One thing that is for certain is that Newburgh will become a City of Contrasts, as it has once been called before. A city is an ever changing place, and the mix of the modern and classic architecture in Newburgh is a testament to that. It is also essential in the continuation of the growth and positive development of the city as long as it’s roots can be preserved. The year 2011 is going to be an interesting one in Newburgh, with the new campus that can hold 2,400 students, and more completion work being done at the Ritz Theater that will have a seating capacity of 825. Hopefully these projects will breathe more life to the city and spur more economic growth. Like the positive news? Don’t forget to check out the news articles to the right. For more positive Newburgh news check out this link.
Press Release: City of Newburgh, NY. Newburgh celebrates the Arts! Over one hundred artists will participate in the Thirteenth Annual Newburgh Open Studios organized by Gerardo Castro and Michael Gabor, co-owners of Newburgh Art Supply taking place on Saturday and Sunday, September 30th and October 1st, 2023 from Noon – 6pm each day. It is […]
You are cordially invited to the THIRD annual shopping crawl in the City of Newburgh! Spend the day strolling between shops and restaurants all while enjoying the unique experience the city has to offer. Purchase one-of-a-kind gifts while enjoying sales, specials, and a chance to win various raffle prizes! Due to Covid-19 the event took […]
April 30th 2020, This IS Newburgh from Ruedi Hofmann on Vimeo. Sadly, Ruedi Hofmann, Ann Stratton, and their family is leaving Newburgh. They have done some amazing projects while they were here, one of my favorites being Pivotal Newburgh. Their neighbors are going to miss them too. On April 30th they got a text from […]
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Photo by Newburgh photographer TeeJay Melvin. Add your own photos depicting city life to the Newburgh Restoration Flickr pool to be used on the blog, or email me. **Flickr users please do not forget to remove disabling of downloading of pictures otherwise, I can’t use them** Please do not take photos for your own use without consulting the photographer.