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Shots fired on NFA campus

On Friday, September 30 at 9:35 p.m., City of Newburgh Police  reported shots fired following a dispute in the north parking area at Newburgh Free Academy. Approximately 2,000 spectators were in …

Newburgh celebrates fiscal health

City Manager Todd Venning announced the City of Newburgh has been issued a fiscal stress score of “0” from the Office of the State Comptroller for the third consecutive year. This key …

Armory honors William Kaplan

The legacy of William Kaplan will forever be remembered and recognized in the City of Newburgh with a newly dedicated Legacy Wall that was revealed at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center on Thursday, …

Rally supports Good Cause Eviction Law

For The Many [FTM] organizers and supporters gathered in front of Newburgh City Hall on Tuesday, September 26, to discuss the appeal made by landlords and other development groups on the Good Cause …

Workshop ponders future of Quassaick Creek

Members of the public gathered at the Newburgh Free Library on Monday, October 3 to discuss and delegate with members of Scenic Hudson, the Quassaick Creek Greenway Steering Committee and additional …

Orange County hosts Clothesline Project

Orange County and Fearless! Hudson Valley, Inc. recognized Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) by hosting the Clothesline Project at the County’s Government Center on Monday, October …

Town of Newburgh Police phone lines are back in service

The Town of Newburgh Police telephone lines are currently operational as of Monday night, after being out of service for more than 24 hours

Advocacy group seeks more input into use of rescue plan funds

More than a dozen Community Voices Heard [CVH] Newburgh members appeared before Newburgh City Council on Monday, September 26 to voice their concerns on the housing crisis, to seek youth programs for …
Other News
The Newburgh Town Board unanimously approved a proposed stipulation and resolution presented by Hudson Valley Hotel and Conference Center owner Asif Javaid and attorney Michael Sussman on the future …
The New Windsor Town Board opened the discussion up during their regular work session on the possibility of having pickleball courts brought into the town. Councilman Stephen Bedetti has been working …
On September 30, a Ribbon Cutting event was held for the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. This event was held in recognition of the completion of the renovation of the West Span of the Newburgh Beacon Bridge …
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Monday, October 3, 2022, Ricardo Mendoza, 28, of Newburgh, was sentenced in Orange County Court to nine to eleven years in state …
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Setroc Group, a veteran owned public relations and multicultural marketing agency, appeared before the Newburgh City Council as a potential candidate for the city to partner with to help with …
Residents of the City of Newburgh are invited to delegate and help in the selection process for future homes for artist designed bike racks during the Critical Mass Bike Ride on Saturday, October 1. …
Saturday, October 1 is the exact center of Hispanic Heritage Month. So, what better way to celebrate than with Latin Jazz! Come at 7:30 p.m. to the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange …
Briefs
On October 2, 2022, at approximately 9:33 a.m., State Police responded to the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge for a report of a jumper. Preliminary investigation revealed that a 23-year-old male from …
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Monday, October 3, Byron Romero, 36, of New Windsor, was sentenced to 18 years in state prison and 20 years post-release supervision …
The Newburgh Free Library posted to their Facebook page on September 29 that the town branch site in the Newburgh Mall will remain in their current location until December 31. Library Executive …
New Windsor Supervisor George Meyers brought before the town board the discussion about the possibility of looking for land for the creation of a town swimming pool facility. Meyers shared that he …