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On February 8th 2019, at approximately 4:25 a.m. the City of Newburgh police responded to the area of Johnston Street and Campbell Street for a ‘Shot Spotter’ activation. Upon arrival … more
On February 7th 2019 at approximately 2 p.m. the City of Newburgh police officer assigned to the main campus of Newburgh Free Academy as the CRO (Community Resource Officer) was notified about an … more
An abandoned warehouse at 105 Ann St is getting a much needed facelift by the company Between Spaces. The project includes half of the building used for commercial and half for art spaces. ADS … more
The City of Newburgh is joining the conversation on the Danskammer Energy Plant in the Town of Newburgh. A resolution opposing the plant was put on the agenda at the City Council meeting on January … more
A unique business is opening just off Exit 10 of Route 84 in the Town of Newburgh. The Barking Goose will be a Bookstore Bar hoping to bring the community together over drinks and literature.Jennifer … more
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
The Marlboro Central School District is in the early stages of developing a Capital Project to address key infrastructure updates, health and safety issues, and spacing improvements throughout the … more
After Ulster County Executive Mike Hein’s surprise announcement last month that he will be taking a position in the Cuomo administration, three Democrats have stepped forward who are seeking to … more
Last month, Marlboro Middle School Student Joseph Schindler, President of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, gave a presentation to the school board on what the organization does … more
SUNY Ulster brings the newest works by Chris Victor, titled “Hammer Dance,” to the Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery from Friday, February 8 – Friday, March 29. An opening reception … more
A proposed cut to state funding for municipalities in Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 2019-20 executive budget has towns and villages scrambling to fill holes in their budgets. The Aid to and … more
The Town of Montgomery might teem with construction in the coming years as numerous large projects sit before town and village boards. Many of the proposed projects are warehouses, except City … more
Dominick Lionetti knows the value of hard work. The owner of Weber’s Hardware in Wallkill took his first official job in eighth grade, working at the grocery store with his father. Before that, … more
Within 24 hours of its unveiling, the Wallkill Public Library’s new Lego wall was already peppered with creations: a snowman, a woodland scene, a red heart, the words “BUILD!” and … 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
Long-simmering tensions between Valley Central Board of Education President Melvin Wesenberg and Trustee Sheila Schwartz erupted into an ugly confrontation during an executive session following last … more
Faith House, a maternity house opening soon in Walden, will provide expectant mothers a safe haven from poverty, unstable living situations or homelessness. Faith House purchased a 5,000-square-foot … more
A packed house of approximately 100 residents filled the Shawangunk Town Hall meeting room on Saturday morning to provide their input on the future of the hamlet. With the municipality planning to … more
Village businessowner Maria Beltrametti will challenge long-time incumbent Stephen Brescia for his seat as village mayor in the elections on March 19.The polls will be open at the senior center, 36 … more
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