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On February 25 Lloyd Planning Board held a public hearing on the Silver Gardens senior living project. The proposal calls for a three-story, 55,000 sq/ft complex containing 57 units for … more
When a famous baseball player hangs up his cleats they often permanently retire his number but when a family dentist does the same, we’re not sure what to call it. But one thing is for certain, … more
You may soon see the Town of Marlborough police wearing body cameras — if the county, state or federal governments provide funding for their purchase, that is. The introduction of the … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) is praising today’s announcement regarding the COVID-19 vaccination process in New York State, calling it “a good first step.” “I … more
Roberto Minuta, 36, owner of Casa Di Dolore Tattoo Parlor located at 784 Broadway in the City of Newburgh, was arrested on Monday for his alleged involvement in the January 6 U.S. Capitol riots. … more
The question of when the City of Newburgh will hold council meetings in person again was brought up at the March 4 work session. Corporation counsel Michelle Kelson said the switch to a remote … more
Lifelong activist and Newburgh native Gabrielle (Burton) Hill announced her run for Orange County Legislator District Four, running against incumbent Democrat Kevindaryán Luján. Her … more
On February 26 John B. Rhodes, Chairmen of the Board on Electric Generating Siting and the Environment, sent a letter to attorney Brenda D. Colella and VP of Public Affairs Michelle Hook of … more
The Rhinebeck Bank is coming to the City of Newburgh, located at 456 Broadway in the former Citizens Bank building, which would make it the only full-service community bank in the heart of the city. … more
Linda Velez, a New Windsor resident, published her first book, The Key, which is a memoir detailing her life as a psychic and the message she wants to share with the rest of humanity. Velez is an … more
 The Bonura Hospitality Group has reached a contractual agreement to sell Anthony’s Pier 9, a well-known wedding and catering facility in the Town of New Windsor. The sale is expected to … more
Monticello native, Josh Deitchman has returned to the Hudson Valley with a vision to create murals and start The Hudson Valley Hype Mural Festival in Newburgh. The self taught muralist has been … more
March 1, 2021 marked the one-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 case reported in the State of New York. In the following weeks, the world changed as schools, restaurants and businesses shut down … more
Differences in helping local businesses, village spending, tractor trailer traffic and warehouse development highlighted the Village of Montgomery Trustee Candidates Night last week. Incumbents … more
Veterans will be forever honored in the Village of Montgomery, as the corner of Goodwill Road and Roosevelt Avenue was named Veterans Corner during a dedication ceremony on Saturday. “This … more
The Town of Montgomery Town Board and Maybrook Village Board held a joint hearing Monday to review the Galaxy Ltd. request to annex certain town lands to the village so the firm’s property will … more
The Village of Maybrook is currently without a chief of police, as Arnold “Butch” Amthor retired from the position to focus on his role as the chief of the City of Newburgh Police … more
The debate over the Town of Gardiner’s draft short term rental law continued at the March 2 Town Board meeting, and at some points became hostile. Several community members called the … more
A Mount Saint Mary College student turned himself into City of Newburgh Police Wednesday after being accused of raping another student. Anthony Pennachio Jr., 19, originally from Brooklyn, was … more
The City of Newburgh Fire D epartmentresponded to structure fire at 446 First Street on March 3. The fire was reportedly coming thru front porch windows,and side of residence. Command requested a … more
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