year at St. Nicholas Greek Church at 19 Fullerton … more
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