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Multiple shots reported on City Terrace

On Wednesday October 13 at approximately 9 p.m.,members of the City of Newburgh Police Department responded to the area 17 City Terrace for a Shot Spotter activation. Once on scene officers located a …

Community comes together to fight cancer

Last Friday evening Marlboro teacher Kathy Keane ran a cancer fundraiser, named ‘Pinktacular’, at Mary Jane’s Dairy Bar in Middlehope This is the 7th year the event has been held at …

Marlboro tables swim program proposal

Last week, after a tour of construction improvements that have been made at the Marlboro High School, the Board of Education opened their meeting with the Marlboro High School Chamber Choir singing …

Rail Trail President receives commendation

Last week Peter Bellizzi was honored with a commendation from State Senator Michelle Hinchey [D-46] for his selfless service to the community as President of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail …

Town of Lloyd Police report for the month of September

Sept. 1 - Chief Janso and Lt. Roloson, Supervisor Pizzuto and Councilman Auchmoody met with a representative of “Vet2Vet Peer Specialist” and “Hudson Valley Center for Veterans …
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New owners add new experiences at Juckas Stables

Riders on horses, in a field, on the property of Juckas Stables on Route 302 outside of Pine Bush has been a standard sight for decades. Seeing a tripod capturing a video of those horses, wranglers, …

College news

The State University of New York at Potsdam recently named 221 students who excelled academically in the Spring 2021 semester to the College’s Dean’s List.The students included:Samantha …

College news

Orla Clasby of New Paltz was named to Lewis University’s Dean’s List for the 2021 Spring Semester. Clasby is studying in the College of University at Lewis University.Congratulations to …

Plattekill ES celebrates Fire Prevention Week

Sirens blaring and lights flashing, a caravan of emergency vehicles arrived in style at Plattekill Elementary School on October 5. The visitors showed off their life-saving equipment and helped the …

Fire Prevention Week at Highland Elementary

Members of the Highland Fire District visited Highland Elementary School this week, giving students an up-close look at the department’s fire trucks and showing off the various pieces of …
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Fire Prevention Week

Emergency vehicles arrived in style at Fostertown Elementary School last week. The Cronomer Valley Fire Department helped the students learn about fire safety during National Fire Prevention Week …

A perfect day for Walktoberfest

There are fall days in the Northeast that are just perfect; when the temperature, the sun and all other factors slip into place, it is a magical day. It happened at this year’s special two-day …

Officials see a positive side to ‘gentrification’

City of Newburgh Mayor Torrance Harvey is working closely with the police department in the investigation of the unknown ‘Gentrification Notice’ tagger. On Saturday, Sept. 25, a notice …

New Windsor provides ambulance service to Cornwall

The Town of Cornwall and Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson will continue to use emergency medical services provided by the Town of New Windsor until Dec. 31, 2021. The contract, according to Town of …

Single mother battles homelessness

Lauren Barnett of Clinton Street has struggled with homelessness while living in the City of Newburgh, just a little over three years after moving here from Texas. Barnett currently shares a child …
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Chief Anthony Geraci meets with customers at 2 Alices.

‘Coffee with a cop’ expands police outreach

Newburgh customers had the opportunity to try coffee, for free, from 2 Alices, Rob’s Roast Coffees, Blacc Vanilla, and Newburgh …
From left to right: Rhinebeck Bank Universal Banker James Doyle, Rhinebeck Bank Newburgh Branch Manager Mario Jimenez, City of Newburgh Mayor Torrance Harvey, Newburgh City Councilman Anthony Grice, Rhinebeck Bank Newburgh Branch Team Leader Sergio Valentin and Rhinebeck Bank Universal Banker Laura Espinoza.

Rhinebeck Bank opens Broadway branch

The Rhinebeck Bank has officially opened a new branch in the City of Newburgh at 456 Broadway. The announcement for the new branch …
Live musicians entertain the crowd of the festival while they eat.

Greek Festival returns from hiatus

Newburgh residents and patrons enjoy homemade, authentic Greek food, welcoming back the Newburgh Greekfest. The festival is …
Participants often walk in honor or memory of a friend of loved ones.

Walk to end Alzheimer's

The Hudson Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association held their first walk at Benedict Farm Park in Montgomery, though they …

Residents ask for input in selection of police chief

The Montgomery Town Board was called to task last week for what a number of residents called a lack of community involvement in the …

Walden Townhouse project moving forward

A proposed Coldenham Road townhouse development, that has been on Walden’s radar for more than a decade, has inched closer to …