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Impact Inc. is doing just as its name suggests, leaving a lasting impression on members of the community in Newburgh. The organization founded by Damian DePauw looks to bring together existing … more
In October of 2018, Sam Spradley was dropped off at the curb outside the Department of Social Services office in Newburgh. After 13 years in 5 different prisons, the last being Wallkill Correctional … more
Today in society the word “miracle” is used fairly loosely. “It was a miracle the Cubs won the World Series!” Or “my post on Facebook had over one million likes, and … more
The recent snowstorm on January 19, left the City of Newburgh DPW workers tired and low on morale. Workers plowed and shoveled around the clock Friday night into Saturday morning to get the city … more
Almost a month into the new year, the City of Newburgh is off to a rocky start with a senseless shooting on Friday evening. Jermaine Cooper, 40, was pronounced dead at St. Luke’s Hospital at 2 … more
Mayor Torrance Harvey and Councilman Anthony Grice couldn’t contain their excitement as they reached the second to last agenda item at the Monday night Newburgh City Council Meeting. With a … more
Representatives of Danskammer Energy, owners of the power plant located off River Road in the town of Newburgh, appeared at the January 28 town workshop meeting to give a presentation on the new … more
The year 2018 was a profitable one for the city of Newburgh with 49 properties sold by the City of Newburgh and 6 sold by River Realty bringing in more than $1.3 million. City Planner Ali Church … 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
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
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
Orange County Human Rights Executive Director Inaudy Esposito announced on Thursday that the Human Rights Commission is now seeking nominations for its 2019 awards. Now in its 24th year, the Human … more
Alera Jicha pulled back and took a long shot in the closing seconds Wednesday, Jan. 9, in Kingston as Newburgh’s girls’ basketball team battled Kingston on the road. Kingston led … more
The Junior Police Cadet Academy Program received a $5,000 check on Thursday presented by Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus. The program is a continuation of the Youth and Police Initiative and … more
On December 28, 2018, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s vetoes affected seven school districts across New York State including the Newburgh Enlarged City School District. The veto of bill A.1174 denies … more
Roberta and Erve Hamilton, owners of The Print Shop have been at 623 Broadway for more than 32 years. Like many other businesses in Newburgh, they are being forced to find a different shop after … more
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