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MHE Engineering, D.P.C. returned before the Newburgh Town Board last month with updated site plans and building renderings for the boards’ review and consideration for a town recreation center. … more
32 Scoops by Mina’s officially celebrated its grand opening on May 14 with a ribbon cutting ceremony surrounded by family and friends, community residents and supporters. 32 Scoops, located … more
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh was one of many affiliates that joined in the Capitol Build Day in Albany on Tuesday, May 24. The purpose of Capitol Build Day is for families to build … more
A proposed 80-unit apartment complex behind the Montgomery Shop Rite continues to gain support from the town board. The board, last week, adopted a resolution to amend the town’s zoning map … more
The Coronavirus pandemic has, to date, claimed more than one million American lives. Though health experts warn us that it’s not yet over, two local women felt that it was time to remember … more
The Town of Shawangunk will consider passing a mass gathering ordinance after a group of angry residents complained about a noisy house party that attracted 200 people into the wee hours of the … more
A celebration that was more than 20 years in the making was finally held, Saturday morning, when the Wallkill Fire District officially welcomed its new firehouse with a ribbon-cutting … more
Construction work and renovations continue at the Newburgh Mall in preparation for the highly anticipated Resorts World Hudson Valley casino set to open in the fall of 2022. The Newburgh Mall was … more
Due to the Newburgh Illuminated Festival on June 4, 2022, the following roads will be closed, with parking restrictions in effect beginning at 2:00 a.m. on June 4, 2022 and ending at 2:00 a.m. on … more
The New Windsor Police Department celebrated its 37th Town of New Windsor Police Department Annual Awards Ceremony at Kristi Babcock Memorial Park on Wednesday, May 18 joined by town residents, town … more
Residents and veterans of the Town of Newburgh gathered together to remember and honor those who have passed on Memorial Day before enjoying the celebration of the parade later in the afternoon. … more
Memorial Day weekend saw parades and celebrations all throughout the Hudson Valley. On Sunday May 29, people gathered to celebrate Memorial Day on either side of Main Street in Milton. American flags … more
After a hiatus caused by the pandemic, the Plattekill Memorial Day Parade returned last Sunday and was greeted warmly by all in attendance. Deputy Town Supervisor Dean DePew Sr. welcomed everyone … more
For the first time in what officials say will be an annual event, Maybrook handed out various awards during the May 23 Village Board meeting said Police Arnold “Butch” Amthor, “to … more
The City of Newburgh celebrated Memorial Day with flags waving, men and women in uniform marching, service vehicles with lights flashing and bands playing as they marched down Broadway. Rebecca … more
On a perfect spring morning, after a three year hiatus, the Highland community held a Memorial Day parade that culminated in a solemn ceremony in the town square. Firefighter Frank Piscopo opened … more
Dr. Jackielyn Manning Campbell was named Superintendent of Schools for the Newburgh Enlarged City School District at a special meeting of the Board of Education held Thursday, May 26.  She … more
Nearly 10 months in the making, the Town of Plattekill adopted a towing law at its May 18 meeting. Following Wednesday’s hour-long public hearing that was dominated by questions and … more
Recently, the Marlboro-Milton Lions Club awarded two, $2,500 scholarships to graduating seniors Novali Hanley and Katerina Calderone at a special dinner that was held at the Ship Lantern Inn. Each … more
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