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A proposed mixed use building to occupy the parking lot next to The Table Restaurant, has been given a go-ahead from the Village of Montgomery Zoning Board of Appeals. Hanover Properties is … more
On June 27, 2022, at approximately 11:15 p.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department received a ShotSpotter notification in the area of North Miller St. Upon arrival Officers located a 16-year-old … more
Arden Consulting Engineers returned before the New Windsor Planning Board last Wednesday, June 22 for a review of their proposed solar farm project looking to be built at 108 Windsor Highway. The … more
The project known as Bearington Auto Care returned before the New Windsor Planning Board for a review of their site plan and to address town engineer comments on their project on Wednesday, June 22. … more
Nicole Harrison was arrested by New Windsor Police and charged with harassment 2nd with physical contact in connection to an incident that occurred at a New Windsor Dunkin Donuts on June 12. … more
During the Town of Newburgh regular work session, members of American Legion Post 1420 presented on behalf of the organization a plaque of appreciation to the Town Board. American Legion Post 1420 … more
On Wednesday, June 9, 2004, at approximately 10:48 a.m., Yvonne Torch was brutally beaten and murdered at her place of business. Torch was the owner and operator of “His and Hers Salon” … more
A proposal to increase police presence in each of the Valley Central Schools is in progress. School security has weighed heavily on the minds of parents since the May 24 fatal shooting of nineteen … more
The City of Newburgh Police Department in collaboration with the Department of Public Works, the Water Department, and the Parks & Recreation Department will be hosting a pop-up BBQ to build and … more
On June 25, 2022, at 3 a.m., two Beacon residents arrived at Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital for gunshot wounds. One victim was male and the other was female, both are 23 years old. The … more
Governor Hochul signed Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson’s bill (A10497) banning the sale of body armor, also known as bullet proof vests, to individuals other than law enforcement and those … more
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Orange County Arts Council’s OC Live Music Series on July 1, 2022 featuring MVORE, an R&B/Soul collaborative performance group, and Steve Margoshes, … more
Crawford Police released this photo of a suspect in an armed robbery of the Citgo Station at the intersection of Route 52 and Hill Avenue, Monday at around 11 p.m. The investigation is on going. If … more
One year after taking a leave of absence that ended with his resignation, former Valley Central Co-Principal Michael Conklin has a new job. Conklin has been appointed Junior Senior High School … more
The Town of Gardiner has vacancies on the following: Assessment Review Board, Environmental Conservation Commission and Parks and Recreation Committee. If interested, please contact Supervisor … more
The New York State Department of Transportation is advising motorists to expect one lane to close along Interstate 84 eastbound and westbound, between Exit 46 (US Route 9) in the Town of East … more
Want to learn more about the historic Borden Home Farm in Wallkill? Join a tour on Sunday, June 26 and learn about the history of this unique property. Meet folks from the School of Practical … more
The Pine Bush Community Band has four dates lined up for summer entertainment. The band, which has been in existence for nearly 40 year, consists of 45+ musicians of all ages and abilities. Their … more
Gardiner Library presents Summer Programming which includes programs for toddlers through teens including crochet classes, art and nature series, storytimes, guitar classes, Dungeons and Dragons meet … more
Gardiner Library presents WordPOP- Young Writers Group Thursday June 23, 4:30 - 5 p.m. Young creative writers ages 7-10 come share your flair and imagination. Whether it’s poetry, short … more
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