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At 3:04 p.m.on August 1, the City of Newburgh Fire Department received a report of a structure fire at 96 Overlook Place. Responding apparatus could see a large column of smoke coming from the area … more
Local grassroots organization, For The Many [FTM], previously known as Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson, hosted a press conference in the City of Newburgh on Thursday, July 21 to announce a new housing … more
Father William Damroth, former pastor of St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta Parish in the City of Newburgh, is currently under investigation for possible financial irregularities during his tenure. … more
After four years of service as Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh, Matthew Arbolino will be stepping down and his final day will be July 31. Originally from the Town … more
The City of Newburgh, Town of New Windsor and Town of Newburgh welcomes and invites all residents and visitors alike to their respective National Night Out celebrations that are set to take place on … more
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) voted to pass H.R. 8294, a package of six appropriations bills that include over $21 million for community projects in the Hudson Valley. These local wins, announced … more
Health Commissioner Dr. Irina Gelman today announced that Orange County’s first case of monkeypox (orthopoxvirus) has officially been identified. Monkeypox is a viral infection that is … more
City residents, supporters, friends and other creative minds gathered at the Dutch Reformed Church to witness and celebrate Forcefield, a new large scale art installation created and designed by … more
Increase in traffic, residential safety, and site drainage were brought forward during discussions on the proposed development project known as Overlook Farms along 9W. The proposed development … more
City of Newburgh residents and families, affected by the Urban Renewal process, will now have the opportunity to share their own stories and testimonies through a newly approved multimedia report … more
Increase in traffic, neighborhood safety, site construction and loss of town character were brought forward during discussions on the proposed Monarch Woods Senior Housing project in the Town of … more
Ice cream, gelato, shakes and sorbets in a variety of flavors are all available at the City of Newburgh’s newest waterfront ice cream shop, Midnight Ferry, located at 12 Front St. The new … more
Through construction scaffolding, building materials and tool bags, stands the prized and beloved oak frame of the organ of Calvary Presbyterian Church in the City of Newburgh which has started to … more
Newburgh City Council members expressed frustration with Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corp. who appeared at the city work session Thursday, July 7 to provide an update on their gas main … more
New electronic parking meters installed along the Newburgh Waterfront, Liberty Street, Grand Street and Broadway corridor look to bring in additional revenue for the City of Newburgh. Several … more
Newburgh City Council members listened and received comments from the public, mainly from city firefighters and additional residents in reaction to the tragic fire that took place last month on … more
In preparation for the anticipated fireworks display along the waterfront in the evening, City of Newburgh residents enjoyed local food and flavor from noon till 11 p.m. at the first annual Food … more
Amal Ishak, owner, of Cream Boutique on Liberty Street, was in Arizona several weeks ago when she first learned of a devastating fire on Lander Street that killed one, injured another and displaced a … more
After seven years of dedicated service to the City of Newburgh, Father William Damroth bid farewell to the parish of St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta to begin his new life as pastor of Immaculate … more
Keep It Moving, Hacienda Skate Shop and Keaton’s Kids joined together recently to celebrate the first Great Skate Giveaway in the City of Newburgh. 100 brand new and completely built … more
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