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City of Newburgh Firefighters responded to a stove fire around 8am this morning with people still in the building. Everyone escaped the building and the fire was held to the kitchen area. No injuries were reported. ...

Congratulations to Mike Neugebauer on your retirement. Best of luck in your future. ...

And last but not least … congratulations to Bill Karsten on his retirement after 20 years of service to the City of Newburgh Firefighters, and thank you for everything you have done for the golf tournament in the past. ...

Captain Mark Bethea is the latest to join the retirement line. Congratulations on your retirement. ...

Congratulations to newly promoted Assistant Chiefs Ahlers and Ryan. Good luck in you new positions. ...

Lieutenant Seamn Maher and Assistant Chief Scott Mandoski worked their last tour for the City of Newburgh Fire Department. Thank you for everything and congratulations. ...

After 20 years of service to the City of Newburgh Fire Department, Assistant Chief Steve Giacco worked his final tour last night. Congratulations on your retirement. ...

Members of Group 3′s Engine 3 and Truck 1 were toned out to a car fire in front of Stewarts Shops on Broadway. Upon arrival firefighters were met with a fully involved car fire. No injuries were reported and the driver had fled the scene. ...

Congressman Maloney stopped by the Orange County Training Center to visit the 15 new City of Newburgh Firefighters he fought to get through S.A.F.E.R. Grant (Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response). Firefighters demonstrated forcible entry and search and rescue techniques. Later in the day, Maloney held a press conference and had lunch with the newly hire firefighters. ...

At 0041 HRS (12:41 am) firefighters were alerted to smoke in the building at 151 Dupont Ave. Upon arrival, Car 4 reported heavy fire throughout the first floor. At 0046 HRS, Car 4 transmitted a second alarm calling in off duty firefighters. There were 5 reported injuries, 1 fatal, 1 critical and 3 non life threatening (2 were firefighters). Photo provided by: Terry Ahlers, Kyle Inella. ...