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After the classic movie, there was the radio version. Theatre on the Road will be presenting “Sunset Boulevard” live, and safely, on Bannerman Island. Five actors playing nine roles will … more
The Cronomer Valley Fire Department held their annual Awards Dinner at their firehouse on July 17th. Members and guests enjoyed  sitting and chatting outdoors under the tent. Resident Jeff … more
A four-year-old child who was in vehicle that was involved in a two-car crash on Route 32 in the Town of Cornwall on July 17 has died. State Police said Journey Dorch of the Town of Woodbury … more
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18), Tuesday announced his office has helped Hudson Valley residents recover over $40 million in taxpayer dollars since taking office in 2013. “This is a big … more
Assemblyman Colin J. Schmitt (R,C-New Windsor) at a press conference Monday announced he is introducing legislation in the State Assembly to ban critical race theory and its concepts from being … more
Coldenham Firefighters responded to a reported vehicle fire on Interstate 84 eastbound in the area of 30 mile marker on July 18. New York State Police were at the scene. Firefighters used one line to … more
Ferry service between the Newburgh Waterfront and the Metro North Train Station in Beacon, is set to resume on August 30. The service was suspended in the spring of 2020, at the outset of the … more
A city of Newburgh woman was killed Saturday evening, in a two-car crash in the Town of Cornwall. On July 17, 2021 at approximately 8:30 p.m., state police from the Montgomery barracks responded … more
The Office of New York Attorney General Letitia James is hosting a community Gun Buyback in collaboration with the Newburgh Police Department on Thursday, July 22, at The Cathedral At The House (131 … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury and Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-Newburgh) will host an informational forum for tenants and landlords who have struggled financially during the COVID-19 … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) will launch his annual “Skoufis On Your Street’’ town hall series later this month, stopping in locally owned small businesses throughout his … more
The City of Newburgh is pleased to announce the appointment of attorney Anika Mohammed as City of Newburgh Court Judge effective July 12, 2021. The appointment was made by Mayor Torrance R. Harvey … more
On July 15, The New York State Police, in conjunction with the City of Newburgh Police Department, announced the arrest of Tyrone Burks, 33, of Newburgh, for Criminal Possession of Weapon 2nd Degree, … more
A city of Newburgh woman was killed Saturday evening, in a two-car crash in the Town of Cornwall. On July 17, 2021 at approximately 8:30 p.m., state police from the Montgomery barracks responded … more
The NFA Jr ROTC held their awards ceremony at Algonquin Park on Saturday June 19. Staff Sergeant Christan Granda welcomed everyone. In the audience were many Veterans Groups that came to thank … more
A law that Newburgh Town officials hope will generate a half million dollars annual in sales tax revenue, was approved by the Newburgh Town Council on Monday night. At that meeting, the board … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler and Acting City of Newburgh Police Chief, Lieutenant Kevin Lahar, announced the results of the Gun Buy-back Program that was held, with the assistance … more
On July 13, at 2:43 a.m., the New Windsor Police Department responded to a serious motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Windsor Highway (State Rt. 32) and Union Ave. (County Rt. 69). Upon … more
On Saturday, July 17, at 5 p.m.. at what is known as the “Early Cemetery,” located at 3124 9W New Windsor NY there will be an unveiling of a new Historical marker honoring four Civil War … more
Although the annual Town of Newburgh Community 4th of July celebration was canceled for the second year in a row, town officials are hoping to see fireworks about the town skies before the summer is … more
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