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This month, Repair Café marks its 6th anniversary at the New Paltz United Methodist Church. Inspired by an idea from Amsterdam Holland in 2013, a few folks decided to organize an alternative … more
On May 15, a video involving the torture and murder of a cat was circulated among South Middle School students before being discovered by Dr. Lisa Buon who brought in the City of Newburgh Police … more
The Lake Drive Bridge was closed on May 8 and will undergo construction through 2020. The bridge will be completely removed and closed off to pedestrians at the end of the summer. The structure of … more
Majestic Park in Gardiner is getting a makeover: two community murals will be painted on its walls this year. Committee members Joshua Platt and Andy Lewis presented the project to the town board at … more
The Montgomery Nursey School will host a free event commemorating its 50th anniversary on Memorial Day. Everyone is invited to honor veterans and watch students perform patriotic songs. Nursery … more
Orange County Community College (SUNY Orange) will utilize an $8,991 grant from the State University of New York (SUNY) to create a pre-employment training program in partnership with LEGOLAND New … more
The New York State Police announce the arrest of Tyrell Wood, age 23, of Poughkeepsie, for Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance in the 3rd degree, a class B Felony, and Criminal Possession of … more
New York State Senator James Skoufis promised to repave NYS Route 52 sooner than the scheduled New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) date of 2023. Skoufis is working to identify … more
The families of more than 600 graduates might have felt a tad of déjà vu when Alyssa and Chrysta Kotash of New Windsor. received their degrees at Mount Saint Mary College’s 56th … more
The Plattekill Golden Seniors will be traveling to Hunterdon Play House for a production of “I Do, I Do” on Wednesday, July 17. Cost is $72 for lunch, Hunterdon’s famous dessert … more
Assemblyman Colin Schmitt (R,C,I,Ref-New Windsor) hosted members up in Albany last week who were involved with the life-saving rescue of 4 year old New Windsor resident, Joey Federico to honor their … more
On May 15, a video involving the torture and murder of a cat was circulated among South Middle School students before being discovered by Dr. Lisa Buon who brought in the City of Newburgh Police … more
At 4:30 a.m.on Satuday, a woman walked into St. Luke’s hospital with an injury to her hand and evidence with bullet fragments. Investigators learned the young woman came from the area of North … more
On May 19 a bill passed in the New York State Senate banning the use of PFAS in firefighting foam. the bill will ban the use of PFAS chemicals in firefighting foam used and manufactured in New York. … more
 On Saturday, May 18 at approximately 03:38 a.m. the City of Newburgh Police Department received a shots fired activation from the Shot Spotter system, indicating multiple shots fired in the area of 197 South Street.  more
  Members of the City of Newburgh Police Department are currently working with The Newburgh Enlarged City School District on an investigation into an allegation of animal cruelty involving the torture of at least one cat. more
Join ufriends for “Once-a-Month” Mah Jong at the Pine Bush Area Library Community Center on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Bring your own Mahjong set or use one or ours. … more
Volunteers are needed to help get Main Street ready for the Memorial Day Parade. A clean up day will be held on Saturday, May 25, from 7:30 a.m. Everyone meet at the Gazebo in Crawford Commons. Bring … more
The annual Town-wide Yard Sale will be held on Saturday, May 25, starting at 9 a.m. Items in good, clean, usable condition will be accepted as donations starting Monday, May 20. more
Joseph Britto, Adjunct Lecturer SUNY/Orange & Professor Emeritus SUNY/New Paltz, begins an 8-week history series starting Tuesday, May 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Pine Bush Library. The series … more
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