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City of Newburgh Police have arrested Eric McCollum, a 28-year-old Newburgh resident, in connection with the recent homicide that occurred near the 411 Lounge on Broadway within the City of Newburgh … more
Though the Newburgh Illuminated Festival has been cancelled, the city's east end will still host , multi-site series of block parties and cultural experiences this weekend. “June 3 rd in … more
Imagine being a tenant in the City of Newburgh and one day discovering that the home you rent has been sold. You can no longer pay the rent because you don’t know who your new landlord is, or … more
City of Newburgh residents and guests will have the opportunity to see the newly restored United Methodist Church during RUPCO’s Embrace Support Gather Community event on Thursday, June 1. The … more
A celebrated piece of Newburgh’s past is set for a grand reopening. The Avalon roller rink is set to open on Saturday, June 3 at 2 Commercial Place. City residents will be able to enjoy … more
Town of Newburgh residents celebrated and waved their American flags to various floats, vehicles and marchers in the town’s annual Memorial Day parade on Sunday, May 28. The celebration and … more
The annual City of Newburgh Memorial Day Parade was celebrated on Monday, May 29 with American flags waving, men and women in uniform marching along in formation, service vehicles with lights … more
The more than 400 graduates who participated in SUNY Orange’s 73rd Commencement ceremony on May 18 were celebrated for returning a vibrancy to the College’s two campuses and were … more
The Commissioners of Elections would like to inform voters that a Primary Election for enrolled members of the Democratic party in the Town of Cornwall and City of Newburgh and Republican party … more
Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties is honored to extend a special invitation to all veterans for the upcoming Veterans Celebration. This event, dedicated to honoring and recognizing the … more
The Middletown Art Group [MAG] continues its celebration of its seventh decade of being an active creative organization with the Middletown Art Group 2023 Members’ Annual Spring Exhibition. The … more
Firefighters battled a blaze Tuesday afternoon at 70 Creek Run Road in the Town of Newburgh. Good-Will Engine Company   received mutual aid assistance from City of Newburgh, Middle Hope, … more
The Town of New Windsor held their annual Memorial Day Parade on Sunday, May 21, marking the beginning of the summer season. Prior to the fun and festivities, community members and veterans gathered … more
Town of Newburgh residents attended the final public hearing of the project known as Unity Place Warehouse, last week, still bringing forth concerns about the traffic and neighborhood impacts. … more
After two years of “virtual” running, the annual Safe Harbors 5K race returned to Broadway this past Sunday, drawing more than 100 runners, and raising funds for Safe Harbors of the … more
Artist Rachel Williams will “set up shop” in Mindy Ross Gallery on Friday, May 26, from 12 to 5 p.m. During this timeslot, she will display the materials and tools she uses, and then she … more
Both the Town of Newburgh and the County of Orange have filed lawsuits in an attempt to prevent the lodging of asylum seekers. Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus on Friday filed two … more
Newly formed Tabby’s Tails seeks the support of the community to help bring an animal shelter to the City of Newburgh. With no active location in the city to send homeless and abandoned animals … more
New Windsor parents Steven and Courtney Zurlnick, parents of ten-year-old Christopher “CJ”, eight-year-old Ella, and three-year-old Jack, know having an army of support around you in … more
In honor of National Police Week 2023, members of the New Windsor Police Department leadership which included New Windsor Police Chief Dan Valeri along with Lieutenant Matt Monahan, Sergeant Hannah … more
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