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City of Newburgh residents: it is time for your voices to be heard. The City annually gets money from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to use for housing and community … more
The City of Newburgh is mourning another death to gun violence. On Saturday, June 8, the City of Newburgh police department received a shot spotter notification for 128 S. Robinson Ave. Upon … more
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made headlines after she called the fight against climate change “the civil rights movement of our generation.” Although a prevalent global issue, … more
This 2019 spring semester, twelve students from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture envisioned architectural designs along the Hudson Valley’s Quassaick creek … more
The town of Newburgh town board recognized Friends of Seniors and Jewish Family Services at the June 10 meeting, acknowledging the work the organizations have done for its senior residents. The … more
In commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the Allied Forces invasion of Normandy, France, commonly referred to as D-Day, the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, Inc. welcomed New York State Lt. … more
A Newburgh resident was found on Tuesday, June 4, with over 150 snakes in his basement, after authorities were dispatched to his home. In a statement from Maureen Wren of the New York State … more
This academic year, Mount Saint Mary College bids a fond farewell to four outstanding professionals with more than a century of service to the college community between them. more
Mount Saint Mary College recently presented the DAISY Foundation Nurse Faculty Award to Christine Berté, assistant professor of Nursing, director of the graduate Nursing program, and … more
Cardinal Timothy Dolan was a surprise guests at the Sacred Heart Italian Festival on Sunday. Three days of food, fun and music culminated in a procession honoring Saint Anthony and Our Lady of Mount … more
The first annual African American Pride Parade and Festival took this past weekend in the City of Newburgh as the city honored one of its own. Community activist Sadie Tallie, who has lived in … more
On Saturday, June 8, dozens of community members attended the Newburgh Repair Café’s third event at Grit Works in Newburgh. Families showed up with their bikes, lamps and small … more
The northbound lane of South Water Street/Marine Drive/State Route 980T will be temporarily closed from the City/Town line at Walsh Road to Renwick Street effective immediately as of 4 pm on Monday, June 10, due to a water main break and sinkhole. more
An early-morning shooting in the City of Newburgh has left one dead and another wounded. more
Water is an essential part of our community. Over 100,000 residents use the Hudson River estuary as a source of drinking water. It is the backbone of many Hudson Valley towns and cities. While … more
With a abundance of music, art, dance, food and sun, Saturday’s seventh-annual Newburgh Illuminated Festival did exactly what it aimed to: Shine a light on the good stuff that happens in this … more
With the support of state senator James Skoufis and assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson, the town of Newburgh moved forward at the May 29 workshop meeting to create a new hotel motel tax. This special … more
While riding his bicycle, Mole Morgan was hit by a cab driver twelve years ago while riding down First Street in the City of Newburgh. “Then, I got whacked,” he says. After the car … more
The May 29 town of Newburgh workshop meeting featured two major senior housing development presentations before the town board. The Gardiner Ridge development offers a senior housing component with a … more
Motorists who are worried about being stopped for having a broken brake light, need no longer worry.To help reduce these traffic stops, the Mid-Hudson Valley Chapter of the Democratic Socialists of … more
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