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In the late 19th and early 20th century, life in Europe and North America was being transformed by mass production. For many that was a godsend; it made many goods and services available to low- and … more
The area around Newburgh's Washington Center was evacuated, Wednesday morning, after City of Newburgh Police received a cal regading a suspicious package. more
Last week the Town of Lloyd held a memorial ceremony at the Highland Fire Department to remember the nearly 3,000 people who were lost eighteen years ago in the terrorist attacks of September 11, … more
On September 10, 2019, the Highland Central School District Board of Education convened for the first meeting of the 2019/20 school year. Members of the Board welcomed the new Student Representative … more
Tucked away in the woods of Marlboro, follow the sounds of the churning waters and chirping crickets. Down a gravel path canopied by trees, there lies a piece of history. On Sunday, Sept. 15 the … more
Recently Engineer Ray Jurkowski, of CPL, analyzed the water and sewer capacities in Lloyd and explained his findings to the Town Board. “The basis of the water and sewer capacity had arisen … more
The Valley Central Scholarship Council (VCSC) an organization dedicated to raising scholarship money for graduating Valley Central Seniors, held its first ever Duck Derby along the Wallkill River in … more
With the Valley Central School District seriously considering a second public bond referendum vote before the end of the year, the Board of Education has scheduled a special work session at the … more
Galaxy Limited, a potential light industrial site in Maybrook, is moving closer to construction. At a Maybrook village board meeting on Aug. 26, Donald Liloia, Senior Vice President of Facilities … more
The old Eddie’s Deli in the Village of Montgomery is getting a facelift with the opening of Hero’s Deli. When co-owners Eric Tonnesen and Edwin Rodriguez decided to open a business … more
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church celebrated its 60-year anniversary with a special service followed by some games and cookout on its property in Walden on Sept. 8. Trinity traces its roots to … more
Long-time Town of Montgomery employee Barney VanDyke left his mark on Montgomery far beyond town hall walls. “He was like the untitled mayor,” best friend Michelle Burbank said. … more
A public hearing was held on the Meadow Hill South Sewer Relief Project during the September 9 town hall meeting in the Town of Newburgh, and one resident spoke about his concerns regarding the … more
At last Tuesday’s Newburgh Enlarged School District Board of Education meeting, the Board discussed the capital bond for the career and technical education programs. The two-part bond was … more
Grammy Nominated Rapper Pardison Fontaine aka-PARDI, who was raised in Newburgh, returned home last Friday to visit youngsters at the City of Newburgh Recreation Center. He arrived with book bags for … more
When walking down City Terrace, it seems like another well-kept average street. But one building sticks out. That one building is 230 City Terrace. When comparing it to other parts of the street, it … more
The Mount Saint Mary College community, distinguished local leaders, and friends of the college celebrated the inauguration of Dr. Jason N. Adsit, the Mount’s seventh president, on Friday, … more
After several meetings, the crowd of supporters that gathered at the Newburgh Board of Education Auditorium last week finally heard the words they had waited to hear: a popular coach, whose … more
In a crowded Gus’s tavern George Meyers, Saturday, picked up the endorsement of state Democratic senator James Skoufis in Meyers race against incumbent New Windsor supervisor George … more
Kimberly Sanders-Eachus seems like your average high school teacher, but she owns a vape and CBD shop. She believes her establishment might be one of the solutions for combating the youth vaping … more
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