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  • The Curious Savage at St. George’s Read more >

    The Curious Savage at St. George’s

    St. George’s Episcopal Church is presenting “ The Curious Savage”, a comedy by John Patrick on Saturday, October 21 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, October 22 at 3 p.m. at the church located at 105 Grand Street, Newburgh.

  • Walden moves closer to eliminating fluoride Read more >

    Walden moves closer to eliminating fluoride

    The Walden Village Board took another step towards eliminating fluoride from the municipality’s water supply last week, but there are still numerous additional requirements the village must fulfill before the program could be ended. In recent weeks, the board received expert written testimony from a number of health care professionals on both sides of the […]

  • Rental registry letter reaps confusion Read more >

    Rental registry letter reaps confusion

    City of Newburgh property owners were surprised to get a letter in the mail this month asking for information about their homes and buildings. The letter was part of an effort to fully catalogue the city’s rental properties and ramp up code enforcement.

  • Grant boosts Highland Landing Park Read more >

    Grant boosts Highland Landing Park

    Recently the Town of Lloyd and the Highland Landing Park Association thanked NYS Assemblyman Frank Skartados for his assistance in securing $375,000 that will be used to bring water and sewer infrastructure down to the Highland Landing Park.

  • Bushmen batter Kingston, 28-7

    In the second quarter Saturday in Kingston, Pine Bush put a pass run on Chapman Parker, and when the quarterback unloaded his pass, Jaycee Miller, a big defensive lineman staying back, found the ball coming to him.

  • What’s so rare as a tie in swimming?

    Newburgh’s girls’ swimming team incurred its only loss Sept. 19 at Monroe-Woodbury, but since then, the Lady Goldbacks have followed a stranger path than necessary to improve to 6-1-1.

  • Marlboro win sets up battle of unbeaten teams

    For most high school football programs, notching a 56-6 win over a division rival in a storybook homecoming game would be the highlight of any season. But for Marlboro their victory over Red Hook last Friday evening at Dennis Burkett Field might just be the appetizer before this weekend’s main course.

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