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The New York State Laborers Union Local 17 partnered with the New York State Laborer’s Health and Safety Trust Fund to give away pajamas, pillows, school supplies and toys to children in need … more
Members of the Vails Gate Fire Department and New Windsor Police Benevolent Association held a food drive for the needy people of the community. Vehicles would pull up and fire department and police … more
When Saint Mary’s Giving Day was canceled for September and October, director Marietta Allen went out to the public to ask for help to find a new location, and the Newburgh Armory Unity Center … more
Kimley Horn, a planning and design engineering firm, completed a parking study in the City of Newburgh that might lead to stricter enforcement, more meters and for longer hours, if the City decides … more
Stewart Airport, which is run by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), has seen a hit in its airline travel, along with many other airports across the country and globe. During … more
Orange County Clerk Annie Rabbitt announced on Tuesday, November 17 that she will not seek a third four-year term in 2021. “My career in public service has been the experience of a … more
This Thanksgiving, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and advisory guidelines urging families to limit the size of gatherings, many may find themselves tasked with cooking a turkey and all its fixings for … more
On Saturday, November 14th, active members of the Junior League of Orange County (JLOC), along with provisional members and friends, volunteered at the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley. Volunteers … more
Planning a family Thansgiving and worried about what might happen if it should exceed the 10-person limit mandated by Governor Cuomo? Chances are, nothing will happen, according to the New York State … more
he New York State Bridge Authority (NYSBA) has announced the start of new traffic patterns at the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge effective Saturday, November 21. The new patterns are being implemented to … more
The State of New York has designated the City of Newburgh and New Windsor as Yellow COVID hot zones. The cluster also includes portions of the Town of Newburgh. Middletown and Highland Falls are also on the list. more
The sculpture of a phoenix that had adorned Mount Saint Mary College’s former Curtin Memorial Library was reborn on Thursday, November 5, taking its place at the Kaplan Family Library and … more
The Newburgh Fire Department has exceeded its appropriations for overtime pay for each quarter this year, calling for increased budget concerns that Mayor Torrance Harvey described as an … more
During the November 9 Council Meeting, the council was informed that the Right to Know Act, General Order No. 0-40, is being implemented in the City of Newburgh by the end of the month. City … more
On November 30, the City of Newburgh’s water supply will be switched off of the Catskill Aqueduct and onto New Windsor’s Browns Pond for an estimate of ten weeks. Superintendent of the … more
American Legion Post 1420 Town of Newburgh held their Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11 at Newburgh Town Hall. Guest Speaker Richie Lay spoke about readjustment to civilian life for many returning … more
Shelli Scott, a designer who has done runway shows and photoshoots for popular name brands like J.Crew, Target and Macy’s, is now opening her first brick and mortar store in Newburgh. Scott … more
As numbers inch back to what they were back in May in New York, some are saying the second wave of COVID-19 is here, something that was expected for the colder months. Orange County has been … more
In conjunction with the State University of New York’s “64 Changes on 64 Campuses” initiative to reaffirm SUNY’s system-wide commitment to diversity, SUNY Orange announces its … more
Orange County Health Commissioner Dr. Irina Gelman is reminding residents to take precautions to stay safe during Thanksgiving and the holiday season, as the community continues to navigate through … more
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