Expert Robert Gilbert will tell the story of this fascinating Newburgh son who founded the Signal Corps and the National Weather Service. The Newburgh Historical Society, 189 Montgomery St.
The Department of Environmental Conservation partners with Newburgh officials and volunteers to plant a tree on Liberty Street in the city as part of the NYS Urban and Community Forestry program. The program is designed to plant trees in urban settings.
Newburgh Community Land Bank is pleased to continue for their second year of Artist-In-Vacancy and announce their 2018 Artists: 2018 ARTISTS Audra Wolowiec Caroline Partamian Ethan Primason Elke Luyten Kira Alker Rachel Ellison Stephen Kwok Sylvia Hardy “NCLB’s Artist in Vacancy is a creative initiative to make use of select properties in our core neighborhood […]
You have to see this kitchen and dining room renovation by Mary of Field and Vintage! She renovated her traditional country kitchen and changed it into a modern chic upgrade. Mary is a designer and home stylist who moved to Newburgh two years ago in a 1940’s Colonial in Balmville. As she says, “It was so darn […]
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The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue. Photo by Steven Rosas. 10 Streets that Changed America [C] Principles for Fostering Streets as Places [PPS] Designing New York: Quality Affordable Housing [NYCD] Newburgh approves $420k contract for paving […]