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The Vails Gate Fire Department announced the untimely death of one its members last week. Alec Tannenbaum, 29, was found unresponsive in his home last Tuesday following a shift with the VGFD and a … more
Although not the most obvious location, the Town of Newburgh is the site of a local gem that holds pertinence to the history of the African Diaspora. The African Cultural Center of the Greater … more
With over 400,000 New Yorkers still without power three days after Tropical Storm Isaias ripped through the state, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer Friday made a personal call to the Chief Executive … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District [NECSD] Board of Education [BOE] held a special meeting last Tuesday to discuss operation reopen. “Tonight is a very critical update in this … more
In the past twelve years Arnold “Butch” Amthor has managed to move the Town of Montgomery department forward drastically. As Montgomery’s former police chief, Amthor turned a newer … more
Author, poet, and educator James Finn Cotter, the longest-serving professor at Mount Saint Mary College, will be retiring from teaching at the college on Friday, August 7, after 57 years of … more
The 150th Anniversary of the Frederick Douglass visit to Newburgh is being celebrated next Tuesday. In honor of Frederick Douglass’ visit to Newburgh in 1870 and his legacy of voter rights … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation is addressing service interruptions caused by strong, gusty winds combined with heavy rains, brought by Tropical Storm Isaias. These conditions are … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District [NECSD] held a virtual presentation on Facebook on its potential reopen in the fall last Friday afternoon. Although nothing is final yet, the district … more
The City of Newburgh held the last weekend of its Liberty Street pilot closure this past weekend. Starting on July 10, the section of Liberty Street between Ann Street and Washington Street was … more
Common Ground Farm is pleased to announce the start of the 2020 Newburgh Farmers’ Market season. The market will be open every Saturday from 10-2 pm until the last day of the season on November … more
Five years ago, Ronald Zorrilla and his wife, Ashley Collazo moved to the Hudson Valley from New York City. They moved to the Hudson Valley after Zorrilla was given the opportunity to work for the … more
Former Newburgh deputy police Chief Arnold “Butch” Amthor has been named the new deputy chief of the Newburgh city department He will take over command of the Police Department which has … more
Robert McLymore’s entire childhood was spent in the City of Newburgh. In the later half of his childhood, he realized that he wanted to be a police officer. At NFA, McLymore was introduced … more
In an effort to bring color back to the world, PANJA has brought its first medicine mural in the City of Newburgh to life. “This piece celebrates the diverse cultural fabric of Newburgh and … more
While the Newburgh City Council deliberated on the local law mandating police identification, the community gathered to make their voices heard. “Black lives matter,” chanted a large … more
As the summer goes on, members of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District [NECSD] are anxiously waiting to hear when the school district will be able to physically open again. As of now there … more
The Newburgh City Council entered an agreement with the Boys and Girls Club of Newburgh, Inc. for the Mayor’s Summer Youth Initiative at this past Monday’s City Council meeting. The … more
The Democratic caucus of the Orange County Legislature recently held a press conference pushing for county-wide measures to address discrimination, diversity, equity, and inclusion. The group was … more
U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney [NY-18] was joined by Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus in New Windsor during a press conference last Thursday celebrating the passage of the Moving Forward Act in … more
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