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Calvary Presbyterian Church and the Newburgh Fire Department welcomed community residents and supporters on Saturday, October 22 to their Fire Prevention and Safety Fair to celebrate the church and … more
With the preliminary budget, New Windsor Town Supervisor George Meyers is satisfied with the current fiscal state of the town going forward into 2023. “We stayed under the tax cap again and … more
Mount Saint Mary College’s Center for Adolescent Research and Development (CARD) presented “The Butterfly Effect: Inspiring the Empathetic Leaders of Tomorrow” with guest speaker … more
The Newburgh Town Board approved and adopted the Town and Special Districts Budgets for the 2023 Fiscal Year during their regular workshop meeting on Monday, October 24. The adopted budget amount of … more
The Town of Newburgh and Town of Newburgh Emergency Medical Services [TONEMS] hosted their annual Trunk or Treat celebrations last Friday and welcomed many Newburgh families in costume who came to … more
After more than 70 years, Sears is no longer a part of the Newburgh Community The retail chain officially closed its Newburgh Mall location on Sunday, October 16. No decisions have been announced … more
The proposed City of Newburgh 2023 budget was presented to the city council and general public on Tuesday, October 11 with new position considerations, continued decrease in tax rates and goals to … more
The San Miguel Rowing Program was honored by the NY Giants at MetLife Stadium on Sunday as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. San Miguel rowers were invited onto the field during a timeout and … more
Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson [D-Newburgh] presented a check in the amount of $217,000 to the Town of Newburgh Emergency Medical Services Inc. [TONEMS] to help in the pursuit of a new state of the … more
The site development agreement between the City of Newburgh and Kearney Realty & Development Group for the redevelopment of properties at 140 and 146 Montgomery St. and 137 Smith St passed with a … more
Newburgh City Council approved the execution of a contract with engineering firm Clark Patterson Lee [CPL] in the amount of $804,000 for professional engineering services at Delano-Hitch Park. This … more
Work to replace two broken water mains in the area of Little Britain Road was completed Thursday morning at approximately 4:30am, less than 24 hours after both mains erupting near Ellis Avenue. Crews … more
The New Windsor Town Board voted and approved during their meeting on October 5 to amend a local law to change permitted usage in the town’s residential zone to allow the entity known as … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board declared a positive declaration for the project known as Britain Woods during their regular meeting on Thursday, October 6. Britain Woods, represented by … more
Golden Krust officially welcomed customers on Thursday, October 6 to their new location at 50 Route 17K Suite 114 in the Target Plaza with hot food, cold drinks and conversation all around. An … more
A number of international, national and regional forces continue to create volatility from month to month within the energy supply markets. Natural gas prices that went into effect on October 3 … more
Senator James Skoufis joined members of several local veterans’ organizations to announce over $750,000 in new grant funding to enable much-needed upgrades to their aging facilities. Individual … more
On Friday, September 30 at 9:35 p.m., City of Newburgh Police  reported shots fired following a dispute in the north parking area at Newburgh Free Academy. Approximately 2,000 spectators were in … more
City Manager Todd Venning announced the City of Newburgh has been issued a fiscal stress score of “0” from the Office of the State Comptroller for the third consecutive year. This key … more
The legacy of William Kaplan will forever be remembered and recognized in the City of Newburgh with a newly dedicated Legacy Wall that was revealed at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center on Thursday, … more
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