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SUNY Orange nursing students have been volunteering at Hudson Valley hospitals to assist in the dispensing of available COVID-19 vaccines, lending their skills in support of their community while at … more
Susan LaRocco, dean of Mount Saint Mary College’s School of Nursing, recently presented a live webinar for the American Nurses Association Early Career Series titled “How to Ace Difficult … more
Newburgh firefighters responded to garage fire on Warden Circle on February 13. Newburgh Command requested a second alarm be transmitted. Heavy black smoke and flames seen in garage area spread to a … more
The City of Newburgh has announced the hiring of Francis “F. J.” Spinelli as Chief of the Fire Department. Spinelli comes to Newburgh after completing a 28 year career with the … more
Newburgh firefighters and police responded to a rollover two vehicle accident at Robinson Ave and Ann Street on February 14. Police reported a person inside taxi was … more
Kate Burmon, assistant professor of Criminology at Mount Saint Mary College, will kick off this semester’s Investigating Research on Campus (iROC) series with “Archaeology, Annihilation, … more
Safe Harbors celebrates Black History Month with two special events that come together for a virtual celebration on February 28.The first is the Motown Tik Tok challenge. Create a Tie Tok to the … more
Shortly after 8:30 a.m. Wedenesday, the City of Newburgh Police Department were notified by Montefiore St. Luke’s Hospital in Newburgh that a 7 year old boy arrived at the hospital in a private … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson (D-104) has written to Division of Criminal Justice Services Executive Deputy Commissioner Michael C. Green, requesting the agency move four registered sex offenders … more
The Newburgh City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to double the fee for illegal dumping in the city. The minimum fee went from $500 to $1,000. The maximum fee is now $7,500. The … more
The City of Newburgh is entering a contract with Hudson Valley Engineering Associates for Construction Inspection for the bridge replacement project along Route 32 on Lake Street. Currently, … more
The Newburgh City Council is exploring a community choice aggregation energy program, which would allow residents to have the best price for energy in the city with Central Hudson still owning the … more
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office Police Reform and Reinvention Advisory Panel will take public comments on its draft plan at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, February 10. The public is welcome to … more
In preparation for the forecasted inclement weather, A Snow Emergency has been declared in the City of Newburgh effective Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. Snow Emergency parking regulations … more
The American Heart Association, the leading global volunteer organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke, is calling on women to spread awareness on National Wear Red Day, February 5, … more
On Jan 29 at 10:38 p.m., Newburgh Police report that officers were dispatched to the area of 165 Chambers St for a naked male running down the street. Officers arrived on scene and observed a male … more
The Hudson Valley Animal Shelter Fund, a component fund of the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan, is now accepting applications for its 2021 grants. Organizations in Orange, Dutchess, … more
On Jan 29 at 10:38 p.m., Newburgh Police report that officers were dispatched to the area of 165 Chambers St for a naked male running down the street. Officers arrived on scene and observed a male … more
Meals on Wheels of Greater Newburgh (MOW) has been chosen by Stop & Shop, Rt. 300, Newburgh, to be the beneficiary of its Community Bags Program for the entire month of February.For every … more
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