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Kristopher Geis, a Newburgh resident currently serving as director of staff for the New York Air National Guard was promoted to the rank of Colonel during a ceremony at New York National Guard … more
On the first day of the 2021 state legislative session, Senator Michelle Hinchey (SD-46) announced her Senate committee assignments, which include areas of longtime advocacy and local priority. The … more
The Marlboro Free Library has been selected as one of 200 libraries to participate in Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries, an American Library Association (ALA) … more
The Valley Central School District has extended its meal distribution program to include weekends. This meal program is for any child from the age of 2 until 18 years of age. You do not have to be … more
Michael Paduch (D-Town of Wallkill) has been re-elected Minority Leader for the Democratic Caucus of the Orange County Legislature. Paduch, in the midst of his sixth term in the Orange County … more
City of Newburgh police are investigating the deaths of two individuals whose bodies were found, Monday night  inside a vehicle parked near the intersection of Broadway and Lake … more
Newburgh Firefighters responded to a three-vehicle personal injury auto accident at South and Prospect Street on January 12. The City of Newburgh Police and Mobile Life ALS were also at the scene. … more
Over the weekend the City of Newburgh experienced a drastic increase in Shots Fired Calls for Service. From Saturday (Jan. 9) to early Monday morning, the Police Department received seven Shots Fired … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is calling upon New York State and Orange County to use the City of Newburgh Activity Center as a COVID-19 vaccination site to serve eastern Orange … more
The Southern Ulster Rotary Club will conduct an electronic waste Collection Day for local residents from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday March 27. Residents can drop off electronic waste such as TVs, … more
The winners of Vision of Wallkill’s annual Sparkle & Shine holiday decorating contest were presented with certificates and ribbons for their hard work at the Shawangunk Town Board meeting … more
Today, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) helped introduce an article of impeachment against President Trump, citing incitement of insurrection. The article of impeachment, authored by Reps. … more
David Donaldson, who served as chairman of the Ulster County Legislature last year, was chosen again to lead in 2021. The vote Monday night was unanimous. Donaldson reviewed the accomplishments of … more
Cronomer Valley and Plattekill Firefighters responded to a two-vehicle personal injury accident on Route 32 on January 9.  Town of Newburgh EMS transported a driver and two children, while … more
Newburgh police chief Arnold Amthor announced the creation of a Police Chaplaincy Unit, which will serve to support the mission of the police department, care for the well-being of the officers and … more
Mount Saint Mary College closed on the sale of the Desmond Estate last week, officially putting the 26-acre property in the care of the Town of Newburgh. The town has revealed plans to continue using … more
On January 1 at 10:30 a.m., baby boy Adrian Hargrove was born at Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall, making him the first child born in the new year. He weighed 7 pounds even. His parents are mom … more
Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster was the grateful beneficiary of a $500 donation from The Most Precious Blood Council #9254 of the Knights of Columbus. The funds, presented by the … more
The Wallkill Fire District announced its 2021 officers on Jan. 1. Line officers include Chief Nick Walker, First Assistant Chief Kevin DeGraff, Second Assistant Chief Gary Specht and Third … more
The Town of Crawford Planning Board will hold a public hearing regarding a special use permit for a warehouse in an existing building at an existing truck terminal proposed by Robert Nazzaro at the … more
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