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The City of Newburgh sustained additional contamination in its water supply from Stewart Air National Guard Base on Saturday. The water was contaminated by a C6 foam that was released into a … more
The City of Newburgh Activity Center was packed from wall the wall with community members lining up at the microphone to speak in support of Municipal IDs. Many residents shared feelings of … more
Students and former teachers are tired of the lack of implementation of policy at the Newburgh Enlarged City School District. Chris Eachus a former AP Physics teacher at Newburgh Free Academy watched … more
The immense spring migration of fish and eels silently swimming up the Hudson River “is one of the greatest shows on earth and it’s happening right now,” says retired New York City … more
On Friday afternoon, a student at Meadow Hill Elementary School in Newburgh brought three box cutters to school. On the bus ride home, the student attempted to distribute the box cutters, when the … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh will host its annual Walk for Housing on April 28 this year. Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. and the Walk will kick off at 1:30 p.m. It starts and ends at … more
An investigation by the City of Newburgh Police Department revealed the reason a young student brought a knife to school on April 8, which was confiscated by Community Resource Officer Humberto … more
Mission 22 of the Hudson Valley Honor Flight welcomed 88 veterans to New York Stewart International Airport last Saturday as 1,000 appreciative supporters gave them a sendoff for their flight to … more
New York State Attorney General Letitia James met with local leaders in Newburgh earlier this month to discuss the state’s lawsuits against large pharmaceutical companies and the local … more
The volunteers of the Wallkill River Watershed Alliance are putting paddles in the water through its river monitors, a program that improves the health of Wallkill by searching for potential … more
The Newburgh community is mourning the loss of Frederica Warner, founder of Meals on Wheels of Greater Newburgh and a beloved lifelong city resident. She died Tuesday at the age of 101. more
On April 8, the first Newburgh town meeting held since the passing of town clerk Andrew Zarutskie, the town board took time to honor Zarutskie for his more than 18 years of public service. He passed … more
Mount Saint Mary College will present its 26th annual Beth Roeper Health and Wellness Fair on Wednesday, April 24 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Hudson Hall, 330 Powell Ave., Newburgh, Sponsored by the … more
On April 4, at approximately 3:45 p.m., New Windsor Police and New Windsor Ambulance received a report of a man down unconscious in the rear lot of 2899 Route 9W. Shortly after Units arrived on … more
Cronomer Valley Fire Dept. was dispatched to a structure fire at 49 Ramblewood Drive in the Town of Newburgh at 8:48 p.m., Thursday, April 4. Cronomer Valley Firefighters arrived on scene within 3 … more
On Monday morning about 10 a.m. at Newburgh Free Academy Main Campus, Community Resource Officer, Humberto Perez, suffered several deep lacerations to his right hand when confiscating a kitchen knife … more
The City of Newburgh unanimously passed a resolution on Monday night to co-sponsor the Newburgh Illuminated Festival. The festival will be held on June 1 2019 on Broadway. There will be hundreds of … more
In June of 2016, a teacher noticed his students were ineligible to participate in a championship track meet. The key runners were in serious breach of the school’s attendance policy. Upon … more
The City of Newburgh is finally starting to see some federal investment on its contaminated water supply. Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced on April 3 that the United States Army Corps of … more
Rhonda Valentine and Jeanette Drake never anticipated when they said goodbye to their daughters on Halloween Eve it would be for the final time. The two girls who encouraged others to do well, and … more
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