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Senator James Skoufis (D-Cornwall) will host a free document shred event on Saturday, June 25 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the parking lot next to his District Office (47 Grand Street, Newburgh). … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that Turgaud Dubuisson, 29 of Newburgh; Anthony Dubuisson, 25, of Newburgh; Robert Geter, 46, of Newburgh; Marlon Tabora, 25, of Newburgh; … more
Outspoken School Board Member Darren Stridiron led the field of candidates by a wide margin on Tuesday, winning re-election. Stridiron, who opposed the buyout of School Superintendent Roberto … more
The Newburgh City Council received an update from Nicholas Crispino, Information Systems Manager for the City of Newburgh that street camera system and camera software work is to be completed by June … more
Newburgh City Council approved the resolution at the regular meeting on Monday, May 23 authorizing the city manager to execute an agreement with Alex Healy Studios for professional photography … more
On May 13,  the City of Newburgh Police Department arrested a 17-year-old Newburgh resident pursuant to an investigation into an armed robbery that occurred on May 7, , at the Dunkin’ … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus will deliver his 2022 State of the County address at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25. The address is open to the public and will take place at the Orange … more
Area veterans and active military members were treated to a day in the park on Saturday as Orange County and its Veteran’s Service Agency hosted its annual Spring Picnic and Resource Fair at … more
In recognition of National Stroke Awareness Month, Garnet Health will host a free, virtual forum, “Act Fast: A Self-Care Forum on Stroke Prevention Signs and Symptoms” on Wednesday, May … more
Last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it is awarding $254.5 million in Brownfields Grants to 265 communities, including Newburgh. The grants are supported by … more
New York Transco has received approval from the New York Public Service Commission (PSC) to advance construction on the Rock Tavern to Sugarloaf Project (RTS), a 12-mile 115kV electric transmission … more
Newburgh City Council approved a resolution for the authorization of the city manager to enter into a license agreement with Strongroom that allows usage and access to the Dutch Reformed Church … more
Newburgh City Council approved a resolution for the deletion and addition of a new executive staff position and deletion and addition of several finance department positions. City Manager Todd … more
Newburgh City Council unanimously approved the city ordinance to amend Chapter 190, Article XIII entitled “Responsibilities of Owners and Occupants” which increases the penalties for … more
New Windsor Town Board received and filed the long term maintenance agreement between the town and Village of Kiryas Joel that will provide maintenance and protection to New Windsor water … more
New Windsor Town Board approved the authorization for the Town Clerk to advertise and collect sealed bids for work to be done on the Town Hall and New Windsor Ambulance Corps building roofs. New … more
The New York State Department of Transportation [NYSDOT] conducted and completed a study on 12 roads in the Town of New Windsor with requests from the town to reduce speed limits in the western end. … more
The New Windsor Ambulance Corps appeared before the town board during their regular meeting to be recognized for their professionalism in their response to a cardiac arrest call. Members of the … more
New Windsor Supervisor George Meyers brought forward to the New Windsor board his concerns about the increase of the New Windsor Police Department answering crisis intervention calls and complaints. … more
A newly proposed 18,000 square foot commercial building to be built was proposed to the New Windsor Planning Board on Wednesday, April 27. The proposed commercial building would be built at 617 … more
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