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Crime in the City of Newburgh comes in at an all-time low for 2018, yet the city cannot shake the reputation of being one of the most dangerous in the country. A recent article from USA Today labeled … more
Newburgh Interim City Manager, Joe Donat, appointed a new Comptroller at the City Council meeting on February 11. Todd Venning will steer the city financially after previous comptroller, Katie Mack … more
On the corner of South Robinson Ave and Broadway, every year for the past 28 years you will find the owners of Miriam’s Boutique selling handmade baskets on Valentine’s Day. Miriam … more
The second annual Winter Fest was held Monday by Scenic Hudson to bring attention to Crystal Lake. Shuttles were set up at various locations around the City for residents to visit the lake and take … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has announced that he supports Governor Cuomo’s proposal to make the tax cap permanent. Prior to the enactment of the tax cap law, many … more
Orange County District Attorney David Hoovler and Sheriff Carl E. DuBois are reminding residents to remain vigilant about income tax return scams as tax season kicks into full gear and individuals … more
The gardiner Library will host a Storytime Theatre Program with Carolyn Thorenz. This program is designed for ages 9-11. Meetings will be held on 5 consecutive Fridays March 1 through April 5 from … more
This month, the Orange County Audubon Society (OCAS) launched Orange County’s participation in the Climate Watch bird count. This community science program designed by the National Audubon … more
Prayer created a heated debate at the Council Work Session on Thursday. The discussion was placed on the agenda by Councilwoman Hilary Rayford, to continue the discussions surrounding prayer before … more
Local 17 Labor Union on Little Britain Road in Newburgh has accepted 100 applications for a four-year apprenticeship program. The union typically opens positions for the apprenticeship program every … more
It’s a Saturday morning at 4:30 a.m. a young girl is standing at the stop on Broadway nervously waiting for the shortline bus. She climbs on, the coins in her pocket jangle around. She checks … more
The Youth Police Initiative (YPI) Program in the City of Newburgh graduated another class of students on Monday, bringing the tally up to 280 graduates since 2012. The small graduation included eight … more
A new sound and direction is starting for Decora, a well known artist in the Hudson Valley with his roots planted in the City of Newburgh. His new album Better is a reflection of the stories he has … more
When Dorothy “Dotty” missed her bus, Ken Northrip, the boy that lived just around the corner, offered to take her in to work. When she arrived home, he was waiting for her—on his … more
In some circles they may seem as a political odd couple, but James Skoufis, newly-minted chairman of the Senate Investigations and Joint Operations Committee, and Mike Anagnostakis, his part-time … more
Watching David Silliman set-up his percussion instruments is captivating as so many different sizes and shapes comprise the set. Then, realizing that he perches himself in the middle of them in order … more
The Gardiner Library is currently hosting a five class series of Photography Classes with Carl Cox. The second class: How to Make Better Pictures will take place on February 16 from 2 to 4 p.m. … more
Interim City Manager Joseph P. Donat has declared a snow emergency in the City of Newburgh effective Monday, February 11, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. Snow Emergency parking regulations will be in effect until … more
On February 8th 2019, at approximately 4:25 a.m. the City of Newburgh police responded to the area of Johnston Street and Campbell Street for a ‘Shot Spotter’ activation. Upon arrival … more
On February 7th 2019 at approximately 2 p.m. the City of Newburgh police officer assigned to the main campus of Newburgh Free Academy as the CRO (Community Resource Officer) was notified about an … more
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