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The Dutch Reformed Church, a historical and staple landmark in the City of Newburgh, continues to seek remediation, stabilization and further community assistance and support in hopes of one day … more
While attacking what they termed “a baseless conspiracy theory” advanced by Orange County District Attorney David Hoovler, Newburgh City Officials announced what they called a major crime … more
City of Newburgh Police Officers responded to South Clark Street on March 12 where the body of a woman was found to have been dumped. The woman’s body was hidden under a mattress box spring and … more
The Chamber Alliance of New York State (CANYS), a statewide association of over 70 Chambers of Commerce, has elected Heather Bell, President and CEO of the Orange County Chamber of Commerce, to its … more
Gina Evers, director of Mount Saint Mary College’s Writing Center and First-Year Experience programs, will have her poetry featured in the “Poets Respond to Art” exhibition at Arts … more
Acknowledging that there is a lack of affordable housing in the Town of Gardiner, the Town Board approved a resolution to join Ulster County in an effort to solve the countywide housing … more
Orange County will host a Hazardous Waste collection event for businesses, municipalities, school districts, and farms by appointment only on April 14 and Household Hazardous Waste and Operation Safe … more
Police responded to the Varick Peterson Homes in the City of Newburgh atapproximately 10:20 p.m. on Thursday, March 16, following a 911 call. Responding officers located a deceased male inside a … more
Lifelong City of Newburgh residents John Giudice and Donald Rehrey Jr. have announced their intention to run for city seats this coming fall. Giudice will be seeking the mayoral seat, opposing … more
With several weeks under his belt, newly appointed Town of New Windsor Police Chief Daniel Valeri looks forward to leading the department proudly and effectively as his predecessor, Chief Robert Doss … more
Colette C. Fulton, an established Hudson Valley historian will be awarded the Martha Washington Woman of History Award at the Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site in Newburgh during … more
Orange Lake Fire Department members were dispatched to Orange Lake at 12:32 p.m. on Wednesday, March 8 in response to a broken down paddle boat. No injuries were reported. According to Orange … more
Biagini Woods, a proposed 328 unit, 17 building multi-family development to be built adjacent to Cornwall High School in the Town of New Windsor received comments from the public addressing traffic … more
The Newburgh City Council held two public hearings last week on the newly-created position of fire commissioner and the amendments to the city code to recognize the adopted position. The adopted fire … more
Town of Newburgh Clerk Lisa Vance-Ayers will seek re-election this coming fall alongside Town Supervisor Gil Piaquadio, Councilman Scott Manley and Councilman Anthony LoBiondo. Vance-Ayers will be … more
The Town of Cornwall Planning Board will host a public scoping session at Cornwall Central High School on Monday, March 6 at 7 p.m. to receive public comments on a proposed project known in town … more
Councilwoman Sylvia Santiago and Town Clerk Kelly Allegra of New Windsor will be seeking reelection this coming fall. Both candidates will be running on the Democratic line and are the only announced … more
Hudson Valley native, business woman, author and philanthropist Donna Cornell is set to receive two prestigious honors this spring for her decades of service to the Hudson Valley. Cornell will be … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has named Robert Doss as the County’s Deputy Commissioner of Emergency Services, Police Liaison. Doss most recently served as the Town of New … more
The City of Newburgh Fire Department responded to an alarm of fire at 87 City Terrace at 2:15 a.m., Sunday morning. Units arrived and found the third floor fully involved.  A second alarm was … more
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