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  • Sewer line to get major overhaul Read more >

    Sewer line to get major overhaul

    A major sewer artery is poised to receive a sizeable upgrade in the next two years. Though largely hidden from view, the West Trunkline Sewer system serves 60 to 75 percent of the City of Newburgh and a large portion of the Town of Newburgh.

  • Adventure resort in Highland? Read more >

    Adventure resort in Highland?

    Last week Highland Supervisor Paul Hansut said he recently met with a group of New York City developers, headed by James Sherman, who are looking to purchase a 500+ acre parcel to build a high-end recreational resort that will include a grand lodge and conference center facility with a spa, fitness center and a 200-seat […]

  • Bridgework to close portion of 52 Read more >

    Bridgework to close portion of 52

    “The project requires full closure of Route 52 and traffic will be detoured around the construction site,” states a letter from the New York State Department of Transportation to the Montgomery Town Board.

  • Contractor ejected from New Windsor board meeting Read more >

    Contractor ejected from New Windsor board meeting

    The Town of New Windsor is reissuing a request for proposals to complete the demolition of 10 town-owned buildings at Stewart International Airport. In the process, a long-standing issue related to the public’s ability to speak during town board meetings has again come into sharp relief.

  • Shawangunk creates B & B laws Read more >

    Shawangunk creates B & B laws

    City dwellers from Manhattan and beyond love to spend a weekend in the country at a quaint bed and breakfast, and the Town of Shawangunk is taking steps to get in on that trend with some proposed amendments to its zoning laws. At Thursday’s Town Board meeting, the first introductory local law of the year […]

  • Lady Goldback relay team second in states

    As Newburgh’s girls’ 1,600-meter relay team was moving off the track Saturday during the state indoor track and field championships in Ithaca at Cornell, Bruce Greene, the team’s coach, spoke about what could have been.

  • PB’s Smith sets new school record at state meet

    In Ithaca Saturday during the state indoor track and field championships at Cornell, Pine Bush’s Sarah Smith was waiting for the start of the triple jump after a disappointing finish in the high jump, in which she was 26th with a distance of four-feet, nine inches.

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