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The Village of Maybrook will host its highly anticipated Annual Fourth of July Celebration, set to take place on Friday, June 30, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Frederick Myers Veterans Memorial Park, … more
Summer Reading Program for grades 1-6 will be held at Montgomery Free Library on Wednesday evenings in July, 6 - 7 p.m. at the Library. Registration starts June 21 at the Library. Teen … more
Gardiner Library hosts Community Reiki, which meets Sunday July 2, 12-2 p.m. and will meet first Sundays of each month. Members of Hudson Valley Community Reiki will offer adults a 20-minute … more
Vision of Wallkill is excited to offer a six session workshop in character development in July for children between 8- 12 years old. Working with the book Matilda by Roald Dahl, we will use the … more
Vision of Wallkill welcomes back Hillbilly Parade to kick off the 2023 Rhythm on the River Summer Concert Series. Join them on Thursday July 6 to enjoy country music. Wear your boots for line dancing … more
City Manager Todd Venning, on Thursday, announced the City of Newburgh has received North America’s most prestigious award for state and local government budgeting: the Distinguished Budget … more
Effective July 3 rd , and until further notice, alternate side of the street parking rules will be temporarily suspended on Montgomery Street between Broad Street and Park Place due to the ongoing … more
Town of Montgomery Republicans went to the polls Tuesday to select candidates for the upcoming town election, chosing some familiar names in the process Frederick Gorss is set to serve another … more
Community Day and Independence Day Celebration returns to the Town of Newburgh on Friday, June 30 at Algonquin and Cronomer Parks. Community Day will feature local food, games for families and … more
The Newburgh Free Library will host on Wednesday, June 28 starting at 6 p.m. in the Board of Education Auditorium a community conversation about the seriousness of gun violence. The conversation will … more
The Newburgh Town Board approved an asbestos abatement design service at $2,400 as part of the Colden Park Water Main Replacement Phase III Project. This abatement is part of the greater project of … more
The July 10 Newburgh Town Board Meeting has been canceled due to lack of a quorum of board members. The next regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, July 24, at 7 p.m. will take place at 1496 Route … more
In observance of Independence Day on Tuesday, July 4, 2023, the City of Newburgh’s non-emergency departments will be closed. There will be no sanitation collection on Tuesday, July 4, 2023. … more
On Tuesday, July 11, the Orange County Mobile Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) Unit will be stationed at the Town of Newburgh Town Hall Parking Lot, located at 1496 Route 300, Newburgh, from 10:30 … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) and State Senator Michelle Hinchey (D- 41) have passed legislation aimed at curbing chronic late billing by Central Hudson and other utility companies. Bill … more
The City of Newburgh is seeking volunteers to serve on the Police Community Relations and Review Board (PCRRB) to fill seven expiring member positions. Interested individuals must apply by July 21, … more
It was a night to honor those who served the Valley Central School District, as the school board honored eight retirees before its regular meeting June 12. The retirees are: Diane Umstetter, William … more
Applause and cheers filled the June 13 Pine Bush school board meeting as the board recognized student-athletes, thespians, scholars and new personnel. Mike Gillespie, Director of Physical … more
When pickle ball courts were installed in the village of Montgomery several years ago, they came at the expense of some senior exercise equipment that was removed in the process. Now, at least one … more
Free music at Wooster Memorial Grove Park? Yes please! Walden’s 2023 Music in the Grove is a free summer concert series they’ve been doing for years, and it’s just around the … more
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