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The Town of New Windsor is facing a seven percent, or $142.23, increase with the tentative 2021 budget. Even before COVID-19, the New Windsor Town Board recognized that this would not be a normal … more
During Thursday’s work session meeting for the City Council, New York Power Authority (NYPA) presented its proposal for acquisition of the City’s street lights and LED conversion. It was … more
The pandemic may have changed the shape of their annual Columbus Day weekend celebration, but Newburgh’s Trestle Inc. continued the tradition Saturday with a socially-distanced brick dedication … more
Crystal Lake, which was once a destination location with a small beach and boat dock in the 1940s to the 70s, has recently received a face lift thanks to the help from the Water Department and other … more
The City of Newburgh received a fiscal stress score of zero, on a scale of zero to 100, meaning the City achieved the lowest and best possible score during the fiscal year ending in 2019. The … more
The Harriet Tubman sculpture officially arrived at the Newburgh Free Library on October 12. The long-awaited arrival has kept residents excited since its announcement in early July. The sculpture … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) announced that Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed one of his bills (A8257/S5188) which will reduce confusion at polling sites. The new law prohibits, while … more
The County Legislature of the County of Orange will meet remotely via video conference on Thursday, Oct. 22 at 5 p.m. for the purposes of receiving public comment telephonically on the … more
Cronomer Valley Fire Department  was dispatched to a vehicle into pole on  64 Chestnut Lane on October 13. Town/Newburgh Police and EMS were also at scene. Firefighters assisted EMS … more
City of Newburgh Police have made an arrest in connection with the September 27 shooting at the recreation center. On Saturday, October 11,  a 16 year old male was arrested in connection with … more
In response to a spike in COVID-19 cases in Orange County, and the confirmation of six new cases on campus within the last two weeks, Mount Saint Mary College is shifting to online classes for two … more
The Town of Newburgh Police Department announced they are searching for information from the public about the disappearance of Arnold E. Sanchez-Bonilla, 15, who went missing from his home on Sunday, … more
On Monday, October 5 a shooting was reported in the City of Newburgh on Benkard Avenue. Several shootings have happened over the past few weeks, leading Mayor Torrance Harvey to go on Facebook Live … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District officially reopened its doors to students on Monday, October 5 for a hybrid model of teaching as they enter phase two of their reopening plan. The … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury announced that he secured a commitment from Central Hudson, one of the Hudson Valley’s largest utility providers, to clean up and remove graffiti from utility … more
After a vacancy was created on the Newburgh Town Board in March of this year when James Presutti resigned to take over as Park and Recreation Commissioner, Anthony LoBiondo was appointed. However, … more
The Newburgh City Council is holding a public hearing on Tuesday, October 13, to discuss the possibility of term limits for councilmembers, which they’ve never had before. Back in March, … more
Hook Elite Boxing, owned and operated by Newburgh resident Leonard Lee, is now facing an uncertain future, which all started when City of Newburgh officials were ensuring they were following COVID-19 … more
Restaurants in the region are facing a two-fold problem between the increase of positive cases and cold weather approaching, a situation that might close some doors for good. Orange County has … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Employment and Training Administration (ETA) Director Steve Knob have announced that the County will hold drive-thru job fairs from noon to 3 p.m. on … more
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