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With the state of the world, some families can use a little Christmas cheer during the holiday season. Harvel Brown, 31, of Newburgh saw the need in his beloved hometown and decided to help those … more
The City of Newburgh Human Rights Commission celebrated several Human Rights Heroes on Saturday, December 10. The history of the nationally and globally recognized Human Rights Day began with … more
Longtime City of Newburgh resident and Newburgh Track and Field Coach Malcolm Burks, joined by his wife Felicia Hodges-Burks, family, friends, mentors, community members and current and former … more
The Home Depot located at the Newburgh Plaza was evacuated on the morning of Tuesday, December 6 after local authorities were alerted to a falsely reported bomb threat. “At approximately … more
Orange County Supreme Court Justice Sandra Sciortino ruled the City of Newburgh’s ‘Good Cause Eviction’ Law as null and void on Wednesday, November 29. Local housing advocacy groups … more
City of Newburgh Marshal Russell C. Bevier was recognized by the City Council and members of the greater public for 51 years of dedicated service as a city auxiliary police officer on Monday, … more
The Town of Newburgh Planning Board has declared itself lead agency for the project identified as the Matrix I-84 Distribution Center during their regular meeting on December 1. Langan Engineering … more
City of Newburgh Police Commissioner José Gomérez announced during a brief press conference on Tuesday, November 22 the arrest of Lamont Williams for the death of 29-year-old city … more
The Newburgh City Council unanimously approved the resolution on Monday, November 28 for the city manager to execute a design services agreement with Studio HIP Landscape Architecture, PLLC and PUSH … more
As the holiday season continues to draw closer and closer, the Liberty Street corridor and greater City of Newburgh welcomed local and visiting customers to browse stores, eat local food and shop … more
On the morning of Friday, November 18, residents and community members made their way to the Newburgh Armory Unity Center on South William Street to partake in the St. Mary’s Outreach November … more
A ballot counting lawsuit filed by New York Senate Candidate Dorey Houle against the New York State Board of Elections, the Orange County Board of Elections and 42nd Senate District Candidate James … more
Members of the community, community leaders, elected officials and friends joined the staff and team of Healthfirst last week to celebrate the organization’s grand opening of their new Orange … more
Leptondale Bible Church congregation members and neighbors joined together on Saturday, November 12 for the third annual Thanksgiving Meal Celebration and enjoyed home cooked turkey, stuffing, corn, … more
On Tuesday, November 8, Town of Newburgh Police responded to a residence on Babes Lane, in the Town of Newburgh, for the report of a house fire. Police arrived to find one of the five occupants … more
Foster Supply Hospitality, LLC [FSH] has closed on a purchase deal of three buildings, the former Masonic Temple, YMCA and American Legion on Grand Street with the City of Newburgh. FSH seeks the … more
After all the meals prepared and various customers served over the past several years on Liberty Street, Liberty Street Bistro will serve its last dinner service on November 19. The closure was made … more
Grow Newburgh, a local plant shop in the City of Newburgh, celebrated its official grand opening on Friday, November 11. Grow founders and owners Jaclyn and Ernest Ramos were joined by their … more
Members and volunteers of Scenic Hudson welcomed residents of the City of Newburgh and Town of New Windsor to participate in activities, offer feedback and suggest design concepts during a series of … more
Join Mount Saint Mary College for its 13th Annual Leadership Gala Reception, celebrating two pillars of the local community, on Friday, December 2. Mount alumnus Lou Bach ’82, president of … more
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