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Newburgh Enlarged City School District educators, teaching assistants and supporters marched to the Newburgh Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, September 12 seeking a new contract. The march … more
Newburgh teacher Richard Desiderio was suspended with pay by the Newburgh Enlarged City School District on Tuesday, September 12 following a 7-1 vote. In addition to the suspension, Desiderio has … more
The Newburgh Free Library welcomes Ben Gocker as its newest executive director following the departure of previous executive director Mary Lou Carolan. Gocker, who first joined the library staff in … more
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has named Jonathan “Jack” Pelzar of the Town of Newburgh as September’s Citizen of the Month. Pelzar, 15, was recognized for recently … more
The City of Newburgh will celebrate the installation of a historical marker recognizing the location, journey and importance of the Colored Burial Ground. The ceremony will be held at the City of … more
Students of South Middle School in the City of Newburgh celebrated ten new trees planted in front of their building as part of the ongoing efforts of the Greater Newburgh Parks Conservancy (GNPC) and … more
Newly-published author and Town of Newburgh native Gina Moffa, LCSW will be hosting a signing for her book Moving On Doesn’t Mean Letting Go: A Modern Guide to Navigating Loss. The signing … more
Town of Newburgh Police and other emergency responders are searching for. missing child in the Wells Rd / Brewer Rd and surrounding area. Police will be assisted by Fire Departments, Rangers, … more
City of Newburgh Police were at St. Luke’s Hospital for a separate incident when they located a 37-year-old male outside of the emergency room entrance with a stab wound. Officers immediately … more
The City of Newburgh and RUPCO celebrated the completion of the East End II project on Wednesday, September 6 with a ceremonial ribbon cutting ceremony surrounded by supporters, community partners … more
Golden shovels placed into the dirt marked the groundbreaking of the Delano-Hitch Aquatic Center on Wednesday, September 6. The aquatic center will see final completion in the summer of 2025. … more
The Town of New Windsor remembered the many first responders, firefighters, police officers and all those innocent lives lost in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. A memorial service was … more
  Police are investigating a bank robbery on Route 9W in the Town of Newburgh that occurred in the early afternoon on Saturday. Town and State Police scoured the scene for evidence as a … more
Local and regional elected officials and faith leaders gathered in the City of Newburgh on Thursday, August 31 to express solidarity in the face of recent racism and antisemitism. Posters with … more
The Newburgh Board of Education voted 8-1 last week to execute an agreement with Yondr, Inc for the 2023-2024 school year for new phone usage deterrent pouches with additional accessories. Yondr … more
Newburgh Free Academy Main Campus will serve in the 2023-2024 school year as the new home for the NFA Mid-Town program, previously housed in the former Sacred Heart School on Robinson Avenue. Forty … more
Shablee Mays of Newburgh welcomes city residents and community members on Saturday, September 9 for an afternoon of home cooked food, donated items to help support one another and overall community … more
The summer season in the City of Newburgh came to a close with the annual celebration of the International Festival during the Labor Day weekend with rides, food and good family fun. The … more
After several previous meetings with public comment and commentary, the Newburgh Zoning Board of Appeals voted 4-3 on Tuesday, August 22 to not grant the proposed project known as Legacy House their … more
Governor Kathy Hochul in a letter to President Joseph Biden has called upon more support for the asylum seekers from the federal government. In the Town of Newburgh, meanwhile, asylum seekers … more
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