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The City Council Meeting scheduled for  Monday, December 11, 2023 at 7:00 p.m.  has been relocated to  the Activity Center  at 401 Washington Street, Newburgh, New York … more
The Christmas season kicked off for the Town of Newburgh on Friday, December 1 with the annual Town Tree Lighting at Chadwick Lake Park. Brief drizzles of rain did not stop families and children from … more
The proposed Golden Hill affordable housing development received a major boost with a $15 million Homeless Housing Assistance Program (HHAP) grant from the New York State Office of Temporary and … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus released the following statement on Thursday, Dec. 7 in response to the County Legislature adopting the 2024 Budget in the amount $923,799,230 million with a … more
On Tuesday December 12, Highland residents will have the opportunity to vote for one of two candidates who are seeking a five-year term on the Board of Fire Commissioners. Voting is scheduled from 5 … more
The ongoing review of an application for Stralow Farm, a short-term rental on Lattintown Road, dominated most of the Marlborough Planning Board’s December 4 meeting.   Owners … more
  Last week New York State Senator Michelle Hinchey [D-NY41] held a town meeting at the Hudson Ale Works in Highland. Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson [D-NY104] joined her and together they … more
  About 100 people turned out for the Town of Marlborough’s annual Blue Light Tree Lighting Ceremony, held Sunday, December 3 at Marlborough Town Hall.   This was the … more
  This past weekend, the St Augustine School hosted a ‘Flavor of the World’ Christmas Market. The event was to help raise funds for a desperately needed new roof for the … more
  On and off rain limited the crowds but didn’t chill the festive mood at the annual Milton holiday tree lighting, which took place on Sunday afternoon, December 3.    … more
With more tenants moving out and at least one new one coming in, the transformation of the Newburgh Mall continues. National retailer O’Reilly Auto Parts will be the newest tenant of the … more
After several months of budget sessions, public comments and city staff presentations, the Newburgh City Council unanimously adopted the 2024 Budget on Monday, November 27. The 2024 City Budget … more
The first Tabby’s Tails Vendor Fair kicked off the Christmas season on Saturday, December 2 where residents and visitors had the opportunity to browse local vendors, take their children to get … more
The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced 19 Sacred Sites Grants totaling $289,800 awarded to 17 historic religious properties throughout New York State, including $10,000 to Baptist Temple … more
Visitors to Newburgh’s Historic District are awestruck by its rich architecture and its sweeping views of the Hudson River. For the past four decades, supporters from all over have joined the … more
The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) will perform its beloved Holiday Concert on Saturday, December 9 at 4 p.m. at Aquinas Hall on the Mount Saint Mary College campus in Newburgh. The event … more
The Town of Montgomery board, after discussing and listening to the community’s feedback, approved a 12-month moratorium during its November 28 meeting that prohibited all battery storage … more
The Town of Montgomery planning board and the developers of Real Deal Management’s warehouse, a project proposed for Bracken Road, draw even closer to moving forward as both parties overview … more
More than four decades after Pat and Jack Baldwin planted their first grape seeds in Pine Bush, Baldwin Vineyards is ready to cork its last bottle. “After careful consideration, we have … more
The owner of a large parcel of land that literally sits on the border of the town and village of Montgomery appeared before members of both municipal boards last week to state his case as to why his … more
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