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Lifelong Town of Newburgh resident, Valoree Lisi, was all smiles and very appreciative Saturday morning after her family joined her for a social distanced, symbolic 3.21 mile walk, honoring National Down Syndrome Day, at Thomas Bull Memorial Park.

Raising Needed Awareness For Down Syndrome

By Jennifer L. Warren MONTGOMERY - Rose Lisi knew she was going to walk on Saturday no matter what the circumstances. She was thinking the obstacles...

NYS DMV to Suspend Services In Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

NEW YORK - In compliance with Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.8 to slow the spread of COVID-19, the New York State Department of Motor...


Salisbury Bank Temporarily Closes All Branch Lobbies

LAKEVILLE, CT - Effective Tuesday, March 17, all Salisbury Bank and Riverside Division locations will offer banking services through drive-up windows, at locations where...
The National Association of Realtors®

Minority Homeownership Rates Continue to Lag

WASHINGTON, DC - The United States homeownership rate has recently seen a rebound to 65.1% in the fourth quarter of 2019 from a low...


Dr Valda Crowder

The ‘Medical Deserts’ Have Emergency Needs

By Dr. Valda Crowder, M.D., MBA A zip code has become a life or death matter. Families that live more than an hour from a...

How to Manage Anxiety Caused by COVID-19

ALBANY - The NYS Office of Mental Health has developed and distributed guidelines to help people manage the anxiety caused by their concerns over...


New York State Attorney General Letitia James. Hudson Valley Press File/CHUCK STEWART, JR.

Are Employers Ignoring NYS Executive Orders?

NEW YORK — Attorney General Letitia James issued the following statement asking any employee who believes that their employer is in violation of labor...
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo

Cuomo Order Temporarily Modifies Election

ALBANY - In an effort to keep New Yorkers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has signed an executive order temporarily...


There is over $675 billion in federal funding tied to this year’s census count and we cannot go through another census like the one in 2010, where over 800,000 Black people were not counted and we missed out in the Census, costing our community over $16 million dollars. Photo: iStockphoto / NNPA

Please Stand Up and Be Counted in the 2020 Census

By Wisdom Cole, National Organizing Manager, NAACP, Youth & College Division As a millennial in 2020, this will be the third time the Census has...

All National Libraries And Museums Are Now Closed

WASHINGTON, DC - As a public health precaution, due to COVID-19, the following changes are effective close of business Friday, March 13: All National Archives...
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