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The New Windsor Police Department conducted Holiday Patrols in the commercial areas of town during the final three weeks of December 2021. This increased patrol initiative consisted of uniformed … more
Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson’s (D-104) bill (A2330A/S4186A) commissioning a study of the feasibility of burying all or most of the electrical, telephone, and internet transmission lines in … more
Effective January 10, 2022, Charlotte Mountain joins the City of Newburgh, assuming the role of Code Compliance Supervisor. Previously serving as the building inspector for the Village of Cold … more
The Orange County Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of their newest Chairman of the Board, Eric Maldonado, of Montgomery. Maldonado has been in the role of Vice Chair for two … more
The board of directors at Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress today announced the appointment of Adam Bosch to be the organization’s next president and chief executive officer. Bosch, a lifelong … more
COVID-19 cases have surged in Orange County. The reported figures were recorded and updated on January 5 at 4 p.m. from the county. The Orange County Department of Health has reported 82,989 … more
In 2019, “Orange County Think Differently” (OCTD) was launched with the intent to include individuals, businesses, organizations, and communities to improve how we relate to our neighbors … more
On January 6, at approximately 3:19 p.m. City of Newburgh Police Officer Ambrosetti and New York State Trooper Richichi, while working the Precision Policing Initative, effected a Vehicle and Traffic … more
On January 7, at approximately 12:05 a.m, the City of Newburgh Police Department received a ShotSpotter notification for the area of Overlook Place and South Lander Street. ShotSpotter was indicating … more
The Christmas season brought special gifts of cheer, and treasured traditions of community spirit, to Meals on Wheels of Greater Newburgh. For decades, The Community Garden Club of Orange and … more
Early morning freezing rain led to slippery conditions and multiple accidents on Wednesday, Jan. 5. One accident was at Old South Plank Road and South  Plank Road. One subject was … more
Orange Lake Firefighters  responded to a chimney fire at Kings Hill Road on January 5. Orange Lake firefighters used hand lines and ground ladders, Coldenham FD responded to the … more
On Sunday, January 2, community members gathered outside of the Newburgh Heritage Center at 123 Grand Street for the Inauguration ceremony of Orange County Legislator Kevindaryán Luján. … more
The Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) along with the Department of Public Works (DPW) of Newburgh are co-sponsoring a “Recycle Your Christmas Tree” event. The CAC is encouraging … more
The City of Newburgh Council Work Sessions and Regular Council Meetings will be conducted in a hybrid format to allow members of the public to attend in-person or virtually. All meetings will … more
The Town of New Windsor’s Ethics Board will look to approve a new Ethics Board Disclosure Form on Wednesday, January 5 at the Town Board meeting. Town Attorney David Zagon noted to the town … more
The new year began the way the old year ended in the City of Newburgh, with shootings both on New Years’s Eve and on New year’s Day. On December 31, at approximately 11:47 pm the … more
The Newburgh Town Board approved the resolution to amend water rates at their Dec. 27, 2021 workshop meeting. All of these rate changes were discussed during the November 3, 2021 special town … more
Town of Gardiner residents are sharpening up the blades on their ice skates as they anticipate the debut of a new ice rink at the George Majestic Memorial Park. More than 10,500 gallons of water … more
Effective January 1, Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall (MSLC) has named Daniel J. Maughan, RN, FNP-c to lead as its President and Chief Executive Officer. Maughan has been MSLC’s President … more
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