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BioHiTech America, the trash to energy company that sought to operate a proposed solid waste facility at Stewart International Airport has dropped its $35-million plan for Stewart and is now seeking … more
The West End Fire Station is back in business in the City of Newburgh. The station closed months ago due to asbestos, which was remediated by ACA Environmentals and reopened on Friday. The … more
The Newburgh Awesome Foundation is supporting residents of Newburgh with a generous board of trustees each donating $100 a month for a $1,000 grant to a project in the City of Newburgh. The board … more
William Reid, CEO of Danskammer LLC, came before the Marlborough Town Board on Monday night to present a snapshot of his company’s proposal to build a new natural gas fired power plant next to … more
The Newburgh Teachers Association (NTA) took to the microphone at the last Board of Education meeting to express their concerns with safety in the Newburgh Enlarged City School District. On February … more
At their February meeting, long-serving Plattekill Library Trustee and former board President Lynne Ridgeway submitted her resignation to President William Farrell. She was not in attendance. more
This past weekend the Marlboro chapter of the Knights of Columbus celebrated their 40th anniversary with a Mass at St. Mary’s Catholic Church followed by a dinner at the Ship Lantern Inn in … more
Delayed by the weather, the Highland Central School District Board of Education made up for lost time at its rescheduled meeting on February 19. Board members, as part of their executive session, … more
The City of Newburgh looks to join the Article 10 process for Danskammer Energy Plant by beginning the application for intervenor funding. Intervenor funding can be used to pay for expert witnesses, … more
Grit Works on Broadway was filled with tools and broken items on Saturday as experts got to work at Newburgh’s first Repair Cafe. The room was filled with people bringing in household … more
Orange County residents met in Kaplan Hall on the Orange County Community College Newburgh Campus to discuss transportation in the area. Many speakers came to the microphone to air complaints and … more
After staying dormant for almost a decade the Transportation Committee is up and running in full force. Over the past six months, the Transportation Advisory Committee has been hard at work to … more
Rigoberto Medina always wanted to be a firefighter growing up. He remembers as a kid watching the fire trucks pass by his house. After trying to get into the City of Newburgh Fire Department twice he … more
Danskammer Energy LLC, a power plant located in the town of Newburgh, released their more than 300 page-long Preliminary Scoping Statement on February 8, 2019. Since then there have been nearly 300 … more
City Winery gained final site plan approval at a Village of Montgomery planning board meeting on Feb. 27. The project will turn the old Montgomery Worsted Mills property into a fully operational … more
The Pine Bush School Board started its budget preparations last Tuesday night with the introduction of its preliminary staffing, technology and instructional budgets. Assistant Superintendent for … more
The first time Father Tom Colucci, Most Precious Blood’s new parish administrator, was asked if he would consider entering the priesthood, he thought the priest who asked him was … more
When Valley Central School District residents head to the polls on May 21 for the school board elections and the annual district budget vote, a referendum will also be on the ballot to decide whether … more
The Rev. Daniel O’Hare, administrator of the Holy Name of Mary – Assumption Parish serving Montgomery and Maybrook, has been relieved of his pastoral duties while the Archdiocese of New … more
Stepping out of a van full of graphic design Pratt Institute students, Melanie Collins, Founder of Blacc Vanilla Community Foundation is brought to tears looking at the United Methodist Church on … more
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