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On Tuesday, November 16, the scouts of both Troop 70 and Pack 70 were busy collecting and counting food items as part of their annual “Scouting for Food” Program. Over 2,791 food items … more
A drone powered by Ronald Zorrilla of the City of Newburgh Conservation Advisory Council shows the clearing of forested land off West Street, near the Newburgh Free Academy Athletic Field. The … more
Wallkill residents will now have the opportunity to witness the local school board on their tablet or smartphone. The live streaming of Wallkill School Board meetings will begin on January … more
The Town of Montgomery Conservation Advisory Council has been working on a proposal to create a Critical Environmental Area (CEA) for the Tin Brook - Valley and Beaverdam Brook aquifers in the Town … more
The annual visit of the Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots Train to the Village of Montgomery will be a little more special this year than usual, as it coincides with another village tradition - the … more
Walden, Coldenham and Montgomery Fire Departments were dispatched to a reported garage fire on Nov 15 at 46 Grant St. in Walden. At 9:24 the first fire department unit arrived on scene and confirmed … more
The Walden Fire District (WFD) is happy to announce the receipt of $50,000 in grant funding provided through the Office of New York Senator James Skoufis (39th District). Chief Michael McNamee … more
Camp Wendy, a beloved Girl Scout Camp located in Wallkill and donated by the Borden Family, is the possible latest casualty on the chopping block for the Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson. Camp Wendy … more
“The weight of a shield is roughly a few ounces, but we know that the weight is much heavier than that, figuratively,” Police Chief Anthony Geraci said Friday during his opening address … more
A stone memorial, with an eagle with outstretched wings, standing in front of the J. Malone Bannan Memorial Building in the Town of Newburgh reads the following inscription: ‘In Grateful … more
The Historical Society of Newburgh is pleased to partner with the Newburgh Free Library to bring stories of forgotten Newburgh “around the table” in this Thanksgiving season.  On … more
The Wallkill Reformed Church is pleased to present Charles Dickens’ holiday classic tale, “A Christmas Carol” – a live storytelling experience featuring master storyteller, … more
Would you like to decorate your home’s interior to make it Sparkle & Shine? Join us on Saturday November 20 for a DIY Holiday Garland Workshop to create a garland of festive ribbons to … more
The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced 18 Sacred Sites Grants totaling $310,500 awarded to historic religious properties throughout New York State, including $25,000 to St. George’s … more
The New Windsor Town Supervisor race still waits for a declared winner. The vote, as of Tuesday morning, remains an 11-vote difference between current supervisor George J. Meyers and candidate for … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler and Orange County Sheriff Carl E. DuBois announced that on Monday, November 16, 2021, Rahsaan Melvin, 30, of Newburgh, was arraigned by Orange County … more
On November 10, 2021 at approximately 6:12 p.m. City of Newburgh Police responded to the area of South Clark and Renwick Streets for a ShotSpotter notification indicating 12 shots fired. Responding … more
The monthly St. Mary’s Giving Day, held the third Friday of every month, will take place on Friday, Nov. 19 at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center, 321 South William Street. Gates open at 9 … more
The City of Newburgh Council Work Sessions and Regular Council Meetings will be conducted in a hybrid format to allow members of the public to attend in-person or virtually. All meetings will … more
Jen Watson of the Village of Montgomery was honored recently as the Town of Montgomery Citizen of the Month. She is shown with Deputy Supervisor Ron Feller who noted that Watson had recently come to … more
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