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A young girl steps out from the shadows of the backstage curtains. She is riddled with nerves and fright. She sang with her church and in choir but this was her first time stepping out on her own. … more
On Friday, January 25th 2019, shortly before 10:30 p.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department received a “Shot Spotter” activation for the area of 9 Hasbrouck Street indicating 9 rounds … more
New York National Guard troops, in conjunction with the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, will be presenting a free disaster preparedness class at the New Windsor … more
Every February during Black History Month, the Stewart Airport-based Maj. Gen. Irene Trowell-Harris Chapter of the national Tuskegee Airmen organization hosts a gala dinner-dance to award … more
With the calendar flipping over to 2019, budget season has commenced for the Wallkill School District, and four months before the public will vote on a proposed 2019-2020 spending plan, the Wallkill … more
The City of Newburgh is pushing forward to make municipal IDs a reality for residents. The city council expressed its commitment to pass Municipal ID legislation at a city council meeting on January … more
Prayer is officially removed from Newburgh City Council meetings and replaced with a moment of silence. The removal of prayer came after concerns expressed by Councilwoman Ramona Monteverde and … more
The Black History Committee (BHC) of the Hudson Valley hosted its annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Service on Monday. The theme for the committee in 2019 is “Our beloved … more
Interim City Manager Joseph Donat, completed his first official City Council work session on January 14. He took over the position at the end of December and immediately got to work. Donat filled the … more
Senator James Skoufis held his swearing-in ceremony this past Sunday, January 20, at his alma mater, Monroe-Woodbury Middle School. The Senator was joined by State Senate Majority Leader Andrea … more
At the conclusion of the Town of Newburgh’s annual reorganization meeting January 14, Town Supervisor Gil Piaquadio shared the town’s list of accomplishments from 2018. In addition to … more
The West End Fire Station in the City of Newburgh will be back in business sooner than anticipated. Last Monday, City Council unanimously passed a resolution to pay $30,785 to ACA Environmental … more
Town of New Windsor Town Clerk, Deborah Green and Receiver of Taxes, Susan Scheible announce that their offices will be open on Saturday, January 26, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon for the convenience of … more
The Shred Foundation is finding new ways to keep children in Newburgh out of trouble. Danny Hairston, founder of Shred, believes that snowboarding is the answer to teach children valuable life … more
On December 27 at 11:30 p.m. a fire started at 844 Broadway, turning the cars being worked on into nothing but a burnt up shell. Within hours Dennis Derry lost everything, 47 years of equipment, … more
SUNY Orange Community College is pushing forward with its Innovation Grand Street project with a $200,000 pledge from Central Hudson in an economic development grant. The money will be used for … more
Across from me at 2 Alice’s Cafe on Broadway is a woman with a bright, cheery smile and warm green eyes. Her positive demeanor is an elaborate facade to the grief she holds within from … more
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be celebrated for his contribution to the advancement of civil rights on the federal holiday, Monday, January 21. With the theme “Our Beloved … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. Jesus Cruz, 44, of Peekskill, was sentenced by Orange County Court Judge William DeProspo to 17 years in … more
Newburgh Town Supervisor Gil Piaquadio has announced that on Monday January 28, at 7 p.m., Danskammer will make a presentation of their proposed power plant to the Town of Newburgh Town Board. … more
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