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Newburgh residents Donald Fryar and Sadie Tallie helped relaunch Newburgh Enlarged City School District’s earliest Black History Month programming in 2005, which originally dated back to the … more
Democrat Kevindaryán Luján, who has served one term as Orange County Legislature for Newburgh, District Four since 2017, announced he is running for re-election. Luján plans to … more
Almost eight years later, family members of one of the victims of the City of Newburgh’s 2013 triple homicide case are still pleading for the community to come forward and for their loved one … more
Newburgh resident Hasina Grice decided to make the jump in 2014 and go to the Culinary Institute of America to chase her dreams. After graduating and obtaining her LLC for Perfect Sweets in 2016, the … more
The Town of Gardiner residents were invited to a public meeting Saturday afternoon to learn more about their participation in the community-wide community choice aggregation program. The Feb. 20 … more
The national Honor Flight Board of Directors has recently decided to suspend all flights for all Honor Flight hubs nationwide through June 30, 2021. Hudson Valley Honor Flight (HVHF) is a 501c3 … more
The City of Newburgh Police Department confirmed the identity of the deceased 7-year-old Newburgh boy as Peter Caucaus. Newburgh Police Department Lieutenant Kevin Lehar said they are continuing to … more
Early Feburary’s snow storm – the first big snow storm in some time – caused a number of illegal parking instances across the City of Newburgh. On Sunday, January 31 at 6 p.m. the … more
Just before the first eviction moratorium was scheduled to expire, Governor Andrew Cuomo placed an additional COVID-related residential eviction moratorium for some of 2021. The legislation prevents … more
The City of Newburgh City Council appointed lifelong Newburgh resident Joanne Matthews Forbes as the new full-time City Court Judge, following former Newburgh City Court Judge E. Loren Williams … more
Mary Lou Carolan is the Newburgh Free Library’s new director, which comes after the retirement of Chuck Thomas from the position. Carolan brings her unique background of non-profit management … more
Join members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for an evening of chamber music Feb. 21, the sixth in the ALIVEmusica series of livestreamed concerts. The performance, from the Howland Cultural … more
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, SUNY Orange has shuttered its galleries since mid-March 2020. Consequently, in-person shows have been out-of-the-question. Not to be dismayed, the North East … more
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) personally delivered thousands of Valentine’s Day cards to Hudson Valley veterans at the Castle Point VA Medical Center in Wappingers Falls and the VFW Hall in … more
This past week, the federal government announced that one million vaccine doses would go to 6,500 retail pharmacies. Jeffrey D. Zients, the White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator, said the program … more
With Orange County Legislator James Kulisek not running for another term, Newburgh Democratic residents Genesis Ramos and Roger Ramjug have announced they are running for district six. Who is … 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
The Town of Newburgh was named one of the safest small communities in America, coming in at 146th in the nation according to personal finance website MoneyGeek. “This indicates the Town of … more
On Wednesday, February 3, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that 35 additional community-based pop-up vaccination sites across the state are coming online, some the same day as the announcement. One of … more
City of Newburgh Councilman Anthony Grice announced his candidacy for Orange County Clerk on the first of the month. If elected, he would be the first African American holding the position since its … more
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