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Town Clerk Andrew Zarutskie of the Town of Newburgh reminds all residents that he is soliciting applicants for two vacancies in the town government. The first is a seat on the seven-member Town … more
Omari Shakur will be running for the Newburgh City Council. The community activist looks to fill At-Large seat on the city council. Shakur fights for equity, living wage jobs and decent affordable … more
City Winery gained final site plan approval at a Village of Montgomery planning board meeting on Feb. 27. The project will turn the old Montgomery Worsted Mills property into a fully operational … more
The Pine Bush School Board started its budget preparations last Tuesday night with the introduction of its preliminary staffing, technology and instructional budgets. Assistant Superintendent for … more
The first time Father Tom Colucci, Most Precious Blood’s new parish administrator, was asked if he would consider entering the priesthood, he thought the priest who asked him was … more
When Valley Central School District residents head to the polls on May 21 for the school board elections and the annual district budget vote, a referendum will also be on the ballot to decide whether … more
The Rev. Daniel O’Hare, administrator of the Holy Name of Mary – Assumption Parish serving Montgomery and Maybrook, has been relieved of his pastoral duties while the Archdiocese of New … more
Testifying on the need for new state senate legislation to protect people and property from global warming’s increasing numbers of violent storms, state senators James Scoufis and Jen Metzger, … more
American composer Joseph Bertolozzi forges a unique identity as a twenty-first century musician with works ranging from solo gongs to full symphony orchestra to sound-art installations. On Friday, … more
Gail Swalm knows the meaning of community. Swalm has spent the past three decades giving back to her community as an employee of Walden Savings Bank and as a member of the Walden Community … more
Elementary SchoolKindergarten Teacher Jennifer Randacciu named Lilah Valentine as the Marlboro Elementary School Student of the Month for February. “Lilah is a very ambitious student who … more
For the second year, the New Paltz Women’s Volleyball team, known as the Hawks, came to the Plattekill Elementary School to help bolster the skills and confidence of younger girls who are part … more
If your area code is 12528, you live in Highland, right? Your postal address is Highland. You can find it on the map. But actually, if you live outside the Hamlet of Highland, you live in the Town of … more
All three Wallkill elementary schools are set to receive upgrades to their science labs after the district secured a new round of grant funding from the office of Assemblyman Kevin Cahill for the … more
Stepping out of a van full of graphic design Pratt Institute students, Melanie Collins, Founder of Blacc Vanilla Community Foundation is brought to tears looking at the United Methodist Church on … more
The federal government denies reimbursement to the City of Newburgh for expenses related to the polyflouroalkyl (PFAS) contamination at Stewart Air National Guard Base, in a letter from January 29. A … more
It’s 11:30 a.m. Broadway is filled with 20,000 people walking around dancing laughing and enjoying the day. Up on the corner of Liberty Street stands a man watching with a grin on his face … more
Pratt Institute graphic design students have taken a liking to the City of Newburgh. The class Design Corps, taught by Directors, Mike Kelly and David Frisco, gives students the opportunity to do … more
William Street will be getting a facelift in the next year. VIP Partners LLC are looking to convert 6 lots into commercial space with a courtyard with apartments on the top floor. “We are … more
The Newburgh Elks Lodge # 247 and the Walden Humane Society (WHS) teamed up for a luau themed raffle party at lodge headquarters on 356 Washington St. in Newburgh last Saturday. The afternoon … more
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