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The discussion of electric car charging stations came before the New Windsor Planning Board on Wednesday, August 10. Proposed electric car charging stations would be located at the Amazon facility … more
The Newburgh Arts and Cultural Commission [NACC] met on Monday, August 15 to discuss a National Endowment for the Arts [NEA] grant for the anticipated work on several proposed art installations in … more
Residents of the greater Newburgh area joined together at the Newburgh Free Library on Thursday, August 11 for a community discussion on the proposed Danskammer fracked gas plant. The Danskammer … more
Early voting has already begun for the Orange County Democratic Primary that will take place on Tuesday, August 23 to choose a candidate for the November congressional election. Democrats Pat … more
On the morning of Saturday, August 6, under the hot sun, Ivette Duran hosted her weekly Fit Camp sessions on the newly opened outdoor fitness court at Delano-Hitch Park in the City of Newburgh. … more
On Tuesday, October 18, Highland Central School District voters will go to the polls to weigh in on two Capital Project propositions. Proposition 1 is a tax-neutral plan for updating aging school … more
Area residents joined together at the Newburgh Free Library on Thursday, August 11 for a community discussion on the proposed Danskammer fracked gas plant. The Danskammer Plant currently rests along … more
A special election for the NY-19th Congressional seat is scheduled for Tuesday, August 23 between Democrat Pat Ryan and Republican Marc Molinaro. The winner will serve out the remaining four months … more
Over the course of three days in July, Highland High School student Cali Roloson participated in the 2022 Excel National Championship Figure Skating competition that was sponsored by the Boston Skate … more
Plans for a business center next to the Colden Mansion Ruins have been presented to the Town of Montgomery Planning Board. Jesse Cokeley, principal at Colliers Engineering & Design, described … more
The Valley Central Board of Education voted unanimously on Wednesday, August 10, to approve inter-municipal agreements which would move ahead a security plan to have police officers as school … more
A special election for the NY-19th Congressional seat is scheduled for Tuesday, August 23 between Democrat Pat Ryan and Republican Marc Molinaro. The winner will serve out the remaining four months … more
Seeking to become the first non-binary individual to be elected to the New York State Legislature, Matthew Mackey is a candidate for the 101st Assembly seat. If elected, Mackey would replace … more
While a proposed new Dunkin Donuts at the intersection of Route 208 and Goodwill Road has local officials worried about the volume of traffic it might add, so too is there concern for the place next … more
Gardiner Town Board member Carol Richman can’t understand why the Town Board couldn’t wait to purchase a more environmentally-friendly vehicle for the building department rather than … more
The Town of Montgomery honored a dozen young people last week in a ceremony to conclude the Summer Youth Employment Program. This was the second year operating the program under the Dennis and … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh has announced the appointment of Jill Marie Rothschild as the newest Executive Director for the organization. Rothschild will be assuming her official … more
During the month of July, the Salvation Army Newburgh Corps Community Center celebrated the return of Star Lake Camp and were able to bring children from the local community to a fun and memorable … more
The Wall That Heals, a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial along with a mobile Education Center, is coming to Middletown on September 15-18 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel … more
The Town of Crawford celebrated its second National Night Out on August 2 at the town park celebrating neighborhood-police partnerships and relationship building in every community. The event, funded … more
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