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With the ongoing pandemic, volunteers in Newburgh have continued to step up to help their community in a variety of different ways, whether it be food for Thanksgiving, coats for the Winter, or the … more
Over the weekend organizers of the Newburgh Arts and Cultural Study (NACS) held its final public event, “The Summit: Knowing More,” which was a two-hour long discussion of its initial … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that on Friday, December 4, 2020, Demetrius Stewart, 34, of Newburgh, pleaded guilty before Orange County Court Judge Robert H. Freehill, to … more
The City of Newburgh’s Boat Launch and Parking Area on the Hudson River located at the end of Washington Street will be temporarily closed to the public starting on Friday, December 4, … more
New York will be getting its first 170,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in the coming weeks, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday. “If all safety and efficacy approvals are granted, we … more
The City of Newburgh unanimously passed its 2021 budget on Monday, November 23 during its council meeting. The original budget was proposed by City Manager Joseph Donat on October 13 and there were a … more
This year Small Business Saturday looked quite different than in years past due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, Newburgh’s businesses were able to get creative and encourage residents to … more
Two Newburgh residents, Melanie Collins and Michele McKeon, were honored and presented with Senator James Skoufis’ Commendation Award, which is reserved for individuals who have gone above and … more
Both the arts and nonprofit organizations, like everyone else, have had to readjust with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting them both financially and in regards to programming. Here in Newburgh, the … more
The City of Newburgh and its surrounding areas, including New Windsor, were designated as a yellow zone on November 19 due its prominent increase in positive COVID-19 cases. In response to the … more
Kantra Lounge, Newburgh’s first juice bar and hookah lounge that doubles as an event space for locals to rent out, located at 2 Liberty Street, had its grand opening on November 21. Behind … more
Tower Holdings Group held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new logistics center with local officials on Nov. 18. The group is a leading, integrated developer, construction manager, specialist … more
The New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA) reminds older New Yorkers that this year’s Medicare open enrollment period ends December 7, 2020. Medicare health and prescription drug plans … more
Join the Orange County Transportation Council and their partners at the Dutchess and Ulster County Transportation Councils on Thursday, December 10 at 6 p.m. for a virtual meeting to hear about the … more
Due to COVID-19, the Tree Lighting at Chadwick Lake Park will be virtual only. Please enjoy the live stream video of the event from the safety of your home. The event will take place on Wednesday, … more
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation advises residents to be prepared for the potential of thunderstorms and strong winds on Monday, Nov. 30. Weather forecasts predict a chance of … more
The New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA) is reminding older adults and caregivers about the importance of getting their flu vaccination as soon as possible. Flu season is already … more
The Orange County Health Department is advising residents that if they worked at or visited the Outback Steakhouse, located at 25 Crystal Run Crossing in Middletown from 5 p.m. to closing on November … more
The City of Newburgh was set to adopt its 2021 budget on Monday, November 23 during its council meeting. The council has discussed the budget from October 13 when it was proposed by City Manager … more
With the rising number of positive COVID-19 cases in the City of Newburgh and surrounding areas, the Newburgh Enlarged City School District made the call to return to completely remote learning, from … more
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