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Precious Paws Inc, through the assistance of the Newburgh Brewing Company, hosted a night of food, drinks and fundraising to help in the group’s efforts to help and care for the cats in the … more
Families and visitors were treated to more than 100 vendors offering food, raffles, local goods and products, local produce, musical performances and good family fun during the annual Pine Bush … more
It may be the nation’s fastest growing sport, and though it is catching on in the Village of Montgomery, not everyone there is a pickleball fan. The village board, after a lengthy and … more
Supervisor John Valk is proud of the fact that the Town of Shawangunk has never gone over the state-mandated 2.0 percent tax cap since it was instituted in 2012. But Valk is fearful that the streak … more
SUNY Orange has become the latest community college within the State University of New York (SUNY) to be selected as an education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program, providing … more
More than 150 artists will participate in the Twelfth Annual Newburgh Open Studios organized by Gerardo Castro and Michael Gabor, co-owners of Newburgh Art Supply taking place on Saturday and Sunday, … more
Annual village celebration ends summer season on a high note. more
The Town of Newburgh Police Department celebrated the promotion of Dennis Carpenter to lieutenant and welcomed Brandon Abrams, William Fiordalis and Gregory Frey to the police department. Town … more
On September 10 a fundraiser was held at Locust Grove Farm in Milton as a benefit for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. Bob Keator organized the BBQ event in Milton. In 2001 he was Chief of the … more
Operating out of the Newburgh Free Library on Grand Street, the Crossroads Chess Community welcomes all from the City of Newburgh and surrounding areas to participate, learn and enjoy the game of … more
On Tuesday, September 13, at 3:30 p.m., the New Windsor Police Department responded to Spruce Street for a report of a residential burglary that had occurred several hours earlier. Upon arrival, … more
Engineering firm Clark Patterson Lee [CPL] anticipates the Delano-Hitch Aquatic Center and Pool to be finally completed by Memorial Day Weekend of 2025. The current pool site at the park features … more
Starting in 2023, the Town of New Windsor plans to increase their rate of Information and Technology [IT] services from $100 per hour to $125 per hour. The town currently offers IT services to 18 … more
Sadie Tallie of Newburgh was the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award on Monday, September 12 awarded by True Insight Inc. and the Black History Committee of the Hudson Valley. City of … more
The City of Newburgh remembered those who gave their lives and those who helped in the rescue and recovery during its annual 9-11 remembrance ceremony, Sunday morning at Park Place. City Fire … more
Candles flickered in The Chapel of the Most Holy Rosary at Mount Saint Mary College on Sunday night, as the campus community honored the victims, survivors and heroes of the terrorist attacks of … more
New Windsor Supervisor George Meyers and members of the town board with all those present recognized and honored New Windsor Police Chief Robert Doss for 25 years of service as a police officer … more
Marlboro School Board President Michael Connors confirmed that Elementary School Principal Patricia Walsh was put on Administrative Leave near the end of the 2021-22 school year. According to … more
After a ten-year hiatus and a lengthy period in review, the Highland School Board voted to bring back the Student Resource Officer [SRO] program for the 2022-23 school year, according to Lloyd Police … more
Last Sunday evening, on the 21st anniversary of September 11, 2001, the Town of Lloyd remembered those who perished on that fateful day at the World Trade Towers in New York City, at the Pentagon in … more
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