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The Newburgh Enlarged City School District is continuing to prepare for their September 2 reopening, and in doing so, held a virtual town hall on August 20 at 12 and 6 p.m. in English and on August … more
Community group held a march and rally on Saturday. The group says its aim is to dismantle systemic racism and discrimination within the Hudson Valley. more
The smell of grilled jerk chicken and pork fill the block on Wisner Avenue in Newburgh with customers, from both in and out of town, lining up to get their share at Hummingbird Restaurant. The … more
Gyms were allowed to reopen beginning on August 24, with all gyms and fitness centers able to open by September 2. Gyms include standalones, hotel gyms, residential gyms, office gyms and fitness … more
The annual New York International Air Show, which draws large crowds to Orange County every summer, will have a decidedly different look this year. For one thing, the venue will be different, … more
Mount Saint Mary College welcomed hundreds of students to residence halls on campus – including upperclassmen, transfer students, and those just starting their college careers – from … more
Mount Saint Mary College recognized more than 550 graduates on Saturday, May 16, during a virtual Commencement celebration.Among the local graduates are the following:New Windsor: Stephanie Algarin … more
The City of Newburgh moves forward with a new Equity and Diversity Consultant, hiring lifelong resident Genesis Ramos. The Mayor and City Council voted in favor (6-1) of moving forward with a … more
August 11 marked the 150th anniversary of Frederick Douglass visit to Newburgh In honor of the visit to Newburgh in 1870 and his legacy of voter rights and civic engagement, the City held a special … more
Pat Tarsio Lanes is reopening on Wednesday, August 19 after the announcement from Governor Andrew M. Cuomo that bowling alleys can reopen starting Monday, August 17. The guidelines from the state … more
Judge E. Loren Williams is running for New York State Supreme Court Justice in the ninth judicial district. The space was left vacant after the passing of Justice Steven Milligram, who passed away … more
The Town of New Windsor Police Department arrested a man Friday in connection with two flag poles being cut down in the Town of New Windsor. The first incident was reported on July 9 at a … more
On Saturday, students from New Paltz High School completed a mural on the backside of the handball court at Majestic Park in Gardiner. The mural features a crowd of people holding up signs in … more
The members of the Town Board of Gardiner unanimously passed a resolution affirming that Black Lives Matter at their Aug. 11 meeting and, in an effort to hold their own feet to the fire, added in … more
On Monday, August 17, Governor Andrew Cuomo stated that effective August 24, but no later than September 2, gyms can re-open across the State under the below circumstances. Gyms include standalones, … more
At least six days out of the week, George McNeil gets up and walks the street from Broadway to First Street. Schnekwa McNeil Parker says her father is the block caretaker. “I clean up the … more
What are the procedures for buying a city-owned property? How can the process be made more transparent? The Newburgh City Council poked at these questions last Thursday at their work session, … more
Governor Andrew Cuomo, last week, extended the executive order that allows City Council meetings to be closed to the public, an order that has been in effect since the outbreak of the COVID-19 … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has recognized Frank Gerbes as the Citizen of the Month Award recipient for the month of August. Gerbes, a life-long Orange County resident who grew up in … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Hudson Valley) announced that his annual town hall series, Skoufis On Your Street, will take place virtually this year. Since first being elected in 2012, Skoufis has toured … more
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