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  • Denardo faces up to 7 years Read more >

    Denardo faces up to 7 years

    Former Wallkill Fire District board chair Michael Denardo was sentenced in Ulster County Court for stealing nearly $240,000 from the district, State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced. “This was a shameful crime of someone sworn to protect the public,” DiNapoli said. “It is also a warning to fire district officials throughout New York: Always safeguard […]

  • Guns remain a hot topic in Walden Read more >

    Guns remain a hot topic in Walden

    The issue of gun control and common-sense gun safety measures continues to be hotly contested throughout the country in the hothouse atmosphere of a Presidential election year and in the midst of a spate of mass shootings nationwide.

  • ‘We have that momentum now’ Read more >

    ‘We have that momentum now’

    “The Queen City rises again,” she said. Judy Kennedy was sworn into her second term as mayor of the City of Newburgh at an inaugural ceremony held at Newburgh Free Academy North Campus last Wednesday. Kennedy took the oath of office alongside Councilman-elect Torrance Harvey.

  • City approves $81K settlement in Lembhard case Read more >

    City approves $81K settlement in Lembhard case

    The Newburgh City Council has approved a settlement with the estate of Michael Lembhard, fatally shot during a confrontation with city police in 2012. The settlement awards his estate more than $81,000. The council was divided over the decision, voting 4 to 3 in support of the settlement. “My heart bleeds for the whole family,” […]

  • Marlborough judge retires Read more >

    Marlborough judge retires

    Judge Eleanor Gallagher retired at the end of December after serving the Town of Marlborough for 39 years. In 2014 the chamber at Town Hall was named the Honorable Eleanor Gallagher Courtroom.

  • Bushmen rout Cornwall, improve to 8-0

    Pine Bush owned the paint in Cornwall Monday, Jan. 4, and the home team’s Jason Bailey owned the three-point line, but the Bushmen had five score in double figures as they routed the Dragons 74-44.

  • Symphony to present ‘Arabian Nights’ Read more >

    Symphony to present ‘Arabian Nights’

    The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra traditionally offers a “family concert” every January that is aimed at engaging young people by introducing them to the world of classical music. These performances have always been very well received, but music director candidate David Bernard, wanted to elevate the idea of “family concert” to a whole new level.

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