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The sounds of mambo filled the air Saturday at the City of Newburgh Waterfront Park for the annual City of Newburgh Latin American Festival. The event brought together the music of Cuboricua and … more
Sometimes it seems like the only time that community members and law enforcement interact is during dangerous times of emergency, which can make seeing members of law enforcement unnerving or even … more
Broadway was alive last Tuesday for the annual National Night Out celebration. more
Hudson Valley Honor Flight is seeking veterans for its fall flight taking place on Saturday, October 12. The October flight will depart from New York Stewart International Airport in New Windsor … more
Two years after it began offering cheap flights to Europe amid much fanfare, Norwegian Air announced that it would suspend service out of New York Stewart International Airport in September. The … more
The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, in conjunction with sponsors American Airlines and ShopRite Supermarkets, hosted a two-day event for purple heart recipients to tour and enjoy key areas … more
Just last week, Chair of the Senate Committee on Investigations & Government Operations Senator James Skoufis released a 106 page document which outlined the code enforcement practices in New … more
As soon as you walk into Emma’s Delights Bakery you don’t feel like you’re just another customer. Once you’re inside, Emma, Val, or other members of the Zevallos family greet … more
Newburgh Firefighters were called for a river rescue in the Hudson River on August 12. A sail boat capsized with four people aboard. Newburgh Command requested boats from Middlehope, West Point and … more
Following news that United States Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand secured nearly $900,000 in funding for New York State to study the effects of PFAS chemicals, Assemblymember Jonathan … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) is introducing two bills designed to curtail the use of bullet-proof vests by criminals. The first bill would ban the purchase or possession of … more
The City of Newburgh completed its 2016 In Rem tax foreclosure proceeding (Orange County Index No.: 2016-8636) with the filing of a deed with the Orange County Clerk on August 7, 2019. The City … more
Plans are in the works for the 31st Annual City of Newburgh International Festival to be held Labor Day Weekend, Friday, August 30 - Monday, September 2 on the grounds of the Delano – Hitch … more
The Town of Newburgh Police Department is investigating an incident in which an individual was electrocuted while trimming trees.  more
Area residents poured into Safe Harbors Green Monday night for a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of two violent mass shootings this past weekend in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas and to … more
The City of Newburgh’s Boys and Girls Club recently held their Project Kickoff Ceremony to celebrate the beginning of construction on the Center for Arts & Education. This will be the new … more
At least 60 people have filed a lawsuit against the town of New Windsor to secure damages for personal injury property damages and pain and suffering from the effects of drinking town of New Windsor … more
A high-speed chase that began last Thursday on the New York State Thruway ended with a head-on collision, injuring six. On August 1, at approximately 10:54 a.m., State Police attempted to stop a … more
Newburgh residents have been left frustrated after recent, repeated closings of the Delano Hitch Aquatic Center. The center houses the swimming pool, which is open to the public for nine weeks during … more
On Friday, August 2, the Town of Newburgh Police Department received a call from a person who was walking along the railroad tracks north of Park Place and discovered bones. Town of Newburgh Police … more
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