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Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Wednesday, January 25,  that his Office has completed its investigation into the tragic death of an Emergency Medical … more
A little more than four months before Plattekill Police Chief Joseph Ryan crashed his patrol car in New Jersey last September while visiting relatives that eventually led to a one-month suspension, … more
Last week, all three Marlboro Schools presented their educational action plans to the school board. Superintendent Michael Rydell said discussions began at the start of this school year when the … more
Last week Highland School Business Administrator Lindsay Eidel kicked off the 2023-24 budget season with the first of many presentations that will eventually lead to the May 16th budget vote by the … more
The seven mysterious barrels that were discovered at the Town of Plattekill transfer station more than six months ago have been finally discarded. Councilman Dean DePew Sr., who revealed the … more
Congressman Ryan took his oath of office at West Point, Sunday, becoming the first West Point graduate to represent the Academy in Congress. The oath was administered by Senate Majority Leader Chuck … more
Legislator Megan Sperry (District 17 – New Paltz, Rifton), the author of 2022 Resolution No. 493 “Urging New York State Governor And New York State Legislature To Adopt Legislation … more
The City of Newburgh at-large council seat race has added more names to the list with Ali T. Muhammad, first time candidate Anusha Mehar and first time candidate RD McLymore making official … more
The Jewish Federation of Greater Orange County addressed reported anti semitic graffiti found in the bathrooms of Newburgh Free Academy Main Campus in an open letter of support to the Newburgh … more
Jonathan Jacobson, surrounded by friends, colleagues and supporters, was sworn in for a third term as assemblyman for the 104th New York State Assembly District by New York State Supreme Court … more
After decades of disrepair and idleness, Weigand’s Tavern at 326 Liberty Street, has been completed and breathes a new, reconstructed life into the City of Newburgh with the hopes of becoming a … more
With the grand opening weeks away, Bivona’s Simply Pasta is ready to bring a passion for pasta back to Newburgh. Situated just steps away from Washington’s Headquarters, Bivona’s … more
The Walden Village Board has introduced and discussed a new short term rental local law for several meetings, and now they’re debating if it’s even worth the time. Short term rentals … more
The Shawangunk Town Board was asked to consider adopting a local law that would make volunteer firefighters and volunteer ambulance workers eligible for a 10 percent tax reduction on their property … more
Longtime planning board member and town councilman Rory Holmes is officially resigning from the Crawford Town Board after 13 years of service for both boards. Holmes’ announced his plans of … more
A Village of Montgomery election is coming up in March, and longtime area resident Randi Picarello has formally stated her intent to run. The executive director of the Business Council of Greater … more
Walden’s brand new Anita L. Vandermark Community Center was jam-packed this past Thursday to support the grand opening of the long-awaited building. The project, which Recreation … more
The United States Department of Labor, through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration [OSHA] have cited several warehouses under Amazon for failing to keep workers safe, exposed to … more
Orange County’s Division of Environmental Facilities and Services (EF&S) will participate in a free webinar hosted by Sustainable Warwick and “Recycle Coach” which is a free … more
Greenlight Networks (“Greenlight”), the leading fiber-to-the-home provider in New York State, announced today that it is bringing its sought-after fiber optic Internet network into the … more
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