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Are you a local history buff or want to learn more about your town? Do you like testing your knowledge against a set of interesting and sometimes obscure questions? From the comfort of your own home, … more
On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, thirty-two high school seniors who have distinguished themselves in the arts and humanities during their high school careers were honored for their significant … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus is proud to recognize Black History Month, which runs through the month of February. “Black History Month encourages us to celebrate and honor all … more
The COVID-19 vaccination distribution hasn’t gotten any faster since millions of New Yorkers in the phase 1b group, which includes people age 65 and over, first responders, teachers, public … more
The College is pleased to announce the appointment of Anna Conlan as Neil C. Trager Director of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, effective Feb. 1,. Conlan succeeds Wayne Lempka, who … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) was sworn into his second term on January 6, the first day of the 2021 legislative session. Skoufis also announced that Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins … more
The Orange County Health Department, in conjunction with the County’s Emergency Services Department and Horizon Family Medical Group, will be providing COVID-19 testing at a variety of mobile … more
There isn’t a question about why loved ones aren’t able to see their family members who are in either a nursing home or hospital right now, but it doesn’t make the struggle any less … more
With the ongoing pandemic, volunteers in Newburgh have continued to step up to help their community in a variety of different ways, whether it be food for Thanksgiving, coats for the Winter, or the … more
The Crawford Town Board unanimously voted no to both a proposed law allowing a mixed use floating zone district in Crawford as well as designating the just under 8 acre parcel on Route 302 to have … more
Advocacy groups No Hate Here, Newburgh Matters and Hudson Valley Black Lives Matter have teamed together to create a monthly “Newburgh Community Circle,” where residents are welcome to … more
During the August 10 City Council meeting, a new Police-Community Relations and Review Board was appointed. The new chairperson is Sertaira Boyd, who was sworn in on August 18. Boyd has been on … more
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