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City of Newburgh Police responded to three shots-fired incidents on Friday, between 9:30 aand 11 p.m. Officers initially responded to the area of Clark Street and W. Parmenter St for a Shotspotter … more
A COVID-19 cluster has been reported at Sapphire Nursing Home. “Sapphire has had 12 resident positives and 3 employee positives, with one resident death in the last two weeks.” This … more
After being an online store for just a little more than a year, Attallah Drip boutique has found a new home at 184 Broadway in the City of Newburgh. Kenyatta Shabaaz, 20, sole owner of Attallah Drip, … more
Senator James Skoufis joined City of Newburgh officials to announce $200,000 in state budget funding that will offset lost revenue from the tax-exempt SUNY Orange campus. The announcement comes in … more
“We’re going to build this organization from the ground up. I’m excited by this potential,” Mayor Torrance Harvey said. “We’re just organizing right now. We got to … more
JMC Planning Engineering Landscape Architecture & Land Surveying, PLLC presented to the Town Newburgh Planning Board a proposed 290,000 square foot single warehouse building located on the east … more
“This is a call to action to all stakeholders including parents, school officials, elected officials, churches, not profits to come together in a collective effort in reaching our troubled … more
On November 17th, 2at 3:31pm City of Newburgh Police received a ShotSpotter notification for the area of William Street and Carson Avenue. As officers were responding the area they were directed to … more
Several large cities and municipalities have e-bike rideshare programs, most notably, Citi Bike, known for their blue bikes. These bikes serve as an alternative means of transportation for commuters … more
As the sun shone through the clouds on Veterans Day, guests from around the Newburgh area gathered around the Robinson Mausoleum to take part in the rededication ceremony in Newburgh Old Town … more
On a brisk Tuesday evening, Cronomer Valley Fire Department tankers and engines with sirens blasting and lights flashing, made their way to the home of longtime resident and fire company member … more
After 86 years of business, Sally’s Fish Market has served its last flounder. The store officially closed on Saturday, November 7. “The last day, it was tearful,” owner … more
The City of Newburgh Conservation Advisory Council (CAC), Outdoor Promise, and Greater Newburgh Parks Conservancy hosted on a fall, sunny-filled day, Saturday, in Tyrone Crabb Memorial Park the … more
With absentee ballots still to be counted, Incumbent George Meyers is clinging to the New Windsor Supervisor’s seat by a margin of 11 votes. The unofficial vote tally gives Incumbent Meyers … more
With the 2022 Town of Newburgh budget, the continued focus for Town Supervisor Gil Piaquadio is to “maintain essential services to the residents of the Town of Newburgh without a drastic … more
The Newburgh Urban Farm and Food Initiative (NUFFI) welcomed around 50 guests to their Grow With Us/High Tunnel Hello on Sunday, November 7. Board members of NUFFI, members of the State University … more
As the American flag blew softly in the wind, a PepsiCo rig, guided by a police escort and the Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club, made its way down 1 Pepsi Way to the crowd of people waiting for its … more
Senator James Skoufis (D-Hudson Valley) joined the New York State Division of Military & Naval Affairs (DMNA) and members of the Civil Service Employees Association to announce the signing of his … more
Unofficial results gave New Windsor Supervisor George Meyers a slim victory in Tuesday’s  general election.  Meyers held a lead by a margin of 11-votes over challenger Stephen A. … more
Saturday, October 30, 2021 marks the five year anniversary of the passing of 18 year-old Omani Free and 20 year-old Tabitha Cruz. Both of the girls were from the City of Newburgh. At the corner … more
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