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  The Village of Maybrook is running out of patience trying to find out who — in a limited liability corporation (LLC) — controls a particular property.  So the village … more
The establishment of a parks department and the School Resource Officer (SRO) agreement in schools were some of the big-ticket items addressed at last week’s Town of Shawangunk Town Board … more
The Lloyd Zoning Board of Appeals [ZBA] has denied Trevor DePuy an area variance to subdivide his property located at 4 Eagle Court, which is in an agricultural zoning district. DePuy was … more
On Monday, the City of Newburgh identified a network security incident. This incident will lead to a temporary disruption of some City services. We have retained outside IT experts and other … more
On June 9, 2024, at approximately 12 a.m.   the City of Newburgh Police Department was dispatched to 90 Courtney Avenue for a Shotspotter activation of multiple shots fired.   … more
Thousands of residents and visitors flocked to Pine Bush last weekend in a feverish search for extraterrestrial life, but what they found instead was even better: the Pine Bush UFO Fair Weekend, a … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced on May 21, 2024, the coordinated efforts of numerous law enforcement agencies conducted an enforcement action after a long-term … more
Last week Highland High School Principal Dr. Kevin Murphy and Asst. Principal Brandon Opitz dedicated the new fitness center to three Highland High School graduates who were killed in action in Iraq … more
Newburgh voters will go back to the polls on June 18 for a second vote on the 2024-25 school budget, which was defeated in the May 21 vote. The Newburgh Board of Education on May 30 adopted a … more
Residents of Gardiner, Plattekill and surrounding neighborhoods gathered Thursday evening for their second public meeting to oppose the building of a 75-bay trucking warehouse on State Route 44/55 … more
The Town of Montgomery’s planning board, after reviewing its latest project, pondered a new conundrum during its May 28 meeting: Is an auto-recycling center allowed under the town code or does … more
The Bob Shepard Highland Landing park was flooded with friendly, familiar faces wishing to greet one another on Thursday. Many members of the local community gathered for the senior barbecue on … more
The Schoolhouse Project located at 191 Washington Street in the City of Newburgh was awarded $2.5 million on Friday, May 31 in an effort to bring a long vacant former school building back to life. … more
The Pine Bush High School Odyssey of the Mind team recently took home second place at the Worlds competition, a feat that members of the team have attributed to their close-knit bond and fine-tuned … more
The need for a police commissioner in the City of Newburgh Police Department came into question at the May 28 Newburgh City Council meeting as council members debated whether or not to fill the … more
Numerous awards were given out to Police Officers from Newburgh Police Department on May 29 at the SUNY Orange Great Room. Chief of Police Brandon Rola and Lieutenant Christopher Lavar presented … more
On Memorial Day weekend, the Hudson Valley Rail Trail was home to a well-attended, annual Mayfest. more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler last week reminded members of the public of the important safety choices that need to be made as we head into the summer months. In recent … more
On June 3, 2024, at approximately 10:45 p.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department received a Shotspotter notification of multiple rounds in the area of 81 Liberty Street. A victim of a … more
Newburgh voters will go back to the polls on June 18 for a second vote on the 2024-25 school budget, which was defeated in the May 21 vote. District Clerk Matthew McCoy confirmed this week that … more
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