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The Newburgh Board of Education is reviewing and preparing the district budget for Fiscal Year 2024-2025 with a proposed balanced budget to be presented on April 9. However, concerns have been raised … more
Sunday, March 24 was a chilly but cloudless afternoon at Pine Bush High School in Crawford. One hundred seventy-five children, from toddlers to sixth graders, lined up along the school football … more
Local artist and musician John Newhall first picked up a guitar as a freshman in his high school band room, and from that moment, he knew he was hooked. Newhall released two singles in 2024, … more
The Clintondale Fire Department held its annual Installation Dinner at the Poughkeepsie Grand on March 16. Chief Phil Sabarese welcomed everyone to the dinner and presented a number of awards to … more
On Wednesday March 20, , Joseph O'Bryan, age 30, of Clintondale, pled guilty before Judge Bryan Rounds to Promoting a Sexual Performance of a Child less than 17 years of age. Defendant was … more
 SUNY Orange has received a nearly $1.21 million grant from the State University of New York (SUNY), in partnership with the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities … more
  After almost three months of weighty topics such as retail cannabis and protecting the ridgeline, the Monday, March 11 meeting of the Marlborough Town Board was free of controversy and … more
The holy month of Ramadan is in full swing in Newburgh at Masjid Al-Ikhlas mosque, located at 25 Washington Terrace. During the month-long celebration, the mosque welcomes its neighbors and greater … more
The Town of Montgomery’s March 11 planning board meeting marked the debut of a new project: a 46,550-square-foot self-storage facility proposed for Route 416, south of Neelytown Road, that was … more
The last Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Plattekill was done in 2003 and new updates have been under way for a few years. Supervisor Dean DePew said Phase I of work on a new Comprehensive Plan … more
The New Windsor Planning Board voted to circulate for lead agency, subject to a revised and accepted environmental assessment form, the project “Silver Stream Road Hotel Site Plan and Special … more
Nicole Hanley, a priest of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Walden and St. Francis of Assisi Chapel Montgomery, was instituted as priest-in-charge for both churches last Saturday, March 13 … more
This year, Highland High School Social Studies Chair Christina Saylor has been teaching the Civic Readiness Program. She said this new class is an academic honor that students can earn from projects … more
A newly written workbook to help middle school aged children cope and manage anxiety is nearing completion. The authors are in the process of seeking artwork from students from the Newburgh Enlarged … more
Rita Santo, a member of Montgomery’s Police Community Advisory Board, gave a presentation at at a recent town board meeting, informing the public about the committee’s goals and … more
Four proposals were the topic of the night for the Marlborough Planning Board at its March 18 meeting – including the approval of a subdivision application first submitted last August. … more
Members of Marlborough’s Planning Board got an update on last year’s proposal to build condominiums along Dock Road, near the Hudson River, and eyed a new application to construct a … more
Mount Saint Mary College will host the third annual Techstars Startup Weekend Newburgh from Friday, March 22 to Sunday, March 24. The event will be held on the Mount campus in the Hudson Hall … more
The Town of New Windsor Planning voted to circulate for lead agency the project Blooming Commons Site Plan located at 436 Blooming Grove Turnpike at their March 13 meeting. The project, … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Cornwall) joined with the Empire State Restaurant & Tavern Association and Orange County Tavern and Restaurant Association at The Golden Rail Ale House in Newburgh to … more
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