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  • Clancy bids farewell Read more >

    Clancy bids farewell

    Police stood in two lines and saluted Town of Newburgh Police Chief Michael Clancy at a chilly, walkout ceremony held on the steps of the town police department this month. The ceremony brought an end to Clancy’s more than 40-year police career.

  • Chief retires his badge Read more >

    Chief retires his badge

    Bobby Troncillito has been the Marlboro Fire Chief for more years than any others who have served in the post: 36 consecutive years as Chief – and he is in his 52nd year with the company, having joined the service at 18 right out of high school. Last week he made it official and retired […]

  • Lloyd Town Board debates salaries, starting time Read more >

    Lloyd Town Board debates salaries, starting time

    Usually town reorganization meetings go smoothly but this year, with two Democrats on the Lloyd Town Board, there were a few disagreements. Last fall Democratic Councilman Mike Guerriero was joined by another Democrat, Joe Mazzetti, bringing the board’s composition to 3 Republicans and 2 Democrats.

  • Lady Bushmen cruise past Newburgh

    Kate Cain scored more points than she had in a basketball game, including travel and AAU ball, when Pine Bush traveled to Newburgh Free Academy Wednesday, Jan. 13.

  • Newburgh swimmers take third in tri-meet

    As the postseason nears in early February, Newburgh’s boys’ swimming team got a taste during a tri-meet at home Monday, Jan. 11, with Monroe-Woodbury and Section 1 Suffern, of what it takes to compete at the end.

  • Trouble with a ‘T’ in Rhinebeck Read more >

    Trouble with a ‘T’ in Rhinebeck

    The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck has launched their new year by hosting the Tony Award winning classic musical, “The Music Man.” As a cult classic for years, “The Music Man” serves as a dazzling reverence to the bygone era.

  • A Touch of France at St. George’s

    Newburgh Chamber Music has been giving us the feel of France with their concert series, “A Touch of France.” On Sunday, Jan. 24th, they are bringing back the always-popular folk singers, Jay Unger and Molly Mason. This engaging performance will take place at 3 p.m. at the St. George’s Church in Newburgh. The duo enjoys […]

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