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For Cindy Torres-Bender living along a state highway is a tragedy waiting to happen. “The traffic is constant,” Torres-Bender said. “People never do the speed limit.” In … more
On Friday, Sept. 17, 2021, this day will be known in the Town of Newburgh as Dr. Victor T. Redano Day and 21 Hudson Valley Professional Plaza will be forever known as the Rendano Building. Town … more
On a sunny, hot Saturday afternoon, the Newburgh Community Photo Project (NCPP) began hanging banners in Delano-Hitch Park in preparation for their unveiling of their project “Truth Be Told: … more
Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, one of the most celebrated duos on the American acoustic music scene, bring their unique brand of fiddling and storytelling to Newburgh on Sept. 26. The concert, presented … more
Safe Harbors of the Hudson is pleased to present our Black Renaissance Festival Visual Arts Exhibition as part of the 2nd annual Black Renaissance Festival, an exhibition of visual and performing … more
On Friday morning at approximately 2:40 a.m.,. City of Newburgh Police were alerted by Shotspotter to gunshots being fired in the area of Mill and Hasbrouck Streets. Officers responded and confirmed … more
The City of Newburgh’s Planning and Development office released a Request for Proposal (RFP) last Thursday to garner interest from a developer to take on remediation and purchase of … more
With the state’s COVID-inspired moratorium on evictions set to expire in January, Newburgh City Officials are looking at a way to protect the city’s most at risk … more
Appointed the new City of Newburgh court judge, Anika Mohammed feels the energy that the city gives off and for her, makes her proud to be a part of it. For Mohammed, being a part of a very diverse … more
On a clear and sunny Saturday afternoon, The Newburgh Armory Unity Center unveiled its new memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The memorial, an actual piece of rubble with … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) joined Newburgh Free Library Executive Director Mary Lou Carolan last week to announce $30,000 in funding to create a Digital Equity Lab. Jacobson said, … more
Free, new pajamas, bookbags, and supplies were all given away to children as The Salvation Army of Newburgh hosted Family Fun Day last Saturday. The event also included free food for all, games … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has recognized David Lionheart of the Town of Newburgh as September’s Citizen of the Month. Lionheart is the founder of Play for Your Freedom, a … more
When local couple Brent and Carrie Wasser met in 2015, they knew they would someday start a farm together. Brent had studied food production in Europe and attended the Culinary Institute of America … more
The New York State Department of Transportation is advising motorists to expect one lane to close along Interstate 84 eastbound between Exit 44 (Route 52) in the Town of Fishkill and Exit 46 (Route … more
On Thursday afternoon 09/09/21 at approximately 2:30 p.m., City of Newburgh Police Officers responded to 321 Liberty Street for a reported stabbing that occurred inside of a local deli. After … more
On September 8, 2021 at approximately 1126 hrs. City of Newburgh Police Officers were alerted by SHOTSPOTTER to SHOTS being fired in the area of 72 William Street. Initial responding officers and … more
On Tuesday morning  at approximately 12:55 a.m.. the Town of Newburgh had a robbery occur at a Gulf gasoline station on route 9W. A description was provided of motorcycles that had fled the … more
The Town of New Windsor is a little closer to lights, camera and action.The town board, last week, approved a zoning change that will permit commercial film production by special use permit in the … more
Ignoring a plea from the lone member of the audience to speak on the matter, the New Windsor Town Board voted last week to ban the retail of cannabis products within its borders. “We have … more
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