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On October 27, at about 10:05 P.M., City of Newburgh Police Officers received multiple calls for shots fired inside a residence in the area of City Terrace and Van Ness Street. Upon arrival, … more
The Newburgh City Council approved a resolution to implement a City-wide curfew for minors 16 years of age and under on October 30 and 31 from 9:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. The curfew will be … more
The investigation of Plattekill Police Chief Joseph Ryan’s accident in his patrol car in New Jersey on September 1 continues to drag on with no end in sight. There has been no update on the … more
A recent story in the Southern Ulster Times revealed that for years the town’s water and sewer Committee failed to keep and submit meeting minutes to the town, even though every committee is … more
October is always the perfect month to schedule a Walk to End Alzheimer’s and although this year the weather was a bit cooler and fog floated in the air, people still came out to the Walkway … more
Marlboro Superintendent Michael Rydell said that last week was School Board Recognition Week in New York State. He said each of the board members, “have received a small token of our … more
The Marlboro High School Drama Club will be presenting their fall shows in the auditorium from November 3 through November 5. Curtain time is 7pm and tickets are $12 for adults and $9 for … more
Saturday’s Trunk or Treat drew more than 500 people to the Thomas Felten Memorial Park for some Halloween fun. more
Calvary Presbyterian Church and the Newburgh Fire Department welcomed community residents and supporters on Saturday, October 22 to their Fire Prevention and Safety Fair to celebrate the church and … more
With the preliminary budget, New Windsor Town Supervisor George Meyers is satisfied with the current fiscal state of the town going forward into 2023. “We stayed under the tax cap again and … more
Mount Saint Mary College’s Center for Adolescent Research and Development (CARD) presented “The Butterfly Effect: Inspiring the Empathetic Leaders of Tomorrow” with guest speaker … more
The Newburgh Town Board approved and adopted the Town and Special Districts Budgets for the 2023 Fiscal Year during their regular workshop meeting on Monday, October 24. The adopted budget amount of … more
The Town of Newburgh and Town of Newburgh Emergency Medical Services [TONEMS] hosted their annual Trunk or Treat celebrations last Friday and welcomed many Newburgh families in costume who came to … more
Village of Walden residents are eager to know if they are getting an ambulance service like neighboring villages as 2022 is coming to a close. On Tuesday, October 18, the Village of Walden Board … more
Plans to build a new warehouse for the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley in Montgomery are moving along, with the not-for-profit receiving a go-ahead last week from the Montgomery Village Board. The … more
Town of Shawangunk officials have always been proud of the fact that they haven’t exceeded the 2.0 percent tax cap since it was mandated by New York State in 2012. But when a public hearing … more
If you’re looking for a spooky haunted house experience this Halloween season, look no further than the second annual Crop Circle held at the Pine Bush UFO & Paranormal Museum. The Crop … more
The Town of Montgomery and Village of Montgomery could possibly be in the works to share a brand new wastewater treatment plant. Due to capacity issues, Montgomery is a few years away from … more
The Walden Recreation Department hosted its third annual Trunk or Treat and Halloween Parade Saturday at Bradley Park. WinnersMost Original:1. Lucas Barbera - Flashlight2. Hudson Jardon - NBC … more
The Lazy River Resort took it on the chin from town officials and the public again at the Gardiner Town Board meeting on October 11. Yogi Bear Jellystone Park’s request for a number of … more
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