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After previous unsuccessful bids for the painting and preservation of the Desmond House on Albany Post Road, the Newburgh Town Board has moved forward and approved several local and regional … more
The Valley Central School District will be ready to open its door on the first day of school on Friday, September 2. During the Board Meeting on Monday, August 22, district officials and Bill Devine … more
With the New York International Air Show coming to Orange County Airport for the third consecutive year, the Town of Montgomery has announced road closures for this upcoming weekend. North and … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Thursday, August 18, 2022, William Ryan, age 61, of Newburgh, pled guilty in Orange County Court to Menacing in the Second Degree as … more
Town of Newburgh Police have charged four in the death of a man who apparently fell from a Town of Newburgh roof. On August 10, at approximately 9:15 p.m, officers from the Town of Newburgh … more
After several meetings and deliberation, the Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved the site plan and proposed architectural look for the new Gasland Petroleum station on Thursday, August 18. … more
Due to a water main break on Linden Drive during the morning of August 12, the Orange County Department of Health recommends that all water used by Colden Park residents should be rapidly boiled for … more
The New Windsor town board has deemed the property identified as 18 Victory Lane in town as unsafe and the town will be sending out a request for proposal [RFP] to tear it down. According to … more
Newburgh City Council approved to award Newburgh Ministries and BJH Advisors LLC separate $50,000 grants for the construction of micro-units for low income individuals. Councilwoman Patty Sofokles … more
Newburgh City Council approved the construction and delivery of a 105 foot ladder truck in the amount of $1,249,000.00 for the City of Newburgh Fire Department. According to Fire Chief Francis … more
The Newburgh City Council approved the execution of an asbestos and lead abatement plan for the Dutch Reformed Church [DRC] that will be conducted by Quality Environmental Solutions & … more
The Newburgh City Council approved to set a public hearing for the redevelopment of 140 and 146 Montgomery St. and 137 Smith St. which will be conducted by Kearney Realty & Development Group. … more
On August 8, at about 9:07 a.m., a deceased 55-year-old female was located behind a building in the area of William Street and Carson Avenue. Officers responded and processed the scene. Upon … more
Newburgh City Council approved the authorization to apply and accept, if awarded, two $10 million grants and approved a bond resolution for the financing of the Floatables Control and Disinfection … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board approved the amended site plan for Newburgh Commerce Center and waived a public hearing on this project during their regular meeting on Thursday, August 4. This … more
Britain Woods, a newly proposed 258 multi-family unit development along Little Britain Road, appeared before the Town of Newburgh Planning Board on Thursday, August 4. According to Ross … more
New Windsor Town Board approved the authorization of a utility work agreement between New Windsor, the City of Newburgh and New York State Department of Transportation [NYSDOT] that will see a new … more
The City of Newburgh has announced the upgrade and expansion of municipal parking meters and the launch of its first mobile payment option for parking powered by Passport, a leading transportation … more
New Windsor Town Board is looking to crack down on the problem of illegal dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles that have appeared frequently in the town. Supervisor George Meyers presented the … more
Precision Pipeline Solutions completed maintenance and repair work in front of the former gas station at 842 Broadway that is looking to be remediated in the coming months. Ward 3 Councilman Bob … more
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