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As President Donald Trump declared that the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) would begin a series of raids throughout the country, in order to begin the deportation process for … more
New York State Attorney General Letitia James last week announced another round of grants thats address the growing statewide issue of “zombie homes” – vacant or abandoned homes … more
Owners of two businesses with ties to Newburghs recent renaissance will be honored on Saturday, at the annual Downing Park Gala. Renee Campos of DMU Music, and Jacqui Watkins and Eric Jarmann of … more
On Monday, representatives of former NYS Senator Bill Larkin (Cornwall-On-Hudson) were joined by representatives of NYS Department of Transportation, Gold Star Family members, local officials and … more
After government officials and environmental activists rallied together in front of the City of Newburgh’s Water Filtration Plant in order to protest the high levels of chemicals PFOA and PFOS … more
The future of Innovation Grand Street has remained a mystery ever since SUNY Orange left the project in the spring of 2019. Orange County had originally purchased three buildings on Grand Street: … more
The New York State Urban Forestry Council sponsors an annual conference that brings conservationists, environmental activists, forestry professionals, and interested citizens together. Called the New … more
If you ever wanted to learn how to fly, Safe Harbors of the Hudson in Newburgh has a way that you can. From July 16 to July 26, Safe Harbors of the Hudson, the non-profit housing and arts … more
The City of Newburgh will be holding its first public hearing regarding the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) on July 8, 2019. The United States Federal Government distributes money to the … more
After weeks of campaigning, the City of Newburgh’s Democratic Primary took place on June 25, with voter turnout of over 1,000 people. Both At-Large positions on Newburgh’s City … more
Back in 2013, Orange County purchased three buildings on Grand Street: the American Legion Building, the Masonic Lodge, and the YMCA building for college use. Then, in late 2018, SUNY Orange … more
Senator James Skoufis announced that his office secured $100,000 in operational funding for the Newburgh LGBTQ Center. This funding will give the Center the ability to hire staff, enabling them to … more
Former New Windsor town supervisor George Meyers beat incumbent supervisor George Green in last Tuesday’s Republican party primary voting, 573 to 469 out of 984 votes cast. There were two … more
Mi Florecita Mexicana is the City of Newburgh’s newest locally owned restaurant. But, don’t be fooled by the colorful plates filled with fresh food, or the warmth of its atmosphere, … more
School’s out for summer for Wallkill students, and the high school Class of 2019 will have their big evening on Friday as graduation ceremonies will be held at the school’s multi-purpose … more
The New York State Senate and Assembly recently passed historic legislation that strengthened rent laws and tenant protections for New Yorkers, right before the original laws expired. more
It is no secret that public transportation or infrastructure may not be readily available, accessible, or up to code for residents throughout Orange County. But, lawmakers are seeking to improve … more
The City of Newburgh’s Democratic Primary race for City Council and Mayor will take place on June 25. Councilwoman At-Large Hillary Rayford will not be seeking re-election for her position. … more
The town of Newburgh is considering purchasing a piece of property bordering the Hudson River and the Anchorage subdivision for use by the town’s consolidated water district. The property … more
On a clear day in June, the exterior of Newburgh’s Art Supply is not complete without a vibrant rainbow flag above the red front door, undulating in the breeze. Customers who walk through that … more
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