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Good financial news for Newburgh

Moody’s Investor Services (MIS) has upgraded the city of Newburgh’s credit rating to A3 from Baa2. It moves the city from being identified as...

Newburgh offers small-business training

The city of Newburgh is following through with a commitment it previously made to try to help small businesses. For a second year, Newburgh...

Jumping for joy (from an airplane)

Heather Adsit, wife of Mount Saint Mary College president Jason N. Adsit, came up with an unusual way to celebrate the Newburgh college’s annual Go...

Ten-building apartment complex proposed for Newburgh

Ellis Development Group LLC is asking the City of Newburgh for approval to build a 60-unit apartment complex in 10 buildings on a 12.44-acre...

Wellness center planned for Mount Saint Mary College campus

The college expects to serve more than 4,000 residents per year.

BREAKING NEWS: Second international airline to operate between Stewart and Europe

The Icelandic airline PLAY announced this morning that it will soon begin flights between Europe and New York Stewart International Airport, and is already offering low-cost tickets through its website.

Orange County Chamber of Commerce refocuses after pandemic troubles

According to Heather Bell-Meyer, president and CEO of the Orange County Chamber of Commerce, about 80% of Orange County’s business activity is thanks to...

Grocery warehouse closing updated;  244 facing layoffs

In July, the company had told the state that it expected to begin shutting down its Newburgh operations on Oct. 2, but the company recently extended the separation dates for 74 of the affected employees into early 2022.

Curaleaf begins rolling out first whole-flower medical cannabis products in NY

Prior to this month, cannabis was only available to New York patients in ground form.

Why wait? Curaleaf, nation’s largest cannabis company, says get medical card...

“Practically anyone over 35 has chronic pain of some kind, and they may not want to be taking an opioid or Advil every day," says Curaleaf Dispensary Manager Dr. Stacia Woodcock of the increasing ease of qualifying for a medical marijuana card.

ShopRite seeks workforce for new Poughkeepsie supermarket

The 65,000-square-foot supermarket will be part of a complex that will include Starbucks, CVS and Chipotle.

Jobs program takes on gun violence in Westchester, Hudson Valley cities

With gun violence across New York deemed a public health crisis, the state is seeking to replace weapons with a jobs initiative aimed at...

Metro-North’s Hudson Valley ferry service returns Aug. 30

The ferry service will connect with morning and afternoon peak trains.

C&S Wholesale Grocers closing Newburgh warehouse with 304 employees

The company will retain its other Hudson Valley facility in Chester.

Startup Spotlight: Newburgh entrepreneur turns disability into business opportunity

Cooke runs two e-commerce businesses and a typing/transcription service.
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