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Last week Highland High School Principal Dr. Kevin Murphy and Asst. Principal Brandon Opitz dedicated the new fitness center to three Highland High School graduates who were killed in action in Iraq … more
Newburgh voters will go back to the polls on June 18 for a second vote on the 2024-25 school budget, which was defeated in the May 21 vote. The Newburgh Board of Education on May 30 adopted a … more
Residents of Gardiner, Plattekill and surrounding neighborhoods gathered Thursday evening for their second public meeting to oppose the building of a 75-bay trucking warehouse on State Route 44/55 … more
The Town of Montgomery’s planning board, after reviewing its latest project, pondered a new conundrum during its May 28 meeting: Is an auto-recycling center allowed under the town code or does … more
The Bob Shepard Highland Landing park was flooded with friendly, familiar faces wishing to greet one another on Thursday. Many members of the local community gathered for the senior barbecue on … more
The Schoolhouse Project located at 191 Washington Street in the City of Newburgh was awarded $2.5 million on Friday, May 31 in an effort to bring a long vacant former school building back to life. … more
The Pine Bush High School Odyssey of the Mind team recently took home second place at the Worlds competition, a feat that members of the team have attributed to their close-knit bond and fine-tuned … more
The need for a police commissioner in the City of Newburgh Police Department came into question at the May 28 Newburgh City Council meeting as council members debated whether or not to fill the … more
Numerous awards were given out to Police Officers from Newburgh Police Department on May 29 at the SUNY Orange Great Room. Chief of Police Brandon Rola and Lieutenant Christopher Lavar presented … more
On Memorial Day weekend, the Hudson Valley Rail Trail was home to a well-attended, annual Mayfest. more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler last week reminded members of the public of the important safety choices that need to be made as we head into the summer months. In recent … more
Newburgh voters will go back to the polls on June 18 for a second vote on the 2024-25 school budget, which was defeated in the May 21 vote. District Clerk Matthew McCoy confirmed this week that … more
The City of Newburgh will host a flag raising ceremony on Saturday, June 1 st to usher in the beginning of Pride Month, and to recognize and celebrate the central role of LGBTQ+ Americans in shaping … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District 2024-2025 School Budget of $360.4 million did not pass on Tuesday, May 21. The unofficial count as of Thursday, May 23, was 988 votes yes and 1,091 no for … more
An organization of concerned citizens from Plattekill, Gardiner, and neighboring Hudson Valley communities has formed to oppose the construction of a 75-bay trucking warehouse proposed on State Route … more
The Village of Montgomery’s residents got a taste of the NY Forward Program last Wednesday, May 20 during the Local Planning Community’s (LPC) first public workshop, where participants … more
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) has approved leases for two corporate jet hangar projects at New York Stewart International Airport (SWF), totaling over 300,000 square feet and … more
American Legion VP Tom Schroeder opened the Marlboro Memorial Day ceremony saying, “Today we honor the more than one million men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation while … more
The courtyard plaza of the Newburgh Free Library has been the home of a bust of renowned Italian poet Dante Alighieri for over three decades. Plans were announced in December 2023 to relocate the … more
Hundreds gathered Monday morning as the Town of Lloyd held its Memorial Day Parade to pay homage to lives lost and honor those who have served their country. Spearheaded by the American Legion … more
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