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This week City of Newburgh residents can expect excessive heat conditions with “feels like” temperatures approaching 105 degrees. more
Cronomer Valler Firefighters were dispatched to a fully involved tractor trailer fire,northbound mile marker 64.4 on New York State Thruway on July 12. A tractor trailer was at Plattekill Rest Area … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Hudson Valley) announced that he secured vital funding of $15,000 for the Newburgh Free Library to purchase interactive digital kiosks. “I was proud to fight for … more
Due to a delay in the mailing of the July 2019 sanitation bills, the City of Newburgh will accept payments on the July 2019 sanitation bills through August 12, 2019 without applying late charges. … more
Chief of Police Donald B. Campbell and the Town of Newburgh Police Department are saddened to inform that K-9 Raven has passed away after a lengthy illness. Raven was the long-time partner of … more
Banta Hospitality LLC plans a 4-story, 93-room Holiday Inn Express hotel at 935 Union Avenue in New Windsor to replace the paint spattered, unused eyesore relic of the old Steak & Stein … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced on Monday, July 10, 2019, Kenneth Nunez, 39, of Spring Valley, was sentenced by Orange County Court Judge Craig Stephen Brown to eight years … more
Women from across Orange County gathered at the Shelter House Café in Newburgh for an afternoon of High Tea and a live performance by a trio from the Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra. The … more
On July 12th 2019 at approximately 11:30 a.m. the City of Newburgh Police Department received a call of a male lying face down in the pond at Downing Park near the area of Third Street and Robinson … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson’s (D-Newburgh) and Senator James Skoufis’ (D-Hudson Valley) bill to bring financial relief to the Newburgh and Chester School Districts was signed by the … more
Assemblyman Colin Schmitt (R,I,C,Ref-New Windsor) has announced that legislation he co-sponsored A.445-A, which would prohibit the use of PFAS in firefighting suppressants has passed the Assembly and … more
The City of Newburgh Police Department has established a traffic safety and enforcement unit within its Patrol Division. The Officers assigned to this unit will focus on strict enforcement of current … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) is reminding residents who attend or are interested in attending New York State colleges on a full-time basis that the time to apply for free tuition is … more
Dozens of people lined up at Newburgh’s City Hall Tuesday to be among the first to receive municipal IDS. Photo ID cards will be distributed to any city resident with proper proof of residency. … more
On Tuesday Assemblymember Jonathan G. Jacobson (D-104) and Senator James Skoufis announced recent legislation restricting the use of PFOA and PFOS. They were joined by Maureen Cunningham from … more
Town of New Windsor Town Clerk, Deborah Green and Receiver of Taxes, Susan Scheible announce that their offices will be open on Saturday, June 29, from 9 a.m. to 12 Noon for the convenience of those … more
Due to the July 4th Holiday, the City Council Work Session is rescheduled to Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. instead of Thursday, July 4, 2019. The Monday City Council Meeting is scheduled for … more
The opening of the City of Newburgh Aquatic Center is scheduled for Monday, July 1, 2019 and will remain open through August 24, 2019. There will be two sessions: Monday through Saturday, 12:30 p.m. … more
This week, Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) and Senator James Skoufis (D- Hudson Valley) passed two bills requested by the Town of Newburgh. Jacobson said, “I am very pleased … more
The stark white and dark shuttered Coloni Funeral Home that’s a Route 9W landmark to thousands of mourners and motorists long ago stopped conducting funerals. Now it may become a B and … more
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